Newberry Michigan, Upper Peninsula, Newberry Michigan Lodging, Newberry Michigan Attractions, Newberry ATV and ORV, Newberry Snowmobiling, Tahquamenon Falls, & More!
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Come and experience a region that offers year-round adventure!
Welcome to Newberry - the Official Moose Capital of the great State of Michigan!
Newberry offers a wide variety of attractions, lodging, restaurants, business opportunities and more! Year-round activities will make your Vacation fun and exciting! Experience one of the best places to hike, explore, golf, visit bears, see attractions, & have an adventure!
Snowmobile Newberry Michiganand take a trip throughout the entire Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Experience our beautiful forests, groomed trails, wildlife, area businesses, and groomed trails. Begin your winter excursion here in the heart of the Upper Peninsula and ride our trails that connect you to Paradise, Curtis, Helmer, Hulbert, Pine Stump Junction, Seney, and beyond! We are Ranked #3 in the U.S. for Snowmobiling by Lake Superior Magazine. Ranked #5 in the U.S. by America's Best Online for Snowmobiling!
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FOR A LOCAL COMMUNITY EVENTS LIST, INCLUDING MEETINGS, CLASSES, SCHOOL EVENTS , CLICK HERE
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For a listing of activities at The Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Click Here
Christmas Light Decorating Contest! Dust off those lights and outdoor decorations and start decorating your home or business for Newberry's Light Up Luce County. A generous, anonymous donor wants to make sure Santa can find his way to Luce County, and is sponsoring this event. There are 2 categories: Home and Business with cash prizes as follows: Business: $150, Homes: 1st Place- $150; 2nd Place-$125; 3rd Place-$75. Any Home or Business in Luce County can enter. To enter you MUST contact the Newberry Chamber with the following information by 4pm on Friday, Dec. 13: Name, address (and directions if not in town), phone number and times your lights go on and off. You can email or call the Chamber Office at 906-293-5562 or firstname.lastname@example.org Judging will take place on Tuesday evening, December 17. Winners will be announced in the Tuesday, December 24 edition of the Newberry News. Start your decorating!
4th Annual Christmas Light Show, County Road 399 (S. Airport Road), Newberry, December 1-31. Show times Sunday-Thursday 6pm-10pm; Friday- Saturday 6pm-11pm. Enjoy the lights and music from the warmth of your car by tuning your radio to FM 88.3 while watching the show. Check out their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/Newberry/ChristmasLights.
"Journey Stories", traveling Smithsonian Exhibit, at Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis. Journey Stories explores individual stories that illustrate the critical roles travel and movement have played in building our diverse American Society. The exhibit runs Nov. 25-January 24, during Erickson Center office hours and special events. Admission is Free. For more information call 906-586-9974.
Monday, December 9
The Spirit of Harriet Tubman, 7pm, Erickson Center for the Arts. Presented by Leslie McCurdy, using Harriet's own words to tell the story of her life from earliest experiences as a slave through her work on the underground railroad. Adult tickets $15, students are free when accompanied by an adult. For more information call 906-586-9974.
Thursday, December 12
Business After Hours, 5-7pm at Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis, featuring Journey Stories, a traveling Smithsonian Exhibit. Come out and network, meet new members and visit another great member of the Newberry Chamber.
Saturday, December 14
North Country Trail Hike. Sponsored by The Hiawatha Shore to Shore Chapter of The North Country Trail. Call 989-350-2826 or email email@example.com for more information.
Sunday, December 15
Local Journey Stories Fireside Chat. 2pm at Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis. Journey Stories explores individual stories that illustrate the critical rols travel and movement have played in building our diverse American society. Free admission. Refreshments served. For more information call 906-586-9974.
Wednesday, December 18
Journey To Bethlehem, Live Nativity, 5-7pm at Garfield Township Hall and Mill Pond Park, M117, Engadine. Come travel back in time and walk to Bethlehem to experience the birth of Jesus in a fresh way. Groups will leave every 20 minutes; reservations recommended but not required. Call Susan at 906-477-6766 for more information or to reserve your journey time. Sponsored by area churches.
The Official Moose Capital of Michigan
While vacationing in the Newberry Michigan area make sure to report all moose sightings to the Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce. Come and discover the beauty and majesty the great Moose Capital of Michigan! Check out our entire website to explore the many year-round activities that you can enjoy right here in the Moose Capital!
A Memorable Day - In 2002, the House and the Senate declared that Newberry Michigan would be recognized as the Official Moose Capital of Michigan! The Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce displays the Senate Resolution Number 259 and the House of Representatives resolution Number 572 with pride. Visitors and locals alike gathered their photos and stories about their own personal encounters with area moose.