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Events for 09/24/2020
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Winding through a half-mile of dark forest in Commerce Township, Glenlore Trails, put on by Bluewater Technologies Group, is a multi-sensory, interactive experience perfect for all ages. This family-friendly installation includes the use of lights, sensor-activated shows and more to create an otherworldly environment that makes for great photos. Tickets are available online and can […]Find out more »
The Community House in Birmingham will hold this annual event to support local artists. Sixty-five percent of the proceeds from the art sales will go directly to region’s artists. The show goes live on Sept. 10; art enthusiasts may view and purchase art by going to communityhouse.com/event/our-town-art-show-sale. To purchase a piece of art, click on […]Find out more »
The Detroit Institute of Arts offers many virtual activities: Thursdays at the Museum, family fun, etc. To access, visit dia.org/art/collection, dia.org/thursdaysathome. For a schedule of activities at the museum: dia.org.Find out more »
This year, the Shul in West Bloomfield will offer many different opportunities to celebrate the Jewish holidays, meeting social distancing guidelines and Judaic laws. Pre-holiday event for Rosh Hashanah will happen the day before as a drive-thru for all your holiday needs: challah, apple, honey, honey cake, holiday guide, grape juice, kiddush cup; the use […]Find out more »
Otus Supply, a live music venue and restaurant in Ferndale, will be hosting a free streaming concert where various Metro Detroit artists will perform. Wheels of Fire will be playing a tribute to the band Cream, which was responsible for classic hits such as “White Room” and “Sunshine of Your Love.” Featuring additional talent such […]Find out more »