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Galerie d'art
“Founded in 1971, Crooked Tree Arts Center - Petoskey features four galleries, a theater, dance studio, classrooms, a culinary arts kitchen, and much more. They are located in downtown Petoskey, and the galleries are free and open to the public Monday - Saturday.”
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“The museum is located in one of the original train depots serving the summer resorters seeking relief from the city during the summer months. You'll find this modest museum worth the time as it provides a historical perspective on this area's culture and history. If you're a Hemingway fan, you'll enjoy this section of the museum. Growing up, Ernest Hemingway spent his summers at the family cottage on Walloon Lake, a few miles south of Petoskey. After serving as an ambulance driver in World War I, he returned to Petoskey in the winter of 1919-1920. Several of the Nick Adams stories take place in nearby Horton's Bay, and the satirical The Torrents of Spring is set in downtown Petoskey.”
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Galerie d'art
“Sturgeon River Pottery of Petoskey, Michigan offers the finest selection of pottery, Petoskey Stones, and hand-crafted gifts in Northern Michigan. With a collection of work from over 150 artists and craftspeople from all over Michigan and the U.S., Sturgeon River has been an icon in Northern Michigan and the life’s work of the Andrews Family for over 34 years. They also have unique hand-crafted gifts, garden decor, outdoor accessories, Amish furniture, and wild birding supplies.”
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