• Arts Festival
    Arts Festival

    Formerly known as ‘Art In the Park,’ this event is usually the second Saturday in July on the grounds of the CRAF center in Roscommon. This daylong art show includes a juried art show that has both local artists, as well as artists from all over the state. The art that is shown and sold at this event covers a variety of styles, such as: natural art and photography, oil paintings, water colors, pen and ink drawings, chalk work and so much more. Visitors may browse among booths offering such items as baskets, jewelry, wood projects and hand-sewn goods. Contact the Higgins Lake / Roscommon Chamber of Commerce for more information (989) 275-8760.

  • Arts and Craft shows
    Arts & Craft Shows
    • North Central Arts Council Shows

      Held weekends of Memorial Day, July Fourth, and Labor Day at the Houghton Lake School grounds across from the football field. For information, contact: Gladys Welker 517.676.9498

    • Christmas in the Village Craft Show

      Held the first Saturday of December at the CRAF Center, 606 Lake Street, Roscommon. The show runs from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. For further information, please contact Lori Mattingly at 989-275-4947 (If no answer, please leave a message) or email. Or visit www.roscommonchristmasinthevillage.com

  • Quilt Trail
    Roscommon County Quilt Block Trail

    Cherished Family quilts are made with love and handed down through generations. Now, we share them with you through the many brightly colored quilt blocks scattered throughout Roscommon County. Take the self-guided tour and enjoy the variety of quilt patterns that tell the stories of families, history, and culture of Roscommon County.

    Download Roscommon County Quilt Trail Guide pdf 3.67mb

  • Arts & Culture
    • Pen & Pallet Artist Guild

      Amateur Artists from all over the area have been together for over 35 years - COME JOIN US! We meet Wednesdays 10am - 2pm at Messiah Lutheran Church (1470 W Maplehurst, Roscommon MI) phone (989) 387-8820. The work of this group is sold periodically at the library, Art Festivals and Arts and Crafts show.