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Family at Comerica Park BillBowen
Eating Aunt Mae’s famous potato salad. Competing for bragging rights against your cousins in the annual horseshoe tournament. Listening to stories your grandparents have retold for years and laughing about “the good old days”. Family reunions can be loads of fun, but the planning process may seem overwhelming.

Luckily, the Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB) is here to help with a FREE reunion planning seminar on Saturday, Oct. 24. Whether you’re reconnecting with relatives, convening with classmates or meeting up with military pals, enlisting the assistance of the experts at the DMCVB is your first step to hosting a meaningful and memorable event.

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Detroit Community Yoga Detroit Community Yoga

The invigorating flow and deep breathing of yoga seem to go hand-in-hand with the gentle breezes and serenity of Mother Nature. So as yogis across the country hit the park to hit their mat, metro Detroit is in on the action. Most outdoor yoga programs in the area wrapped up around Labor Day, but the weather is still ripe for an al fresco practice.

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Eastern Market Eastern Market

Farmers markets are known for delivering fresh, seasonal and healthy foods to the public; however, metro Detroit’s farmers markets offer so much more.

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Willys BillBowen 0069

Looking to revamp your wardrobe but wondering what fall trends should be on your shopping list? Get inspired at Hour Detroit’s annual Best Dressed Fashion Show at The Fillmore Detroit on Thursday, Sept. 24.

Enjoy a fashion show, presented by Somerset Collection, while you sit back, sip cocktails and savor delicious light bites. Then, after you’ve scoured the runway, hit the stores around town for the chicest trends to keep you looking fabulous as the weather turns chilly.

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Tour de Troit Tour de Troit

Living in the car capital of the world, Detroiters live and breathe automobiles. It may come as a surprise, then, to hear that the very best way to explore the city is not with four wheels, but two.

Tour de Troit is rolling into town Sept. 19, giving visitors a unique way to get a glimpse of some of its best sites. It’s a chance for more than 7,000 bicycles to own the streets of Motown.

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