The tradition of Detroit farming and gardening continues

The tradition of Detroit farming and gardening continues

One of the highlights of the city’s summer program is that Detroit’s annual visit to the city’s farms and gardens has been a tradition for 23 years. Following the outbreak, this year’s event is scheduled for Aug. 24 from 5 to 8 p.m. . For tickets and more information

Aromatic plants

Sky Fragrance Summer Fair is August 28-29

Celebrate the end of the season with more than 50 vendors selling handicrafts at the Blue Plants Farm in Fenton on August 28-29. The annual summer hours are 10 to 5 Saturdays and 11 to 4 Sundays. Admission is $ 3; For more information, visit

Christian Robinson Collection

A new set of kids on target

Looking for new ideas for decorating children’s rooms? Don’t look down on the new limited edition collection featuring award-winning children’s book author and author Christian Robinson, “You Case” and “Other”. Robinson’s inspirational style is presented on more than 70 items, including home, clothing, and discoveries for children and toddlers. Prices range from $ 6 to $ 70. Visit for more information.

Annie Cordas

Michigan Design Center Virtual Tour Tickets On Sale

Tickets are now on sale at the Michigan Design Center for “Designers’ Home Visits”, which runs from September 17 to September 27. This video presentation is hosted by Fred Naht of Detroit Public Television (DPTV). A closer look at the private homes of six experienced interior designers, including Anne Cordas, Rachel Nelson, Down Jacobs and Cheryl Nestro Berry Harrison and Kevin Seba Vacation. Single tickets are $ 25 and party tickets, for more than one spectator, are $ 40. All time ticket buyers will be required to win a $ 1,000 gift certificate at the Michigan Design Center. Revenues benefit from DTV and non-commercial, educational programs. Tickets are available. Shop at Check out the Homstyle feature in September.

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