The Historical Houses of Worship Tour with the Detroit Historical Society
Since 1972, these Worship Tours have acquainted metro Detroiter's with the contributions religious institutions have made in the development of our community. We toured five religious communities in Detroit with a step-on-guide who explained the history, culture and practices of each.
Holly Dickens Festival
For 44 years, the sights, sounds, smells and surprises of the Dickens Festival have been delighting holiday revelers in Historic Downtown Holly Michigan. We began with brunch at the Historical Holly Hotel and then the afternoon was spent shopping, riding horse and buggy, outside performances and touring historic Holly. Our day ended with the Historical Society for an afternoon of English Tea.
Afternoon Tea at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial
Hosted at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial, St. Clair Shores Adult & Community Ed, Afternoon Tea event. Teavana Rep, LaJedi Long, made assortment of natural teas, while explaining the healing power of each. Fun was had by all, with a delicious tea, lunch and view of Lake St. Clair.
Herbert Massey Tour
Hubert Massey, a fellow Michigan artist, took use on a tour on his works in a variety of media. We viewed his murals in the Detroit African American History Museum, Paradise Valley Park, Campus Martius, Federal Reserve Bank, Antheneum Suite Hotel, Cobo Hall and many more.