9 a.m. Traverse City History in the Movies: Learn about the history of Traverse City, including the National Cherry Festival and Con Foster. Films will play on a loop. Admission is free. Bijou by the Bay, 181 E Grandview Parkway.
10 a.m. A Walk Through the National Cherry Festival Exhibit. Learn about the early years of the festival, explore 88 years of Cherry Royalty and revisit the Miniature City once displayed in Clinch Park. Corner Loft, 201 E. Front St.
10 a.m. DTE Energy Program: Learn about Clean, Diversified, and Renewable Energy Solutions; Energy Efficiency & Sustainable Living Options; and how to become better stewards of our natural resources. Festival Open Space Park Food Court area at Grandview Parkway and Union Street.
10 a.m. Kids Club: Free activities for children ages 2-12 include face painting, story time, coloring pages, a magnetic ball wall. Behind the Bijou Theater.
10 a.m. Kids’ Pet Show: Entries are open to “Live” pets, and categories include Ugliest Mutt, Best Dressed Pet, Most Unusual Pet, Fat Cat, Pet & Owner Look Alike, and Best Dressed Ensemble. Event is open to kids 3 - 12 yrs old. F&M Park, Railroad Ave and Washington Street.
10 a.m. Million Dollar Hole-In-One Golf Contest: Grand Traverse Resort and Spa, 4935 M-72, E. Williamsburg.
10:30 a.m. Cherry Classic Film Series: Summer Magic. The State Theatre, 233 E. Front Street.
10:30 Paddle for Pints: Follow the TC Ale Trail and visit 6 breweries via the Boardman River on your SUP, Kayak or Canoe. Ticket Price: $35. Leave from Hull Park/The Filling Station Microbrewery, 642 Railroad Place for Wave One at 10:30 a.m. and Wave Two at 12:00 p.m.
11:30 a.m. Heritage Day Old Fashioned Picnic: A picnic lunch, old-fashioned games and exhibitors on Cival War, logging, draft horses and more. Bring your own blanket. $3.00 for adults and $2.00 for children 12 & under. Hannah Park; Corner of Sixth and Union Streets.