Cronin Law Firm - February/March 2020

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Detroit Area Events


Sites to See and Places to Visit! This month, why not tour some of the places you always mean to visit but never get around to? Here are a few reasons to venture outside, even when it’s chilly out, and enjoy what our city has to offer.

TAKE A RIDE ON THE PEOPLE MOVER At 75 cents a ride, the Detroit People Mover is a fun and cost-effective way to get around and discover the city. Kids get a kick out of the above-ground train, and you can choose from many fun stops, like RiverWalk Area, Bricktown, and Greektown. A stop for a bite to eat along the way is highly recommended! VISIT THE WSU PLANETARIUM When: Most Friday nights, 7 and 8:30 p.m. Where: Wayne State University Serving as both a resource for WSU students and the public, the planetarium offers free shows almost every Friday night, providing a detailed look at the stars, planets, and solar system with their Spitz High Definition Digital System. The planetarium also hosts a free young astronomers show on second Saturdays

geared toward children 10 and under and their families. Reserve a spot and learn more at CHECK OUT THE DETROIT INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS Where: 5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit The Detroit Institute of the Arts is more than an art museum. In addition to the beautiful collection of artwork on display, the DIA also features events like Friday night musical performances, movie nights in the Institute’s historic theatre, and chess club. Also, free family fun happens every day while residents of Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne counties receive free general admission. Visit to learn more.


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