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Soap-Making 101 Workshop

New St Paul Tabernacle Church of God in Christ 15340 Southfield Fwy, Detroit, MI

Have you ever wondered how to make natural handmade soap? Here is your chance! Learn to make soap the traditional way, using a method called Cold Process. This class will give you safety tips as well as a beginner's Cold Process soap recipe. Each class combines a demo and directions to make a 1/5lb batch of scented and colored soap. We will review various soap ingredients including oils and butters, and most importantly lye safety. Each student will receive a pack of handouts with recipes, ingredients, and soap making instructions. Please dress in an old long sleeved shirt, jeans or sweats. Bring rubber gloves, a face mask and goggles. Come enjoy, have fun and make natural handmade soap with me, NIEMA STONE! ​MUST BE 13 YEARS OR OLDER.

$65.00

Women’s Health Care Classic

Dearborn Country Club 800 North Military Dr., Dearborn, MI

Benefitting women’s breast cancer programs within Beaumont hospitals Dearborn, Trenton, Taylor and Wayne The Women’s Health Care Classic is a two-course event providing an opportunity for community members from all across southeastern Michigan to enjoy a day of golf, as well as breakfast, lunch, cocktail hour, gifts, auction and dinner. During the cocktail reception at the Dearborn Country Club, the lives of three remarkable women that were strong supporters of WHCC will be honored: Dolores Pfeffer, Nancy Zakar and Dr. Sheryl Conn. Karen Wilson Smithbauer and Drs. Harris, Birkhill, Wang, Songe & Assoc are the title sponsors of this annual event. Locations: Dearborn Country Club (women only), 800 N Military St, Dearborn, MI 48124 TPC Michigan (men and women), 1 Nicklaus Dr, Dearborn, MI 48120 Registration/Sponsorships: Beaumont.org/WHCC

THE JOURNEY TO REPARATIONS SERIES: YES TO FAIRNESS with DETROIT SPEAKS

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

Featuring attorney Todd Perkins and Michigan Democrat Black Caucus Leader Keith Williams, this panel discussion will center on local reparations initiatives, the "Yes to Fairness" proposal, and the Charter Commission verbiage on Reparations initiative; both are slated to be on the November ballots under Detroit's local election. The panelists will discuss the motivation, goals and impact of these local reparations initiatives, as it relates to Detroit's unique history in the Reparations movement. Virtual viewing options are also available.

The Journey to Reparations Series: Yes to Fairness with Detroit Speaks

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

Featuring attorney Todd Perkins and Michigan Democrat Black Caucus Leader Keith Williams, this panel discussion will center on local reparations initiatives, the "Yes to Fairness" proposal, and the Charter Commission verbiage on Reparations initiative; both are slated to be on the November ballots under Detroit's local election. The panelists will discuss the motivation, goals and impact of these local reparations initiatives, as it relates to Detroit's unique history in the Reparations movement. Virtual viewing options are also available.

THE JOURNEY TO REPARATIONS SERIES: YES TO FAIRNESS with DETROIT SPEAKS

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

Featuring attorney Todd Perkins and Michigan Democrat Black Caucus Leader Keith Williams, this panel discussion will center on local reparations initiatives, the "Yes to Fairness" proposal, and the Charter Commission verbiage on Reparations initiative; both are slated to be on the November ballots under Detroit's local election. The panelists will discuss the motivation, goals and impact of these local reparations initiatives, as it relates to Detroit's unique history in the Reparations movement. Virtual viewing options are also available.

The Journey to Reparations Series: Yes to Fairness with Detroit Speaks

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

Featuring attorney Todd Perkins and Michigan Democrat Black Caucus Leader Keith Williams, this panel discussion will center on local reparations initiatives, the "Yes to Fairness" proposal, and the Charter Commission verbiage on Reparations initiative; both are slated to be on the November ballots under Detroit's local election. The panelists will discuss the motivation, goals and impact of these local reparations initiatives, as it relates to Detroit's unique history in the Reparations movement. Virtual viewing options are also available.

Wild Game Dinner at Meadow Brook Hall

Meadow Brook Hall and Gardens 350 Mansion Dr.Rochester,

Take a walk on the culinary wild side at Meadow Brook Hall’s biggest annual fundraising experience—refreshed for 2021—the Wild Game Dinner & Auction. The event on Thursday, Sept. 23, features a strolling dinner, unique auction items and live music all set against the iconic backdrop of the National Historic Landmark, located in Rochester on the campus of Oakland University. “Meadow Brook’s Wild Game Dinner is an evening you won’t soon forget,” said Shannon O’Berski, external relations director at Meadow Brook Hall. “Not only is the experience itself a unique night out, but every ticket has a big impact on Meadow Brook itself. As a self-supporting museum and cultural institution, we rely on touring, special events and community support keep our doors open—particularly as we continue to feel the impact of the pandemic. At Meadow Brook, every ticket counts and every dollar makes a difference.” New this year will be a live performance from the local Americana band Athens Creek. Meadow Brook’s in-house chef has curated a strolling dinner menu featuring inventive takes on wild game cuisine, such as braised bison brisket chili and elk short rib ravioli with fortified tomato broth & shaved romano. The evening will feature cocktails, hors […]

$150

Spirit of Manresa Banquet 2021

Shenandoah Country Club 5600 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI

Spirit of Manresa Banquet at Shenandoah Country Club, West Bloomfield. 6:00 PM Thursday, September 23. Keynote speaker Br. Jim Boynton, SJ, author, fiddle-player, teacher and acting principal at U of D Jesuit High School on Digitus Dei / The Finger of God. Event includes a 50/50 raffle. Doors open at 5:00 PM for guests to enjoy the Chaldean Cultural Center. Tickets from $150; purchase at manresa-sj.org/2021banquet-tickets or call the office at 248.644.4933 Ext 100.

DLECTRICITY

Midtown Detroit

Stunning outdoor art and light installations will illuminate Midtown Detroit this September with the return of DLECTRICITY which last awed audiences in 2017. Produced by Midtown Detroit, Inc. (MDI) – and supported by the DTE Energy Foundation, the event’s presenting sponsor -- the outdoor nighttime festival of art and light will take place in safe, open spaces throughout the Cultural Center District and Beacon Park, Sept. 24 and 25, 2021. DLECTRICITY is free to the public.

Free

DLECTRICITY

Midtown Detroit

Stunning outdoor art and light installations will illuminate Midtown Detroit this September with the return of DLECTRICITY which last awed audiences in 2017. Produced by Midtown Detroit, Inc. (MDI) – and supported by the DTE Energy Foundation, the event’s presenting sponsor -- the outdoor nighttime festival of art and light will take place in safe, open spaces throughout the Cultural Center District and Beacon Park, Sept. 24 and 25, 2021. DLECTRICITY is free to the public.

Free