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HUCKLEBERRY RAILROAD AND CROSSROADS VILLAGE

by Leslie Cordova

This holiday fantasyland features over 600,000 lights and Michigan’s most spectacular moving light display, the Huckleberry Railroad. The entire village is aglow with colored lights and more lights decorate the railroad’s locomotive, coaches and trackside displays.

Costumed villagers prepare for the holidays in the village’s homes and shops. The Colwell Opera House presents live entertainment and Santa talks with the children. Model trains, craft demonstrations, holiday music and unique shopping opportunities delight all ages.

We are planning to meet at the gate at 4:00, tour the village and take the 6:40 train ride. Advanced reservations for the train are recommended. I will make a reservation for dinner at 8:30 at Billy’s Roadhouse, just 2 miles away. Please let me know if you are joining us for dinner, so I can reserve enough seats.

The cost for all this fun is $10.75 adults, $9.75 seniors (60+), $8.50 children (3-12). Dinner costs are additional. This is a non-SOLAR trip, so bring your friends, family and co-wokers. Contact Leslie Cordova (248) 547-5626 or lesliegene@aol.com if you are interested in attending.

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