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U.S. Food Festival Section: Listed by State & Month
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2018 MICHIGAN - OCTOBER 2018
October 14, 2017 PumpkinFest
The Pumpkins Will Roll in Montague This famous Pumpkin Roll down the Dowling Hill will include many pumpkins events....largest pumpkin, pumpkin painting, seed spitting, pumpkin carving, pumpkin toss & pumpkin bowling. This popular event attracts hundreds of pumpkin rollers from all over Michigan, and even a few from surrounding states and beyond, ranging in all ages.
October 14, 2017 7th Annual Weko Beach Brewers Festival
Enjoy award-winning Michigan craft beers that are as spectacular as its harvest sunsets. Live music will enhance the scene as you raise your beer mug and 'toast the coast' under a Big-Top Tent overlooking beautiful Weko Beach in Bridgman. The Weko Beach Brewers Festival is a showcase event to sample (tastes or half glass) over 30 wonderful locally produced craft beers from Southwest Michigan. Wrap this into a day filled with sun and sand, tasty cuisine from local restaurants, live music, a dazzling sunset and you have one fantastic fall festival!
October 14-15, 2017 24th Annual Appleumpkin Festival
The Appleumpkin Festival showcases the best of autumn in Southeastern Michigan. Tecumseh's historic downtown provides the perfect backdrop for a fun filled weekend. Build your own scarecrow, arts and crafts, carnival, entertainment and more.
October 14-15, 2017 Apple Butter Festival - Lansing, Michigan
Help us stir our century old copper kettle full of bubbling hot apple butter. Watch crafts demonstrations such as quilting, pottery, lace making, wool spinning, and homemade herbal soaps and lotions. Activities for children include candle dipping and cider pressing.
October 14-15 & 21-22, 2017 Punkin' Chunkin'
Wellington Farm, USA is a 60-acre open-air interpretive museum designed to provide an educational opportunity for visitors to experience life as it was in rural mid-America during The Great Depression. Through a series of displays, a wide variety of exhibits, and beautiful natural settings, the park provides a variety of educational, recreational, and cultural opportunities for visitors to Northern Michigan.
October 17-18, 2017 Michigan Restaurant Show
World class educational seminars and hundreds of exhibitors.
October 27, 2017 Noto's Fall Charity Wine Fest
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Helps benefit the Grand Rapids ACF, Lori's Voice and other nonprofits. Over 300 international wines, Noto's gourmet cuisine, silent auctions with wine and culinary packages. Live music. General tickets $60/$65 day of event, VIP tickets $100/$110 day of event. VIP opens at 6 pm, general admission at 7 pm. Ends 10 pm.
October 5, 2014 Great Lakes Regional Chili Cookoff
We regret to inform you that the Great Lakes Chili Cook-off has been cancelled for 2015. The board of directors has made this decision based on lack of financial support and unexpected personal reasons. The board is making plans to retool the event, so that it can be successful in the future.
October 2, 2010 4th Annual A-Maizing Corn Harvest
Family, friendly, fun & educational, all on the banks of the Kalamazoo River.
October 29, 2010 Food, Wine and All That Jazz
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Join WGVU and D&W Fresh Market for more than 300 domestic wine and beer selections from throughout North America. In addition, tempt your tastes with over 25 tables of select gourmet foods and live jazz.
October 3, 2009 Porkapalooza Invitational Cookout & Music Festival
A day-long celebration of hog-proportion takes over the 14-acre Red Horse Ranch in Fennville. The Porkapalooza Invitational Cookout & Music Festival is a farm party and harvest celebration, showcasing the bounty of the Great Lakes’ in terms of food, drink, music, art and land.
October 25, 2009 Michigan Sustainable Stoup Competition
Grand Ledge, Michigan
Michigan restaurants & individuals will compete to see who creates the best stew or soup in Michigan with a focus on local, sustainably raised foods. Come and taste the variety of "stoups" competing and vote for your favorite in the people's choice category. Sample some of Michigan's finest wines, hard ciders and beers.
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