Event includes on-the-street food
sales, entertainment stages with music
and children's activities, free parking,
and the third annual Dream Cuts
charity clip-a-thon, which raises funds
for Camp-Make-A-Dream. Contact
BPSD at (248) 433-3550.
3-7 2002 Comerica Tastefest in
New Center. Featuring 35 great
restaurants, more than 60 live per-
formances, a marketplace of specialty
shops, art gallery and kiddie activities
each day from noon-6 p.m. Hours:
11:30 a.m.- 10 p.m. daily (until 8
p.m. July 7th) Free admission. "Taste"
tickets: $5 for 9. For more info: call
(313) 872-0188 or visit www.taste-
17-20 Ann Arbor Art Fairs. This
award-winning, annual event draws
over 500,000 visitors to Ann Arbor
and features over 1,000 juried artists
from across the United States and
Canada. Artists display and sell their
work along Main Street, Liberty, State
Street, and South University. There
will also be scheduled live perform-
ances, ethnic foods, street perform-
ers, non-profit booths and children's
activity booths. Wed-Fri 10 a.m. -
9 p.m. Sat 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Free.
Call: (800) 888-9487.
13 Port Huron to Mackinaw
Sailboat Race. Port Huron Yacht
Club on the Black River, Port Huron.
18 Ann Arbor Antiques Market.
This event is for the true antique
lover! The market, now in its 34th
year, features from 300-500 dealers in
fine quality antiques and vintage col-
13 Day On The Town Annual
shopping extravaganza from 10 a.m.
to 10 p.m. for end-of-season sales.
Sale starts May 25!
lectibles. All booths undercover.
Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds,
5055 Ann Arbor - Saline Rd., Ann
Arbor. Also on August 21st. 7 a.m. -
4 p.m. $5/person. Free & ample
parking. Call: (850) 984-0122.
18-20 Jazzfest at Shain Park.
Contact the Birmingham Community
House at (248) 644-5832.
18-20 Farmington Founders
Festival. Downtown Farmington.
Club in Southfield. For sponsorship
opportunity inquiries, please call:
(248) 539 - 2150.
27 42nd Annual Traverse Bay
Outdoor Art Fair. juried arts and
crafts fair. Artists from all over the
country gather for this annual art
fair under the pines of Northwestern
Michigan College. Includes a variety
of food booths and music - no admis-
sion. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Northwestern
Michigan College, East Front Street,
Traverse City. Call: (231) 941- 9488
2 Mode du Concours Fashion
Show Luncheon. Meadow Brook
Hall, Oakland University, Auburn
Hills. (248) 370-3140.
20-21 1st Annual Southfield
Concours d'Elegance. "Wine &
Wheels" Charity Auction/Cocktail
Reception debut on Saturday, July
20th at the Plum Hollow Country
2-3 RM Classic Cars Vintage
Motor Car Auction. Oakland
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