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Join in the fun this Saturday from 1-5 p.m. for Chili’in the Ville in downtown Northville! Our friendly firefighters will be making the chili and many local restaurants will also be participating with delicious food.
And the Dancing Eye Gallery is ready! Red hot gifts are just waiting for you!
Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 26 to be in downtown Northville from 1-5 p.m. Sample a variety of chilis from local restaurants with your purchased ticket and vote for your favorite! A fun way to ward off the cold weather and heat up your tastebuds!
According to the Chinese Zodiac, the Year of the Tiger begins on February 1. Those born in the tiger year are said to be natural leaders, strong, assertive, brave and inspiring. If you were born in 1926, 1938, 1950, 1962, 1974, 1998 or 2010 you were born during the Year of the Tiger. The Dancing Eye Gallery can help with some gift ideas for a tiger-year birthday.
Though this first full moon of the new year (visible tonight through Wednesday morning), is often nicknamed the Wolf Moon and thought to be connected to wolves’ increased howling in the cold winter months due to hunger, we now know that wolves’ howling is more of a territorial act as they make their presence known. Howl if you must, but know, too, that astrologically this January moon (aka Ice Moon, Old Moon, Snow Moon) brings a sense of self-illumination as in ‘new year, new me.” A time to be a bit more introspective and to nurture yourself. Nurturing … a perfect segue to Valentine’s Day! The moon can say many things in love and be very romantic!
This week we celebrate two holidays: Thanksgiving and Hanukkah. Thanksgiving, celebrated this Thursday, is traditionally centered around a huge turkey dinner enjoyed with friends and family. Hanukkah, an eight-day “festival of lights” celebration beginning this Sunday, focuses on a nightly lighting of the menorah, prayers and eating fried foods, especially doughnuts. Happy Thanksgiving and Happy Hanukkah to all from the Dancing Eye Gallery!