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Where to Pick that Perfect Pumpkin!

PumpkinsPick that Perfect Pumpkin!

Whether you’re looking to make a delicious pie or a spooky jack o’ lantern, October would not be complete without a trip to pick the perfect pumpkin. Grab your coat and check out our local Ann Arbor area picks for this fun fall activity.

Wing Farms

Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10-6pm
Address:  5335 Dexter Rd, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103
Phone: 734-761-7578
Website:  wingfarms@gmail.com

Interesting Information: Wing Farms was originally founded in 1852 by James Wing and is still going strong. The farm is comprised of 205 acres, including the homestead. Today, corn, soybeans and hay are the main crops – along with their famous Giant Pumpkins! Be sure to check out the gift shop and free hayrides run on the hour.

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Where to Find Fresh Christmas Trees in the Ann Arbor Area

O Christmas Tree!Holiday Decorating Christmas Tree Bulb

As we wrap up Thanksgiving celebrations and enjoy the first snowfalls, chances are you will start to see some cars driving around with a Christmas tree strapped to the top. If you enjoy a live Christmas tree, you may want to check out some of these local farms that offer pre-cut and cut-your-own options that will have you rocking around your tree in no time!

Braun’s Trees

Hours: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday: 10am – Dark beginning the Friday after Thanksgiving
Address: 796 Warren Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Phone: 734-663-2717
Website: www.braunstrees.com

Interesting Information: Braun’s offers pre-cut and cut-your-own fir and spruce trees, as well as stands, wreaths, and garland. They have been offering trees since 1996 and have over 50 acres to roam. Employees will shake and bale your tree for the trip home, and friendly dogs are welcome to come along!

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Back to the Roots, downtown Chelsea

Back to the Roots, downtown Chelsea, MI | Ann Arbor Area

Back to the Roots, downtown Chelsea, MI

Hanging out in Chelsea one morning I stumbled upon this adorable cafe called Back to the Roots. The atmosphere is very cool and relaxing. They have couches and comfy seating at the back of the shop, booths and tables in the middle by the cafe & sushi bar, and the front is all fair trade retail. The staff is very friendly & helpful and the food is great!