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        10 things to do in metro Detroit this weekend

        Photo by Norman Witte III/Crain's Detroit Business The Detroit Movement Electronic Music Festival will take place Memorial Day weekend at Hart Plaza in downtown Detroit.

        1. Take part in remembrance of fallen soldiers at Dearborn's Memorial Day parade. Farmington, Royal Oak and others are also commemorating the holiday.
        2. Jam out to electronica at Movement music festival at Hart Plaza.
        3. Meet Civil War re-enactors at The Henry Ford's Civil War Remembrance event.
        4. Take in Detroit's emerging fashion scene at Walk Fashion Show Detroit in Eastern Market.
        5. For National Bike Month, take an educational ride along the Dequindre Cut.
        6. Hunt for antiques and peruse craft stalls at Warren's Greatest Garage Sale.
        7. Take part in a 46-year-old start-of-summer tradition, the St. Mary's Polish Country Fair.
        8. Witness the city's nightlife portrayed on prints at a Playground Detroit exhibition by artist Sheefy.
        9. Catch the first weekend of drive-in movies in Plymouth.
        10. Pop over to Windsor in your neon best for Glow Ride 2017.

        Featured CultureSource Event

        CultureSource Saturday, July 22

        Uncovering the Fantasy and Magic of Alexander Girard Symposium

        Cranbrook will feature the one-day symposium "Uncovering the Fantasy and Magic of Alexander Girard." This fascinating examination of Girard will feature historian Deborah Kawsky who will introduce us to Girard's Detroit days-from his modern design shop in Grosse Pointe to the architecture of his lesser-known residences. Curbed's national architecture critic Alexandra Lange will discuss Girard's uncanny ability to bring structure to seemingly disparate things, from found artifacts to city
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