Ann Arbor knows how to celebrate the holidays. We’ve complied some of the season’s top events that are sure to put you in the holiday spirit.
Don’t miss the biggest shopping event of the season: the Midnight Madness sale on Dec. 3. Shop with Santa along Ann Arbor’s Main Street until the clock strikes 12. Go to www.mainstreetannarbor.org to find out more.
On Dec. 3 from 6-10 p.m., eat, drink, shop and be merry with the members of the Kerrytown District Association during KindleFest. Click www.kerrytown.org for details.
Pottery studios all over Ann Arbor open their doors to the public for the Ann Arbor Clay Tour Dec. 4-5. To find participating studios, visit www.annarborclaytour.com
The annual Ann Arbor Potters Guild Holiday Sale will take place Dec. 4-5 and feature the work of almost 50 guild members. Visit www.pottersguild.net for more information.
The Holiday Light Parade marches down Main Street in Chelsea, Mich., Dec. 4. Expect floats that shine in the night. Visit http://chelseafestivals.com to learn more.
On Dec. 11-12, the fifth annual Holiday Studio Sale at Kate Tremel Clay in Ann Arbor will feature the work of Kate and Suzie Tremel, John Leyland and Jean Buescher Barlett. Visit http://web.mac.com/katetremel for details.