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The Visit Detroit Blog is part of The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB).

Vernors 
 
Whether you like it over ice or over ice cream, Vernors Ginger Ale is a Detroit staple. The fizzy wonder was born in Detroit in 1866 and turns 150 this year, making it the oldest continuously produced soda in the United States  —  older than Coke or Pepsi.
 

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May was all about Mom. Or, at least, it should have been. With June approaching, however, we need to switch gears and start focusing on the Dads in our lives. Whether your Dad prefers sports, beer, cars or music, look no further than these 8 metro Detroit Father’s Day events happening Sunday, June 19.
 

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FordFireworks
 
Celebrate the 4th of July — and the days leading up to it — with a bang. From small-town displays to sky explosions that can be seen for miles, we’ve come up with 10 fireworks events you won’t want to miss. So grab your blankets and chairs, sit back and enjoy the show.
 

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Arts Beats Eats

It’s festival time in The D, so we’ve put together a list of festivalgoer favorites from across the region to add some fun to your summer calendar.


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JimmyJohnsField
 
Want to check out metro Detroit’s freshest, most exciting attraction? The $12 million Jimmy John’s Field opens Memorial Day in Utica, a northern suburb about 45 minutes from downtown Detroit. The opening pitch at the brand-new semipro baseball stadium, home to the United Shores Baseball League, happens May 30 at 2 p.m.
 

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