Presented by Northern Center for Lifelong Learning at Unknown
Presented by Dance Zone at Dance Zone
Learn the basics of Mideastern Belly Dance.
Recreational folk dancing
Try Hula dancing for free at Dance Zone on Fridays, October 6 and 13.
Contra and Square dancing with All Strings Considered.
Presented by Marquette Arts and Culture Center at Marquette Arts & Culture Center
The MACC, Lake Superior Art Association, and UP Sled Dog Association are teaming up to host a special youth art show around the themes of dog sledding, winter, and animals.
Presented by Donckers at Donckers
Dine on from-scratch breakfast while listening to the talented jazz musician Patrick Booth perform live music at Donckers.
Presented by Marquette Food Co-op at Marquette Food Co-op
Hear that? It's brunch time! Come listen to local musicians play at the Co-op Cafe and enjoy hot brunch food and drinks every Sunday.
Presented by NMU Music Department at Forest Roberts Theatre
Presented by Dance Zone at Unknown
Dance to Black Pearl with a Hawaiian Theme Feb. 25
Presented by Marquette Poets Circle at Peter White Public Library
A special workshop with training and planning for the April Art Gallery display. Poetry workshopping after the training session.
Presented by Peter White Public Library at Peter White Public Library
Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing
Presented by Beaumier Upper Peninsula Heritage Center at Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center
Cold War paranoia and the public’s right to know are hallmarks of this 70s spy thriller (1h 58 min).
Presented by Northern Michigan University at Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center
Presented by NMU Music Department at Reynolds Recital Hall at NMU
Documentary on the history of blues
Presented by Forest Roberts Theatre at Forest Roberts Theatre
Watch behind the scenes flight instruction for actors
Dine on from-scratch breakfast while listening to the talented musician Troy Graham perform live music at Donckers.
The controversial and award-winning imagining of the unimaginable; an actual nuclear conflict.
Presented by Peter White Public Library Youth Services at Peter White Public Library
Presented by Superior Arts Youth Theater at Forest Roberts Theatre
Join SAYT on an adventure to Neverland, March 15-18 at the Forest Roberts Theatre!
Presented by Beaumier Upper Peninsula Heritage Center at James Panowski Black Box Theatre
Presented by Northern Michigan University at Northern Michigan University Campus
Update your resume and social networks with a professional and affordable portrait!
Propaganda or just a good old violent youth exploitation flick? You be the judge (1 hr 54 min).
Presented by Beaumier Upper Peninsula Heritage Center at Kaufman Auditorium
The Beaumier Center is very excited to announce that Le Vent Du Nord will be returning to Marquette in April to perform a special concert at Kaufman Auditorium.
An epic musical journey with music and lyrics by Phil Collins, Disney's Tarzan comes to life onstage at the Forest Roberts Theatre.
Presented by Marquette Downtown Development Authority at Downtown Marquette - Third Street
Presented by Hiawatha Music Co-op at Tourist Park Campground
Join the celebration of 40 years of traditional music!
Presented by Marquette Downtown Development Authority at Downtown Marquette - Washington Street
Presented by Marquette Area Blues Society at Ellwood A. Mattson Lower Harbor Park
Word-class music, food and drink on the shore of Lake Superior in the heart of Marquette, MI
Presented by Marquette City Senior Center at Lakeview Arena
Senior Skating at Lakeview Arena - ages 50+
“Download E-books & Audio Books” on will demonstrate how to use the new Libby app to connect to the library’s audio book or E-book collections with your E-reader or phone.
“MAC Club” is for anyone with an Apple device, such as iPad or iPhone, to share user experiences and learn new ways to work with Apple products. This class will repeat on the fourth Monday of each month.
Join us for interactive stories, songs, rhymes and activities.
Explore stories, fingerplays, songs and crafts.
Join us for books, songs, crafts and more, for preschool aged children
Listen to stories and work with others to build Lego projects.
Presented by Marquette City Senior Center at Marquette City Senior Center
Free - Basic Tax Filing assistance
Songs, rhymes, stories and fingerplays for ages 0-18 months and a loving adult. Older siblings welcome.
Songs, rhymes, stories and fingerplays for babies not yet mobile and able to move away from their loving adult.
Join us for stories, songs, school-readiness art, and pre-literacy skills.
Enjoy songs, rhymes, stories and fingerplays for ages 0-24 months and stay for a playtime afterwards.
All upperclassmen wizards in grades 6-8 are invited to our first Harry Potter meeting!
Presented by Marquette County Cares (MC Squared) at Unknown
Practitioners will introduce skills for the protective factor: Emotional Control. These include Yoga, Tai Chi, Meditation, and Simply Successful Kids.
Presented by Marquette Regional History Center at Marquette Regional History Center
The meeting is free, open to the public and will offer refreshments, a brief business meeting, awards and entertainment.
Presented by Noquemanon Trail Network at Northern Michigan University Campus
Watch the film and learn about actions you can take in your community to save the winters we love.
Presented by Lake Superior Community Partnership at
Teens in grades 7 to 12 who support equality for all genders and sexualities are invited to join.
Presented by Lakestate Industries at Masonic Square Mall
Tell us what you’d like to see at your library, meet new people, plan teen events, and get volunteer experience.
Presented by Marquette County Democratic Party at Peter White Public Library
The March meeting of the Outreach & Research Committee of the Marquette County Democratic Party in the Lions Room of Peter White Library.
Presented by Marquette Builders Exchange at NMU Superior Dome
Get information from over 130 businesses from across the UP, all in one place!
Explore several online genealogy databases to search for your ancestors on March 12. Participants are welcome to use the library’s computers for this class.
All wizards in grades 2 through 5 are invited to come talk about the wonderful wizarding world of Harry Potter
Presented by AAUW at Unknown
Give your old books a new home, and help fund scholarships at the same time!
Plan events for people your age, play games, talk about books, and get volunteer experience.
Presented by American Association of University Women (AAUW) at Federated Clubhouse
AAUW presents a discussion of student debt, with special focus on its impact on women.
Get help with your personal electronic devices most Fridays from March 16-April 27 from 4:00-5:30 pm at the Peter White Public Library (upstairs).
Presented by Queen City Seed Library at Marquette Arts & Culture Center
Join Queen City Seed Library for a seed swap in the lower level of the Peter White Public Library, where you can sort through the stacks for the unusual seeds -- and stories -- of UP gardens.
Presented by Queen City Seed Library at Peter White Public Library
The event offers gardeners and seed savers a chance to exchange seeds and share knowledge. The swap is an opportunity for new seed savers to get locally harvested seeds for starting their own gardens.
The Peter White Public Library announces the Beginning Genealogy Workshop on Tuesday, April 3, at 6:30 p.m. in the Shiras Room. Call the Reference Desk at 226-4312 to register.
Find family ancestors on the Internet using several websites as sources of genealogical information. This workshop will be held Tuesday, April 10 at 6:30 pm in the Computer Lab
The Intermediate Genealogy workshop will be held Thursday, April 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the Shiras Room. Register by calling the Reference Desk at 226-4312.
Learn up to 72 languages with the library’s “Mango Languages” app on April 16 by connecting the library’s free online account it to your tablet, iPad, or phone. There are ten lessons each in ten chapters of online language instruction.
The Peter White Public Library announces the Spring Genealogy Lock-In on Friday, April 20 at 6:30 p.m. in Topics will be Sexton Records, Gravestone Symbols, Find A Grave.com. Register by calling the Reference Desk at 226-4312.
Presented by American Association of University Women (AAUW) at First Presbyterian Church
From April 26 through 28, book lovers can find wonderful bargains while at the same time supporting scholarships for women.
$2 book bags available on April 28 for extra bargains
Learn to search travel websites for purchasing airline tickets and downloading boarding passes on May 14. Use the library’s computers or bring your own electronic devices.
Learn how to make an Excel spreadsheet on June 11 by with Microsoft Excel Basics. Use the library’s computers or bring your laptop to class.
Presented by Marquette Downtown Development Authority at Ellwood A. Mattson Lower Harbor Park
The Marquette area Fourth of July Fireworks will take place on Wednesday, July 4 at dusk in the Ellwood Mattson Lower Harbor Park.
The second annual Classic Cars on Third Car Show on Saturday, August 18, from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on North Third Street in Downtown Marquette, Michigan.
Presented by Marquette Downtown Development Authority at Unknown
Come celebrate fall and its bountiful beauty at the Baraga Avenue Harvest Fest!
Presented by Marquette Buddhist Meditation Society at Peter White Public Library
A weekly drop-in Buddhist meditation class focusing on Secular Dharma. Emphasis on mindfulness meditation, The Four Noble Truths, and Heart Practises to cultivate positive emotions.
Presented by Marquette Home Brewers at Unknown
Late March, indoor festival celebrating the arrival of Spring with Michigan-made beer, wine, cider, mead, kombucha, and cheese! Live music and food.
Presented by Holiday Inn of Marquette at Holiday Inn Food and Beverage
Holiday Inn weekly Fish Fry
Holiday Inn traditional Sunday Brunch
Led by Kim Lindquist
Presented by Marquette Maritime Museum at Ore Dock Brewing Company
Forgotten Heroes: The U.S. Life-Saving Service on the Great Lakes by Fred Storehouse
100 years is a milestone birthday! Hear the fascinating stories of area people who reached at least 100 years of age.
This is your chance to show off your knowledge of local history in a trivia night competition celebrating National Library Week and the Marquette Regional History Center’s 100th birthday.
A movement and dance class for those with Parkinson's disease to help minimize symptoms
Exercise and dance in this workout session.
Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis and table tennis.
Presented by YMCA of Marquette County at YMCA of Marquette County
LIVESTRONG at the YMCA is a free 12 week exercise program for cancer survivors.
Presented by UPHS - Marquette Trauma Department at Lakeview Arena
A MATTER OF BALANCE is an award-winning program designed to manage falls and increase activity levels
Presented by National Alliance on Mental Illness - Alger/Marquette at Baraga Place Conference Room
A class for families, friends and partners of individuals living with mental illness.
FREE community Yoga at the Co-op, every Sunday from 12:30-1:30 in the Co-op Classroom.
Doug Russell, Executive Director of Room At The Inn, will speak about the role mental illness plays in homelessness.
Presented by Marquette Alger Resolution Service at Northern Michigan University Center
Mediation is a non-adversarial, affordable, and time saving choice to resolving conflict. Mediation is a confidential process where individuals have the opportunity brainstorm and negotiate a mutually agreeable solution. A mediator facilitates commun
Presented by Michigan State University College of Human Medicine UP Regionc at Reynolds Recital Hall at NMU
Join Dr. Mark Ensberg for this free community lecture event about palliative care.
Presented by YMCA of Marquette County at Unknown
5k run or walk, 10k or 10 mile along Lake Superior
Presented by Cedar Tree Institute at Marquette Hope Connection Center (formerly Grace United Methodist Church)
Tai chi: A mind-body practice valued for treating or preventing many health problems.
This exercise if fun and easy. It can be modified to fit your limitations.
High impact aerobic class
Instructor Maria Formolo welcomes everyone to try Tai Chi
Ab's, Balance, Core & Strength. One hour workout with a combination of floor exercise and light weights (please bring your own hand weights).
Presented by Upper Peninsula Children's Museum at Upper Peninsula Children's Museum
Guardians of WOW! Be a leader in the Museum, assist with animals, help guests interact with the exhibits, and more. This is a free program for kids ages 8-18. Guardian orientation takes place at 4:00-6:00pm on Friday, March 2nd.
Second Thursday Creativity Series On February 8 5:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m. Join us for a Magical Critter Masquerade. There will be crafts, FREE Culver’s Frozen Custard, music, and more! Wearing costumes is encouraged.
School of Rock will be on Friday, March 9th from 6:30-8:00pm. Come join Deklan Marshall and friends for a live jam session! Free with admission price or membership.
Kid Bizness is open to any kid wanting to create and sell a product. Interested? Learn how to get your young entrepreneur involved on Friday, March 9th from 4:00-5:00pm. We will help you think through your product ideas and sell them in our store!
Parenting & Play! will occur on Sunday, March 11th from 11:00am-1:00pm. This FREE monthly program for families is coordinated by the Doulas of Marquette. There will be an educational component from 11:30-12:00.
FREE Family Literacy Night at the Children’s Museum. Join us for a night of reading and fun centered around the theme of “Spring”-board Into Reading!
Presented by Marquette County Cares (MC Squared) at Upper Peninsula Children's Museum
Help youth make community connections in our Village at the U.P. Children’s museum, March 26th, 6 to 8 p.m. Free to the public and open to all ages.
Presented by Start the Cycle at Elks Lodge #405 BPOE
Rock & Roll, Food and Fun!
Presented by City of Marquette at Peter White Public Library
The City of Marquette Arts & Culture Advisory Committee advises the City Commission in its effort to support, facilitate and grow an empowered and vital arts, cultural and creative community.
Presented by City of Marquette at Unknown
Presented by Fred Waara Chapter of Trout Unlimited at Landmark Inn
The Fred Warra Chapter of Trout Unlimited will sponsor a "Fishing After Hours" program.
Presented by Northern Michigan University at NMU Golf Course
Presented by Northern Michigan University at NMU Superior Dome
Downtown Marquette, Double Trouble DJ’s and Twisted Tea will be hosting the Downtown Spring Open – Twisted Tea Off.
Presented by Noquemanon Skijor Club at Unknown
Presented by Noquemanon Trail Network at Marquette Mountain Ski Area
Marquette Trails Festival will be held June 22nd - 24th, 2018. This event will be a fun filled weekend featuring mountain bike races, trail running races, youth races, and socials.
Presented by U.S. Guts Frisbee at Tourist Park Campground
Marquette is proud to host the 2018 U.S. National Guts Frisbee Tournament Aug 4-5, 2018. The tournament will be held @ Tourist Park from 10am-6pm. Free Admission
The Marquette Regional History Center celebrates our organization’s 100th year in 2018. This exhibit explores our museum’s history and what was going on in our county and nation in 1918.
Presented by Spread Goodness Day at Downtown Marquette - Washington Street
Global day of goodness inviting people to do one act of goodness on this one day.
Presented by Superior Beekeeping Club at NMU- Seaborg Center
The first of its kind! A conference dedicated to the special challenges of keeping bees in Northern climates.