Page 52 - Visitors Guide 18
P. 52

Having fun in Glen Arbor
(Continued from Page 51)
that attracts buyers and lookers for the juried show. Yoga and mahh-jong classes are offered, and spirited basketball games occupy some evenings.
And the weekly farmers’ market is held in the Township Hall parking lot, providing a friendly place to meet local folks and get a taste of fresh Leelanau produce. Markets are scheduled on Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from June 8 through Sept. 14.
Glen Arbor is certainly a community on
the move, with plans to expand and update its township park off M-22. And the Glen Arbor Arts Center (GAAC) just completed a major expansion and renovation project in
its building off Lake Street south of Western Avenue. The GAAC serves as the focal point for a community that has always treasured its creative side.
The epitome of Glen Arbor summers, however, just may be in hosting one of the biggest 4th of July parades in the north. Crowds of spectators line both sides of the street in
an event that’s been described as “anything goes.” If you’ve been in town very long, you’ll likely recognize a few parade participants as they march, ride or drive through downtown.
Whether recreating, creating or just plain having fun, you’ll  nd Glen Arbor inspirational.
The Running Bear 5K run and walk and half-time kids run offers a novel approach to local fundraising, waking up a regional theme and turning it into six $2,000 scholarships for local students. The Glen Arbor Women’s Club has scheduled the race for July 24.
A Naturalist’s Gallery
Curated collection of Antiquarian natural history prints, Japanese woodblocks and interesting objects from around the world.
Local Beers & Wines
eakfast, Lunch, & Dinner
M-109, Glen Arbor 334-3555
Relax, you're on vacation. Come shop with us.
Open Daily – Glen Arbor 231-334-7377
Leelanau Visitors Guide 2018

   50   51   52   53   54