Celebrate the 27th Annual Taste of Harbor Springs.
The annual event helps to fundraise for the Mary Ellen Hughes Culinary Scholarship. The ticket sales help fund culinary scholarships for Northern Michigan students and professionals.
Taking place Saturday, September 17th, 2022 from 12:00 – 3:00 p.m., the cost of entry is $50. Tickets include admission, (unlimited tastes) food, and a commemorative cup. Drink tickets are $5 each. Tickets are limited to a maximum of 750 and do often sell out.
Located under the big tent at the Harbor Springs waterfront next to the Municipal Marina (250 E Bay Street, Harbor Springs), the event is held in good weather and in bad.
Hosted by the Harbor Springs Chamber of Commerce – click here for more information.
About Mary Ellen Hughes –
Mary Ellen was the driving force behind the Taste of Harbor Springs. A member of the Harbor Springs Chamber of Commerce, Mary Ellen was a part of a group challenged to assist in brain storming for events in the “off-peak” seasons. Mary Ellen thought up “Taste of Harbor Springs,” and in 1994 it became a reality.
Mary Ellen had a long history in the Harbor Springs culinary scene having owned The Crow’s Nest, Harmon’s Specialties, and Mary Ellen’s Place – “Where Good Friends Meet” which closed in 2015 (Now the location of the Paper Station Bistro.) She also spent many years on the Harbor Springs City Planning Commission and the Downtown Development Authority, she even ran for Mayor of Harbor Springs in 2018.