Art, History and Literature in Charlevoix, Michigan

Our Holiday Fest began at the Circle of Arts on December 5th, where on display was the Circle Market full of hand crafted gifts for holiday shoppers. On hand were artisan demonstrations showing various techniques, so patrons could see craftsmanship at work. Music was performed by the Dorothy Gerber Strings Program quartet comprised of the Gerber teaching staff.

The Charlevoix Historical Society had refreshments, exhibits, and a holiday sale of merchandise featuring Irene Harsha-Young maps of Little Traverse, Grand Traverse and Mackinac Island and copies of their newest book, Charlevoix the Beautiful: City on Three Lakes will also be available.

The evening ended at the library with hot chocolate and the Jazz @ the library Holiday Concert at 7 pm. The Photography Exhibit with Art by LuAnn Griffin was on display. Horse-drawn wagon rides were available throughout the evening transporting people from venue to venue.

Charlevoix Cultural Corridor

Gail DeMeyere / Circle of Arts, Linda Adams / Charlevoix Public Library and Denise Fate / Charlevoix Historical Museum

Charlevoix Cultural Corridor

One City.

Three world-class institutions.

Charlevoix's premier arts and educational district is comprised of three marvelous cultural venues, all conveniently located in the heart of the downtown district. At the Charlevoix Circle of Arts you are invited to check out the local arts scene, take a class, experience a gallery talk or see a performance. After that, the Charlevoix Historical Society welcomes you for a tour or information on the world famous mushroom houses and to explore the museum. Next up, plan a visit to the Charlevoix Public Library which offers a great selection of books and art, as well as programs and activities for the whole family.