As time passes, the biggest cities in the U.S. cement their mark on American culture through their entertainment, culinary, and cultural reputations. In fact, that's one of the reasons so many people commonly search for homes for rent in metropolitan areas such as Detroit -- they know exactly what to expect. Large cities have become part of the public domain, such that people from all over can discuss them with a similar knowledge of the place's attributes.
While this dependability can be a comfort to many people, others find themselves attracted to the prospect of finding something new, taking on the unknown or even better, helping to shape a smaller community. Those who rent houses in Northville, Michigan, are able to see living evidence of how the community developed a character that reflects the particular tastes and quirks of its residents.
The community events enjoyed by those renting Northville homes are frequent, with something fun happening in town just about every month. Each January, residents stay warm by attending Fire and Ice, a Chili and Salsa Cookoff combined with an ice-carving event at the town square and senior center.
Once the chill has worn off, those in Northville rental homes make use of the town's ample parks for a few very popular summertime events. These include the Art in the Sun fair in June and the Summer Friday Night Concert series, which runs from June through August. Even when the days get shorter once again, those renting Northville houses can look forward to September's Victorian Festival, which features art, music, rides, games, magic and, of course, traditional Victorian outfits throughout downtown.
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