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Events for 09/26/2020
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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 »
The 10th annual Men’s Health Event will feature free drive-through health screenings at the Michigan State Fairgrounds. Metro Detroit-area men 18 years and older with or without insurance are invited to receive an assessment of their current health and screenings for some of the most treatable diseases. Services will include vital screenings, a bloodwork panel, […]Find out more »