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The lights are on at Detroit’s Ford Field for the NFL Detroit Lions home games. Always exciting, the Lions 2013 home season runs through December 22nd when the Giants come to the Motor City. It’s all about the Detroit Red Wings across downtown at Joe Louis Arena. Hockey fans enjoy the excitement of the Red Wings 2013-2014 season through mid-April. Don’t forget the NBA’s Pistons playing at The Palace of Auburn Hills, northwest of Sterling Heights.
Fall events in downtown Detroit include America’s Thanksgiving Parade. The 2013 parade marks the 87th year for the Detroit tradition winding down Woodward Avenue on Thanksgiving morning, November 28th. Join family and friends in downtown Detroit a week earlier for Hob Nobble Gobble, a day of fun at Ford Field to raise funds for the parade.
Take a holiday adventure to the Detroit Zoo to experience the magic of Wild Lights. Beginning November 23rd the zoo is lit for the holidays on special evenings through January 5th, 2014. More than a million lights sparkle throughout the trees, buildings and animal sculptures. Zoo visitors enjoy live entertainment, ice carving and arts and crafts – fun for all ages.
Called "Detroit’s Gathering Place," Campus Martius Park continues to draw crowds even in winter. The Rink at Campus Martius Park on the north lawn offers outdoor ice skating during winter months in the heart of downtown Detroit. During the holiday season skate in the shadows of Detroit’s 60-foot holiday tree topping the Woodward Fountain.
West of Detroit, at the crossroads of Interstate 94 and Interstate 275, the community of Romulus and Wayne County launch the holiday season at Merriman Hollow Park for Lightfest 2013. Join the fun in Westland on Hines Drive, starting the evening of November 14th. Lightfest events include live music and entertainment, refreshments and fireworks. The light show includes four miles of displays and animation lit through December 31st.
North of Detroit Macomb County, suburbs including Roseville and Sterling Heights enjoy the 2013-2014 fall and winter season at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts. Performing arts enthusiasts enjoy concerts by the likes of Macomb Symphony Orchestra, the Warren Symphony Orchestra and the Macomb Ballet Company. See the Macomb Ballet Company perform The Nutcracker December 20th and 21st.
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