8 ways to enjoy the weekend

Board Game Demo Saturday

 

Warriors 3 Cards & Games, 35614 W Michigan Ave, Wayne

Saturday, April 22, 1 PM – 8 PM

 

Warriors 3 is hosting open board gaming and showing off new and old games this weekend, with players from all over the area. Head on over for your favorite games, or learn a new one!

 

Motown the Musical

 

Fisher Theater, 3011 W Grand Blvd, Detroit

Daily, 8 PM

 

Some of the best music from Detroit tells us about one of the most important events in the history of Detroit. Berry Gordy helped shape a generation, and now you get to see how he helped destroy racial stereotypes and barriers.

 

Fifty Shades of Men

 

MotorCity Casino Hotel, 2901 Grand River Ave, Detroit

Friday, April 21, 8 PM

 

Ladies, if you're looking for a girl's night out, this is the place for you. Watch Chippendale dancers put on a show to whet the appetite!

 

GreenFest

 

Detroit Zoo, 8450 W 10 Mile, Royal Oak

Saturday, April 22, 9 AM – 3 PM

 

Learn about efforts to help protect the environment and find out what you can do, while enjoying chemistry demonstrations. Even better, if you bring an old cell phone for recycling, you will receive reduced ticket prices!

 

Mod Sun Tour

 

The Shelter, 431 E Congress, Detroit

Saturday, April 22, 6 PM

 

Mod Sun is touring the country after releasing his new album 'Movie', and he is in Detroit for 1 night only. Mod Sun is all about living life to its fullest, and finding a reason to celebrate being alive. So head over and enjoy the music.

 

March for Science

 

The Diag, University of Michigan Campus, Ann Arbor

Saturday, April 22, 12 PM – 2 PM

 

Celebrate science and all that it has done to improve our lives, and support public policies to promote science. The exact route hasn't been announced, so bring your walking shoes and get a bit of exercise.

 

I Ran the D 5k run/walk

 

Comerica Park, 2100 Woodward Ave, Detroit

Sunday, April 23, 9 AM - 12 PM

 

Or if running is more your speed, check out this 5k that goes around our local sports stadiums, Ford Field, Comerica Park, and the brand new Little Caesars Arena.
 

Celtic Jam

 

YpsiAlehouse, 124 Pearl St, Ypsilanti

Sunday, April 23, 2 PM – 4 PM

 

What says spring more than music from the Emerald Isle? Celtic Jam is a local Irish and Scottish music band, playing traditional instruments, so if you like that music, like me, you might want to head over to Ypsilanti and hear them jam.

 
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