Region 14 -Marquette Area

Region 14 -Marquette Area

Michigan Life's Region 14 Marquette Area including Baraga County, Dicksnson County, Iron County, and Marquette County Michigan.

Annual U.P. Fall Beer Festival - at Mattson Lower Harbor Park, Marquette.

The City of Marquette and the Marquette Downtown Development Authority will host a large-scale community outdoor performance of giant puppetry, percussion and theatrical dance.

THOMAS ROCK VIEW

Directions: From the intersection of Presque Isle Avenue and Hawley Street (CR 550), go approximately 23.5 miles to CR 510 (about 2.5 miles before Big Bay), turn left (south) onto CR 510, go approximately 1 mile on CR510 for parking on the right.

The West Tour is another scenic fall tour as travelers drive south from Marquette on US-41 and turn in at the entrance of the Nordic Bay. Stay to your left on the Cliff Tower Road and follow the signs up Mount Marquette for a panoramic look of Marquette.

Labor Day Weekend

The annual Marquette Area Blues Fest will be held over Labor Day weekend at the beautiful Mattson Lower Harbor Park in Marquette. The fest features three days of world class blues music, along with workshops, a dance floor, vendors, and a wide array of food and beverage choices!!

The annual Blueberry Festival, is set for Friday, July 27, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. in Downtown Marquette. Washington and Front streets will be bustling with sidewalk sales, food vendors, artists, demonstrations, pony rides, inflatable arcade games, and activities for children and families.

Open for Tastings Sun-Friday 12pm to 8pm; Sat 3-7pm “Currently only Wine will be for sale, beer is a future project”
Marquette County's only Winery, all wines made locally

Che Bello is a trendy locally owned men & women’s clothing and accessory boutique located in beautiful downtown Marquette, Michigan.

Through new forms of business-to-business collaboration, the Green Business Zone delivers programs and resources that helps businesses reduce energy and resource costs, uncover new business opportunities and address everyday operational challenges in a green and cost-effective manner.

“The PASTY OVEN is a dream come true.” It started with Gene’s Mother’s recipe; which was used to open a pasty shop in Quinnesec, MI, near Iron Mountain. The Pasty Oven pastys’ popularity grew rapidly. The decision was made to build a USDA plant, so our pastys (trademark spelling) could be distributed throughout the world.

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