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Arabic Language Courses

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Saturdays. Continues through April 22
phone (313) 582-AANM (2266)

Students are invited to register for interactive 13-week courses in Elementary Standard Arabic, offered in Adult 101, Adult 102 and Youth 101 levels at AANM. Adult course are open to ages 15+ and youth courses are available for ages 9-14. Registration deadline is Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017. For more information including course schedules, cost and registration info please visit $300 AANM Members, $350 general public (includes one-year Museum Membership)
Arab American National Museum (map)
13624 Michigan Ave.
East Downtown Dearborn
phone (313) 582-2266; (313) 582-1086 (FAX)
Arabic Language Courses
Mondays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through May 28
phone 519-253-1812

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. $5.00
Museum Windsor (map)
401 Riverside Drive West

The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin

Tuesdays-Sundays. Continues through April 9
phone 248-377-3300

Tom Durnin shows up on his son's doorstep hoping to reconnect after not speaking for 5 years. But it's complicated, Tom is a white-collar criminal, fresh off a sentence for investment fraud. And coming home means facing the biggest victims of his deceit: his family. While Tom tries to win back the respect he believes he deserves, his family is forced to face the pain caused by his crime. Will they be able to put the past behind them and find a way to fit together? “The Unavoidable Disappearance of Tom Durnin,” written by Steven Levenson, runs March 15 through April 9. $27 - $44
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Meadow Brook Theatre (map)
207 Wilson Hall
Greater Rochester Area
phone (248) 377-3300

Tall Tales and Folklore: Exploring Michigan’s Traditional Stories

Wednesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Continues through May 6
phone 586.445.7348

Michigan folklore is rich and creative. It includes characters like Paul Bunyan, mysteries like Jimmy Hoffa’s disappearance, and a legacy of folksongs. The Lorenzo Cultural Center’s exhibit examines the stories and traditional lore that help shape Michigan’s rich culture. Included will be a traveling exhibit from Michigan State University Museum and artifacts from local museums and collectors, along with displays, speakers, and performers that will teach visitors about our state’s cultural history and how it relates to our daily lives. Free
Lorenzo Cultural Center (map)
44575 Garfield Rd.
Greater Detroit Area
phone (586) 445-7348

Exhibit - Whistling Past the Undertow: Anne Lemanski & Michael McGillis

Tuesdays-Saturdays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through April 22

In Whistling Past the Undertow, artists and CCS alumni Anne Lemanski and Michael McGillis survey the teeming matrix of earth’s oceans and our dysfunctional relationship with nature via a series of colossal prints and installation.
Center Galleries (map)
301 Frederick Douglass
phone (313) 664-7800; (313) 664-7880 (FAX)
Exhibit - Whistling Past the Undertow: Anne Lemanski & Michael McGillis

Karim Rashid

Thu., March 30, 5:10 p.m.

Karim Rashid will deliver an artist talk about his experience with design as part of the Penny W. Stamps Speaker Series. Free

Michigan Theater (map)
603 E. Liberty
Downtown Ann Arbor
phone (734) 668-8480

4th Annual Parducci Tribute

Thu., March 30, 6-9 p.m.

Join us as we honor the 117th birthday of Corrado Parducci, a prolific architectural sculptor who completed over 600 commissions in his lifetime, including at iconic buildings like the Guardian, Fisher, Penobscot, Meadow Brook Hall and more. Aptly located at the Masonic Temple, the site of his first solo commission in Detroit, we will offer light fare, drinks, music and tours of the building led by Masonic Temple docents. His work covers the interior of this massive building, from arches, capitals and columns to plaster medallions, ceiling decorations and more. Everyone is welcome to attend. $55 for non-members, $45 for members
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Masonic Temple (map)
500 Temple St.
phone (313) 832-7100; (313) 832-2922 (FAX)
4th Annual Parducci Tribute

An Evening with NY Times Best Selling Author Steve Berry

Thu., March 30, 6-8 p.m.
phone 248-656-2900

International and New York Times bestselling author Steve Berry will talk about his new book, “The Lost Order” at Great Oaks Country Club, at 777 Great Oaks Boulevard in Rochester Hills for a fundraising reception and lecture and book signing to benefit Rochester Hills Public Library from 6-8 p.m. on March 30. Library card holders have an exclusive opportunity to meet Steve Berry before his lecture, during a VIP reception at 6 p.m. Tickets for the VIP event are $50, only 50 spots are available. Each attendee must have a library card. For more information, please call 248-656-2900. $50 for the pre-event. Free for the lecture
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Great Oaks Country Club (map)
777 Great Oaks Blvd
Greater Rochester Area
phone 248-651-5200
An Evening with NY Times Best Selling Author Steve Berry

Fowling to End Homelessness

Thu., March 30, 7-9 p.m.
phone 248-809-3773

Join HandUp Detroit for a night of fun as we raise money for the critical housing needs of Detroiters experiencing homelessness! We will provide food, reserved lanes for guests to play on, and a cash bar. This is a great opportunity to try Detroit's unique sport of fowling while making a difference in your community! 100% of your $25 ticket will be donated to the Metro Detroit Housing Fund and matched 1:1 by the McGregor Fund! A $50 impact! $25
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The Fowling Warehouse (map)
3901 Christopher Street
Greater Detroit Area
phone 313-264-1288
Fowling to End Homelessness

Meadow Brook Speakeasy

Thu., March 30, 7-10 p.m.
phone 248-364-6252
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Hey you mugs & molls, join us at the Meadow Brook Speakeasy! The evening will include a strolling dinner, red-hot cool jazz performed by Shahida Nurullah, “bootleg” beverages, touring and more! Feeling lucky… take your chances on the “spinning jinny.” Don your best 1920s attire! Reservations are required. $75 per person
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Meadow Brook Hall (map)
Oakland University
Greater Rochester Area
phone (248) 370-3140
Meadow Brook Speakeasy

MgMusic Songwriters' Workshop and Coffeehouse

Thu., March 30, 7 p.m.
phone 313.927.1312

This special Songwriter's Workshop edition of the MgMusic Coffeehouse features student musicians performing a variety of contemporary songs with a live band, including compositions written for this event by the students. Styles range from R&B , Jazz, Funk, Pop, and Neo-Soul. $5 general admission, $3 students and seniors
Marygrove College (map)
8425 W. McNichols
Greater Detroit Area
phone (313) 927-1200
MgMusic Songwriters' Workshop and Coffeehouse

Sean Blackman's In Transit Detroit ~ Brazil Detroit Fusion

Thu., March 30, 7-11 p.m.

This month we'll feature Detroit's funkiest rhythm section with the sounds and aesthetics of Brazil. On Thursday, March 30th, we will spotlight Brazil with In Transit Detroit ~ Brazil Detroit Fusion. Come enjoy music, dancing, art & cuisine! Come early for free Samba & Capoeira lessons starting at 7:00 p.m. Doors at 6:45 p.m. Doors for the concert at 7 p.m. The concert starts at 8 p.m. The show runs to approximately 11 p.m. Tickets and info available at VIP Table Seat- $30 in advance, $35 at door; General Admission: $20 in advance, $25 at door
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The Garden Theater (map)
3929 Woodward Ave.
phone (313) 8320888 (FAX); (313)

String Quartet Recital

Thu., March 30, 7:30 p.m.


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