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  • Lisa Rossi
    RE/MAX Bayshore
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    Cedar, MI
    The Cedar River is a hidden gem tucked away of the heart of Leelanau County in downtown Cedar.  If you're looking for a back to nature experience then kayaking the Cedar River, aka Victoria Creek, is a must-do. This slow-flowing river goes from the Village of Cedar out to Lake Leelanau. Currently, it's accessible only by kayak or pontoon boat due to its shallow depth. But a local group is working to improve the river and boat launch to accommodate other boaters.
  • Lisa Rossi
    RE/MAX Bayshore
    Considering Cedar's rich Polish heritage it's only fitting that you would find "The Polish Art Center" in downtown Cedar. This cute little shop is a treasure trove of Polish cultural and traditional folk art. They carry a variety of Polish imports including Boleslawiec stoneware, Baltic amber jewelry, books, apparel, pysanky egg art, folk dolls, food, candies, cookies, a large selection of handmade Christmas ornaments, and much more. If you're ever in Cedar, be sure to stop by.
  • Lisa Rossi
    RE/MAX Bayshore
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    Cedar, MI
    The Cedar Polka Fest is an annual festival celebrating the town's rich Polish history and every penny they raise at this event gets donated to local charities and community organizations. If you're looking for a truly local experience, this four-day festival is a must-attend. But don't let the name fool you. There is more to this festival than just polka music. Additional activities include a parade, classic car, and motorcycle show, tethered hot air balloon rides, firefighters pancake breakfast, traditional Polish dancers, four-mile fun run/walk, craft fair, and a Polka Mass.
  • Lisa Rossi
    RE/MAX Bayshore
    Ask Lisa a question about Cedar.
    Cedar, MI
    Cedar is a small town in the heart of Leelanau County. In 1885, Cedar's founder, lumberman Benjamin Boughey, named it Cedar City because it was in a cedar forest. In 1893 when the post office was opened, it was named, simply "Cedar". The main street of Cedar looks today much as it did 50 years ago. Cedar is known as a Polish community, having been settled by Polish immigrants who purchased land through the Homestead Act. Around 1868. Every July, Cedar is host to the annual Cedar Polka Festival, which began in 1975.

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    RE/MAX Bayshore

    12930 W Bayshore
    Traverse City, MI 49684

    RE/MAX Bayshore

    500 S Union
    Traverse City, MI 49684