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Melting Map Pot(luck)

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In conjunction with Peace Meal Kitchen, more FoodLab Detroit businesses, and the Detroit Atlas Collaboration, the Arab American National Museum has a night of food, fun, and culture planned out. Guests will be able to create their own food and memory maps, while bringing in a dish to explain what that aspect of their culture means to them. Guests will learn printmaking skills, as well as more about the ever-growing diversity of Detroit. The event starts at 5 p.m.; 13624 Michigan Ave., Detroit; arabamericanmuseum.org; tickets are $10 if you wish to just bring a dish and develop a food map; tickets are $20 if you want to bring a dish and participate in the drawing stations, letterpress, printmaking, and map creation.

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