DETROIT (WWJ) – It may be the end of July, but it isn’t the end of fun for the summer! Read below to learn how to attend the Arab and Chaldean Festival at Hart Plaza, help break a world record with Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, or about other events occurring in the Metro Detroit area.
The Arab and Chaldean Festival will begin on Saturday, July 30 at noon. The world festival features a variety of Arab and Chaldean food, Ethnic cultural gallery and an impressive entertainment program. Learn more by visiting www.arabandchaldeanfestival.com.
The Maker Faire is back! On July 30 and July 31, more than 300 makers will bring their wares, ideas, inventions and solutions to Maker Faire Detroit at The Henry Ford in Dearborn. Children 4 and under are free. Click here to find ticket prices and information or call (313)-982-6001.
The city of Southfield will host The Great Southfield Camp Out on July 30 and July 31 at the Beech Woods Recreation Center. Campers young and old are invited to bring their tents, air mattresses, blankets and lawn chairs for a fun-filled outdoor camping experience right in the city. For more information, call the Southfield Parks and Recreation Department at (248) 796-4620.
The Detroit Tigers Classic Car Show will take place on Saturday, July 30 outside Comerica Park. The Tigers have announced the inclusion of the 1958 Firebird III as the centerpiece vehicle for the car show. Click for more information, tickets, or to nominate your classic car.
Ndamukong Suh from the Detroit Tigers will be at The Detroit Suh Tweetup on July 30. Anyone can come to Downtown Detroit at the corner of Antietam and Rivard to help break his previous world-record. Click to learn more on 98.7 AMP Radio.
Many other events are also occurring every weekend throughout in the Metro Detroit area. Please visit our Events Calendar page if you are interested in finding even more to do.