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Detroit Writing Room Coffee Tasting - Saturday, Jan. 18: This is a ticketed event where attendees will be tasting coffee by participating Detroit coffee spots and voting on their favorite. The winning coffee shop will be named the 2020 Detroit Writing Room Coffee Lover’s Choice Award. For tickets, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/detroit-writing-room-coffee-tasting-tickets-74911106135.
The Detroit Boat Show - Saturday, Jan. 18: Michigan’s largest boat show will take place at the TCF Center starting Jan. 18 and closing on Jan. 26. Hundreds of showcases will be on display featuring boats of various sizes and speeds. Admission to the show is $13.
2020-2021 Theatre & Dance at Wayne Season Tickets On Sale: Starting Jan. 14, students can buy tickets for the 2020-2021 season to attend shows at a discounted rate. Some shows this season are “Our Lady of Kibeho,” and “It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.”
"Detroit: An Illustrated Timeline" Presentation and Book Signing - Wednesday, Jan. 15: Author of four books on Detroit History, Paul Vachon, will be speaking about the history of the city at the Redford Township District Library at 7 p.m. He will also by signing books and answering questions. For more information, visit: https://patch.com/michigan/detroit/amp/cal/20200115/737466/detroit-an-illustrated-timeline-presentation-and-book-signing.
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