BRIDGMAN — Holiday Village festivities returned to downtown Bridgman on Saturday, December 11.

The event, organized and operated by the Greater Bridgman Area Chamber and Growth Alliance, an affiliate of the Southwest Michigan Regional Chamber, provided family fun with events such as a pop-up holiday market at American Legion Post 331 and food trucks; Pictures with Santa at Accents; Story time with Mrs. Claus and cookie decorating at The Sandpiper; caroling; a pet photo booth at Transient Artisan Ales; Paint your own ornament at Rebecca’s Ceramics; Warm spiced cranberry wine at Lazy Ballerina; live music at the Weko Beach House; and a tree-lighting ceremony with Bridgman royalty.

The Holiday Village overcame a high-wind event that caused event originally scheduled in an inflatable igloo to be moved to other locations.

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