Holiday Lights & Parades Weekend Edition Nov 19, 20, 21

We went to the Lights On Ceremony for the Wayne County Parks Lightfest last night and WOW what a turn out. It was really quite an event. There was donuts, hot coco, music, fireworks and Santa was there! Besides for the time it took everyone to get into their cars and start moving, everything was really nice. The light displays touched every aspect of the holiday season. I thought it was nice for those who don't celebrate Christmas but like to enjoy the holiday season and all the wonderful events this time of year. The only thing that was missing for me was the snow! We'll definitely have to go back to see the lights with the snow covered ground.

If you missed the Lights On ceremony for the Wayne County Parks the light show is on every night until December 31st. In the meantime, don't miss out on these special holiday lights and parades this weekend!

Wayne County Parks Lightfest
November 19th - December 31st 7:00PM - 10:00PM Westland, MI
The Wayne County Lightfest will turn Hines Drive into the Midwest's longest drive-through holiday light display. Viewers will enter an enchanted world of colorful rainbows, snowflakes, and candy canes.

Wayne County Lightfest opens each night at 7:00 p.m and closes at 10:00 p.m. The display begins at Hines Drive and Merriman Road in Westland and proceeds one way and exits through our concession areas onto Warren Avenue near Telegraph in Dearborn Heights. Admission is $5 a car

Hometown Lighted Parade
November 19, 2010, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM. Downtown Northville, MI

The annual Holiday Lighted Parade in Downtown Northville, is the official kickoff to Northville's Hometown Holidays. The Parade begins at 6:30pm on Friday, November 19th in Downtown Northville.

City of Detroit's Official Tree Lighting
November 19, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM Detroit, MI

Welcome in the holiday season with the annual lighting of Detroit’s Christmas Tree on Friday, November 19, from 6 PM to 8 PM. The tree lighting will take place at approximately 8PM. Ice skating performances, seasonal activities and musical entertainment follow.

Silver Bells in the City

November 19th 5:00 PM -9:00 PM Lansing, MI
Celebrate the season with 80,000 attendees in downtown Lansing as we watch the annual electric light parade, light Michigan’s official Christmas tree and experience a beautiful fireworks display cascading over the capitol dome. Live entertainment, holiday shopping and free admission to downtown Lansing’s cultural institutions round out the evening at this fun, family-oriented event.

Wyandotte Christmas Parade
November 20, 2009 10:00AM - 11:00AM Wyandotte, MI
The parade begins at 10 am and usually runs approximately one hour.  Wyandotte's Christmas Parade often draws participation from over 100 marching troupes, pipe and drum and marching bands, schools and organizations from throughout Michigan and Canada. The parade ends with Santa Claus!  The parade route runs along Biddle Avenue from Mulberry to Pine Street.

Wayne Rotary Christmas ParadeNovember 20, 2010 10:00 A.M Wayne, MI
This year's theme is A Christmas Carol, the line-up starts at 9:00 A.M. on Second Street between Sims and Ash Streets. The holiday season is the perfect time to share out blessings with those less fortunate. We are asking our friends to donate canned foods at this parade.

Holiday Magic Parade
November 20th 10:00AM -2:00PM Royal Oak, MI
The 9th annual Holiday Magic Parade brings holiday cheer to Downtown and includes more than 50 parade units, comprised of floats from the Parade Company, community groups, marching bands, rock bands, dance troupes, and of course - Santa Claus!


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