Americans should want to celebrate the 4th of July and at least give some sign of wanting the celebrations that have been cut from municipalities’ budgets.
Memorial Day is for remembrance, and several Metro Detroit communities observed the Monday holiday with ceremonies and parades.
Looking for some fun family-oriented activities for Memorial Day weekend?
There are a variety of events that celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Southwest Detroit. The Mexicantown area features special entertainment throughout the holiday.
The Greek Community of Metro Detroit will celebrate the annual Greek Independence Day on Sunday, March 25, 2012, with a parade in downtown Detroit.
Celtic music has a long, storied history rich in tradition. Break out your finest green attire and revel in that tradition at some of Detroit’s most popular Irish-themed events and establishments.
A parade and rally celebrating Cass Technical High School’s state Division 1 football championship is set for downtown Detroit.
The heart of Oakland County is ushering in the holiday season with the annual Holiday Extravaganza Parade & Children’s WinterART Festival on Saturday, December 3.
While some people were out shopping at malls on Black Friday, others lined Kercheval Avenue Friday morning for the annual Grosse Pointe Santa Claus Parade.
Fans, workers show up early for parade-day preps.