Traverse City, Michigan – Travel and Lodging

Traverse City Film Festival – July 30 – August 4, 2019

The 2019 Traverse City Film Festival will be held July 30 – August 4, 2019.

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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The film hunt for 2020 has already begun. See the best of what we find July 28 to August 2, 2020. #tiff19 #tcff20 ... See MoreSee Less

The film hunt for 2020 has already begun. See the best of what we find July 28 to August 2, 2020. #tiff19 #tcff20

 

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This years selection was wonderful! Fun,uplifting and informative! Can't wait till next year! ❤️TCFF

Have fun hunting for great films! You hit it out of the park this year!!

TIFF was wonderful when I went a few years back !!

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Traverse City Film Festival – Photos From Instagram

Here are the latest photos of the Traverse City Film Festival via instagram. If you have an instagram photo to share of your visit to the Traverse City Film Festival, choose “Traverse City Film Festival” as your location and your photos will appear in the photo stream below.

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The Bootstrap Boys – Summer Sounds Concert – Michigan Legacy Art Park – August 3, 2019

The Bootstrap Boys - Summer Sounds Concert
The Bootstrap Boys are a four-piece Grand Rapids band with a fresh take on the classic country sound. Well-crafted lyrics, twangy guitar riffs, and steady rhythms keep your boots tappin’ and heart happy.

Summer Sounds Concert Series

Bring family and friends for a wonderful night of entertainment at an Art Park concert this summer. For over twenty years, concert-goers have enjoyed the fresh air, relaxed atmosphere and great music of Summer Sounds, a perfect way to spend a midsummer evening.

Concerts are held from 7-9pm.

General Admission: $10
Kids 12-and-under: Free

2019 Schedule

Friday, July 5: Nina & The Buffalo Riders

Friday, July 12: Last Gasp Collective

Friday, July 19: The Go Rounds + Charlie Millard Band

Friday, July 26: Channing & Quinn

Saturday, August 3: The Bootstrap Boys

Saturday, August 10: The Ragbirds

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Michigan Legacy Art Park via Facebook

We join so many other Michiganders in mourning the passing of Bill Milliken, our former governor and the 2011 recipient of our Legacy Award for his countless contributions to the state: bit.ly/35ONElk ... See MoreSee Less

We join so many other Michiganders in mourning the passing of Bill Milliken, our former governor and the 2011 recipient of our Legacy Award for his countless contributions to the state: http://bit.ly/35ONElk

 

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Thank you Renee for sharing your experiences with Governor Milliken in the Art Park during the dedication of Fallen Comrade. Cindy and I have shared your memories with many Art Park visitors over the years.

On this #IndigenousPeoplesDay we give thanks to the tribes of the Anishinaabe -- whose original lands our beautiful Art Park sits on, and whose traditions we learn from and hope to honor. ... See MoreSee Less

On this #IndigenousPeoplesDay we give thanks to the tribes of the Anishinaabe -- whose original lands our beautiful Art Park sits on, and whose traditions we learn from and hope to honor.

Art Park fans are pretty smart folks, so for those of you coming out Sunday for the Fall Color Tour with Caitlin Chism, here's a preview of her guide to the inspiring canopy of trees you'll see: bit.ly/MLAPTREES ... See MoreSee Less

Art Park fans are pretty smart folks, so for those of you coming out Sunday for the Fall Color Tour with Caitlin Chism, heres a preview of her guide to the inspiring canopy of trees youll see: http://bit.ly/MLAPTREES

Michigan artist William Allen talks about his sculpture "Frog," part of the permanent sculpture collection at Michigan Legacy Art Park.

There are few places on earth with more area where land and water meet than Michigan. Here the bogs and marshes, ponds, lakes, streams and rivers provide a crucible for life.
Bill Allen turned to these precious places when creating his work for the MLAP collection. “I have chosen to sculpt a frog because I believe they represent some of northern Michigan’s most unique and special gifts. They are the harbingers of spring,” with each species adding to the chorus.

Frogs are sensitive creatures. They can warn us well in advance of potential danger to our environment so we can act to preserve this special place. “Finally,” says Allen, “I believe that frogs embody the spirit of transformation and survival we in northern Michigan possess, with their unique progression from tadpole to full-grown frog."

Frog is made of galvanized steel and coated with copper. The copper coating has been painted by Allen with the rich colors of a Michigan frog.

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