Join The Scavenger Hunt – National Travel and Tourism Week 2021!
Keep a close eye out for hidden treasures this week when you’re scrolling through your social media feed! To celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week, the Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau has teamed up with over 30 destinations around Michigan for a statewide scavenger hunt! National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW) 2021 recognizes the …more
“The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Suess The beloved Dr. Suess was born on March 2, which is why every March we honor him by designating March as National Reading Month. Reading is enjoyable at any age and …more
The Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau is excited to announce it is supporting National Plan for Vacation Day (NPVD), the annual day for Americans to plan their vacation for the entire year at the start of the year, on January 26. Though many Americans are not ready or able to take a trip just …more
For National Travel and Tourism Week, we turned to our Instagram followers to create something special. You voted for your favorite things to do around Livingston County, now here’s your perfect itinerary!
Throughout the last month, the Livingston County community has rallied together to support local businesses, health care professionals, and other essential workers. We are committed to sharing resources and ideas to for continued support of those in our community who need it most. Your acts of kindness and generosity are greatly appreciated. You can continue …more
Enjoy all the fun of the Brighton-Howell Area without ever having to leave your home! We all are looking forward to welcoming you back soon for events, biking, shopping, and good eats in the summer sun! For now, here are some activities to get the whole family excited to plan your next trip to Livingston County. …more
UPDATED: April 16, 2020 3:38pm EST Though we encourage visitors to practice social distancing as much as possible, avoiding crowds, and washing hands often, there are still ways to support Livingston County businesses. As developments around COVID-19 continue to unfold, please follow refer to guidelines from the public health authorities including the CDC, Michigan …more
To celebrate International Women’s Day, the Livingston County Convention & Visitors Bureau spoke to some of the female business owners in our communities about their company’s story, inspiration, role models, and advice. A community is stronger when its members build each other up and support each other and that’s what these business owners do. We …more
Please enjoy this guest blog from Livingston County resident, Olivia Monte. Arranging a weekly date night after having a baby can seem like it requires way more effort than ever before. Prior to having a baby, we had to be so adamant about scheduling our date nights to ensure we would make them a priority …more
Please enjoy this guest blog from local artist, Kelly Beacome, as well as photographs from other artists in the Livingston County community. Hello, my name is Kelly Beacome. I am an artist living in Howell. My parents moved to Brighton in 1979 and I have spent most of my life in this county. I met …more