Spring Into History
CHECK US OUT IN DETROIT!!! LAUNCHING SUMMER OF 2016
Welcome to Reborn Magazine. A publication dedicated to the rebirth and re-emergence of Dearborn and Metro Detroit. Started in 2011, our magazine has been the billboard for cities that once were the pinnacle of business and are becoming once again in 2015. Reborn Magazine is committed to becoming a valuable resource for local business owners to showcase their business and create a footprint in the community.
Does it get any more vintage Detroit than Eastern Market?!? With weekly events hosting vendors and locals peddling their wares, it has become an iconic sign of the rebirth of Detroit. But it wasn't just another week at the E. Market as last weekend marked the arrival of the annual Brewers Guild Fall Beer Festival.
Michigan is in the midst of a beer brewing movement and this festival seems to be ground zero for beer connoisseurs looking to find all their vices in one location. With popular shops like Detroit's HopCat and arguably Michigan's most powerful brewer Founders, it's no wonder this event drew almost 9,000 attendees this year!!!
The event is extremely well ran and organized so don't shy away from the large crowds or chilly weather. With all the amenities and precautions properly considered, the Brewers Guild Fall Beer Festival shows guests great hospitality and a great time! -Cheers
Shanty Creek Resorts is the premiere destination for those looking to fully enjoy Michigan's beautiful winters. Shanty Creek and Schuss Mt offer pristine conditions and accommodations in Michigan's recreational North! Indulge in multiple ski runs, cross country skiing, tubing, and dog sled rides that will put a smile on the face of those young and old.
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Sardine Special – Mar 18
Stuff as many people as you can into your vehicle and pay only one price ($59) for a carload of lift tickets!
Slush Cup – March 5
One of Michigan’s most popular winter events for 46 years. Watch the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat as skiers and riders attempt to cross an icy 40′ pond. Some take it to another level with crazy costumes. Other events include a frozen fish toss, snow shovel racing and a seal slide-—all part of the traditional wild and crazy weekend.