Midtown was filled with the joyous sounds of the holiday season as people came to celebrate the 44th annual Noel Night. The event brought about 70,000 people to the city of Detroit. The Science Center, The Detroit Institute of Arts, The Historical Museum and even The Detroit Public Library opened its doors to all guests to experience what cultural elements the city has to offer.

The event welcomed people of all ages, families were able to enjoy the sounds of local high school marching bands and Christmas Carols sung by the Salvation Army.

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Vendors lined the streets of Woodward for guests to have the option to purchase mini donuts, roasted almonds, kettle corn and much more.

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Alicia Marks, who has come to Noel Night several times in the past few years said “it’s good to see the city thriving and bringing people together, especially for the holiday season.”

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Overall, Noel Night brought out many smiles and laughs for all of its guests, the hustle and bustle of Midtown was a sight to see. The CW50 Street Team had a great time ringing in the holiday season with so many great Michiganders!