Hundreds packed Campus Martius Park in downtown Detroit Friday evening for the annual tree lighting ceremony.
The skating rink at Campus Martius Park will open to the public for a weekend of pre-season skating Friday, Nov. 9 through Sunday, Nov. 11, before the rink officially opens on Friday, Nov. 16, following the Detroit Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Yesterday was Halloween. Today, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Detroit’s Campus Park.
A 75-foot-tall concolor fir from Jackson has been selected as the Christmas tree to decorate the Michigan Capitol lawn this year.
With six months ’til Christmas and temperatures reaching neat record highs, it’s still not too soon to start looking for a the perfect holiday tree.
A suburban Detroit synagogue has opened its doors to some of the community’s homeless for eight Christmases and helped make their holiday by erecting a tree.
Of those who plan to buy or use an artificial tree, 36 percent said that they would do so because it is better for the environment.
It’s one of the most recognizable signs that the Holidays are here — the annual lighting of Detroit’s official Christmas tree.
Halloween just wrapped up hours ago and Michigan is already getting prepared for the Holiday season.