The historic village of Grand Marais, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior at the eastern gateway to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Our warm summers, beautiful autumns, and snowy winters make Grand Marais a year-round recreation destination.
Calling all cooks! The Grand Marais Historical Society is collecting recipes for a new cookbook. This is a follow-up to their successful Around Our Table cookbook, and for this edition, recipes can be submitted online. If you live in, visit, or have ties to Grand Marais, or just love our town, please send in your favorite recipes! Directions for online submissions can be found here. This is a PDF file that you can download and print. Recipes must be submitted by September 6, 2014. If you prefer to mail your recipes, instructions can be found on the direction sheet.
The annual Grand Marais Triathlon, Junior Triathlon, and 5K Race will be held August 30-31, 2014. This is a series of fun events in the most beautiful setting for a triathlon anywhere! (Okay, welre a little biased, but it's true!) Information and a link to a registration form can be found on the Triathlon Page.
Advance tickets for the Annual Music and Arts Festival, August 8-10, is now closed. You can still purchase your tickets at the gate! Visit the Festival Information Page.
Courtesy of Endless Horizons
If you haven't subscribed to the new Grand Marais Pilot and Pictured Rocks Review, you're missing a wonderful newspaper! Not only is the staff of the Pilot keeping everyone informed on local events, you will also find historical articles and photos that give you a glimpse into Grand Marais of the past. You can subscribe online and a first-class subscription is only $35 per year. Here's your chance to have Grand Marais at your fingertips, even if you can't be here all the time. Don't miss it!