Ski Brule, the first ski area to open in Michigan this season, is dressed for the holidays with lots of activities for the entire family.  There will be something going on nightly throughout the holiday period.

Tree decorating, kicking off the holidays, takes place Christmas Eve in the Brule Saloon. There will be nightly skiing, riding, and tubing.  Lift tickets and tubing passes will be $5.  Marshmallow roasts, reservations required, will be taking place on selected nights as well as the Homestead BBQs and sleigh rides.  Torchlight parades will take place at 9 p.m.  Dec. 29 and 31 and Jan. 2 and 3. 

A spaghetti dinner Dec. 30 and pizza dinner Jan. 1 - both $7 per person - take place at Hillside Dining.

A buffet family dinner is set for New Year's Eve in Brule Lodge from 6-9 p.m., and Brule's famous BBQ dinner will be served in the Homestead Lodge from 5-8 p.m.  Night skiing and riding takes place from 4:30-8:30 p.m. followed by a torchlight parade and fireworks at 9 p.m.  The best view of the fireworks display is from Brule Saloon where a DJ will be holding court with music and dancing to celebrate the arrival of the New Year. 

Purchase Ski Brule advanced lift tickets prior to Dec 24 for $30. This is a savings of $10 per ticket, and are valid anytime this season.

Readers named Ski Brule their Favorite Midwest Resort in OnTheSnow.com's 2009 Visitor Choice Awards.

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