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October 10, 1986 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-10

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Friday, October 10, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

AROUND TOWN

Fall Family Fun

Continued from Page 64

weekend of October on a 1917
Erie-Lakawana coach. Each
ride includes a history of the
train and yo-yo and magic
show. Saturday 12, 1:30 and
3; Sunday 1, 2:30 and 4.
$3-age 2-10 years, $4-adults,
$3-seniors.
Lake Shore and Lyndon
Central, 1913 Old N. Territo-
rial Rd., Chelsea, 475-8951. A
three-quarter mile ride
through scenic beauty on a
vintage steam engine. Sun-
day 1-6. $1-per person. Call
beforehand. Depending on the
onset of cold weather, they
may stop rides before the end
of October.
This is an exhilarating
treat for the adventurous.
Only one area outlet still had
reservations left for October.
Next year, book your autumn
flight during July.
Eagles Nest Balloon Rides,
22920 Pleasant, St. Clair
Shores, 776-4626, call any-
time. One hour champagne
flight over Northern Macomb
County. Two people-$225, two
couples (two balloons)-$450.
Flights — weekends, sunrise
and early evening.
Have an old-fashioned fall
visiting little-known historic
homes.
Crocker House, 15 Union
St., Mt. Clemens. 465-2488.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs-
day 10-4.. First Sunday of
each month, 1-4. $1-adults,
50 cents-students. A half-
hour tour leads you through
this 1869 Victorian home,
built for Mt. Clemens' first
mayor.
Pine Grove Historical
Museum, 405 Oakland Ave.,
Pontiac, 338-6732. Third
Sunday each month; tours at
1 and 2:30. $3-adults, $1.50-
children. Guided tour takes
you through the 1846 Wisner
home, one-room school house,
carriage museum and sum-
mer kitchen.
Hunter House, 500 W.
Maple, Birmingham, 644-
9946, first Sunday of every
month, 12-3.
Four area mansions, built
in the early part of this cen-
tury, will astound you with
their stately magnificence.
Beautiful furnishings and
well-tended grounds complete
the visit.
Cranbrook House and Gar-
dens, 500 Lone Pine Rd.,
645-3149. Fourth Sunday of
each month. $2-adults, $1.50
seniors and students.
This 1908 English manor
home, designed by Albert
Kahn, was the home of the
Booth family, founders of the
Cranbrook Educational
Community.
Fairlane mansion, 4901
Evergreen Rd., Dearborn, on
the U of M-Dearborn campus,
593-5590. Sundays 1-4:30,
tours every 20 minutes. $4-
adults, $3-seniors and chil-
dren.
Built in 1915 by Henry
Ford for his wife, this 56
room Scottish Baronial man-
sion is located on a beauti-
fully wooded tract, along the

Cascade and Rouge River.
Maps for self-guided outdoor
tours are available.
Pool Restaurant (where
swimming pool used to be)
Monday through Friday 11-2.
No food service on the
weekends.
Edsel and Eleanor Ford
House, 1100 Lake Shore Dr.,
Grosse Pointe Shores, 884-
4222. Wednesday through
Sunday, tours at 1, 2, 3 and 4
p.m. $3-adults, $2-seniors and
$1-age 12 and under. One-
hour guided tour of 1926
mansion, located on 62 acres
on the shores of Lake St.
Clair.
Meadow Brook Hall, lo-
cated on the Oakland Uni-
versity campus, Rochester,
370-3140. Sundays 1-5. $4-
adults, $3-seniors, $2-
children under 13.
This spectacular 110-room
Tudor mansion set on 1,400
acres of rolling farmland and
built in 1926 by Matilda
Dodge Wilson and her hus-
band, Alfred, retains original
furnishings; clothes and col-
lections. Children will love
visiting Knoll House, the
Wilson-Dodge children's
playhouse, located on the
grounds. Buffet available,
Sundays 1-5.
Don't overlook your own
backyard!
Jump into a pile of leaves,
make leaf projects, bake
pumpkin bread and add
handfuls of chocolate chips.
Watch a neighborhood soccer
game. Visit your local park
and library. Build a bird
house, decorate your succah,
find all your children's books
about winter. Enjoy fall as a
family. 1:1

Travel Topic
Of Program

The professional writing
and photography husband
and wife team, Iris Sanderson
Jones and Micky Jones, will
talk on "Doing What Pleas-
ures You," 7:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, at the Farmington
Community .Center, 24705
Farmington Road.
The two will narrate a
slide show, answer questions
and tell about close-to-hope
trips worth taking, warm-
weather destinations and
exotic faraway places.
There is a fee. Call the cen-
ter for reservations, 477-
8404.

Dance Class

A master class with
Michael Tracey of the
Pilobolus Dance Company
will be offered by the Oak-
land University Center for
the Arts at 1 p.m. Saturday
at Oakland University. Class
size is limited and there is a
fee. Call Oakland University,
370-2030, to register.

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