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Make your celebration perfect
with the absolute latest party ideas. Straight
from New York - specializing in unique entertainment. Most
of our interactive activities offer your guests not only unusual
entertainment, but giveaways as well.
• Unique hand Wax Sculptures
+ Digital ?Dot° Fantasy: You Pic11,
from Flips/holograms, Old time
pr2oto%, SuperirnpoMg and much
More. We offer customized bac1c -
grounds along witz many different
ways to di s play your prioto%
+ ivqlitary Dog Tag%
• Teddy Bear Staffing Station
entertainment by design
• Crystal/Ink. Tattoo Parlor
• Creative activities: Candle Art,
Spin Art, Sand Art, Jell Candle s ,
Tie Dying, etc.
• handwriting Analysis, P%yerzic%,
11)/Prioti3t and astrologer s
+ Fun 8s Game glow
fiez 4 Crab Racing
• Tbeme Related Place Cards
Call for entertainment during your cocktail
hour or throughout your entire event.
(248) 544-0999 phone
(248) 544-0995 fax
Davy Jones of The Monkees as a spe-
cial guest; ticket sales benefit the
Children's Charities Coalition. (248)
644-5832 or 800- 4-REVVIN.
(586) 465-9441 or
The Broadway Concert: "He
Said, She Said." Detroit Symphony
Orchestra at Meadow Brook Music
Festival. 6 p.m. $9-$55.(313) 576-
5111 or www.detroitsymphony.com
Hank Williams Jr. at Freedom
Hill Amphitheater. $25-$45. (586)
Summer Family Fun Night.
Aerosmith, Kiss and Ted Nugent
Meadow Brook Hall's archi-
at Comerica Park. Tickets TBA. (248)
645-6666 or www.ticketmaster.com
- 1 6 RevVin' with Ford. This year's
edition of Revvin' with Ford will fea-
ture "Generations of Sensations" with
classic cars, legendary stars and updat-
ed concept vehicles. The free-admis-
sion event is a non-stop show within a
show, a self-contained extravaganza of
music, food, nostalgia, kid-friendly
activities and, of course, classic cars
and revamped versions of Ford auto-
mobile legends. Friday, August 15 is
the Charity Preview Party featuring
tecture through a scavenger hunt.
Each family team will follow clues
throughout the grounds to discover
prizes and puzzle pieces. Ice cream
sundae bar with all the toppings. 6:30-
8:30 p.m. $12.50. (248) 370-3140 or
-Sept. 1 Chrysler Arts, Beats &
Eats. Downtown Pontiac. Free enter-
tainment, arts, music and food festi-
val. (248) 975-8850 or www.artsbeat-
Savoir are Catering
• Lunch & dinner
is Pleased to announce our
intimate private clining venue.
jile perfect solution for
gatherings of 30-60 guests
• Catering/ Platters
celebrating showers, birtlida9s,
shabbat dinners, brunches and other
• Family Owned & Operated
r lease call to inquire about our
"51iabbat in a box Dinners"
4052 Haggerty at Richardson Rd.
$1 2.00 per person, one week notice.
Also complete Traditional holiday Meals with Flair.
25 8 5 9 Lahser Road
fax: (2+8) 356-665