Tillson Street in Romeo has been serving up the scary for around 20 years now. In fact, in the last few years the haunted street has become so popular that the average house gets 2000 plus trick-or-treaters!
If you live in the area, this is a must see Halloween attraction. To check out pictures from years past and see the report Fox 2 Detroit did on October 27th of the scary street, click here.
T-shirts are available for purchase and all proceeds go to academic and athletic scholarships for Romeo High School students.
Tillson Street residents are AMAZING Michiganders!!!
October 28, 1912
Man and woman got married “on the fly.”
Art Smith and Aimee Cour left Fort Wayne, Indiana, in a biplane. After crash-landing on the campus of Hillsdale College, the injured couple went to a Presbyterian church where they were married, completing the first aerial elopement.
Thank you Michigan Start Pages for this glimpse into our past. See more here.
Michigan is Amazing is celebrating Halloween and wants to share in your Halloween celebrations!
Please join our Flickr group and share pictures of your Halloween festivities, decorations, and carved pumpkins.
Here’s the link to our Flickr group. Or you can email them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
October 2, 1873
The cornerstone for the new State Capitol was laid.
Thirty-five thousand spectators watched as the cornerstone for the new State Capitol was lowered into place. A box inside the stone contained forty-eight items, including a Lansing city directory, a Bible, various 1873 coins, and a pen used to sign the 1835 state constitution. The completed building was dedicated on January 1, 1879.
Thank you Michigan History Magazine for this glimpse into our past. See more at http://www.michiganhistorymagazine.com.
Hey Michiganders! It’s Labor Day weekend!
Are you looking for things to do over this long weekend before you head back to school and work? For a list of cultural and community events across the state visit www.michiganfun.com.
Downtown Detroit June 24th Fireworks
It’s that time of year…time to celebrate the Fourth of July. Everyone knows what that means…FIREWORKS!!!
The Fourth of July weekend brings many events along with the fireworks too; check out www.michiganfireworks.com for information on the happenings in your area.
Thanks to Jason Simcoke for the picture of the fireworks in downtown Detroit on June 24th.
If you have any special Michigan Fourth of July memories, stories or pictures, please send them to email@example.com