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Holly

Holly
Holly
The Village of Holly is a historic community that has grown and developed into a charming and quaint town that offers visitors as well as residents, unique shopping, fine dining and an ample choice of outdoor recreational activities through its well maintained park system. Known throughout southeast Michigan as the "Village of Festivals," the Village of Holly is proud to be a Main Street Oakland County community.

Holly Features

From Scratch: Maggie May Swimwear

Maybe it's the vast expanse of Michigan's beachfront property. Or maybe it was just winters of wishful thinking. Either way, fashion designer Magdalena Trever decided to launch a swimwear line in the Mitten. Now, her eye-catching knit bikinis are getting gobs of attention.

Four summer festivals highlight Oakland County culture and creativity

As August winds down, it's easy to feel a sense of regret that these dog days of summer passed so quickly. With the worst of the heat behind us, it's time to celebrate Oakland County's outstanding artistic contributions. With four outdoor end-of-summer festivals to choose from, there's plenty more than good eats to satisfy every appetite -- cultural, musical, physical and historical. Read on to find out about the new and exciting offerings from this year's Arts Beats & Eats, Arts & Apples, Dragon on the Lake and Michigan Renaissance Festivals. 

Mapping Oakland County's History

The first shot of the Civil War was fired 1,000 miles from Oakland County's borders. Yet this area is brimming with Civil War tales, facts and artifacts -- now available to the public through a new digital map, Oakland County in the Civil War. By marrying technology and local history and information, the County's developing collection of interactive, digitized maps seeks to present 21st century residents with new ways to explore the 872 square miles of Oakland County.

That's a wrap: This filmmaker's new movie makes Oakland County the star

Tom Nahas knew where he wanted to shoot the majority of scenes for his first film: Oakland County, Michigan. As an Oakland County IT employee, he knew all the locations he needed were within an easy drive of his home base in Macomb. Over the course of the last six months, the 42 minute film, 'Amendment,' was shot in Rochester and Holly, as well as in the Macomb County communities of Richmond, Clinton Township, Macomb and Mt. Clemens.

That's a wrap: This filmmaker's new movie makes Oakland County the star

Tom Nahas knew where he wanted to shoot the majority of scenes for his first film: Oakland County, Michigan. As an Oakland County IT employee, he knew all the locations he needed were within an easy drive of his home base in Macomb. Over the course of the last six months, the 42 minute film, 'Amendment,' was shot in Rochester and Holly, as well as in the Macomb County communities of Richmond, Clinton Township, Macomb and Mt. Clemens.
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