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  1. 4th of July Festivities

    4th of July Festivities

    Call: (218) 387-2524

    Grand Marais, Tofte and Grand Portage all have fireworks and celebrations!

  2. Art Along the Lake: Fall Studio Tour

    Art Along the Lake: Fall Studio Tour

    PO Box 1330
    Grand Marais, MN 55604
    Call: (218) 387-2788

    Artist studio tours and gallery activities featuring a variety of unique handcrafted works created in Cook County.

  3. Art Along the Lake: Spring

    Art Along the Lake: Spring

    Call: (218) 387-2524
    Toll Free: (888) 922-5000

    Start in Schroeder and stop at galleries to take in the coolest one-of-a-kind scheduled activities planned at galleries!

  4. Boundary Waters Expo

    Boundary Waters Expo

    Gunflint Trail
    Grand Marais, MN 55604
    Call: 218-388-2292

    The Boundary Waters expo is a family friendly two day event featuring speakers, vendors, activities. Located on East Bearskin Lake 26 miles from Grand Marais

  5. Family Festivals at Lutsen Mountains

    467 Ski Hill Rd
    Lutsen, MN 55612
    Call: (218) 406-1340

    Enjoy a weekend with your Family at Lutsen Mountains. Fireworks, kid-themed performers, skiing, snowboarding, and pizza parties all winter long.

  6. Fisherman's Picnic

    Fisherman's Picnic

    Wisconsin Street
    Grand Marias, MN 55604
    Call: 218-387-2524
    Toll Free: 800-922-5000

    This is way more than just shore lunch! It’s the Annual Fisherman’s Picnic and downtown Grand Marais is filled with visitors, crazy days sales, craft show, daily contests and prizes, live music, kids activities, and so much more!

    Fireworks on Saturday night and Parade on Sunday afternoon!

    In downtown Grand Marais you'll find music in Harbor Park, food trucks, craft sales, blacksmithing demonstrations, log rolling competition, loon calling contest, cutest puppy contest, bingo, rock skipping contest, a fish toss and more! There is also a Fisherman's Picnic Trail Run 5k Saturday morning.

  7. Le Grand du Nord Gravel Cycling Classic

    Le Grand du Nord Gravel Cycling Classic

    Call: 218-387-2524
    Toll Free: 800-922-5000

    Le Grand represents one of the most amazing gravel courses in the United States. Beginning in Grand Marais, Minnesota’s spectacular harbor, all three events follow the shores of Lake Superior before climbing to their final destinations. With more than 6000 ft of climbing and a checkpoint view overlooking the Pigeon River and Canada, the 120 mile course is the punchiest route of the three Heck Production events. The 66 mile course has plenty of climbing and miles of forested roads. The 20 mile route is a Le Grand-worthy introduction to gravel cycling with its mix of paved and gravel roads, climbing and great Lake Superior views.

    But I want Le Grand du Nord to be more than just amazing gravel riding. So we will have Voyageur Brewing Company host and provide their exceptional craft beer on Friday and Saturday. After the ride on Saturday, join us for live music at Voyageur Brewing. And this amazing small town will be a great place to bring the family. Don’t forget, Grand Marais will have artwork, shopping and site seeing throughout the weekend. It’s one of the prettiest spots on earth…and will play host to a great weekend of gravel cycling.

    The 120 mile course will have checkpoints at mile 58 and 87. The 66 miler will have one at mile 47. All events will run on the Heck/Le Grand principles of cue card navigation, self-supported riding ethics and physically challenging courses. All will be exceptionally beautiful. The aspens will be in full lime-green splendor, the insects at a minimum (usually!) and woods waking up to a new Spring.

    Registration begins January 15:

  8. Lutsen 99er

    Lutsen 99er

    445 Ski Hill Road
    Lutsen, MN 55612
    Call: (952) 229-7330

    The race starts and finishes at Lutsen Mountains and winds from the coast of Lake Superior through the peaks of the Sawtooth Mountains with 19 mile, 39 mile, 69 mile and the ultimate 99 mile course options.

    If you think you have what it takes to ride in the race, registration detail or cheer them on, moral support is welcome and spectator information can be found on the Lutsen 99er website:

    There are events planned for the entire weekend, including a Friday night BBQ and post-race party Saturday night with live music in the courtyard.

  9. Midwest Extreme Snowmobiling Event

    Midwest Extreme Snowmobiling Event

    445 Ski Hill Road
    Lutsen, MN 55612
    Call: 218-663-7281

    Hosted by Cor Powersports. The event includes hillclimb, hillcross, and short course cross country racing on and around the Lutsen Mountains Ski Resort. The race is open to anyone that wants to enter on a first come, first serve basis, with spectator access as well.

    Register here:
    Buy tickets here:

  10. Moose Madness

    Moose Madness

    116 West Highway 61
    Grand Marais, MN 55604
    Call: (218) 387-2524
    Toll Free: (888) 922-5000

    The Moose is Loose in Grand Marais the 3rd weekend in October! Our favorite species specimen, "alces alces", Murray-the-Moose, will be around town for the much sought-after photo opportunity, and moose-related activities are planned for everyone! Minneapolis based kid band The Bazillions will be playing at Moose Headquarters at Grandma Rays on Saturday from 11:30-3:30pm.

  11. Mountain Meltdown at Lutsen Mountains

    467 Ski Hill Rd
    Lutsen, MN 55612
    Call: (218) 406-1340

    Soft Snow & Sunny Skies - Ya Gotta Love Spring Skiing. This is our final weekend on all four mountains - time to celebrate. Get lift & lodging for half price and join in our annual Mountain Meltdown bash with 10 bands, live outdoor stage (weather permitting), beer garden and BBQ.

  12. North Shore Water Festival

    North Shore Water Festival

    Call: (218) 387-2524
    Toll Free: (888) 922-5000

    It’s one of our favorite weekends of the summer! A chance for us to show off our paddling gear in the place that it shows off best: The Grand Marais Harbor. Want to test the newest kayaks, canoes and paddle boards? Interested in checking out the latest outdoor gear? Want to look stylish while you’re paddling in the water or hiking in the woods? Trying to figure out how to transport your gear around? Want to take a paddle board yoga class? This is the festival for you!

  13. Oh Ole Night Parade & Fireworks

    Oh Ole Night Parade & Fireworks

    PO Box 1330
    Grand Marais, MN 55604
    Call: (218) 387-2524
    Toll Free: (888) 922-5000

    It's a festive scandinavian time of year - head to downtown Grand Marais for the Community Christmas Parade. We are continuing our theme of “Oh Ole Night” celebrating our Scandinavian heritage. That’s Ole as in Sven & Ole’s!
    The parade will start at 4:00 p.m. on Wisconsin St. and will make two loops of the route, on the second loop we’ll end up at Harbor Park for the Tree Lighting and Caroling!
    Line up in the Senior Center parking lot on Broadway starts at 3:30 pm if you want to be in the parade: walkers, jugglers, winter bikes, four legged furry animals, decorated vehicles and trailers ALL are welcome and encouraged!
    After the tree is lit and carols are sung there will be fireworks!

  14. Radio Waves Music Festival

    Radio Waves Music Festival

    Grand Marais Recreation Area
    Grand Marais, MN 55604
    Call: (218) 387-1070

    Radio Waves Music Festival is hosted by North Shore Community Radio WTIP each year during the second weekend of September. The festival takes place outside at Sweetheart's Bluff in the Grand Marais Recreation Area.

    Featuring 26 musical acts, with special guests The Carpenter Ants, all the way from Charleston, West Virginia.
    On-site camping and food vendors. Kid's activities. Pet friendly. It’s held rain or shine - with two stages and a dance floor housed under a large tent.

  15. Superior Trail Races

    Superior Trail Races

    Call: (218) 387-2524

    The Superior Trail Races: Spring and Fall are held on the Superior Hiking Trail in Northeastern Minnesota. The Spring event includes two distances: 25KM and 50KM. The Fall event includes three distances: 26.2 miles, 50 miles and 100 miles.

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