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      Best local NY Eve celebration: Midland

      In Midland, first it will be ....10...9...8....

      Then it will go: BOOM!

      Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      The event is held on Main Street, from Gordon Street to Townsend Street, in Downtown Midland

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      The event is held on Main Street, from Gordon Street to Townsend Street, in Downtown Midland

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      The event is held on Main Street, from Gordon Street to Townsend Street, in Downtown Midland

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      The event is held on Main Street, from Gordon Street to Townsend Street, in Downtown Midland

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      The event is held on Main Street, from Gordon Street to Townsend Street, in Downtown Midland

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      The event is held on Main Street, from Gordon Street to Townsend Street, in Downtown Midland

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      The event is held on Main Street, from Gordon Street to Townsend Street, in Downtown Midland

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf Midland??s Downtown Development Authority organized ??Midnight on Main??: the Great Lakes Bay Region??s New Years Eve celebration to ring in 2014 with a roundup of activities that appeal to all ages. The format reaches beyond the traditional evening event, expanding into a day-long party including family-focused activities and a variety of traditional regional and cultural-themed happenings. Live entertainment, food and beverage vendors, and a countdown to a Times Square-style ball drop and fireworks at midnight are some of the festivities slated for the celebration. Did we mention that the Great Lakes Bay Region hosts the LARGEST new years eve ball drop in Michigan!?!

      ??Events like this have been held with tremendous success in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and other venues around Michigan,?? said Selina Tisdale, Executive Director of the Midland Downtown Development Authority. ??Bringing the ball drop to Midland was a great way to get people downtown, to add a fun ??family?? element to New Year??s Eve, have an adult event catered to the younger professionals and to highlight our area??s cultural diversity. It??s also a wonderful way to unite our Great Lakes Bay Region.??

      - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf

      Midland's Downtown Development Authority is sponsoring its annual "Midnight on Main" event on New Years Eve. It includes the largest local ball drop and fireworks.

      But there's so much more than that. There's live entertainment, food and fun for families.

      The event is held on Main Street, from Gordon Street to Townsend Street, in Downtown Midland - See more at: http://midnightonmain.org/site/#sthash.AsKhU69C.dpuf

      As its title suggests, it's on Main Street in Midland between Gordon and Townsend.

      For more information go here: www.midnightonmain.org