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March 20, 2014 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-03-20

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celebrate

PANDORA'

a guide to simchahs

UNFORGETTABLE MOMENTS

Magnificent Venue

Consider Detroit's Masonic Temple for

your next party or simchah.

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30975 Orchard Lake Rd.
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Mon-Sat 10AM-6PM • Closed Sundays

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Free PANDORA Bracelet or Bangle
with your PANDORA purchase
of $100 or more.*
March 20-24 (Closed Sunday)

*Free sterling silver Clasp or Bangle Bracelet
($65 US retail value). While supplies last, limit one per
customer. Charms sold separately. See store for details.

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The Crystal Ballroom

f you are from Southeast
Michigan, the coolest place
to be right now is Detroit.
It is an old gem juxtaposed with
young visionaries finding ways to
make memories in a city they are
proud to claim.
The Masonic Temple parallels
this idea of old and new in a
sense that it has been around for
more than 85 years and is con-
stantly finding innovative ways to
keep its doors open — not just its
front doors, but also the doors to
all 1,037 rooms. No, that is not a
typo. The Detroit Masonic is the
largest Masonic temple in the
world.
Sure, it is big, but it is equally

as beautiful. Architects sought
castles in Italy as inspiration when
designing parts of the building.
They designed light fixtures and
chandeliers, decorative arches,
medallions, plaster decorations
and a myriad of other artistic
details that are unique to the
Masonic Temple.
The building contains a variety
of public spaces including two
theaters, two ballrooms and sev-
eral other spaces that can serve as
banquet halls.
Two halls in the Masonic
Temple have been pegged as ideal
places for celebratory events:
specifically bar and bat mitzvahs.
One, the Fountain Ballroom, is

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