Everything you need to know about 2019 Noel Night in Detroit’s Midtown
DETROIT – Each year for the past 46 years, Noel Night has descended upon Midtown and blessed our holiday season with horse-drawn carriages, hot chocolate, roasted almonds and magic shows. Midtown Detroit Inc., which organizes Noel Night each year, announced new daytime hours last year, a measure put in place after four teenagers were shot during Noel Night in 2017. Hours for the event are split 1-7 p.m. north of Warren Avenue and 5-10 p.m. south of Warren Avenue. At nearly eighty years old, Ural Thomas is a hot soul shouter and velvety-smooth crooner from Portland, Oregon. (9 p.m.)For a complete list of performances and exhibits to check out tomorrow click here.
Noel Night in Midtown Detroit
Treat yourself to a night filled with cheer and the holiday spirit at the 47th annual Noel Night on Dec. 7, 2019, in Detroit's Midtown district. More than 100 organizations, museums, shops, restaurants and more come together to open the 47th annual Noel Night, Dec. 7, 2019, brought to life by the nonprofit organization Midtown Detroit, Inc.During the day, from 1-7 p.m., cultural institutions and museums like the Detroit Institute of Arts, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History and the Michigan Science Center open their doors to the public for the free open house. After, from 5-10 p.m. Midtown Detroit comes to life with yuletide treats, childrens activities, shopping and so much more. Aside from the big venues open for the night, families can swing through other midtown favorites including local shops like Detroit Yoga Lab, City Bird and Nest, among others plus plenty of restaurants, too. For more details on the 47th annual Noel Night in Midtown Detroit, or for information on other family fun things to do this weekend, visit the Metro Parent calendar.metroparent.com