With thousands of gift ideas in one place, Modern Natural Baby is a great place to shop locally.
From Holly in northern Oakland County, to Ferndale and Detroit, Blumz by JRDesigns is here to help make the holidays merry and bright.
They’ve also curated an impressive collection of Michigan-made products such as honey, maple syrup, soup mixes, candy, nuts, seasoning, and sauces.
Clawson Makers Market opened their doors in 2019 with a business designed to feature local artists and brands.
The building is part flower shop and part boutique, with decorative items, gifts, Michigan-made snacks, local art, upcycled items, antiques, and even a section to celebrate Christmas.
The Candle Wick Shoppe in Downtown Ferndale could be just to spot to find something wonderful!
Shoppers who prefer to avoid other shoppers may contact the store about setting up a private appointment, and sales can be made over the phone with curbside pickup.
From the enclosed porch featuring locally-made, woodland-themed furniture, to two inside rooms of local products, there are many gift ideas to browse.
Kerton Lumber has been serving the Holly community since 1952, with a store full of useful things for home projects and more
“Each individual element is a story of its own. That’s the beauty of it. It shows the amazing variety and diversity of the people and events and images that make up our history.”
This increase is even more alarming as it is likely an underestimate of the actual burden of disease due to decreased testing for STDs during the pandemic.
Hamilton’s Pet Food and More has products that can keep pets and people happy.
The winning piece was a digital collage created by 8th grader Julia Markle called “Neon Thoughts.”
Broken vintage jewelry, a new craft trend seen online, is now being sold in ‘Craft Jars’ at Council ReSale in Downtown Berkley.
Check out their shop at 425 S Ortonville Rd, Ortonville, MI 48462.
“Scammers are lurking under every rock and behind every corner waiting to take advantage of unsuspecting people,” said Nessel.
Among the unique treasures are ceramics and pottery, home and garden decor, jewelry, art, up-cycled items, beauty products and more.
Because of social distancing, TLC is focusing on carryout orders, with an efficient and safe way to grab an easy lunch to go.
The panelists said there are many ways people can confront the crisis.
Hazel Park Recreation Department and the American Red Cross Michigan Region will be hosting a Blood Drive on Tuesday, December 29th