Events & Entertainment
Northern Michigan hosts an array of events and activities throughout every season. For a full list of area events, please visit the Petoskey Area Visitors Bureau calendar. We’re sure you’ll find something wonderful.
Petoskey’s 2018 Restaurant Week starts October 19 and continues to October 26, Friday to Friday!
Enjoy your favorite restaurants and discover new ones at an affordable price. The best restaurants of Petoskey and Bay Harbor have joined forces for this special culinary event!
Here’s how it works:
Three course menus for $25 for dinner and $15 for lunch with some establishments offering two for one pricing.
More information and participating restaurants visit: www.petoskeyrestaurantweek.com .
Visit us at the Noggin Room Pub!
Lead by Chris Struble of Arlington Jewelers, this evening promotes Downtown’s ghostly history by dining in haunted establishments such as City Park Grill and Stafford’s Perry Hotel. Chat with special guest, Bumps in the Night Paranormal group and enjoy good eats!
Tickets are required for the dinner and must be purchased in advance. Tickets are $45 per person and are available for purchase online at www.petoskeydowntown.com
Parade through downtown Petoskey for trick-or-treating through the shops, 10 am to noon. The parade line-up begins at Central Elementary School, 9:45 am. Locations with a teal pumpkin will be offering a non-food item for children with allergies.
Head over the to Noggin Room Pub for our lunch buffet, $2.99 per child with a paid adult.
There will be Halloween activities in Pennsylvania Park and a Jack-o-Lantern walk thru the park at dusk! The public is asked to bring their already carved pumpkins to the park this afternoon to be entered into the Halloween JACKpot! We will be lining the park with as many Jack-o-Lanterns as we can!
The fifth annual (unofficial) start to the holiday shopping season! This event is inspired by the tradition of hunting camp, which evokes camaraderie, good food, and tall tales. Ladies shop and hunt for deals throughout town while also creating their personal “Wish-Lists” to give to their partner to make their holiday shopping a little easier. After a night of shopping, the women gather at the Perry Hotel for a prize drawing off the Buck Pole!