The 42nd Annual Outdoor Art Fair will be held Saturday, July 7 and Sunday, July 8, in the beautiful setting of Memorial Park, at the corner of Woodward Avenue and 13 Mile in Royal Oak. Fair hours are 10 am to 6 pm Saturday, and 10 am to 5 pm Sunday.
Over 100 Michigan and out of state artists will be selling original art work for your home, office, or as a gift. An exciting variety of art offered by these juried artists include ceramics, painting/prints, fiber arts, jewelry, photography, sculpture, wood, glass, leather, and mixed media. A variety of food items will be available.
The Art Fair is sponsored by the Royal Oak Department of Recreation & Public Service and the Royal Oak Arts Council.
Rain or shine, make it a fun day at Royal Oak’s 42nd Annual Outdoor Art Fair.
The annual Tulip Time Festival in Holland is quickly approaching. Festival dates are May 5-12, but due to warmer-than-usual temperatures in Michigan this spring, the tulips are expected to be in peaking in mid April. The Tulip Time Festival website is encouraging Tulip lovers to “Come Early For The Tulips, Come Back For The Festival!”
During the Festival, there is a luncheon with Governor Snyder (tickets are still available) and the Art in Bloom Competition that is held by Holland Area Arts Council. You’ll also find a parade, lots of music, and Dutch Heritage festivities.
For more information, please visit: The Tulip Time website.
It is that time again – time for fireworks to be lighting the night sky in celebration of our Country’s Independence. There isn’t much better than sitting outside on a nice night watching the beautiful explosions light up the sky.
Here is a website address that lists all known fireworks celebrations: michiganfireworks.com
Mark your calendar for September 2 – 5 because you’ll want to attend this year’s Arts Beats and Eats in Royal Oak. Already known for its top-ranking art fair, organizers of Oakland County’s premier festival are hungry for more recognition. They plan to unseat A Taste of Chicago, which had 70 vendors last year, as the country’s biggest foodie event.
The festival moved from Pontiac to Royal Oak in 2010, drawing about 423,000 visitors. A couple times entry gates were closed to accommodate the crowds. The larger festival footprint should give everyone more room, Witz said.
Here are some things that are going on this weekend. Check out the “Notes” section on our facebook fan page for more details!
Feb 12-14 10th Annual Winterfest – in Ida Feb 12-14 Detroit’s Motown Winter Blast – Downtown @ Campus Martius Park Feb 13 Valentine’s Dance Party to Benefit Homeless Animals – Madison Heights Feb 13-15 Village of Rochester Hills Ice Sculpting Festival Feb 13-21 Detroit Boat Show – 52nd Annual – in Detroit