Hundreds of people gathered at Ford Field Friday night for the annual Hob Nobble Gobble – the fundraiser for Detroit’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
You can check out some of the historic aspects of Woodward Avenue at a museum exhibit sponsored by the Royal Oak Historical Society.
The event included a round-trip trek along Woodward Avenue from Comerica Park to the Spirit of Detroit statue.
The City of Detroit is starting to close off streets ahead of the big Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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