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Our Town Show & Sale 2020

Virtual

Introducing Our Town Art Show & Sale 2020! The 35th Our Town Art Show & Sale will be like none before because we’re bringing the show to you! In the interest of community health, this year’s show will be a virtual display online, but your ability to purchase and own over 300 works of art by more than 100 amazing local artists is as real as it gets! This year, Our Town's focus is all about supporting our local artists and aiding them during this time. Starting September 10th through September 30th, you can view the skills and the talents of our region’s many talented artists and purchase a work of art. Please help support our local artists! Click Here for More Information: https://www.communityhouse.com/event/our-town-art-show-sale/

OUR TOWN Art Show & Sale – VIRTUAL!

The Community House, Birmingham MI 380 South Bates Street, Birmingham

SEPTEMBER 10 – SEPTEMBER 30, 2020 The Community House Supporting our local artists is a long-standing mission of The Community House and the core mission of OUR TOWN, and it has never been more important than now. After much discussion and deliberation, we believe the 35th Annual OUR TOWN Art Show & Sale must go on! Thanks to the incredible support from DeRoy Testamentary Foundation and the Bank of Ann Arbor – Birmingham, and out of an abundance of safety and caution, The Community House has decided to hold this year’s show and sale virtually online from September 10th-30th, allowing art enthusiasts the opportunity to appreciate the skills and the talents of our region’s many brilliant artists and to purchase a work of art themselves. The 35th annual juried art show includes over 300 works of art ranging from paintings, pastels, sculptures, photography, fiber works, jewelry, and mixed media, all created by our talented Michigan artists. Sixty-five percent of the proceeds from the art sales will go directly to our region’s artists! Check back here on September 10 when the show goes live for a link to check out the show and purchase works of art. To purchase a piece […]

Voting Matters

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History 315 East Warren Avenue, Detroit

Voting Matters is an interactive multimedia exhibition that illustrates the work of African Americans from pre-Reconstruction through the present day, in the development of the basic principles and values surrounding our current understanding of what it means to have the “right to vote” in democratic societies around the world. This modular exhibition consists of five parts: Pre-Reconstruction/Reconstruction (1870-1877), Post-Reconstruction (1888 - Today), The Women’s Suffrage Movement, Electoral College, and Gerrymandering.

$10

Women Rock Science Virtual Gala

Virtual

Women Rock Science is an interactive experience to raise funds in support of Cranbrook Institute of Science’s “Service to Other’s” initiatives, and to celebrate those who are champions of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM). Currently, nearly 34,000 of Michigan’s PreK-12 students each year benefit from outreach programs delivered by Cranbrook Institute of Science. The goal of Women Rock Science is to raise funds in support of these initiatives, and to celebrate inspirational leaders in STEAM.   Women Rock Science Co-Chairs Adele Acheson Kelle Ilitch Kim Reuss Linzie Venegas WOMEN ROCK SCIENCE SPONSORS 2020 Science Sponsor DTE Foundation Engineering Sponsors Adele and Mike Acheson Forevermark Diamonds Ideal Group PNC Bank Media Sponsor WDET - 101.9-FM Arts Sponsors Gretchen and Ethan Davidson Kelle and Chris Ilitch Marla and Cyrus Karimipour Kim and Mark Reuss Joseé-Anne and Mark Wakefield Mathematics Sponsors Ally Financial Anonymous Emily and Henry Ford, III Amy and Todd Francis Mikki Gardner Jennifer and Dan Gilbert Linda and Roderick Gillum Karyn Lyon Glover and Donald Glover Shelley and Bill Goldsmith Jennifer and Chris Granger Jeneanne and Steven Hanley Roz and Scott Jacobson Barbara Askar Kouza and Christopher Kouza Dana and Glenn Kunnath Barbara Yolles Ludwig and William Ludwig Lois and Eugene Miller […]

The Top Hat Ball

The Fillmore 2115 Woodward Ave, Detroit

Experience the extraordinary, expect the unexpected, and see how hope changes everything.   Join the Society of St. Vincent de Paul Detroit at The Fillmore in downtown Detroit for the Top Hat Ball.   www.tophatball.com

$250

Dutton Farm Presents A Celebration of Progress: A Pathway to Inclusion & Steps Toward Equality Online Virtual Experience

Virtual

Dutton Farm, a nonprofit dedicated to seeing all people with disabilities treated with equality, announces its first-ever Celebration of Progress presented by Trion Solutions. Held on October 22 at 6:30pm and again on October 23 at 10:30am, Celebration of Progress: A Pathway to Inclusion & Steps Toward Equality will be an online virtual experience allowing guests to learn more about the history of disability advocacy in America, the progress that has been made, and the pathway to the future of equality. For over ten years, Dutton Farm has firmly advocated that every person has the right to equal opportunities, meaningful work, and a right to make their own decisions. Founded in 2010 by Michele Smither and her Jenny Brown to establish a supportive community for their daughter and sister Rebecca ‘Becca’ Smither, Dutton Farm has grown into a place where adults with disabilities find the resources, skills and hope to live out their dreams. Often, that dream is as simple as earning a paycheck. In commemoration of Dutton Farm’s 10th anniversary, the nonprofit is asking community members and advocates from across the country to join as experts present a sober tribute to the continued struggle for civil rights and quality […]

Harvest Treats

MI

RTTM Community Center is hosting our Annual Harvest Treats Giveaway community event on October 31 2020 to pass out treats to the residents of Van Dyke and the District 3 area of Detroit. We are striving to make a difference and impact in the lives of inner city residents of Detroit. Many parents worry about sending their children out to "Trick-or-Treat". They worry about what their children are receiving, who they are receiving the treats from, and about the people they come across but despite these concerns, many parents ultimately allow their children to go out. We are located on Detroit's Eastside, a commonly overlooked and avoided neighborhood. We strive to provide the community a safe, loving, fully stocked buffet of treats and eats that are in their own backyard. With enormous pride, we take this opportunity to introduce ourselves as one-stop, wholesome, furnished, smorgasbord of all the desired harvest treats and eats for the community we serve.

Free

Winter Bridal Celebrations

TCF Center (Fromlly Cobo Center) 1 Washington Blvd, Detroit

This is the big one! Get the best idea’s from the best wedding pro’s. See the biggest displays. it’s Michigan’s largest bridal expo, see more, win more, learn more, Win $25,000 for your wedding. See Metro Detroit’s top Choreographed fashion show, Seminars by The Knot featuring Channel 955’s Shannon Murphy. It’s Michigan’s largest, It’s Michigan’s best. It’s the better bridal show!