During this weekend in Mackinaw City over 400 cast members will re-create events that took place between the French, British and Indian tribes, on June 2, 1763. This historically rich event will take place for the 51st consecutive year. The Fort Michilimackinac Pageant is the longest running, free historical Memorial Day performance in the Nation. Visitors will meet famous Indian Chiefs: Miniavavan and Matchekewis of the Ojibwa tribe, and Wawatam who becomes a blood brother to Alexander Henry and later saves his life.
Come watch and see!
Schedule of events for memorial weekend in Mackinaw City, MI there is no admission charge for the historical reenactment pageant or related events.
Saturday 1:00 pm - Grand Parade - Begins at Conkling Heritage Park and ends at Colonial Fort Michilimackinac. This is the largest Memorial Parade in the State of Michigan.
2:30 pm - Historical Reenactment Pageant - Colonial Fort Michilimackinac
Dusk: Fireworks Display
Sunday 2:30pm - Historical Reenactment - Colonial Fort Michilimackinac
Monday 2:30pm - Historical Reenactment - Colonial Fort Michilimackinac