It's no surprise that Michigan is full of wonders and beautiful waters. However, winter in Michigan has no shortage of amazing activities and endless opportunities to wander and explore. Let's get out and make the most of the season!
4 Michigan Bloggers share their favorite Christmas events and places this holiday season in Michigan. Also each blogger has a holiday guide to share. Michigan Bloggers Favorite Christmas Places #MIFavoritePlaces
Celebrate a Christmas party of days gone by and see the Pere Marquette 1225 steam locomotive bring North Pole Express passengers to the Village of Ashley for a 2-hour layover. Two times a day, each Saturday & Sunday, from November 20 - December 19. The North Pole Express arrival times are scheduled forn11:00am and 7:00pm.
Wondering what to do this holiday season? Well look no further! Here is a list with over 50 different holiday activities for you, right here in the Mid Michigan area. If you are in search of real-life Christmas Villages, Michigan has several to choose from! This list has it covered! From Alma, Breckenridge, Chesaning to Clare and St. Johns to Stanton. As I sit here watching our second snow fall of the season, I think to myself... what a wonderful state!
Seems like it was just Summer, but here we are into November! Good news is, you can watch Santa parachute or take a train back in time! Everyone always asks where I find fun stuff to do, so I made a list of our favorite activities for the holiday season!
With over 130 wineries, 200+ craft breweries and an ever growing list of hard cideries & more, Michigan’s beverage industry is thriving. 🍻 There are many great options to choose that are family friendly! Let me know below if you’ve been to any of these places or if they're on your bucket list! Check out the below accounts for more inspiration on breweries, wineries and cider mills to visit in Michigan: @cassondra.wanders @frommichiganwithloveblog @allnatural.adventures @mrswebersneighborhood @exploremichiganmore
From decorated house tours, to pumpkin patches and cider mills - here are 8 of the best Halloween and fun fall activities to do in the Mid Michigan area for 2021.
The annual pumpkin carving event is scheduled for October 24, 2021, the Sunday before Halloween. Home owner and Halloween display mastermind, Kent Roth, invites the public to participate by helping carve and prepare the pumpkins for the spotlight.
To celebrate the fabulous 𝗳𝗶𝗿𝘀𝘁 𝗱𝗮𝘆 𝗼𝗳 𝗳𝗮𝗹𝗹, 3 local Michigan bloggers collaborated for September to share what they're looking forward to this fall. Check out #MIFavoritePlaces post on Instagram to see more! Michigan bloggers included in the Fall campaign: @cassondra.wanders @frommichiganwithloveblog @exploremichiganmore @allnatural.adventures
Saturday in August called for a mindful Meet Up for the Michigan Bloggers, Content Creators, Influencer Group. Gathering at Wildroast Coffee Co. in Grandville, Michigan. In depth discussions were had around growing, creating and monetizing our talents!