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Detroit Moxie's Weekend Roundup

Christmas decorations? Already? Yep, it’s true. I guess Santa wasn’t happy with his 15 minutes of fame. So here we are, six weeks from Christmas and the decorations are up and the carols are playing. Me? I can’t do that stuff until after Thanksgiving. Ignore the holiday mumbo-jumbo and go out and enjoy yourself this weekend.

Weekend Roundup

1. Fall Family Night Campfires at Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve - This installment is all about superstitions as it is Friday the 13th. S'mores and a campfire? Sounds good to me! November 13th.

2. Snowboard Rail Jam & Swap and Sale - Watch the Rail Jam and see the snowboarders perform tricks and wipeout. Or swap your used equipment. The Rail Jam is November 14, the Swap & Sale is November 12-15.

3. ARTIFACT: A Blending of Art and Artifact- The Detroit Institute of Arts, the College for Creative Studies, and the Ford Family celebrate the inspiration of the past and artists of the future. November 12-15.

4. Behind the Scenes Tour of The Parade Company - See the floats, costumes, and papier mache heads before they make their big appearance on Thanksgiving Day. (If you're interested in taking a tour Nov. 20 or 21 let me know) Tours are available year round except for November 23-30.

5. Alternative Christmas Fair - 45 non-profit agencies are gathered in one place to offer meaningful gifts that will benefit the charities. November 14th.

Do you know of a great event going in on Metro Detroit this weekend? Add it to the comments and share it with us! 

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