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The Detroit Historical Society continues its monthly Film Series with “Our Arab American Story” showing Saturday and Sunday, January 14 and 15 at 1 p.m. at the Detroit Historical Museum.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Detroit Historical Society is offering a special thank you to the community by offering free admission at the Detroit Historical Museum.
The Detroit Historical Society is continuing its “Third Sunday Free Admission” promotion at the Detroit Historical Museum this Sunday, November 20.
On Thursday, the Detroit Historical Society’s Dossin Maritime Group will host its annual remembrance of the loss of the Edmund Fitzgerald, which sank during a massive storm on Lake Superior 36 years ago.
The Detroit Police Department says its dive team members found a cannon that could be more than two centuries old in the Detroit River near the city’s downtown.
The Detroit Historical Society continues its popular film series every weekend this summer from Saturday, July 9 through Sunday, September 4 with popular films from the past covering a range of Detroit history.
The Detroit Historical Society continues its “Behind the Scenes” tour series in June with guided tours of some of Metro Detroit’s most interesting sites.
The Dossin Great Lakes Museum on Belle Isle will debut two new exhibits on Saturday. The museum is open to the public on weekends, free of charge.
Lynda Charow will present her new documentary, “Building on Faith: The Historic Churches of Detroit,” at a charity premiere at the Detroit Historical Museum on Friday, April 1 at 6 pm.