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Detroit Moxie's Weekend Roundup

As if on cue, Mother Nature has dusted Detroit with a magical layer of snow to usher in December and the holiday season. Enjoy it while it’s still fun and take advantage of all the fantabulous events happening in Detroit.

This is from last winter in Detroit.

Weekend Roundup

1. Detroit Urban Craft Fair - The Fillmore plays host to this alternative craft fair featuring over 65 independent, DIY artists and crafters. Get creative this holiday season! December 4-5.

2. Detroit Soup - Soup warms the soul but it's also good for the community. Join this collaborative dinner and cast your vote on which creative project to fund. December 5th.

3. Noel Night - Midtown will shine this Saturday as over 60 venues open their doors free of charge, including the DIA, the Detroit Science Center, and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History. Plus music, shopping, and a sing-along! December 4th.

4. Pop Up Detroit (Facebook link) - Young artists from Detroit and Windsor are making use of a vacant space to showcase their work. December 4th.

5. Rochester Hometown Christmas Parade - "Candy lane on Main" features floats, marching bands, drill teams, dogs, & horse drawn carriages. December 5th.

6. The Potters Market - Clay lovers rejoice! The largest pottery sale of its kind in the country is in Madison Heights this weekend. December 3-5.

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

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Reader Comments (5)

Something new starts tomorrow at Birmingham's Shain Park, which has a newly expanded footprint:

A German-style holiday market called Winter Markt (deal with the spelling) runs Friday through Sunday at the 'town square' just south of Maple, west of Old Woodward. There'll be live music, kids activities, actual reindeer, ice sculptures, gifts, holiday greens, horse-drawn carriage rides traditional German food and Gem├╝tlichkeit.

Friday, 3-8 p.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, noon-4 p.m.

December 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAlan Stamm

Alan, thanks for sharing that. Shain Park looks gorgeous!

December 2, 2010 | Registered CommenterBecks Davis


Just discovered your blog - loving it. My wife is an East Side girl ... although I've transplanted her to the West Side.

December 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterPJ Lincoln

If you stop by Noel Night be sure to head inside and warm at Old Hall (Wayne State) for Handmade Holiday. Lots of handmade goodies including Detroit themed photography, funky jewelry, and tons more. It goes from 2-9 and the facebook page is here:!/event.php?eid=164571203576001

And if you are in the Ann Arbor area on Sunday don't miss Whip Stitch Art and Craft Fair at Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti from 2-10. The facebook page for that event is here:!/pages/Whip-Stitch-Art-Craft-Fair/137743969606077?v=info

December 3, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJanna

Thanks! I need to start focusing a bit more on the East Side, I have a few places that are on my radar that I've been meaning to check out.

Thanks for adding those! I do plan on hitting Noel Night and will need a place to warm up (& shop).

December 3, 2010 | Registered CommenterBecks Davis

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