Detroit Institute of Arts
Only $49,000 in taxpayer money will be used, with private donations covering the rest.
The Detroit area features an array of unique activities for seniors to participate in.
Chess champion Hikaru Nakamura plans to play 50 members of the Detroit City Chess Club simultaneously at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Starting this week, the pianos will be at three Detroit locations, ready for people to walk up and start playing.
New York, Minneapolis, Denver and Oregon were runners up on the short list of places for Carré Callaway and Wes Borland to start the next phase of their lives.
The museum is launching the programs “as a benefit to all of the Michigan taxpayers who helped safeguard the DIA’s collection through state contributions to Detroit’s pensioners.”
“It’s one of those rare programs that can get entire communities talking about and engaging with art.”
From science and tech to art and design, kids will love theses engaging exhibitions featured in the Detroit area.
Check this list for the best free summer activities for kids in Detroit.
The monument to the late heavyweight champion was commissioned with a $350,000 grant from Sports Illustrated magazine.