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Zehnder's Snowfest

Wed., Jan. 23, Thu., Jan. 24, Fri., Jan. 25, Sat., Jan. 26 and Sun., Jan. 27

The family-friendly festival will host the World Class Double & Single Block Snow Sculpting Championships and the State of Michigan Snow Sculpting Championships, a 100-block ice carving exhibition, a petting zoo, fireworks, and children's activities. But, let's be honest, the whole thing is just an excuse to polish off a four-course chicken dinner.

Zehnder's (map)
730 S. Main St.
Greater Detroit Area
phone (800) 863-7999; (517) 652-3544 (FAX)

North American International Auto Show

Mondays-Sundays, 9 a.m. Continues through Jan. 27

Now that the international automotive media swarm is gone, Detroit's annual auto show opens to the public. This is one of the last years the long-running industry expo will be held in the winter; organizers are reportedly considering switching NAIAS to a warmer weather event. $14

Origins

Through Feb. 21

Features the work of Chinese and Chinese-American artists Chongzhang Zhou, Luzhen Qiu, and Shulin Sun.

Janice Charach Epstein Gallery (map)
6600 W. Maple Rd.
Greater Birmingham Area
phone (248) 432-5448 (FAX); (248)
tstearn@jccdet.org
Origins

Michigan Central Station Winter Festival

Mondays-Sundays, 5:30 p.m. Continues through Jan. 27

Ford Motor Co. is celebrating its recent acquisition of the old Michigan Central Station with a winter festival set to coincide with the North American International Auto Show. Organizers say to expect a 3D-light show projected onto the historic building's facade, live painting, ice carving, fire pits and s'mores, and food trucks. History buffs, take note: The company will also display artifacts that have been scrapped, stolen, or otherwise removed from the long-abandoned train station, which have been coming out of the woodwork in recent months — including the once grand train station's historic clock that was anonymously given to the company after it purchased the building. Free

2019 U.S. Figure Skating Championships

Through Jan. 27, 5:30 p.m.

Usually, when “Detroit” and “figure skating” share a sentence, the next names that usually follow are “Nancy Kerrigan” and “Tonya Harding.” Nearly 25 years since the infamous Cobo Arena knee-bashing (which also perhaps cemented the word “Whyyyyyy!” in pop culture history), the U.S. Figure Skating Championships returns to the city with a triple-axle-landing vengeance. The 2019 iteration will post up at Little Caesars Arena for a six-day, 15-session event during which champions will be crowned in women, men, pairs, and ice dance categories at Junior and Senior Championship levels. What’s at stake? Well, it’s the final qualifying event to determine the U.S. teams eligible for Olympic competition, that’s what. $15+

Annica Cuppetelli: Measures of Constriction

Through March 2, 6-9 p.m.

Interested in how fashion is tailored to constrict the female figure and ultimately, to transform it, the artist borrows techniques and materials from garment-making to create forms that evoke fashion but function instead as sculpture and space. Free admission

U.S. Championships - Session 2: Jr. Pairs Short

Wed., Jan. 23, 10:30 a.m.

$15.00-$35.00

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Meadow Brook Theatre (map)
207 Wilson Hall
Greater Rochester Area
phone (248) 377-3300
Ken Ludwig's A Fox on the Fairway - Live at Meadow Brook Theatre

The Fox on the Fairway

Wed., Jan. 23, 2 p.m.

TBA

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Meadow Brook Theatre (map)
207 Wilson Hall
Greater Rochester Area
phone (248) 377-3300
The Fox on the Fairway
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