Little Bits: Noel Night

10:30 AM

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Saturday we finally attended a really awesome event in Detroit: Noel Night. It is always hard trying to fit everything in during the holidays, and since Kyle and I went to Frankenmuth the past two years, we really wanted to do something different. It ended up being a lot of fun! 

My friend Alice was kind enough to give me and my new acquaintance Zach a ride down earlier in the day so we could get dinner with her and her adorable son, Brandon.  We lucked out with parking near Wayne State, and then we headed to Union Street and enjoyed a great meal, despite how crazy-busy they were. It was really cozy in there, and very festive. We then braved the cold to wander around some shops and eventually made our way to the DIA where Kyle finally met up with us. That is one of the best parts of Noel Night, all of the museums are open for free for everyone to wander in-and-out of. After that, we caught some of Zach's friends little two-piece ensemble playing some festive, holiday music, they were really good! 

I think Kyle's favorite was seeing the Earth harp (giant harp) at the Garden Theater at Midtown. They too played Christmas music, but it was a lot of fun. We also hit up the food trucks on the way out to get Kyle some nomz, and then left to meet up with friends back in Ferndale. 

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I think next year we will plan things better. Like making sure that the camera battery is charged, Kyle requesting to get out of work earlier, and probably just driving down by ourselves because it was getting crazy trying to meet-up with our crappy phones losing signals constantly, as well as trying to make plans with friends for after. Would we do it again? Of course. We didn't even get to half of the activities that were available, so now we have something to look forward to next time. Still loads of fun, and it was very pretty downtown. 

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  1. It looks like you had an awesome time!!! :D

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  2. what a fabulous concert sara! glad you enjoyed it. that chandelier is absolutely amazing. WOW! i love looking at Christmas decorations & lights. those are so beautiful.
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  3. Oh my goodness! This looks so wonderful! I love the photos! Looks like a great time was had!

    xo
    Rachel

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  4. This looks really fun and you have some amazing photos. I love the chandelier, it is so pretty. The lights and decorations are beautiful. I so often forget to charge the camera battery before going to an event!

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  5. Sounds like a wonderful jammed packed occasion.

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  6. Looks like an amazing event!

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  7. Love the photos you got of the holiday event. Wow about the museums being free. Looks like some awesome music too.

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  8. that's pretty cool about the museums...what a great opportunity for people to do something they might not normally do.

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  9. Gah! This looks like such an amazing event, Sara. Truth: You're kind of making me want to move to Michigan - it seems like there is always something amazing happening!!

    xx

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