Hop on the bus with us and roll through a million lights at the Ingleside's Country Christmas.
I love Christmas time, and since the day is only a few weeks away I wanted to share a few festive Milwaukee neon signs that always make me smile. Have YOU seen these?
For the 16th year, Miller Brewing Company transforms the valley into a festive sea of lights. "Lite Up The Valley" begins Friday, Dec. 6 and runs through Saturday, Dec. 21.
"Winter Wonders" is a nearly one-and-a-half-mile-long drive-through holiday lights experience around the Boerner Botanical Gardens, Whitnall Park and the Root River Parkway. It opens on Black Friday. We went for a little advance peek.
Milwaukee's Downtown will shine brightly Nov. 21-Jan. 1 as more than 500,000 lights and dozens of animated displays are set aglow for the 21st annual Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival.
"CBS News Sunday Morning" scans a slice of Milwaukee's Pere Marquette during an "Opinion" segment with comedian Jim Gaffigan.
Oh it will get colder. But tonight, it was 65 degrees and OnMilwaukee had a blast driving through Country Springs Hotel's Country Christmas with the windows rolled down, listening to space age Christmas carols and taking in thousands and thousands of lights.
Milwaukee will be spruced up Downtown this holiday season by putting window displays in storefronts in a campaign effort called Wish List MKE.
The magic of Christmas and the holiday season begins tonight, Thursday, Nov. 17, in Downtown Milwaukee. The City's Christmas tree is lit and more than 500,000 lights will illuminate the city at the Milwaukee Holiday Lights Kick-Off Extravaganza.
Is it OK not to decorate? Does the traffic ever get tiresome? Christy Hall Watson, who owns a home in the neighborhood of holiday light displays that draws thousands of people every season, breaks it all down.
Candy Cane Lane will celebrate 30 years this season when it plugs in the lights on Friday, Nov. 27. They will stay aglow through Sunday, Dec. 27.
Downtown may not be the first place you think of to find family-friendly holiday fun, but it should be! Milwaukee's Downtown is looking festive with holiday decorations and bustling with free and inexpensive family-friendly events throughout the entire month of December.
The Pfister Hotel has a new exterior look. The historic section of the building now features white lighting and the tower side will change colors in conjunction with various holidays and special events hosted at the hotel.
From now through Dec. 30, the Jingle Bus will operate Thursdays through Sundays from 6 to 9 p.m. from The Shops of Grand Avenue - Center Court, 275 W. Wisconsin Ave.
I've changed the way I celebrate Thanksgiving based on what's happened over the past two years - and I'm at peace with it.