Here’s a few Michigan festivals & events for the month of November. As usual, there’s no way to get them all, so please add links and information about the one’s we’ve missed (or reviews of ones we have here) in the comments below.
October 26 – November 18
C.S.Lewis Festival – Petoskey
A four weekend festival celebrating the life and work of C. S. Lewis through collaborations by the arts, education, and faith communities.
Michigan vs. Michigan State Football Game
The annual game between Michigan’s 2 largest universities doesn’t gather the press (or enmity) of Michigan-Ohio State, but it’s still a big game!
Michigan Festival of Sacred Music – Kalamazoo
The Michigan Festival of Sacred Music offers events which represent diverse religious traditions, promoting mutual respect and understanding through sharing the music treasured by these traditions.
November 10 & 11 and November 17 & 18
Toast the Season Wine Tour – Leelanau Peninsula
Annual wine trail tour features a special wine pour and holiday themed gourmet food at each winery along with a holiday gift basket & ornament.
Kalamazoo Russian Festival
Celebrate the partnership between Kalamazoo, Michigan and Pushkin, Russia at this years Kalamazoo Russian Festival; a unique Russian cultural event in the Midwest.
Keweenaw Art Affair – Houghton
A juried fine art & craft sale featuring over 40 of the Cooper Country’s finest artists at the Houghton High School Gym.
November 15-30 2007:
Deer Hunting (Regular Firearm Season)
If you think this isn’t a major event, then you probably live south of Clare.
Silver Bells in the City – Lansing
The entire evening is filled with fun, a parade, free family entertainment, including admission to downtown cultural institutions, horse-drawn wagon rides on Washington Square, ice sculptures and performances by nearly 50 local arts organizations.
Dutch WinterFest – Holland
The city comes alive with dozens of events reminiscent of the joyful holidays of yesteryear. Events include a HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE, PARADE OF LIGHTS, SINTERKLAAS EVE, ICE SCULPTINGâ€¦
November 19 – December 31
Battle Creek International Festival of Lights
The six-week holiday lighting extravaganza in greater Battle Creek, Michigan, features over one million sparkling lights, special events, lighting displays, and entertainment.
Detroit’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
Celebrate the 81st anniversary of the America’s Thanksgiving Parade in Detroit, one of the largest and most spectacular parades in the nation!
Village of Holly Dickens Festival – Holly
Charles Dickens’ Merry Old England comes alive in the atmosphere of turn of the century buildings, welcoming shopkeepers, and skilled craftspeople.