The Caseville IGA was a landmark as a kid growing up in the Upper Thumb The IGA was the store I remember growing up. It was old, the floors creaked, it smelled funny and it was crowded in the summer. I loved it.
The Port Austin Winter Carnival returns after a decade in hibernation. The weekend festivities at the tip of the Thumb begin Friday, February 5-7, 2021.
The former B&B has been featured on Pure Michigan, two Haunted Michigan travel books and highlighted in a paranormal documentary and a movie.
The calendar on your desk indicates that summer officially ends in about a week, but deep down you not quite ready to ditch the shorts and flip-flops for sweatshirts and football. It only really ends when you’ve done these 6 things in Michigan’s Upper Thumb.
Chief Standing Oak ruled the tribe of Chippewa Indians, living near Kilmanagh between the Sebewaing river and Shebeon creek.
He led his tribe in a fierce battle with the Fox.
The first unofficial days of summer is Memorial Day weekend.
Thousands of folks flocked to Port Austin for the 2021 opening of the Port Austin Farmers Market.