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                                             MICHIGAN  MONTHLY


June, 2019                                                                        Diane, Editor & Publisher




5/31 – 6/2 at Atlanta Braves

June 4 – 6 vs. Tampa Bay Rays

June 7-9 vs. Minnesota Twins

June 11-13 at Kansas City Royals

June 14-16 vs. Cleveland Indians

June 18-19 at Pittsburgh Pirates

June 21-23 at Cleveland Indians

June 25-27 vs. Texas Rangers

June 28-30 vs. Washington Nationals

July 2-4 at Chicago White Sox

July 5-7 vs. Boston Red Sox


July 12-14 at Kansas City Royals

July 15-18 at Cleveland Indians

July 19-21 vs. Toronto Blue Jays

July 23-24 vs. Philadelphia Phillies

July 25-28 at Seattle Mariners

July 29-31 at L.A. Angels

Aug. 2-4 at Texas Rangers


7774 Sashabaw Road, Clarkston; 248-377-0100,; T.M.

June 6-21 Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band

June 15 WYCD Hoedown: Brantley Gilbert, Joe Nichols, more

June 20 Thomas Rhett, Dustin Lynch

June 22 Kidz Bop

June 29 Dierks Bentley, Jon Pardi

June 30 Lionel Richie

July 5 Dirty Heads, 311

July 9 Dave Matthews Band

July 10 Rockstar Engery Drink Disrupt Festival

July 13 Riff Fest: Shinedown, Seether, more

July 16 Jimmy Buffett & The Coral Reefer Band

July 20 Alice Cooper, Halestorm

July 23 Train, Goo Goo Dolls

July 24 Breaking Benjamin

July 25 Peter Frampton

July 26 Hammer’s House Party: MC Hammer, Sir Mix-A-Lot, more

July 28 Mary J. Blige, NAS

July 31 Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, more


In solitude we give passionate attention to our lives, to our memories, to the details around us. – Virginia Woolf

I wish that life should not be cheap, but sacred.

I wish the days to be as centuries, loaded, fragrant. – Ralph Waldo Emerson



June 14 Sterling Heights: Car Show; 4-8pm; music by Rockin’ Ronnie; St. Jane Frances de Chantal, 38750 Ryan, Sterling Heights; 586-977-8080,

June 16 Eyes on Design Automotive Exhibition; Edsel B. & Eleanor Ford Estate, Grosse Pointe Shores;, 313-824-4710

August 10 Clarkston: Corvette’s Only Celebration; Everest Academy, 5935 Clarkston;


June 18 New Kids on The Block

June 22 Big 3

June 24 Hugh Jackman

July 5 Jennifer Lopez

July 20 Jeff Lynne’s ELO

July 27 Queen, Adam Lambert

July 28 Khalid

Aug. 2 John Mayer

FOX THEATRE – 2211 Woodward, Detroit; 313-471-6611;

June 1 Tom Segura

June 7 Jim Gaffigan

June 15 Frank The Man The Music

June 17 Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit and Father John Misty

June 21 Chrysler Pacifica presents: Armchair Expert Live in the Midwest

June 22 Bill Maher

June 26 The Lonely Island, Tim Meadows

June 27 David Feherty

June 28 Back to the 90s

July 12 James Charles

July 14 Jill Scott

2 STONE; 810-599-0491; Live music at Brighton Bar & Grill, 400 W. Main from 7-10pm Thursdays & at the Baronette Renaissance Hotel, 27790 Novi, Novi from 6-8 pm Wednesdays

June 6 Robin Horlock; Brighton Bar & Grill

June 15 Fernando Ortega; Brighton Center for the Performing Arts; tickets:

July 14 Jazz @ The Point: Brian Delaney Quartet at the Tipping Point Theater



Ticketmaster:  800-745-3000 or

May 31 - Detroit Grand Prix; Belle Isle; 

June 2; (866) 464-PRIX; events:

May 31 Free Prix Day

June 1 Frankie Ballard performs

June 2 Stone Temple Pilots performs

The Grand Prix is a volunteer-run organization & we are always looking for volunteers;

June 7-9 Motor City Irish Fest; Greenmead Historical Village, Livonia;

June 8 Vino and Music in the Park (Village Park on Rawles in Romeo); presented by Village Winery; 2-7 pm; wine, food, music; $35/person June 1-7; $40 at the door; Tickets: 

June 8 St. Rene Goupil Garage Sale; 9am-2pm; 35955 Ryan, Sterling Heights; 586-939-7500

June 8-9 Dragon’s Fire Medieval Faire; $8-$20; Olde World Canterbury Village, 2359 Joslyn, Orion Township; 248-481-8300;;

June 14 Euchre Tournament (21 & over); 6 pm; $15 for game, pop, beer, water; $5 extra for food; St. Peter’s Church, Fr. Welch Hall, 95 Market, Mt. Clemens; limited to 100 players; RSVP to Pat, 586-468-4578

June 14 - Ann Arbor Summer Festival; music, dance,

July 7 comedy, film; various venues;

June 20 DCI: Drum Corps International; Ford Field, Detroit;

June 21-23 Detroit River Days; music, kids activities, food, more; Detroit Riverfront;

June 22-23 On The Rise Bake Sale (Men's Group) After Masses; St. Paul of Tarsus Church. 41300 Romeo Plank Road, Clinton Twp; 586-228-1210;

July 10-14 Concert of Colors; midtown Detroit; free;

July 11-14 Uncle Sam Jam; free; Civic Center Park, Woodhaven;

July 12 Euchre Tournament (21 & over); 6 pm; $15 for game, pop, beer, water; $5 extra for food; St. Peter’s Church, Fr. Welch Hall, 95 Market, Mt. Clemens; limited to 100 players; RSVP to Pat, 586-468-4578


HAPPENINGS (continued)

July 12-14 Art in the Park; live entertainment, 400 artists; Kellogg Park, Plymouth;

July 19-21 Rock City Rock N Ribs; $5; Hart Plaza;

July 25-27 SterlingFest; arts & crafts show, Suds ‘n’ Sounds tent; restaurant row, Kidzfest Stage, Midway, more;

July 26-28 St. Clair Riverfest; free; Spin Doctors, Blue Oyster Cult, more; Palmer Park, St. Clair;

July 27 Night Nation Run; Ford Field, Detroit;

July 27-28 Arab and Chaldean Festival; free; music, food, more; Hart Plaza, Detroit;

July 27-28 Orchard Lake Fine Art ShowTM; outdoors in the heart of West Bloomfield on Orchard Lake Road (south of Maple); 248-684-2613or;

MICHIGAN LOTTERY AMPHITHEATRE AT FREEDOM HILL – 14900 Metro Parkway, Sterling Heights; 586-269-9700,

May 31 Wu-Tang Clan

June 11 Coheed and Cambria and Mastodon

June 20 George Clinton, Parliament Funkadelic

June 22 Kiss Block Party: Monica, Dru Hill, Jagged Edge, more

June 25 Wille Nelson & Family, Alison Krauss

June 28 Third Eye Blind, Jimmy Eat World

June 29 Young The Giant & Fritz and The Tantrums

June 30 Steve Miller Band, Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives

July 6 Sublime, Rome

July 27 Temptations, The Righteous Brothers

July 30 Moe., Blues Traveler

Aug. 4 21 Savage, Dababy

MEADOW BROOK AMPHITHEATRE– 3554 Walton Blvd, Rochester Hills; 248-377-0100, T.M.

June 1 Rob Thomas

June 2 Anderson.Paak and The Free Nationals

June 13 Buddy Guy & Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band

July 3 Yes, Asia

July 5 “Weird Al” Yankovic

July 14 The Music of Queen feat. Detroit Symphony Orchestra

July 23 Tedeschi Trucks, Blackberry Smoke

July 30 Jon Bellion

Aug. 4 Gray Clark Jr.


MOTOR CITY CASINO HOTEL – SoundBoard; 2901 Grand River Avenue, Detroit;; 313-237-7711;

June 6 Magic Mike Experience

June 8 K. Michelle

June 14 Rob Lowe

June 19 Michael McDonald

June 23 War

July 10 Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo

July 11 Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds

July 23-24 REO Speedwagon

July 26 Motor City Cage Night VI

Aug. 8 Styx

DETROIT OPERA THEATRE: 1526 Broadway, Detroit; 313-237-7464 or

June 7 Bravo BRAVO!

CANTON VILLAGE THEATER – 50400 Cherry Hill Road; 734-394-5300,

June 1 Not A Camping Musical: A Story of Exploring and Brotherhood

June 2 Dreams Do Come True – Danse D’Amour Dance Studio

June 7 Once Upon A Time; The Dancer’s Studio

June 8 Inside the Classical Actors’ Studio

June 10 Our Future Star by The Dance Academy

June 16 Inner Action Dance Recital

June 17-19 Metro Dance & Music

June 21-22 Together We Go Further

June 23 Canton Pride Festival

June 28-30 BTEP Summer Showcase

REDFORD THEATRE – 17360 Lahser Road, Detroit; 313-537-2560,

June 6 Sign of Contradiction: A Film on St. Francis of Assisi

June 7-8 Hitchcock Weekend

June 28 The Big Chill

June 29 Big, 2 pm; The Big Lebowski, 8 pm

July 12-13 The Wizard of Oz

July 20 Electric

July 26 Planet of the Apes

July 27 The Thing From Another World, 2pm; Enter The Dragon, 8pm

MEADOW BROOK THEATRE -- 378 Meadow Brook, Rochester; 248-377-3344;

5/29 – 6/23 The IT Girl

June 1 Magician Gordon Russ (children’s series)

July 14 & 28 Detroit Playwrights’ Lab: One & Two-Act Readings; free; open to the public; 248-377-3300

Aug. 11 & 25 Detroit Playwrights’ Lab: One & Two-Act Readings; free; open to the public; 248-377-3300 


THE EMERALD THEATRE – 31 N. Walnut, Mount Clemens;, 586-630-0120

June 7 WRIF presents Songs & Stories: Art Alexakis of Everclear and more

June 15 Elton – The Early Years starring Kenny Metcalf

June 22 Night Train – The Guns N Roses Tribute Experience

July 28 Cecil B. Demille’s Male & Female presented by The Macomb County Historical Society & Crocker House Museum

FLAGSTAR STRAND THEATRE – 12 N. Saginaw, Pontiac;

June 1 Oakland University presents James and The Giant Peach

Aug. 14 Ignite Mobility Conference


May 3 - Nunsense; River Bank Theatre, 358 S.

June 2 Water Street, Marine City, 810-278-1749,

May 7-25 Waitress; Fisher Theatre;

May 17 - Company (modern musical); Avon

June 1 Players, 1185 Washington, Rochester Hills;, 248-608-9077

May 17 - Oklahoma! Stagecrafters The Baldwin 

June 9 Theatre, Royal Oak; 248-541-6430;

June 14 - Moonlight & Magnolias; Snug Theatre;

July 7 1605 Water Street; Marine City, 810-278-1749,

June 11-23 Anastasia; Fisher Theatre;

July 12 - Grease; River Bank Theatre, 358 S. Water

Aug. 11 Street, Marine City, 810-278-1749; 


June 8 100% Woman Relief & Heal Women’s Conference

June 21-22 Cannacon

June 21-22 El Olam Center for Dance

June 22 Below the Surface Art Expo

June 26 Zumba with Ivy and Fashion Show

July 6 GoogleFest

July 13 Detroit Body Garage Workout

July 20-24 NAACP National Convention

July 23-24 Big Picture Learning


ANDIAMO CELEBRITY SHOWROOM – Warren; 586-268-3200,; 800-745-3000

June 15 Frank The Man The Music

July 19 Leonid and Friends Chicago Tribute – endorsed by Chicago!

Sept. 13 Tony N’ Tina’s Wedding

FORD COMMUNITY & PERFORMING ARTS CENTER – 15801 Michigan Avenue, Dearborn; 313-943-2350;

June 1 The Moth Mainstage

June 2 Motor City Brass Band “Summer Shamrock”

June 5 Dearborn Summer Chorus Registration

June 24 Dearborn Summer Youth Theatre (ages 11-18)

June 29 Thelma Houston’s Motown

July 13 Dave’s Choice Awards

July 15 Visual Arts Experience Class Registration

July 17 Dearborn Summer Chorus Concert

July 20 Summer in the Sixties

THE DETROIT ZOO – 8450 W. 10 Mile, Royal Oak;; 248-541-5717

June 7 Sunset at the Zoo

June 19 A Life in the Wild – Thomas D. Mangelsen

June 27 Bike Safari – Family Friendly

July 11 Bike Safari (21 & older)

July 18 After Hours (18 & older)

July 20-21 Photo Safari

Aug. 9 Wild Beasts Wild Wine

Aug. 15 After Hours (18 & older)

Wild Summer Nights Concerts:

July 3 Bernadette Kathryn & The Lonely Days Band (country)

July 10 Brighton DeCapo & Gold Vibrations (choir varieties)

July 17 Cosmis Groove (pop)

July 24 Michigan Opera Theatre

July 31 Cupcakeasaurus (children’s)

MARSHALL M. FREDERICKS SCULPTURE MUSEUM – Saginaw Valley State University, 7400 Bay Road; 989-964-7125;

3/8 – 6/29 American Visionary: John F. Kennedy’s Life & Times

7/10 – 9/25 From Swords to Plow Shares: World War II Metal Trench Art

7/10 – 9/25 War-Toys: Israel, West Bank & Gaza Strip

June 10-14 Adult Art Camp; 5 days, 4 artists, 4 media; $100 includes art supplies


THE MASONIC TEMPLE -- 500 Temple Avenue, Detroit; 313-832-7100;

June 2 Masonic Temple Tour (2.5 hours)

June 18 Death Cab for Cutie

July 1 Grace Jones

July 12-13 The Raconteurs

July 14 Amanda Seales

July 31 Lauren Daigle

Aug. 3 Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. Tour

MACOMB CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS - Macomb Community College, 44575 Garfield, Clinton Twp; 586-286-2222, 

June 28 Detroit Symphony Orchestra

Musical Theatre Workshop: July 8-20; 9am-3pm; Open to Grades 7-12; Placement Auditions on June 15 from 9am-6pm, June 17-18 from 5-9pm at Lorenzo Cultural Center; $350/Macomb residents, $425/non-resident

Drama Workshop: July 22-26; Grades 1-2 from 9am-noon, $125; Grades 3-12 from 9am-3pm, $200

Show Choir Workshop: July 28-Aug. 3; open to grades 7-12; $250

Children’s Chorus Workshop: Aug. 19-23; open to grades 2-9; 9am-noon; $100


June 29 Summer Concert at Kellogg Park; 7 pm

July 13 Summer Concert at Kensington Metropark; 7:30 pm

SOARING EAGLE CASINO & RESORT – Mt. Pleasant; 800-585-3737,

June 1 Criss Angel Raw

June 7 REO Speedwagon

June 14 Collective Soul & Gin Blossoms

June 28 Sugarland, Eli Young Band

June 30 Gabriel Iglesias

July 3 311, Dirty Heads

July 11 Snoop Dogg & Friends, Ice Cube

July 13 Five Finger Death Punch

July 19 Charlie Wilson, The Isley Brothers

July 20 Beer, Brats & Burgers: Dwight Yoakam, Eddie Money

MICHIGAN SPEEDWAY–; 800-354-1010

June 8 ARCA Racing Series; 888-905-7223

June 9 LTI Printing 250

June 10 Firekeepers Casino 400

July 20-22 Faster Horses Festival



Orchestra Hall, Detroit; or 313-576-5111

5/30 – 6/1 Brahms Symphony No. 4

June 2 Movie Music of Spike Lee

June 4 Brahms Clarient Quintet

June 5 Makoto Ozone Trio

June 7-9 Paganini Variations

June 9 Om @ The Max

June 11 Musical Feast: GP Farms

June 12 Brass Transit

June 13 Open Rehearsal: Wonderful Ox

June 14-16 The Wonderful Music of Oz

June 22 An Evening with Leslie Odom Jr.

June 23-24 Musical Feast: Detroit (also June 29)

June 27-30 Mozart’s Little G Minor – neighborhood series

July 3-6 Salute to America

July 9 Rush Hour Recital

July 10 Jaws in Concert


June 2 Daniel O’Donnell

June 6 Criss Angel

June 9 David Foster

June 13-14 Old Dominion

June 27 Collective Soul

July 3 Jason Mraz

July 9 The Killers

July 21 Howie Mandel

July 26 Slash

Aug. 1 Ringo Starr & His All-Star Band


June 8 Bugs: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

June 15 Attracting Birds and Butterflies

June 22 The Low Maintenance Garden

June 29 Landscape Design 1010

July 6 Top 20 Garden Tips

July 13 Hydrangeas 101

July 20 Hydrangea Blooming Tips

July 27 Organic Gardening

Super Sprouts Kid’s Club: 

June 8 Paint A BBQ Apron for Dad

July 13 Painted Pot Wind chime


June 20 Make It & Take It: Terrarium Trio

July 18 Cactus and Cocktails

MUSIC HALL CENTER - 350 Madison;

June 1 Vladimir Cetkar


MARK RIDLEY’S COMEDY CASTLE - 310 S. Troy, Royal Oak, 248-542-9900,

5/30 – 6/1 Brad Wenzel

June 6-8 Bill Bushart

June 11, 25 Detroit to L.A. Comedy Challenge

June 12 Stand Up 101 Comedy Class with Bill Bushart

June 13-15 David Dyer

June 20-22 Jeff Bodart

June 27-29 Ricarlo Flanagan

July 5-6 Andy Beningo

July 11-13 Mary Santora

July 18-20 Nate Fridson

July 21 Drew Lynch

July 25-27 Robert Jenkins

July 28 Jamie Kennedy


Drop-In Workshops (for all ages)

5/31 – 6/2 Collage Portraits

June 7-9 Wire Sculpture

June 14-16 Travel Jounals

June 18-23 Sun Prints

June 25-30 Shrinky Dink Key Chains

July 2-7 Artist Trading Cards

July 9-14 Sistrums

Drop-In Art-Making

June 1 Islandfest at Grosse Ile Municipal Airport: Great Lakes Wildlife Puppet

June 22-23 New Baltimore Bay-Rama Fishfly Festival

Other Events

June 1-2 Arts of Asia: Korean Festival

June 8 DFT Animation Club: Tales of the Night

June 13 Demo: Felting with Detroit Fiber Works; Artist Mandisa Smith

June 15-16 Demo: Digital Pop Art

June 30 Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival – Community Concert

Friday Night Live!

June 7 The Matt Smith Group; Film: The Chelsea Girls

June 21 Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival

FREE SUMMER CONCERTS– Sunrise Senior Living of Bloomfield, at the Gazebo; 6 pm; bring a lawn chair or blanket; free gift from our sponsors

June 14 Rock n’ Roll Night

July 19 Motown Rive

Aug. 23 Sounds of the 70’s


SUBURBAN COLLECTION SHOWPLACE– 46100 Grand River, Novi; 248-348-5600 or 

June 1-2 Gun & Knife Show; Hot Tube & Swim Spa Sale

June 10-12 CMHAM Spring Conference

July 12-21 Leisure Works

July 12-14 International Gem & Jewelry Show

July 20-21 Gun and Knife Show


June 1 National Trails Day Walk

June 5 Apple Island Docent Training

June 7 Apple Island National Register of Historic Places Celebration

June 8-9 Apple Island Tours

July 14 Sleeping Beauty Spinning Wheel Open House

July 27 Orchard Lake Fine Arts Show

STERLING HEIGHTS–; Parks & Recs: 586-446-2700; Music in the Park held at Dodge Park Amphitheater at 7 pm: 586-446-2692; Farmers Market, 40620 Utica Road,

June 1 USC – Sterling Heights SOS 5K; Dodge Park; register:

June 6 Farmers Market & Music in the Park begins; The Prolifics (Motown); Rosco the Clown

June 13 Steve King & The Dittlies; Face painter

June 27 Square Pegz (80’s); Balloon twister & mobile phone booth

July 25-27 SterlingFest; arts & crafts show, Suds ‘n’ Sounds tent; restaurant row, Kidzfest Stage, Midway, more;

Walk with a CORE Cop –, 586-446-2750

June 11 Adam Area with Officer Manning at College Park

June 25 Baker Area with Officer Kashat at Imus Park

MUSIC IN THE AIR: Fridays in Kellogg Park on the Hines Lincoln Stage; free; downtown Plymouth

May 31 80’s Inc.; ultimate tribute to the 1980’s

June 7 Lady Sunshine and The X Band; Detroit’s Own-Emotion, Fire, Pride and Soul

June 14 Von Zippers; Classic to modern rock

June 21 Major Dudes; classic rock

June 28 Larry Lee and The Back in The Day Band; old school funk, R&B, pop, Motown

July 5 Steve Acho; pop and rock

July 19 Steve King & The Dittilies; classic rock

July 26 Randy Brock Group; #1 Blues Guitar Master



June 7 Euchre Tournament to benefit “Kids On The Go” Charity; 6 pm; $15 advance tickets only; St. Louis, 24415 Crocker, Clinton Twp; 586-468-8734,

June 8 Parkinson Foundation Walk; Seaholm High School, Birmingham;

June 17 Chip In Fore Assistance League Golf Outing; Boulder Pointe 1 Champions Circle, Oxford; 9:30 am; $200/player includes:  round of golf with cart, boxed  lunch & 3 drink tickets, dinner & 2-hour open bar, gifts, prizes, wine pull, silent and live auction; dinner only with open bar: $60 (4 pm); register: Cindy 315-369-6385  or online:;  

June 21 Relay for Life Charity Golf Outing hosted by American Cancer Society; 7:30 am; light breakfast, lunch on the turn w/bar cart, gourmet dinner, prizes; $100/ golfer, $45/dinner only; Links at Gateway Golf Club, 33250 Gateway, Romulus; register by June 14: Dennis, 734-325-6405; Shona, 734-754-3823;

June 21 Swing With Bling Women’s Golf Scramble to benefit THAW: The Heat & Warmth Fund; 9 am shotgun start; lunch, golf fashion show; The Inn at St. John’s, 44045 Five Mile, Plymouth; Stacy,, 313-963-2681;

June 22 St. Jane Frances de Chantal Soup Kitchen Ministry; St. Leo’s Soup Kitchen; 38750 Ryan, Sterling Heights; Steve or Bob, 586-243-0433;

July 8 33rd DSM Charity Golf Scramble; registration & Continental Breakfast: 7:30-9am; 18 Holes of Golf/Lunch at the Turn; Awards Dinner, live auction & banquet;  premium open bar 2-5 pm (closed during dinner); silent auction; $150/person; $50/dinner & bar only; Cherry Creek Golf Club & Banquet Center, 52000 Cherry Creek Drive, Shelby Township; reservations: Bill Harrington (313) 886-5500 or 

July 20 MI Roots Fest – fundraiser for SouthEastern Livingston County Recreation Authority; live music, food truck rally, beer tent, more;


ROYAL OAK MUSIC THEATRE – 318 W. Fourth;; 248-399-2980 

June 4 Gogol Bordello

June 5 Dwight Yoakam

June 7 Yiannis Ploutarhos

June 11 Lake Street Drive

June 15 PRISM Men’s Chorus

July 6 Mo Amer

July 14 IMomSoHard

July 15 Rosanne Cash

July 20 Psychedelic Furs

July 21 Belle & Sebastian

July 25 Lyle Lovett


July 18-21 Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair; Downtown Ann Arbor 

July 27-28 West Bloomfield: Orchard Lake Fine Art ShowTM; or 248-684-2613;

Sept. 14-15 Birmingham Street Art Fair; Shain Park, Birmingham 

Nov. 21-22 Royal Oak Market: Art Fair Edition; Royal Oak Farmers Market (indoors) 


June 6 Michigan Senior Publinx; Lyons Oaks;

June 9 Men’s Publinx Champion Series Event #2; Gateway GC;

June 9 Women’s Golf Association Spring Stroke Play; Devils Ridge GC;

June 12 Michigan Senior Publinx; Twin Lakes;

June 18 Michigan Senior Publinx; Huntmore;

June 23-26 MI Girls’ Junior State Amateur; Forest Akers GC-West;

June 24-26 Michigan Women’s Open, Mountain Ridge Course, Crystal Mountain Resort;

June 27-30 Rock Mortgage Classic; Detroit Golf Club;

June 29 Michigan Senior Publinx; Gateway;

July 9-10 Club Car Michigan Senior Open; Bedford Valley;

July 29-31 Tournament of Champions; Boyne Mountain;



June 1 Workshop on Healthy Balance/Preventing Falls; 10-11:30am; St. Jane France de Chantal, 38750 Ryan, Sterling Heights; 586-977-8080,

June 3 CPR & AED Training; 5:30-7:30pm; free; St. Jane France de Chantal, 38750 Ryan, Sterling Heights; register by May 30:586-977-8080;; 

June 7 & 21 Oncology Chair Yoga; 12:15-1:15; Henry Ford Clinton Township Hospital, Medical Pavilion, register: 586-263-2237; bring water

June 8 Childbirth Workshop; 8:30am-4:30pm; $65; Henry Ford Clinton Twp Hospital, Medical Pavilion, 4th Floor; register: 800-532-2411

June 8 Therapeutic Sound Workshop with Sounfulness Meditation; 2-5 pm; $20; Ford Clinton Township Hospital, Medical Pavilion, 4th Floor; register: 800-532-2411

June 10 Breastfeeding Your Newborn; 7-9:30 pm; $20; Henry Ford Clinton Township Hospital, Medical Pavilion, 4th Floor; register: 800-532-2411

June 11&13 Reiki Practitioner Training, Level 1; 5-9pm; call for pricing; Henry Ford Clinton Township Hospital, Medical Pavilion, 4th Floor; register: 800-532-2411

June 19 Atrial Fibrillation (heart palpitation); hosted by Henry Ford Macomb Hospital; 6:15-9pm; free; also, free heart-healthy meal; Italian Cultural Center; register: 586-698-1205 or

June 25 Personal Intro to Reiki; 6-7:30 pm; Henry Ford Clinton Township Hospital, Medical Pavilion, 4th Floor; register: 800-532-2411

July 5 Blood Drive; 10:15-2:30; Henry Ford Clinton Township Hospital, Medical Pavilion, 4thFloor, Room 3; register: 866-642-2663 or

July 5 & 19 Oncology Chair Yoga; 12:15-1:15; Henry Ford Clinton Township Hospital, Medical Pavilion, register: 586-263-2237; bring water

July 10 Women & Heart Disease; hosted by Henry Ford Macomb Hospital; 6:15-9pm; free; free heart-healthy meal; Ike’s Restaurant, Sterling Hts; register: 586-698-1205 or

July 22 Breastfeeding Your Newborn; 7-9:30 pm; $20; Henry Ford Clinton Township Hospital, Medical Pavilion, 4th Floor; register: 800-532-2411


CARPATHIA CLUB– 38000 Utica Road, Sterling Heights; 586-978-2292, 

Friday Fish Fry:  4:30-7pm; $9:50/baked or fried cod; $11/fried perch, kids half price; carry outs available 

June 2 Café Concert

June 15 PIg Roast at the Schuetzenhaus; 

June 30  Waldfest at the Austrian Park; 

July 19-21 German Festival

Oct. 16 Frauen Fashion Show

Nov. 3  Senior Card Party 

Schedule Subject to Change; For questions/Reserved Seating Only Events call 586.978.2292 or 


June 1 Tom Joyner

June 5 Damien Escobar

June 12 Jonathan Butler & Kirk Whalum

June 15-16 Charlie Wilson

June 19 Kenny G

June 26 Black Violin

July 3 Loose Ends, Rahsaan Patterson

July 5 Snoop Dogg

July 10 Roy Ayers

July 17 Robert Glasper

July 24 PJ Morton & Dwele

July 27 Maxwell

July 31 Najee


June 1 Machine Gun Kelly

June 6 Detroit Free Press Sports Awards

June 8 NAV

June 11 Dio Returns

June 15 Almost Selena

June 21 Best of Detroit Party with The Killer Flamingos; 7-midnight; $95/general

June 26 August Burns Red

June 27 Rhett & Link

June 29 The Try Guys

July 6 85 South Show Live

DELUXX FLUXX – 1274 Library, Detroit;

June 3 Jjuujjuu

June 5 Spirit Adrift

June 10 Anika

June 22 Moon King

July 6 Stef Chura

July 21 Sacred Paws

July 25 The Marias

Aug. 2 Nilufer Yanya

Aug. 19 Gauche


SAINT ANDREWS HALL– 431 East Congress Street, Detroit;

June 1 Led Zeppelin 2

June 5 Tech N9ne

June 7 Nicki vs. Cardi B. Party with DJ Slick B & DJ Limelightz

June 9 Nails, Misery Index

June 10 Ari Lennos

June 11 Ari Lennox, Baby Rose

June 12 Local H

June 13 Arizona

June 14 I Don’t Know How But They Found Me

June 15 The Little Mermen

June 16 New Found Glory

June 17 The Spill Canvas

June 19 Howard Jones, Men Without Hats

June 20 Bad Books, Brother Bird

June 21 Chris Travis

June 22 Alex Alono, 4th Ave

June 23 Gnash, Anna Clendening

June 24 Perry Farrell’s Kind Heaven Orchestra

June 26 Catfish and The Bottlemen

June 27 Scott Stapp of Creed

June 28 Delta Rae, Lucette

June 29 Pat McAfee

June 30 Built to Spill, Orua and Clark

July 2 Anberlin

MAGIC STICK – 4120 Woodward, Detroit; 313-833-9700;

June 15 If Walls Could Talk

July 26 Stick To Your Guns

EL CLUB DETROIT – 4114 W. Vernor Highway, Detroit; 313-279-7382;

June 2 Allan Rayman

June 5 Ignite

June 6 Frank Iero and The Future Violents

July 7 TV Girl

June 8 James McMurty

June 9 Bombino

June 14 The Docksiders, 7pm; Chief Keef, 10:30

June 15 The Babe Rainbow

June 16 Helado Negro

June 17 Yeasayer

June 18 Son Real

June 19 Sinkane

June 20 For de Toloache

June 21 Dyland Leblanc

June 22 Earth

June 26 Culture Abuse

June 29 Ozomatli

HAPPENINGS AROUND THE STATE . . . (updated every 24 hours)

For a complete brochure of events around Michigan, call 989-845-2080 or fax 989-845-5074 or to find out how much the brochure with postage & handling will cost. For road conditions: 1-800-222-6424 (AAA)