For those looking to drive the pandemic blues away, more safe attractions are open to the public this holiday season. Courtney Sheffer, Marketing Director for West Michigan Tourist Association (WMTA), joined Fox 17 live to talk about what’s available.
Festival of Wreaths
The Muskegon Museum of Art’s annual holiday event, the Festival of Trees, is making some adjustments this year to spread the holiday spirit throughout downtown Muskegon. A new version of the event – Festival of Wreaths – is set up to be a wreath walk event that people can enjoy from the sidewalk or street any time between November 24th and December 6th. You can get a walking map with all of the wreath locations in either a printed or digital version to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the wreath locations.
Christmas Lite Show
West Michigan’s largest, animated, drive thru light show, is getting ready to spread Christmas cheer to people of all ages. The Christmas Lite Show is located at Fifth Third Ballpark in Comstock Park, where you’ll find nearly two miles of over a million lights, animated displays, lighted tunnels, and more. They sell tickets by the carload, and the light show will be open from November 25th through January 2nd.
A History of an Anishinabe Family; The Whitepigeons of Holland
And lastly, the Holland Museum invites you to join them virtually this Tuesday evening for “A History of an Anishinabe Family.” Elizabeth Chivis Whitepigeon, a local Native American, will be sharing her family’s unique history and culture through oral stories, handcrafts, and traditional ways of life. This is a free, family-friendly virtual program, with the opportunity to ask questions and learn together.