Friday (October 4, 2013)
Free Art Friday Detroit (All day) – Follow hashtag #fafdet and the FAFDET facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FAFDET to participate in a art scavenger hunt in the D. Artists post clues and you find free art! It’s as easy as that.
Can you imagine Midtown without the DIA? Yeah, me neither. Protest with other DIA defenders to support this great Detroit classic. “It is not for sale!” http://defendthedia.org (5 p.m.)
Saturday (October 5, 2013)
All day - Apples are in season and mommy will love her Eastern Market mum. Come see what types of fresh produce, flowers and other yummies you can find. Saturdays at the Eastern Market are always a good time even if you don’t buy anything. Don’t miss it! Easternmarket.com
12p.m. – 4p.m. – Make sugar skulls at the Detroit Institute of Arts to honor this Mexican holiday during Hispanic Heritage Month. It’s cultural, it’s fun and it’s free!
8p.m. - See “No Child” and follow a day-to-day experience in an inner city high school. To be the change, we have to know what needs to change! Engage in conversation about the school system. http://calendar.metrotimes.com/Events/e43280/No_Child_
Sunday (October 6, 2013)
4p.m. - Detroit SOUP is a an organization that encourages grass roots projects in the city. Pay $5, get a delicious meal and a vote in the project that will be funded for the month. It’s an amazing way to get more involved in Detroit’s community happenings. I mean, this is OUR city! http://detroitsoup.com/youth-soup/
8p.m. - “Tales of the Night” is highlights six different fables encouraging you to imagine a world outside of what we can see. Enchanting, inspiring and imaginative, it’s a must see. Oh and did we mention it’s in the Detroit Film Theatre, a must attend place for any Detroiter/ visitor? See you there! http://www.dia.org/auxiliaries/event.aspx?id=4021&iid=4878&aux_id=14&cid=100