(WXYZ) - If you're out exploring the Heidelberg Project, you may want to be on the look out for tiny new inhabitants.
If you look close enough, you may find tiny hidden doors around the famous neighborhood on Heidelberg Street in Detroit.
The Tiny Door Project was started by the Keebler Company. They've been helping magical elves move in around the country.
The company is encouraging families to go visit their tiny doors, leave notes on the elves' doorsteps and share photos of their experience on twitter using the hashtag #TinyDoors.
We're told that there are two tiny elf doors are at the Heidelberg Project and that they will only be there until September 15 when the elves have to move on.
Tiny Doors are set up in nine communities across the country. The project is meant to remind parents and kids alike of the magic in believing.
To learn more about the Tiny Doors Project, go here: http://tinydoorproject.com/
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