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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-08-30

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Come In & Experience Great Service In A Relaxing
Environment Jesska Tama Welcomes You!

Among its many activities, the Michigan

Renaissance Festival features armored

jousting tournaments.

a large number of items being sold
by nearly 200 master artisans. Sword
swallowers and comedians also have
their places along the property at
12500 Dixie Highway.
The theme attraction of Labor Day
weekend is the Buccaneer Beer Fest.
Hours are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Tickets:
$17.95 adults, $8.95 children. (800)
601-4848 or www.michrenfest.com .

MICHIGAN STATE FAIR
The holiday weekend winds down the
Michigan State Fair. Band Shell enter-
tainment, starting at 8 p.m., includes
the Colgate Country Showdown with
Justine Blazer on Friday, Aug. 31;
You Can Be a Star Karaoke Finals on
Saturday, Sept. 1; Tommy Steele and the
Steele Canyon Band on Sunday, Sept. 2;
and Alice Cooper on Monday, Sept. 3.
Armed Services Day, on Sept. 2,
honors past and present military
members, who get into the fair for free
on Sunday.
Continuing through the holiday are
the usual animal displays and activi-
ties, carnival rides, art show and con-
tests ranging from farm products to
dancing. Foods, including those made
to show and those made to enjoy, fill
the Detroit fairgrounds 10 a.m.-10
p.m. through Labor Day at Woodward
and Eight Mile.
Tickets are $10, $5 children and
seniors, $7 parking. (313) 369-8250 or
www.michigan.gov/mistatefair.

MICHIGAN PEACH
FESTIVAL
Visitors to the Michigan Peach Festival
can pick the celebrated fruit at local
orchards, eat it in pies and ice cream
and even compete in a peach bakeoff,
all part of the activities planned Aug.
30-Sept. 3 in Romeo.
The event, which is concentrated
in an area bordered by 31 Mile, 33
Mile, Powell and Campground roads,
mixes in peaches with traditional fes-
tival activities: music, arts and crafts,

carnival rides, car show and
planned walks.
The country tone is fur-
thered with parades and fun
contests, such as bed racing.
There even is a used book
sale. Amid all the peaches are
plenty of other wholesome
and fun foods.
Core hours are 5-11 p.m.
Thursday and 10 a.m.-10
p.m. other days, with many
activities in specific time
slots. (586) 752-4436 or
w-ww.mipeachfest.com .

DETROIT BELLE ISLE
GRAND PRIX
The Belle Isle roads that comprise the
race track have been upgraded for the
cars racing in the American Le Mans
Series and the IndyCar Series of the
Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix.
Gates open at 8 a.m. Friday, Aug.
31, for a day of practice that ends at
5:20 p.m., followed by a Happy Hour
that goes to 7 p.m. The competitive
events take place 7:45 a.m.-7:15 p.m.
Saturday, Sept. 1, and 9 a.m.-7:15 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 2, both days closing with
a brief concert.
Tickets: $15-$150 depending on
races included and the age of ticket
holders. (866) 464-PRIX or
www.detroitgp.corn.

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The village of Franklin serves up
paintings, sculpture, jewelry, furniture
and other original pieces for a Sept.
3 Labor Day celebration scheduled
10 a.m.-5 p.m. along Franklin Road
between 13 and 14 Mile roads. More
than 75 artists showcase their talents
for Art in the Village.
There also will be a parade, classic
car show, petting farm, inflatables, res-
cued dogs for adoption, a magician, a
juggler and food selections.
For more information, call (248)
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HAMTRAMCK POLISH
FESTIVAL
Polka Palooza, a pierogi-eating contest,
plenty of ethnic food and live wres-
tling matches add to the action of the
Hamtramck Polish Festival, which also
has live music, carnival rides, art sales
and children's activities.
Located along Joseph Campau
between Caniff and Carpenter, the
event runs 6-10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31,
and noon-10 p.m. Saturday-Monday,
Sept. 1-3. (313) 875-7877 or
www.hamtramckfestival.org .

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