1. 26th Annual Silver Bells in the City
This awesome event will be on Friday, November 19, 2010 in downtown Lansing, Michigan. Silver Bells in the City attracted more tan 150,000 people in 2009. This is an annual feature of a beautiful Electric Light Parade that is almost magical. This is followed by lighting of Michigan’s official Christmas tree. That’s not all. Providing that weather permits there will be fireworks over the State Capitol. The parade will start at 6:10 p.m at Lenawee and S. Washington. You definitely do not want to miss this festive event. This event started in 1985 by the Arts Council of Greater Lansing. Over the years this event has grown. More attractions include ice sculptures, incredible carriage rides, and local venues opened to the public FREE of charge.
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2. Radio Disney Hosts John Golden Live in Concert, downtown Lansing, Michigan
This is an event that you must see on Friday, November 19, 2010 immediately following the fireworks on the steps of the State Capital. Josh Golden is a multi-talented 16- year -old singer-songwriter and Disney start. Josh has been a hit with younger audiences and adults alike. Make sure that you do not miss this glorious event.
3. Annual Deer Widows Weekend
Don’t forget about this awesome event which will be on November 13, 2010, between 4-9 p.m. at Holiday Inn Express, Petoskey, Michigan. The Cost is only $10.00. Guess What? You can take advantage of the 2 for 1 deal by bringing a friend free. It is very simple. Just speak to a consultant before the event and request them to email you a “Bring a Friend for Free” coupon. Print it out and redeem it the night of the event. Doesn’t get much better than that. This is an excellent cause for the Northern Michigan Cancer Crusaders. You will be able to shop your favorite products from Miche Bags, Tupperware, Pampered Chef and many more. There will be a free drawing for your favorite brand product and a Grand Prize from the vendors listed. There will be 100 gift bags to give away to the first 100 attendees. There will be many vendors with FREE give-aways and samples. Remember it is not just for widows, bring your sister, mother, or friend.
4. Stafford’s Downtown Petoskey Holiday Parade
Do you like marching bands, floats, and marching characters? Then you will just love the Stafford’s Holiday Parade on Saturday, November 27, 2010 at 10 .m. What a great way to celebrate your Thanksgiving Day weekend. Also, Santa Claus will be there at 10 a.m. After the parade, he will greet the children on the Veranda at Stafford’s Perry Hotel. Call (231) 347-4150 for additional information This is sponsored by the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce. You definitely want to see this exciting event.
Directions to Petoskey, Michigan