Top 10 Must-See Holiday Light Festivals in Michigan

Top 10 Must-See Holiday Light Festivals in Michigan

Nothing screams Christmas like a festival of lights! We are fortunate enough in the great state of Michigan to have more than a handful of towns that display their Christmas thrill with thousands and sometimes millions of lights. We have narrowed down our list to 10 towns in Michigan that are a must-see during the holiday season. (Cities shown in no particular order)

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Countdown to Christmas!

Countdown to Christmas!

Anticipation … looking forward … it’s what the Christmas season is all about here at Bronner’s CHRISTmas Wonderland … and perhaps at your house, too! Many Christians observe Advent as a time of patient expectation, a celebration of the first coming of Christ the Savior to a manger in Bethlehem over 2000 years ago … and a look to His second coming. We love the tradition of Advent wreaths and candleholders, too. Perhaps your church and/or family lights a candle weekly

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Show Us Your ‘Muth Holiday Tradition For A Chance To Win!

Show Us Your ‘Muth Holiday Tradition For A Chance To Win!

Stay, play, shop and dine; in Frankenmuth it’s always a wonderful time … but especially during the magic of the Christmas season! We might be a little biased, but we think it truly is 🎼”the MOST wonderful time of the year”!🎶 That’s why we’ve partnered with Zehnder’s to celebrate your Frankenmuth holiday traditions. Enter our #MuthHoliday photo contest for a chance to win the grand prize … and a grand time!

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Do the Monster Mash This Halloween!

Do the Monster Mash This Halloween!

Love to decorate for this holiday that brings out the sweet tooth 🍬 (and kid) in all of us, along with a few shivers and shrieks? Want to keep it simple and on a budget without having to purchase a whole Halloween village? You can do it!

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Bottle Brush Trees for That Vintage Christmas Look!

Bottle Brush Trees for That Vintage Christmas Look!

You’ll never look at a toilet-bowl brush the same way again! In the 1930s, Addis Brush Company, an American manufacturer of toilet bowl brushes, began dyeing bristles green and assembling them into artificial Christmas trees. These new artificial trees were especially popular in Britain, which had lost many of its trees during WWI. In 2017 Nielsen conducted a survey for the American Christmas Tree Association. Results? Of the about 95 million households in the United States planning to display a

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Bronner’s Christmas Bedroom: Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Bronner’s Christmas Bedroom: Sleep in Heavenly Peace

Is your Christmas season full of Go-Go-Go, but you wish it offered a little more Slow-Slow-Slow? We can help! Our Christmas-bedroom decorating ideas will make your bedroom a holiday retreat where you can “sleep in heavenly peace.” We started with a repurposed barn door for our headboard. The red patina of the rustic wood complemented both of our Christmas-bedroom themes: snowmen and the Nativity. You really can’t go wrong with recycled barnwood. We used more of it, along with a couple

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Crazy for Chicken Divan – Recipe

Crazy for Chicken Divan – Recipe

There are a lot of things I love in life. At the top of that list is food. I have no problem admitting that I’m the type of person that gets more excited about what food is at a party than what’s actually celebrated at said party. I know, I’m bad . . . but it runs in my family!

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Working in a Wonderland

Working in a Wonderland

Do you enjoy 🎶 walking in a winter wonderland 🎶 when you visit Bronner’s? You’ll also find many who love working in a winter wonderland! You know the saying, “It takes all kinds to make the world go ’round”? Well, it does take all kinds to keep the “World’s Largest CHRISTmas Store” merry and bright year-round! Meet some members of our team who keep the spirit of Christmas alive 361 days a year at Bronner’s!

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Long Live Michigan’s Comeback Cities

Long Live Michigan’s Comeback Cities

DETROIT The declining auto industry, corrupt leadership, high unemployment, poverty, a failing economy, plunging property values – all played a part in what some feared might be the final curtain for the drama that was Detroit. The fifth largest city in the United States in 1950. A twist in the plot brought Detroit to bankruptcy and emergency management in 2013. Now the scene is changing. In 2010 billionaire Dan Gilbert, founder of Quicken Loans and Rock Ventures, moved his headquarters

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