Weekend 10 June 21-23

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The weekend is here! Need something to do? Here’s a list of things to get into this weekend in and around Detroit.

Friday, 6/21/13

Detroit River Days
Detroit Riverwalk
Admission to GM River Days is $3 and $5 after 5pm to support the non-profit Detroit RiverFront Conservancy.
GM River Days presented by the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, returns June 21-23, 2013. This one of a kind festival takes place along the Detroit Riverfront – from the Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority Terminal & Dock just west of the GM Renaissance Center, to Rivard Plaza and the William G. Milliken State Park. River Days is a celebration of Detroit’s RiverWalk with activities on land and water. Experience all the RiverWalk has to offer, from the tall ships, jet-ski demos and riverboat tours to live music, sand sculptures, kids’ activities, delicious eats and much more.

“Get Over Him Girl: The Moving On Manual” Official Release Party
Join Lakelia Byrd for the official book release party for her 1st book “Get Over Him Girl: the moving on manual”
6p-9p a
They Say Restaurant downtown Detroit, MI.
Tickets cost $25 which includes food, cupcakes, raffle entry, band and much more.
After party starts at 10p-2a. No cost if you are at the book release, $10 cover charge for those who come just for after party. Call 313-649-7906 for more details.

Collective Peace (Live Band)
La Casa De La Habana
10 p.m.
Free

 

Saturday, 6/22/13

Detroit River Days
Detroit Riverwalk
Admission to GM River Days is $3 and $5 after 5pm to support the non-profit Detroit RiverFront Conservancy.
GM River Days presented by the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, returns June 21-23, 2013. This one of a kind festival takes place along the Detroit Riverfront – from the Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority Terminal & Dock just west of the GM Renaissance Center, to Rivard Plaza and the William G. Milliken State Park. River Days is a celebration of Detroit’s RiverWalk with activities on land and water. Experience all the RiverWalk has to offer, from the tall ships, jet-ski demos and riverboat tours to live music, sand sculptures, kids’ activities, delicious eats and much more.

Saturday Night LIVE Poetry& Open Mic Series
Whole Foods Market DETROIT
6 p.m.-8 p.m.
Whole Food Detroit just opened its door June 5 and NOW….
WFMD’s first poetry & open mic series titled, Saturday Night LIVE. We welcome poets and even comedians who are family-friendly focused with clean spoken words…and a touch of singing is welcome too.

The Detroit Historical Museum Presents: The Historic Detroit Tour
9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Travel around the city of Detroit and view key historic sites that have shaped Detroit’s history. For more information, call (313) 833-0158

 

Sunday 6/23/13

Detroit River Days
Detroit Riverwalk
Admission to GM River Days is $3 and $5 after 5pm to support the non-profit Detroit RiverFront Conservancy.
GM River Days presented by the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, returns June 21-23, 2013. This one of a kind festival takes place along the Detroit Riverfront – from the Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority Terminal & Dock just west of the GM Renaissance Center, to Rivard Plaza and the William G. Milliken State Park. River Days is a celebration of Detroit’s RiverWalk with activities on land and water. Experience all the RiverWalk has to offer, from the tall ships, jet-ski demos and riverboat tours to live music, sand sculptures, kids activities, delicious eats and much more

Bliss Sunday Brunch
Finn & Porter Restaurant
11 a.m.
Bliss Sunday Brunch @ Finn & Porter Restaurant is the ultimate breakfast destination. In addition to its beautiful ambiance, Bliss Sunday Brunch has improved its already appetizing buffet, by adding Fresh Seafood, a Chocolate Fountain, MORE Soul food, and so much more! Make your reservation by calling 313-499-0100 or by emailing This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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