Our town has several businesses that offer products that are unique to the area.
We will be using this page to highlight any upcoming activities that might relate to these businesses. Keep coming back to see specials, highlighted artists, and exhibits.
Something that the Downtown Development Committee would like to encourage is volunteers. They need help around town for things like the 'bicycle planters'- plant, water-etc. Would you like to head a committee? How about offer ideas?
Crock & Rocker
Closed until spring!
Talk about stylish! Here is the place to get things that you will love to wear and does NOT look like something everyone else wears! Stop in to see what new things they have. Certainly worth your time!
New products - you will need to stop in often!
CLOSED FOR THE SEASON (AND LOOKING FOR NEW OUTFITS YOU WILL LOVE!) Call 906-323-6214 for more information
Don't forget to like them on Facebook!
Maple Ridge Resort
If you are looking for a 'Welcoming, Relaxing Experience', look no further. Bob and Nicole Haskett, owners, are eager to help you achieve that. Situated directly on Lake Michigamme, they have access to the lake and are surrounded by beautiful scenery.
View from their dock.
Michigamme Moonshine Fine Art Gallery Open
Need something unique for a wedding gift? How about that hard to please birthday gift? The Moonshine Fine Arts Gallery has pieces of art that tempt your spirit as well as your eyes.
Gallery hours... Mon-Sun 10am til 5pm. Tues by appt 906-323-6546
If you haven't visited the Gallery, you should check it out. Besides the beautiful artwork, you will find so many tempting gifts...for yourself or others. Stop in and check it out. Michigamme Moonshine Art Gallery on Main Street
Moose Drop Inn Current Hours Closed for the Season
Check the 'recommendations' page for location, times and menu.
Michigamme Historical Museum Only open by appt only until next year.
Michigamme’s Steamer Comes Home April 24, 6:30 pm. Marquette History Museum In 1900 the community of Michigamme bought a horse drawn steam fire engine. By 1962 it was obsolete and sold. Yet many valued the steamer and its historic beauty, setting off a multi-decade search and effort to bring it home. Learn about early fire-fighting technology and a heroic community effort through the lens of an engaging historic storyteller, Bill Van Kosky. $5 suggested donation.