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The Neighborhood Files, Holiday Guide
Santa makes a stop in downtown Brighton to start the holiday season on saturday evening with fun and music for everyone.
The Neighborhood Files
Despite sizzling temperatures, the Brighton 4th of July Parade and the Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club Duck Races went off without a hitch on Wednesday.
The Brighton High School Class of 2012 Commencements were held at the Eastern Michigan University Convocation Center Saturday morning.
Members of Hartland’s Rolling Thunder and the Patriot Guard Riders were among bikers taking part in procession on Saturday.
Thornetta Davis and Laith Al-Saadi are part of a strong musical line up on Friday night.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
The 28th annual festival sports a new location, the addition of live music and a beverage garden.
Volunteers in the News
Bordine’s Nursery became “Kitchen Stadium” for the face-off between two local chefs with appetizers, drinks and a silent auction adding to the entertainment.
Volunteers in the News, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Classic cars and boats, fine art, the Maritime Exchange Museum and the beautiful background of the Gronow Estate brought area communities together to benefit Love, INC.
The Fast Eddie Band provided the music while area car buffs enjoyed classic cars and good food.
The Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club sponsored this year’s parade event in downtown Brighton with the theme “We The People.”
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