Arts Centers, Associations, Museums and Service Clubs
Looking for something to do? Spend some time delving into the history of our area or take in a concert at the Northport Community Arts Center. Enthusiastic volunteers keep these organizations going. Volunteers are also the backbone of our local service clubs and associations.
Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum
The Grand Traverse Lighthouse is on the State and National Historic Register. It is an active aids-to-navigation with a working fog horn used for demonstrations. The lighthouse and grounds have been lovingly restored to a museum showcasing the life of a lighthouse keep and family, circa 1920 - 1930's. The Lighthouse and Museum are located at the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula, on the grounds of beautiful Leelanau State Park. MI State Park Passport is required.
For more information please visit their website.
Cars in the Park
Take a scenic drive along M-22 north to Northport for the 19th annual Cars in the Park on May 28, 2016 and find out why it is the longest running auto show in Leelanau County. The popular event attracts an eclectic mix of cars to the picturesque Haserot Park where the unique setting provides the perfect backdrop for the summer season’s first car show. Free admission lets spectators enjoy all kinds of cars – pre-war and modern, stock and modified, foreign and domestic – cars for all tastes! Registration starts at 8 am. Awards are at 3 pm.
Northport Community Arts Center
The Northport Community Arts Center is dedicated to brining home the performing arts. New lower pricing makes it even easier to enjoy world class entertainment in our state of the art auditorium.
104 S. Wing Street
PO Box 319
Northport, MI 49670
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website.
Village of Northport
The Village of Northport is the governing body for our 526 resident (2010 census) village.
116 W. Nagonaba Street
PO Box 336
Northport, MI 49670