EVENTS & ATTRACTIONS

Look what's new
this spring!

FARMERS' MARKET

June 15 - October 26, 2019

We're excited to announce the Highland Farmers' Market will be begin June 15th through October 26th in Downtown Highland, at the Milford and Livingston Roads intersection.

We're looking for vendors, volunteers, etc.

Like the Facebook page and Follow on Instagram Highland Farmers' Market Michigan to keep up with all the fun.

FOUNDERS DAY FESTIVAL & PARADE

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May 18, 2019

Plant Sale, Fire Hall Tours, KIDS ZONE,  Parade, Train Rides, Scavenger Hunt, Historical Society Exhibits and Activity, Craft Fair, Veteran’s Ceremony and much more!

SOUNDS LIKE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES-2019

Every Tuesday - All concerts start at 7:00pm

July 9:      Itchycoo Park Band-
July 16:     II V I (Big Band)
July 23:    Toppermost (Beatles Tribute)
July 30:    Nick Palise (Pop, Soul)
Aug. 6:     In Flight (Soul, Motown, Funk)
Aug 13:    Gypsey & the Rockers (Country, Pop, Rock)
Enjoy a great summer evening in Highland Station!
Veterans Park corner of W. Livingston and John Street
Also, we are always looking for volunteers, want to help out with a show or two?
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Thank you sponsors!

A-Better Exterior
Five Star Supply
All State Painting, LLC
Asa R. Smith-Mobil Gas
Colasanti's Produce & Plants
Donna Charlick-ReMax
Duke's
Fragments
Highland White Lake Business Association
Huron Valley Chamber of Commerce
Huron Valley State Bank
Huron Valley Council for the Arts
Karen's School of Dance
Maher Feed & Pet Supply
R.J. Miller, P.C.
Rennovations - Deanne Law
Szott Dodge

RED WHITE & BLUES FESTIVAL

RED WHITE AND BLUES

June 29, 2019

Fireworks at dusk
Music
Food Vendors
Children Activities
Join in on the fun!

SUMMER SIDEWALK SALE

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July 19-20, 2019

All your favorite Downtown Highland Merchants will be offering amazing sales and discounts!

Participating businesses include:

Five Star Supply-Will be hosting their Customer Appreciation Day on Friday with FREE Hot dogs, Chips and Pop!

Home Again Decor-Furniture and Boutique

Huron Valley Council for the Arts

Fragments

Odds and Ins

Earth-n-Soul will be offering 20% off T-shirt’s, tapestries, and Mexican blankets.

Maher Feed and Pet Supply

Freedom Treasures

SHOP SMALL

Small Business Saturday-November 30th, 2019

Enjoy shopping and dining in Downtown Highland for the holiday season. Shop Small, Saturday November 30th.

Visit our welcome station at Maher Feed & Pet Supply, pick up your shopping passport, goody bags and more! Visit all the locations and enter to win a gift basket valued at over $150.00!

More information to come

 

 

 

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LADIES NIGHT OUT

December 5, 2019 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Grab your girlfriends and join the merchants of Downtown Highland for a night filled with special sales, freebies, and complimentary snacks & beverages. Browse the season’s latest trends and conquer your holiday shopping. The first 50 participants will receive a free gift for participating. Complimentary shuttle service from Community Transportation will be provided for the evening.

The first 50 participants can grab a FREE Goodie Bag at our Check-in Station located at The Huron Valley Council for the Arts, 205 West Livingston Road.

Participating Businesses include:

TBD

 

Dec. 6th5 8p.m.(1)

FESTIVAL OF TREES

Now's your chance to join in the fun in Downtown Highland Station.

Trees will be decorated along the sidewalks in Downtown Highland Station.

See the attached link below for sponsorship information.  Tree's can be decorated by local families, clubs or businesses.

Trees are lit from the December 1st through December 31st. To reserve a tree, download the Rules & Guidelines for decorating and the registration form below.

TREE LIGHTING with SING ALONG

December 2, 2019

7:00 p.m.

Veterans Park/Highland Station House

Holiday Sing-along with area Elementary School Students

Visit with Santa

Crafts

Light Refreshments Served

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ATTRACTIONS

Huron Valley Council for the Arts (HVCA)

Highland State Recreation Area

Veteran’s Park: on the corner of W. Livingston and N. John