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DIA Inside|Out Bike Ride
DIA Inside|Out Bike Ride 09/18/16
Join us on Sunday, September 18, 2016 for a relaxed-pace bike ride around East English Village, Cornerstone Village and Morning Side! We will visit several of the 10 DIA Inside|Out reproductions that are located throughout these neighborhoods. Check-in for the ride opens at 9AM outside the Detroit Institute of Arts LOGGIA entrance. After a short presentation and safety lesson, the ride will begin promptly at 10AM. The ride should take about 3 hours, and the route will cover 20 miles. All ages and levels of experience are welcome, but we ask that children are accompanied by an adult.
 
VCESDA Annual Meeting & Tour
VCESDA Annual Meeting & Tour 10/08/16
Please join us for a tour of the exceptional private collection of Rebecca and John L. Booth IIs elegant home, which looks onto Lake St. Clair. Their impressive collection of British decorative arts from Elizabethan to Post-Victorian Great Britain, its Empire and Commonwealth displays a broad range of objects, including British architecture, furniture, militaria, and other decorative arts. 10 a.m.noon Tour of Private Collection, 980 Lake Shore Road, Grosse Pointe Shores. Please select More Info for menu.
 
VCESDA Annual Meeting
VCESDA Annual Meeting 10/08/16
12:152:15 p.m. Luncheon & 28th Annual VCESDA Meeting, The Grosse Pointe Club, 6 Berkshire Place, Grosse Pointe Farms.
 
FAF's Betsey Campbell Lecture
FAF's Betsey Campbell Lecture 10/15/16
Friends of Art & Flowers proudly presents: Great Dixter and Designing with Plants. A talk by Fergus Garrett, Chief Executive Officer, Great Dixter Charitable Trust. Known throughout the horticultural world for his brilliance in gardening, his prolific garden writing and his passion for training the next generation of great gardeners, Fergus Garrett was for many years Christopher Lloyds head gardener at the amazing Great Dixter. The lecture is free with general museum admission. Residents of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties receive free general museum admission.
 
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