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Apr
1
Wed
Bob Seger Biographer Edward Balian Meet ‘n Greet the author @ Trenton Veterans Memorial Library
Apr 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Bob Seger Biographer Edward Balian Meet 'n Greet the author @ Trenton Veterans Memorial Library | Trenton | Michigan | United States

Edward Balian is the author of Turn the Page: the Bob Seger Story.
The book offers a detailed, unbiased and accurate account of Seger’s life and career as a true rock legend, with Tom Weschler (Bob’s former road manager) providing the book’s forward. Turn the Page, follows Bob from his earliest days emerging out of the Detroit music scene, just as fellow artists Kid Rock and Glenn Frey, up through, and including, his current 2019 national tour “Roll Me Away, the Final Tour.” It tracks Seger’s entire music career, including the Silver Bullet Band – comparing the songs and stage shows, similar to Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, and Bruce Springsteen’s E-street Band. The book features inside stories, interviews, Bob’s composing, band personnel, recording sessions, tours, and his very private personal life. Turn the Page is a “must” for any true Bob Seger fan. This is the only Bob Seger biography written to date, with over 280 pages, 24 in color with over 60 images, and 224 documented footnotes. Many of the color images are from the distant past, including very rare photos – as a poster advertising a Seger concert headlining John Lennon! The author, Edward Sarkis Balian, Ph.D. grew up in Detroit and was in a local band at the same time as Seger; in fact, they shared the same Detroit entertainment attorney for over four decades. Balian, himself a recording musician (the George-Edwards Group), put together Turn the Page with a steady eye toward accuracy and quality, in his words “Turn the Page summarizes the brilliant and astonishing career of a true Hall of Fame composer and entertainer. Seger’s body of over 50 years of work, coupled to his love of music and an almost unbelievable tenacity, led him to well-deserved fame and fortune. A career full of major challenges – a rock’n’roll roller-coaster to be sure.” Balian is donating 30% of his royalties to charity, 50% to the Seger’s favorite charity, Oakland County Children’s Village. Visit https://bobsegerturnthepage.com for more info

Apr
2
Thu
4th Annual Spring Market @ The Lincoln Manor Banquet Hall & Event Center
Apr 2 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
4th Annual Spring Market @ The Lincoln Manor Banquet Hall & Event Center

FREE Family Event with all kinds of stuff for kids to see & do.
Meat Raffle 2020 will have 50 bundles that you can win for $1 raffle ticket.
Early bird vendor talbes only $35 for Chamber members

Apr
3
Fri
Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows @ pin Wayne State University Planetarium
Apr 3 all-day
Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows @ pin Wayne State University Planetarium | Detroit | Michigan | United States

Join us for our free weekly planetarium shows! 40 of our 60 seats are reservable for every show. Reserve seats at noon on the Sunday prior to a show at wsuplanetarium.eventbrite.com . Reserved seats get claimed quickly, but we always have 20 walk in seats available too. Full details are below and on the eventbrite page.

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Come join us under the dome for a planetarium show at Wayne State University! Located in room 0209 Old Main, we’ll do some hands on demonstrations, give you a live star talk about the current night sky and our favorite astronomical objects, and follow up with ‘Phantom of the Universe: The Search for Dark Matter’ – a full dome film about the search for this material that physicists believe makes up 27% of the universe, narrated by Tilda Swinton.

Our planetarium has seating for 60. Children are welcome at our Friday night shows so long as they can enjoy themselves without disturbing the other visitors. Our vocabulary and topics of discussion are geared towards a teen and adult audience so young science enthusiasts will love it but those children new to astronomy may prefer our Young Astronomers show, offered on the second Saturday of the month.

Shows are held on Fridays at 7pm and 8:30pm. Shows start promptly at the posted time, so guests should arrive early to be seated, and give themselves plenty of time to park and walk into the building. Those with reserved seats who are not present 10 minutes prior to the show will have their seats released to walk-in guests if space is limited.

Tickets: 2/3 of our tickets are available for reservation and 1/3 are available to walk-in guests at the door. You can reserve free tickets beginning at noon the Sunday before the show via Eventbrite here: wsuplanetarium.eventbrite.com .

SATURDAY MORNING FAMILY SHOWS:
We have free Young Astronomer shows on the second Saturday morning of each month. These shows are a bit shorter and cover topics that will engage our younger guests and their families.

Interested in bringing a large group to the planetarium?

The planetarium can be reserved for private showings for school groups, scout troops, birthday parties or by other organizations for a fee. Please complete our group reservation form for more information: http://planetarium.wayne.edu/starstudents

Looking for other astronomical events in the area?

Consider checking out an astronomy club and heading out with them to look through their telescopes at the night sky! Some of the astronomy clubs in our area include the Warren Astronomical Society, Ford Amateur Astronomy Club, Seven Ponds Astronomy Club, Oakland Astronomy Club, University Lowbrow Astronomers, Farmington Community Stargazers, and Detroit Astronomical Society. Wayne State University students should join the WSU Student Astronomical Society.

The Morning Spark hosted by Biggby Coffee Allen Park @ Biggby Coffee Store 630 Allen Park Michigan
Apr 3 @ 8:00 am – 9:00 am
The Morning Spark hosted by Biggby Coffee Allen Park @ Biggby Coffee Store 630 Allen Park Michigan | Allen Park | Michigan | United States

Start your day and month with great networking and a fabulous breakfast at Biggby Coffee in Biggby Coffee Store 630 Allen Park Michigan! There is no charge to attend, and everyone is welcome.

This event is sponsored by Downriver Community Federal Credit Union!

Register now: https://www.swcrc.com/event/morning-spark-2-2020-04-03/

Golden Key Charities Comedy Fundraiser @ Portofino On The River, Restaurant, Banquet & Cruise Center
Apr 3 @ 8:00 pm
Golden Key Charities Comedy Fundraiser @ Portofino On The River, Restaurant, Banquet & Cruise Center | Wyandotte | Michigan | United States

Come Support The Golden Key Charity For
Childhood Cancer Awareness
$20 Ticket Price
Make Dinner Reservations At Portofino Receive A 10%
Discount On Your Meal
Comedians: Steve Smargon and Chris Young
8:00 PM Show (Doors Open At 7:00)

Apr
4
Sat
2020 Wyandotte Lions Club Indoor Flea Market & Antique Sale @ Yack Arena
Apr 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
2020 Wyandotte Lions Club Indoor Flea Market & Antique Sale @ Yack Arena | Wyandotte | Michigan | United States

Wyandotte Lions Club Indoor Flea Market & Antique Sale 2020
– Sat, April 4th. 9am to 4pm
– Sun, April 5th. 10am to 3pm

Admission $2.00

@ Yack Arena
3131 3rd Street
Wyandotte, MI 48192

Taylor Bunny Trail @ Heritage Park Taylor Michigan
Apr 4 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Taylor Bunny Trail @ Heritage Park Taylor Michigan | Taylor | Michigan | United States

Join us for the fourth annual Bunny Trail event on Saturday, April 4 at 11 a.m. in Heritage Park.

Includes a basket of goodies, a printed photo with the easter Bunny and more!

Taylor Resident Children $5
Non-Resident Children $10

Southgate’s Easter Eggstravaganza @ Market Center Park
Apr 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Southgate's Easter Eggstravaganza @ Market Center Park | Southgate | Michigan | United States

Join us on Saturday, April 4th, at Market Center Park for Southgate’s 13th Annual Easter Eggstravaganza!

The hunt is split into three different age groups:
2-4 years old, 5-8 years old, 9-12 years old
All beginning promptly at noon!

The Easter Bunny will be hopping around for a visit from 12pm-1pm, and the CASE Commission will be selling raffle tickets for a large, fun-filled Easter basket.

Thank you to the Cultural Arts and Special Events (CASE) Commission and the Southgate Parks & Recreation Department for sponsoring this event!

Adult Only Easter Egg Hunt! @ Brownstown Community Center
Apr 4 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Adult Only Easter Egg Hunt! @ Brownstown Community Center | Brownstown Charter Township | Michigan | United States

Adult only after dark Easter Egg Hunt benefitting Toys for Tots and the Downriver West Kiwanis.

Apr
10
Fri
Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows @ pin Wayne State University Planetarium
Apr 10 all-day
Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows @ pin Wayne State University Planetarium | Detroit | Michigan | United States

Join us for our free weekly planetarium shows! 40 of our 60 seats are reservable for every show. Reserve seats at noon on the Sunday prior to a show at wsuplanetarium.eventbrite.com . Reserved seats get claimed quickly, but we always have 20 walk in seats available too. Full details are below and on the eventbrite page.

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Come join us under the dome for a planetarium show at Wayne State University! Located in room 0209 Old Main, we’ll do some hands on demonstrations, give you a live star talk about the current night sky and our favorite astronomical objects, and follow up with ‘Phantom of the Universe: The Search for Dark Matter’ – a full dome film about the search for this material that physicists believe makes up 27% of the universe, narrated by Tilda Swinton.

Our planetarium has seating for 60. Children are welcome at our Friday night shows so long as they can enjoy themselves without disturbing the other visitors. Our vocabulary and topics of discussion are geared towards a teen and adult audience so young science enthusiasts will love it but those children new to astronomy may prefer our Young Astronomers show, offered on the second Saturday of the month.

Shows are held on Fridays at 7pm and 8:30pm. Shows start promptly at the posted time, so guests should arrive early to be seated, and give themselves plenty of time to park and walk into the building. Those with reserved seats who are not present 10 minutes prior to the show will have their seats released to walk-in guests if space is limited.

Tickets: 2/3 of our tickets are available for reservation and 1/3 are available to walk-in guests at the door. You can reserve free tickets beginning at noon the Sunday before the show via Eventbrite here: wsuplanetarium.eventbrite.com .

SATURDAY MORNING FAMILY SHOWS:
We have free Young Astronomer shows on the second Saturday morning of each month. These shows are a bit shorter and cover topics that will engage our younger guests and their families.

Interested in bringing a large group to the planetarium?

The planetarium can be reserved for private showings for school groups, scout troops, birthday parties or by other organizations for a fee. Please complete our group reservation form for more information: http://planetarium.wayne.edu/starstudents

Looking for other astronomical events in the area?

Consider checking out an astronomy club and heading out with them to look through their telescopes at the night sky! Some of the astronomy clubs in our area include the Warren Astronomical Society, Ford Amateur Astronomy Club, Seven Ponds Astronomy Club, Oakland Astronomy Club, University Lowbrow Astronomers, Farmington Community Stargazers, and Detroit Astronomical Society. Wayne State University students should join the WSU Student Astronomical Society.

Apr
11
Sat
Acoustic Open Mic @ Downriver Council for the Arts
Apr 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Acoustic Open Mic @ Downriver Council for the Arts | Wyandotte | Michigan | United States

East River Folk Society presents Acoustic Open Mic
Second Saturdays at 7pm

Join East River Folk Society in it’s 31st season in their new home at the Downriver Council for the Arts, 81 Chestnut, Wyandotte.

Please join us for an evening of folk, acoustic and traditional music at 7:00pm. If you or someone you know is interested in performing, please come sign up for our open mic between 6:00 and 6:45. We have 8 to 10 open mic spots available. Open mic performers will perform 2 to 3 songs depending on the number of open mic performers.

We are returning to our original format from 30 years ago and including a special guest set after the intermission.

Admission for this event is $3.00 for DCA and East River Folk Society members. For all non-members, including performers, admission is $5.00.

We will continue each month through May 2020 on the second Saturday of the month.

Apr
17
Fri
Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows @ pin Wayne State University Planetarium
Apr 17 all-day
Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows @ pin Wayne State University Planetarium | Detroit | Michigan | United States

Join us for our free weekly planetarium shows! 40 of our 60 seats are reservable for every show. Reserve seats at noon on the Sunday prior to a show at wsuplanetarium.eventbrite.com . Reserved seats get claimed quickly, but we always have 20 walk in seats available too. Full details are below and on the eventbrite page.

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Come join us under the dome for a planetarium show at Wayne State University! Located in room 0209 Old Main, we’ll do some hands on demonstrations, give you a live star talk about the current night sky and our favorite astronomical objects, and follow up with ‘Phantom of the Universe: The Search for Dark Matter’ – a full dome film about the search for this material that physicists believe makes up 27% of the universe, narrated by Tilda Swinton.

Our planetarium has seating for 60. Children are welcome at our Friday night shows so long as they can enjoy themselves without disturbing the other visitors. Our vocabulary and topics of discussion are geared towards a teen and adult audience so young science enthusiasts will love it but those children new to astronomy may prefer our Young Astronomers show, offered on the second Saturday of the month.

Shows are held on Fridays at 7pm and 8:30pm. Shows start promptly at the posted time, so guests should arrive early to be seated, and give themselves plenty of time to park and walk into the building. Those with reserved seats who are not present 10 minutes prior to the show will have their seats released to walk-in guests if space is limited.

Tickets: 2/3 of our tickets are available for reservation and 1/3 are available to walk-in guests at the door. You can reserve free tickets beginning at noon the Sunday before the show via Eventbrite here: wsuplanetarium.eventbrite.com .

SATURDAY MORNING FAMILY SHOWS:
We have free Young Astronomer shows on the second Saturday morning of each month. These shows are a bit shorter and cover topics that will engage our younger guests and their families.

Interested in bringing a large group to the planetarium?

The planetarium can be reserved for private showings for school groups, scout troops, birthday parties or by other organizations for a fee. Please complete our group reservation form for more information: http://planetarium.wayne.edu/starstudents

Looking for other astronomical events in the area?

Consider checking out an astronomy club and heading out with them to look through their telescopes at the night sky! Some of the astronomy clubs in our area include the Warren Astronomical Society, Ford Amateur Astronomy Club, Seven Ponds Astronomy Club, Oakland Astronomy Club, University Lowbrow Astronomers, Farmington Community Stargazers, and Detroit Astronomical Society. Wayne State University students should join the WSU Student Astronomical Society.

Expert Open House
Apr 17 @ 11:00 am – Apr 18 @ 2:00 pm

Expert is having an open house April 17th 11:00am-4:00pm and April 18th 10:00am-2:00pm

This Random World @ Open Book Theatre Company
Apr 17 @ 8:00 pm
This Random World @ Open Book Theatre Company | Trenton | Michigan | United States

Come enjoy this live theater production! This comedy of missed connections asks the serious question of how often we travel parallel paths through the world without noticing.

Apr
18
Sat
2020 Martian Invasion of Races @ Ford Field Park, Dearborn,MI
Apr 18 @ 6:30 am – 1:30 pm
2020 Martian Invasion of Races @ Ford Field Park, Dearborn,MI | Dearborn | Michigan | United States

Join the Martian Invasion of Races presented by Blue Care Network of Michigan! Start/finish at Ford Field Park, (Morley Ave. & Monroe St.) for 5K, 10K, 13.1, 26.2, a 26K combo, or the Kids’ Marathon! The USATF certified course is traffic free and fast. The Full Marathon is a Boston Qualifying course.

Short-sleeved royal blue tech shirts to 5K, 10K, Half and Full Marathon entrants. Custom Martian medals to finishers of all distances! Milky Way 26K includes one Martian event shirt, 5K finisher’s medal, Half Marathon finisher’s medal and combo finisher’s medal! (Must be able to complete the 5K in 45 minutes or less to compete in the 26K).

Kids’ Marathon includes cotton shirt (with kids’ shirt design contest winner art) and full marathon medal (same one as the big Martians)!

START TIMES:
7:15 am – Marathon
8:00 am – 10k
8:00 am – 5k
8:45 am – Half Marathon

KIDS’ MARATHON: (If you are with a group, please ask your leader for your start time assignment)
11:40am – 1st wave: Kids who are NOT participating with a group
12:00pm – 2nd wave: Blue Groups
12:20pm – 3rd wave: Orange Groups
12:40pm – 4th wave: Green Groups
1:00pm – 5th wave: Yellow Groups

Visit www.martianraces.com for course maps, training schedules and more!Martian Invasion of Races

Martian Invasion of Races @ Ford Field Park
Apr 18 @ 7:15 am
Martian Invasion of Races @ Ford Field Park | Dearborn | Michigan | United States

METEOR 10K AND 5K

Race Date: Saturday, April 18, 2020

Located at Ford Field Park (MAP)

Start Times for 2020, CLICK HERE

MARATHON & HALF MARATHON

Race Date: Saturday, April 18, 2020

Located at Ford Field Park (MAP)

Start Times for 2019 CLICK HERE

Springtime Artist Market – Free Admission @ Ford Community & Performing Arts Center
Apr 18 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Springtime Artist Market - Free Admission @ Ford Community & Performing Arts Center | Dearborn | Michigan | United States

On Saturday April 18 2020 during the annual citywide Dearborn Gallery Rally comes the SPRINGTIME ARTIST MARKET! Hosted inside the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center, this event will feature 50+ local artists, crafters and creatives selling original art, handicrafts and merchandise.

FREE ADMISSION and ALL AGES are welcome!

This indoor event is open from 12 noon until 6pm with plenty of free parking. The artist roster will be listed here by April 1st (see below for info on participating).

So stop in, shop local and don’t forget to invite your friends!

2020 Springtime Artist Market
April 18th – 12 to 6p – Free Admission

Ford Community & Performing Arts Center
15801 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI 48126

https://springtimeartistmarket2020.eventbrite.com

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Want a quick email reminder a week before (as well as notices on our future events)? Sign up on our Eventbrite event form:

https://springtimeartistmarket2020.eventbrite.com

NOTE: Your email address will NOT be sold and will be used for our event notices ONLY.

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INTERESTED IN SELLING YOUR ART? Further information and application can be found at:

https://form.jotform.com/dvsdetroitevents/sam2020app

NOTE: This is for LOCAL ART AND HANDICRAFTS ONLY of your own creation and NOT for retail/commercial/MLM items or related services. If you are unsure if your items are acceptable, please contact DVS Detroit Events.

This Random World @ Open Book Theatre Company
Apr 18 @ 8:00 pm
This Random World @ Open Book Theatre Company | Trenton | Michigan | United States

Come enjoy this live theater production! This comedy of missed connections asks the serious question of how often we travel parallel paths through the world without noticing.

Apr
19
Sun
This Random World @ Open Book Theatre Company
Apr 19 @ 2:00 pm
This Random World @ Open Book Theatre Company | Trenton | Michigan | United States

Come enjoy this live theater production! This comedy of missed connections asks the serious question of how often we travel parallel paths through the world without noticing.

Twilight Bike Ride in Greenfield Village @ The Henry Ford
Apr 19 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Twilight Bike Ride in Greenfield Village @ The Henry Ford | Dearborn | Michigan | United States

Members, gear up for the rare chance to cycle the village after hours at this new member-exclusive evening. Trikes, fixies, cruisers and road bikes are welcome for a guided ride through 300 years of American history.

Celebrate the boundary-breaking bicycle, an invention that drove the building of roads and development of city planning as much as the car. Henry Ford used bicycle technology in his 1896 Quadricycle, and our high-flying heroes, the Wright brothers, even started in the bike business. There’s no better way to experience transportation inspiration than a pedal-powered cruise through Greenfield Village.

The Wheelmen, spirited heritage bike enthusiasts, will be riding alongside you on penny-farthings and other iconic wheels to keep the fun rolling. Plus, we’ll open a few special locations to restore our riders: Frozen Custard, Sir John Bennett Sweet Shop, State Street Lunch Stand and Mrs. Fisher’s will be serving fan favorites for pit stops.

Tickets are limited, so reserve your spot early.

Not a member? Join today and take advantage of these special days of fun and savings: www.thf.org/membership/.

Apr
24
Fri
Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows @ pin Wayne State University Planetarium
Apr 24 all-day
Free Winter Term Planetarium Shows @ pin Wayne State University Planetarium | Detroit | Michigan | United States

Join us for our free weekly planetarium shows! 40 of our 60 seats are reservable for every show. Reserve seats at noon on the Sunday prior to a show at wsuplanetarium.eventbrite.com . Reserved seats get claimed quickly, but we always have 20 walk in seats available too. Full details are below and on the eventbrite page.

———————————
Come join us under the dome for a planetarium show at Wayne State University! Located in room 0209 Old Main, we’ll do some hands on demonstrations, give you a live star talk about the current night sky and our favorite astronomical objects, and follow up with ‘Phantom of the Universe: The Search for Dark Matter’ – a full dome film about the search for this material that physicists believe makes up 27% of the universe, narrated by Tilda Swinton.

Our planetarium has seating for 60. Children are welcome at our Friday night shows so long as they can enjoy themselves without disturbing the other visitors. Our vocabulary and topics of discussion are geared towards a teen and adult audience so young science enthusiasts will love it but those children new to astronomy may prefer our Young Astronomers show, offered on the second Saturday of the month.

Shows are held on Fridays at 7pm and 8:30pm. Shows start promptly at the posted time, so guests should arrive early to be seated, and give themselves plenty of time to park and walk into the building. Those with reserved seats who are not present 10 minutes prior to the show will have their seats released to walk-in guests if space is limited.

Tickets: 2/3 of our tickets are available for reservation and 1/3 are available to walk-in guests at the door. You can reserve free tickets beginning at noon the Sunday before the show via Eventbrite here: wsuplanetarium.eventbrite.com .

SATURDAY MORNING FAMILY SHOWS:
We have free Young Astronomer shows on the second Saturday morning of each month. These shows are a bit shorter and cover topics that will engage our younger guests and their families.

Interested in bringing a large group to the planetarium?

The planetarium can be reserved for private showings for school groups, scout troops, birthday parties or by other organizations for a fee. Please complete our group reservation form for more information: http://planetarium.wayne.edu/starstudents

Looking for other astronomical events in the area?

Consider checking out an astronomy club and heading out with them to look through their telescopes at the night sky! Some of the astronomy clubs in our area include the Warren Astronomical Society, Ford Amateur Astronomy Club, Seven Ponds Astronomy Club, Oakland Astronomy Club, University Lowbrow Astronomers, Farmington Community Stargazers, and Detroit Astronomical Society. Wayne State University students should join the WSU Student Astronomical Society.

SWCRC Membership Orientation @ Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce
Apr 24 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
SWCRC Membership Orientation @ Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber of Commerce | Taylor | Michigan | United States

Our membership orientation provides a full overview of all the benefits of being a member of the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber. This event is perfect for new members to the SWCRC, current members wanting to maximize their membership benefits, and prospective members interested in learning more about chamber membership.

At our membership orientation, you will learn:
– How to market your business through the Southern Wayne County Regional Chamber
– Discounts and savings programs
– Networking opportunities
– Advocacy efforts
– Signature events
– And more!

Register now: https://www.swcrc.com/event/membership-orientation-2020-04-24/

CUBE Poetry Slam UNPLUGGED – Men Tell All
Apr 24 @ 8:00 pm
CUBE Poetry Slam UNPLUGGED – Men Tell All @ Detroit | Michigan | United States

Event Name:
CUBE Poetry Slam UNPLUGGED – Men Tell All

Location:
Detroit

Event Description
Spoken word artist La Shaun phoenix Moore hosts an evening featuring Detroit’s finest poets and DJ Stacye J, plus an acoustic set by a special guest artist.

Event Dates
Friday, April 24, 2020, at 8:00 PM

Event Link
https://www.dso.org/events-and-tickets/events/cube-poetry-slam-unplugged-3/

This Random World @ Open Book Theatre Company
Apr 24 @ 8:00 pm
This Random World @ Open Book Theatre Company | Trenton | Michigan | United States

Come enjoy this live theater production! This comedy of missed connections asks the serious question of how often we travel parallel paths through the world without noticing.

Apr
25
Sat
Michigan Invention Convention @ The Henry Ford
Apr 25 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm
Michigan Invention Convention @ The Henry Ford | Dearborn | Michigan | United States

Invention Convention Michigan provides students in grades 3-12 an interactive and interdisciplinary opportunity to use the invention process to create and pitch an original product at a state-wide convention. Students will build their critical thinking and entrepreneurial skills and may qualify to compete at Invention Convention U.S. Nationals.

The Henry Ford hopes that Invention Convention Michigan will bring together problem-solvers, inventors, and entrepreneurs of all ages, backgrounds, and disciplines.

Join us for the 2020 Invention Convention Michigan
If you are interested in participating as a teacher, judge, or showcase partner and would like to learn more about the program, please email us at inventionconvention@thehenryford.org.

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