A Camel on Woodward

Too much to write about . . . Noel Night definitely had the chill of a Michigan winter, but the red sky and snow was missing to complete the picture. It was incredible wading through the throngs of people in the Main Branch of the Detroit Public Library, the Detroit Artist’s Market, MOCAD, the Streets of Old Detroit in the Historical Museum, and in the Detroit Institute of Arts. The bagpipers on Woodward were great, the sculpture competition was in full swing throughout the night, and the living Nativity scene at the corner of Woodward and Warren was a sight to see. There was a live camel, some sheep, goats, a calf, and a donkey, all penned beside singing Nativity members surrounding a plastic Jesus. The First Congregational Church on Woodward and Forest was a sight to see. It is incredibly ornate inside with the most exquisite cross light fixture.

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