Traverse City, Michigan – Travel and Lodging

Chateau Chantal – 7-Course Wine Pairing Dinner – Wed. & Sat. Starting in June


A delicious 7-course wine pairing dinner prepared fresh daily by our talented in-house chef Reuban Rosales.

Chef Reuben was trained at Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute in Las Vegas. Working with celebrity Chef Louis Osteen and the Viceroy Luxury Hotels in Aspen, Beverly Hills, and Santa Monica, Chef Reuben honed his high end cooking talent. Eventually his love for family and Michigan brought him home to focus on sustainability and locally grown products.

June, July & August: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday Evenings

Sept & October: Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Evenings

6:00pm – Winery Tour
6:30pm Dinner Seating

$79 all inclusive total price – food, wine, tax and tip. Your item will add tax and tip at check-out.

If you have any food allergies or wish to have the gluten free or vegetarian options, please notate in the comment section at the end of this order.

Menu will be posted when available, but will include these courses: Amuse Bouche, Appetizer, Soup, Fish, Wine Sorbetto, Main, Salad, Dessert
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Chateau Chantal – Photos From Instagram

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Chateau Chantal Food & Wine Sensory Tour – 2016


This new Sensory Tour touches all five of your senses and will prove to enlighten your palate, your spirit, and your mind. You will enjoy learning how your environment can make your love and passion for Chateau Chantal wine even better!

In addition to your sit-down tasting focusing on how wine interacts with your senses, your specialized tour guide will lead you through our vineyard, cellar, and winemaking process. Once in the cellar, you’ll enjoy 5 small-bite food and wine pairings designed to treat your taste buds.

Starting this June, the tour will run daily at 12:30pm. Visit our tasting room before or after your tour for a lunch pairing, the Sensory Treat Tour is a compliment to a meal, not a meal in itself. Only 24 spots per tour so book yours before it is too late! Tickets are $29 per person. Call 1-800-969-4009 to book, or reserve online.

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Traverse City Film Festival – July 26 – 31, 2016

The 2016 Traverse City Film Festival will be held July 26 – 31, 2016.

The Traverse City Film Festival was founded by Oscar winning filmmaker Michael Moore as a charitable, educational, nonprofit organization committed to showing “Just Great Movies” and helping to save one of America’s few indigenous art forms — the cinema.

The festival brings films and filmmakers from around the world to northern Michigan for the annual film festival in late July to early August, and also owns and operates a year-round, community-based, mission-driven art house movie theater, the State Theatre.
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Traverse City Film Festival On Facebook

Below are the latest postings from the Traverse City Film Festival Page On Facebook.

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Traverse City Film Festival added 7 new photos to the album: Opening Night Party — with Laura Thenikl and 2 others at Traverse City Film Festival.

Photos from the 2016 Traverse City Film Festival Opening Night Party by Shane Wyatt
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Photos from the 2016 Traverse City Film Festival Opening Night Party by Shane Wyatt

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Viki EdgellLooks like tons o fun!! Wish I could be there! 😢

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Traverse City Film Festival was live.

We're Live from the Michigan State University Woz at Hotel Indigo Traverse City a showcase of transmedia projects that go beyond traditional screens, to the place where film and technology intersect, and you are part of the story!
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Kathy SandersCongratulations to MSU students for doing a great job!

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Richard A. CoatesAwesome

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Cara Warne MilliganVery nice, MSU!

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John MatthewsNice

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Kari Burkexcellent! ...bringing attention & awareness to the possibilities of film work and building community & culture

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Joel MuellerLove that TCFF is doing live Facebook streaming about events as they happen. This one is cool!

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TCFF Daily for Wednesday, July 27 2016
Our first TCFF Daily of 2016 features longtime festival volunteer Alan Collard and the story behind the new TCFF Walk of Fame and tips from TCFF intern Kendall Kotcher on getting tickets to movies including the new Traverse City Film Festival Ticket Swap Group and the mechanics of ticket vouchers and the standby line. There's even an appearance by Michigan State University mascot Sparty!! Speaking of Sparty, be sure to tune in today at 6 PM when TCFF goes LIVE on Facebook from the free party at the Woz - a VR playground that's a partnership between MSU & TCFF.

Ticket Swap: www.facebook.com/groups/tcffticketswap/
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Caroline Schaefer-HillsGreat work on the Daily!

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Traverse City Film Festival at Traverse City Film Festival.

Join us LIVE on Facebook Wednesday evening at 6 PM as we go Live on Facebook from the Woz opening party. The Woz is our free interactive new media venue, a unique partnership between the Traverse City Film Festival and Michigan State University that offers attendees a chance to experience the future of storytelling up close and personal at Hotel Indigo Traverse City.

This year we are using the HTC Vive to deliver a wide range of immersive experiences - tune in as the folks making it all happen give you a tour of our VR playground and stop by noon – 9 pm Wednesday-Saturday and noon – 5 pm on Sunday.
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Join us LIVE on Facebook Wednesday evening at 6 PM as we go Live on Facebook from the Woz opening party. The Woz is our free interactive new media venue, a unique partnership between the Traverse City Film Festival and Michigan State University that offers attendees a chance to experience the future of storytelling up close and personal at Hotel Indigo Traverse City. 

This year we are using the HTC Vive to deliver a wide range of immersive experiences - tune in as the folks making it all happen give you a tour of our VR playground and stop by noon – 9 pm  Wednesday-Saturday and noon – 5 pm on Sunday.

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Traverse City Film Festival – Photos From Instagram

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Levi Britton – The Homestead – Music on the Mountain – August 4, 2016


Levi Britton is an indie/folk/rock artist who hails from Traverse City, MI. Growing up around music sparked his drive to make it his profession. At age 20 Levi moved to Chicago, playing down in the subways, Potbelly restaurants, and any gig he could find. Eventually Britton co-founded his band, Down the Line that went on to release 5 albums, and toured the country for ten years with artists such as The Gin Blossoms, Pat Benatar, Peter Frampton, America, Keith Anderson, Lighthouse, and others.

In 2011, Levi and DTL band mate Dan Myers formed Stolen Silver, releasing two albums—most recently in June 2014. Stolen Silver has recently been touring with actor Gary Sinise and The Lieutenant Dan Band, playing stadiums and military bases in support of U.S. troops and their families.

In addition to playing with Stolen Silver, 2014 launched Levi’s solo career at a whole new level. After years of fans clamoring for a solo project, Levi hit the studio to record all new, original music. His first solo record, “Inside” is set to be released in mid-2015.

Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Thursday, August 4th, 2015 on Bay Mountain
Concert: 7pm to 9pm
Transportation and Happy Hour (cash bar): 6pm to 7pm

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Suttons Bay Art Festival – August 6 – 7 , 2016

Suttons Bay Art Festival

This annual art fair takes place at the beautiful Suttons Bay Marina Park on the first weekend of August (August 6-7, 2016, Sat. 10am – 6pm, Sun. 10am – 5pm). One hundred artists along with community groups, food vendors and a children’s area make this the perfect place to spend an art-filled weekend at the beach. Join us on Sunday morning for a pancake breakfast in the park (free to exhibiting artists).

A committee of volunteers oversees the selection of visiting artists and the distribution of funds generated by the event. Thousands of dollars have been contributed to local arts-related education projects. These include music and dance performances, artist in residence programs and scholarships for local art students.

Come to Suttons Bay in August, participate – as an artist, as a shopper or as a volunteer. Join in the fun!

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Suttons Bay Art Festival On Facebook

Below are the latest postings from the Suttons Bay Art Festival Page On Facebook.

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Sunday morning breakfast on the bay. Come join us on the beach for great music and entertainment by Michigan born veteran Drew Nelson. Sunday August 7th, 9-11:00
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From The Album Dusty Road to Beulah Land 2009

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Crystal Mountain – Farm-to-Table Dining Series – August 19 – 20, 2016

Our Farm-to-Table dining series brings the fresh flavors of northern Michigan to the Thistle Pub & Grille the third weekend of each month, May through September.

Our chefs work with local farms, making personal visits to many of them, to build a custom three-course menu.

Our Farm-to-Table series is a clear example of Crystal Mountain’s commitment to the sustainability of the local food movement and the role that our restaurants play in it.

When: August 19-20, 2016, 5pm-close
Where: Thistle Pub & Grille
Cost: Starting at $32 per person

Stay tuned for the menu!

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