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Detroit's 313th Birthday with the Detroit Historical Society

IMPORTANT: Please register for this event with the Detroit Historical Society

The event is $10.

The Detroit Historical Society’s 313 Society in partnership with Forward Arts, DIA Founder’s Junior Council, and Preservation Detroit invite you to the 313th Birthday of Detroit at the Detroit Historical Museum in Midtown. Come celebrate 313 years in the 313!

Join us for food and fun out on Legends Plaza with some of Detroit’s best food trucks: Meanie Weenie
Detroit BBQ
Treat Dreams!

Cash bar. Food available for purchase.

Entertainment by Motor City Soul Club.

Please note that Kirby Street and the museum parking lot will be closed for this event. Please feel free to park across the street at the Park Shelton for $5 or at the Wayne State University Parking Structure #1 or #6 which accept cash or credit. For more Wayne State Parking information and pricing please click here: “This event supports the Detroit Historical Society’s summer educational programs and Sound it Out music programming presented by Forward Arts.”

For questions please contact: Kristin Rossi at[masked] or [masked]

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  • Doug

    The 313 is 313? Nice? Gotta celebrate that.

    2 · July 12, 2014

  • Marytee

    Looking forward to this event!

    July 9, 2014

  • Sandy B.

    I'm going, love Detroit History.

    By the way, I designed and typeset two books about Detroit, "This Is Detroit" & "Detroit In It's World Setting" produced by Wayne State University Press and both are in the 300 year time capsule buried somewhere in Detroit. Maybe my Grand Kids will see it when they re-open in at the 400 year mark.

    1 · July 9, 2014

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