Harrisville, Michigan -
Harmony Week Festival - Chamber of Commerce
The Harrisville, Michigan area has something for everyone; shops, art, antiques and the harbor, one of the most beautiful in the state. Sturgeon Point Lighthouse, now a museum, has been in continuous service for 128 years.
Wine and Food Festival is the 3rd Saturday in July - Noon to 6 PM at Harrisville Harbor: Northeast Michigan's largest wine and food festival. Featuring Michigan wines and culinary delights from area chefs.
September - Harmony Weekend Art and Craft Fair on Labor Day Weekend - 2nd largest in the state.
Harrisville, Michigan's Christmas in the Village features a daylong shopping experience complete with in-store specials at participating businesses, bazaars, and a visit from Santa, horse-drawn hayrides, cookie walk and other events.
The annual Christmas in the Village Bazaar is held at Maria Hall (adjacent to St. Anne Catholic Church on US-23) from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This holiday arts and crafts bazaar has over 40 exhibits of handcrafted, quality items including food and candies. Coffee, donuts, lunch and a raffle is featured throughout the day. Enjoy your visit to Harrisville, Michigan.
Harbortown Market Place in the heart of downtown Harrisville has been the launching pad for any number of successful new entrepreneurial business start ups. It still offers excellent facilities to start your new business. Full details are available from the Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber office is inside the Harbortown Market Place. Details PDF
We think of camping and roasted marshmallows when we think of State Parks in Michigan. Most state parks in Michigan are convenient places to take a camper. Like the Harrisville State Park, they provide facilities and showers and beautiful camp sites in the trees. There are a few that are more rustic and one, Negewegon State Park, is one of the only wild and unimproved parks left.