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Ann Arbor Antiques Market

Sun., April 23, 10 a.m.

For 49 years the Ann Arbor Antiques Market has been committed to bringing a quality antique market to this area. We continue to be grateful for. our wonderful dealers and dedicated public who continue to partner with us, making 49 years possible.Quality Antiques, Jewelry, Paintings, Mid-century, Industrial design, Vintage, Folk art, Re-purposed and more.... We have it all inside our buildings and in our tents. Admission is still $6, free parking and kids admitted free. $6

Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds (map)
5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd.
Greater Ann Arbor Area
phone (734) 327-2031

5th Annual Spring Holistic Psychic Expo by Intuitives Interactive

Sun., April 23, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
phone 734-358-0218
intuitivesinteractive@hotmail.com

@ Amy Garber, Eastern Michigan University Student Center 900 Oakwood Street, Ypsilanti MI 48197
One of the largest psychic fairs in Michigan! Come enjoy a weekend of fun and excitement with nearly 100 vendors of metaphysical products and services just for you! See readers, mediums, medical intuitives, aura photography, energy work, crystals, jewelry, and all kinds of holistic and spiritual offerings.  FREE presentations with Expo admission. Gallery Readings with messages from loved ones in spirit for many audience members, including special presentation with Lori Lipten. Ample free parking. Quiet, private Reader Room with concierge service! Sponsored by Crazy Wisdom Bookstore & Tea Room and Body $10 for one day, $15 weekend pass, College students $8, kids ages 12-17 $5, kids under 12 free

http://HolisticPsychicExpo.com
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Great Lakes Depression Glass Show And Sale

Sun., April 23, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
phone 248-495-6142
gldgctroy@gmail.com
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The Great Lakes Depression Glass Collectors Club presents our 43nd Annual Depression & Elegant Glass Show & Sale to be held at United Food & Commercial Workers Union Building at 876 Horace Brown Dr in Madison Heights, MI. This year’s show is Saturday April 22 and Sunday April 23. Expert Glass Repair will be available on site. For more information on this event, visit our website www.depressionglassclub.com or Facebook page Great Lakes Depression Glass Collectors Club. Those interested may also send an e-mail to gldgctroy@gmail.com or contact Michelle at (248) 495-6142 $5

http://www.depressionglassclub.com

Fire & Water

Sun., April 23, 2:30-4:30 p.m.
phone 519-973-1238 ex. 2
boxoffice@windsorsymphony.com

@ Leamington United Mennonite Church, 78 Oak Street East, Leamington
Handel’s Water Music Suite no. 2 and Telemann’s Water Music Suite paired with Haydn’s Symphony no. 59, “Fire.” What could make this elemental evening even more enchanting? Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto performed by our very own Lillian Scheirich. Early bird $35 adult, $39 at the door, student and senior rates available

http://windsorsymphony.com/
Fire & Water
Mondays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through May 28
phone 519-253-1812
wmuseum@citywindsor.ca

Experience this new travelling exhibit from the Royal Ontario Museum that explores forgeries and the length forgers will take to deceive the public. This interactive exhibit features all kinds of real and fake objects from historical and cultural artifacts to household items and brand names. Learn how to tell a fake from an authentic item and have fun trying to guess which objects are the real deal. School programming available. www.museumwindsor.ca $5.00

http://www.museumwindsor.ca
Museum Windsor (map)
401 Riverside Drive West
Canada

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre

Sun., April 23, 2:30 p.m.

The photo really says it all, doesn’t it? This colorful stage performance is more than what it appears on its aesthetically pleasing surface, however. The program features a work called “r-Evolution, Dream,” which was inspired by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speeches and sermons. The show as a whole will serve as a relevant work that explores themes of social justice while also honoring legendary jazz musicians like Ella Fitzgerald and Dizzy Gillespie. According to a press release, the company is recognized by U.S. Congress as a vital American “Cultural Ambassador to the World,” and is known for celebrating the African-American cultural experience and the American modern dance tradition. Tickets start at $30

Detroit Opera House (map)
1526 Broadway
Downtown Detroit
phone (313) 961-3500
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre

Screw it: Doin Time on the Line

Sun., April 23, 2 p.m.
phone 313-309-9622

So many of us can relate to the real life experience of working on the line at an automotive plant in Detroit. Michigander and former factory worker Tim Campos transformed his experience into a one-man stage show that fully encapsulates the highs and lows of such work. During the fast-paced shows he becomes 45 different characters, all of which are sure to resonate with the audience. The show’s so popular, it’s even been selected for the United Solo Festival, the world’s largest solo performance festival, which takes place in New York City. $13.50

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Marlene Boll Theatre (map)
1401 Broadway
Downtown Detroit
phone (313) 223-2753 (FAX); (313)
Screw it: Doin Time on the Line

Sister Act

Sun., April 23, 2 p.m.

Based on the 1992 cinematic masterpiece (OK, maybe we’re being a tad generous) starring Whoopie Goldberg, this musical stage show is extra special as the production includes a special closing run at the Redford Theatre. The North Rosedale Park Players will perform this weekend’s shows at their playhouse before moving to Old Redford for its final weekend. The play stars Carman Cooper as Deloris Van Cartier and is directed by Motor City Youth Theatre co-founder Nancy Florkowski. Tickets are $20

Discover Oak Park: Local Business Pop-up Shops

Sun., April 23, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
phone 248-965-2832
info@studio8700.com
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Support Oak Park! Discover the local businesses within our neighborhood. Join Studio 8700 on Sunday, April 23, for "Discover Oak Park - Local Business Pop-up Shops". Oak Park is full of amazing entrepneurs, small businesses and services. Join us as we join together to share with you what each of us has to offer. ****FREE SWAG BAG TO THE FIRST 100 PEOPLE THROUGH THE DOOR!**** FREE

https://www.facebook.com/events/1250189475079775/
Studio 8700 (map)
8700 W. Nine Mile Road
Greater Royal Oak Area
phone 248-965-2832
Discover Oak Park: Local Business Pop-up Shops

African American Pioneers in Medicine

Sun., April 23, 1-4 p.m.
phone 313-833-1805

In this combination exhibition and program at the Detroit Historical Museum, participants will learn about African American pioneers in medicine in Detroit and Michigan. Native Detroiter Dr. Anita Moncrease, who was the first African American to complete the Harvard/ Commonwealth fund fellowship in Minority Health Policy, will share her exhibition. It chronicles the struggles and achievements black doctors faced to practice their profession. Then, descendants of Detroit’s pioneering black doctors, including Joseph Ferguson, James Ames, Albert Henry Johnson, and Charles Williams, will share their families’ stories. 0

https://detroithistorical.org/detroit-historical-museum/events-calendar/events-listing/african-american-pioneers-medicine
Detroit Historical Museum (map)
5401 Woodward Ave.
Midtown
phone (313) 833-1805; (313) 833-5342 (FAX)
African American Pioneers in Medicine

String Prep Academy Recitals

Sun., April 23, 1 p.m.

Free

Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings presents: Choose Your Own Adventure

Sun., April 23, 2-5 p.m.
phone 248-559-2095
intern1@art-ops.org

Concert Sponsored by Schecter Investment Advisors Here’s your chance to perform with DCWS! Enjoy an interactive concert featuring Elliot Schwartz’s Music for Audience and Soloist, a piece that puts you in the spotlight. You’ll snap, clap, and hum to create original melodies as DCWS bassoonist and saxophonist Marcus Schoon adds a layer of improvisation. Concert preview at 2:15 p.m. Sponsored by Macro Connect In conversation: Conductor Craig Kirchhoff with H. Robert Reynolds Regular $25, Senior $22, Student $10 (All tickets $5 more at the door)

http://detroitchamberwinds.org
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Kirk In the Hills Sanctuary (map)
1340 W. Long Lake Rd.
Greater Birmingham Area
phone (248) 626-2515; (248) (FAX)
Detroit Chamber Winds & Strings presents: Choose Your Own Adventure

Ferndale Community Concert Band Concert Featuring Guest Musician, Joe Broom, U of M, on Tuba & Euphonium

Sun., April 23, 3-5 p.m.
phone 313-549-9244
fcconcertband@gmail.com

@ Ferndale High School Auditorium, 881 Pinecrest, Ferndale, Michigan 48220
The Ferndale Community Concert Band will perform with Kevin "Joe" Broom, guest musician from the University of Michigan. He is the 2016 Euphonium Artist, Gold Medalist of the Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival. FREE Admission; Donations Appreciated

http://www.fcconcertband.org

4th Annual Conquering Cancer One Laugh at a Time Comedy Event benefiting Greater Rochester Relay for Life

Sun., April 23, 7-10:30 p.m.
phone 248-840-8136
sparkle.network3@gmail.com
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Event hosted by Relay for Life Teams Little Princess & Hope Givers. This show is for 18 and older please. This is also a Dine & Donate event where a portion of all food/drink purchased during event will go back to charity as well. The lineup is Moe Lietz as host/MC, Special Guest Bret Hayden, featuring comics Khurum Sheikh, Chris Young and JD "the smile hustler". They are all on all the social media platforms of Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to check out their style of humor which is all unique to each one of them. 20.00

http://laughatcancer4.bpt.me
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Rochester Mills Beer Co. (map)
400 Water St.
Greater Rochester Area
phone (248) 650-5080; (248) 650-5081 (FAX)
4th Annual Conquering Cancer One Laugh at a Time Comedy Event benefiting Greater Rochester Relay for Life

Paula Cole

Sun., April 23, 7:30 p.m.

$25

The Ark (map)
316 S. Main St.
Downtown Ann Arbor
phone (734) 763-8587
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