Out of the many holiday events happening around the area, we've selected a few to highlight.
|This year the village of Suttons Bay is trying something a little different which community merchants are hoping will do more than just increase business. It's called the Community Sharing Program and it allows those who purchase gifts in the village during the Holiday Season to turn the reciepts in to their favorite local charity. Representatives from the charities, which include 5 churches and the Suttons Bay Volunteer Fire Department, in turn present them to the merchants who will donate 2% of the total to the charity.||
Sunday, November 24th:
Featuring complimentary refreshments, special events, giveaways and sales throughout the village.
Saturday and Sunday, November 30th and December 1st:
The official lighting of the town (rather decent of them to wait all the way till December), a visit from Santa Sunday afternoon followed by caroling with the Suttons Bay High School Band and the Village Council's annual Pizza Party.
Saturday and Sunday, December 7th and 8th:
Live performances. Also free Horse Drawn Wagon Rides will be offered from 11-4 on Saturday and Sunday!
Saturday and Sunday, December 14th and 15th:
Chocolate and shopping? Now there's a dangerous combo...
Saturday and Sunday, December 21st and 22nd:
While they could have scheduled it this past week, it's probably best to leave the big sales for those who prudently shop at the last minute.
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