Jordan Valley Glassworks creates some of the most amazing pieces of glass artwork you will find anywhere in the world, from shimmering paperweights, adorable critters, functional glassware, and “roasted” pumpkins to 450-pound sparkling chandeliers.
C.A.T. Work Art Gallery in Bay City started as a joint venture between artist Tom Larson and his two artistic children, Carl and Amelia.
In an effort to provide something healthy and natural for her family with an amazing taste the children would love, Katie Kearney invented several flavors of her own all-natural, organic peanut butter. Naturally Nutty was born.
At Maple Moon, it’s not just about the syrup, wine, cider, or the many other sweet treats you can find. The Petersens strive to make a visit to Maple Moon unforgettable for the entire family. Maple Moon continues to expand, and in 2015 the Petersens ventured into making wine and hard cider. Maple syrup lacks the acidity of grapes, offering a unique flavor palate that allows for a diverse product line.
They created White Birch Outfitters to be an experience for their customers. Not only can customers visit the store to shop for their outdoor adventures, but they can also reserve space in the organized activities offered by White Birch. At the same time, they can examine an impressive collection of heritage photographs and historical articles and stories that testify to the rich natural history of Northern Michigan.
Born from humble beginnings, Journey North USA in Harbor Springs has grown to become a local showplace for artists from the region, the state, and beyond
Three Pines Studio in Cross Village is more than an artist’s studio and gallery
Spice Harbor is a home cook’s dream. Personally, I could spend hours in any kind of snazzy kitchen gadget and gift store, and Spice Harbor is certainly no exception.
Artist Sue Bolt is a local Charlevoix legend. For 60-plus years, Sue and her husband Russ have been creating one-of-a-kind art in their studio, Grange Hall Pottery, just a few miles south of Charlevoix.
Otis Pottery is a mainstay in the art community of East Jordan - and to think it came to be because of an ad in a magazine read on the other side of the world almost 29 years ago!