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From October 1-5, Hour Detroit held its biannual event Savor Detroit. The five-night series featured custom menus developed by the city’s most celebrated chefs for one-of-a-kind four-course meals complete with thoughtfully selected wine pairings. Guests also enjoyed unique art installations for the ultimate culinary experience. Monday’s meal was prepared by Chefs John Vermiglio and Joe Glacomino of Grey Ghost and Chef Jessi Patuano of Gather. A portion of the proceeds benefited dozens of local charities.
On June 29, Hour Detroit brought the Best of Detroit issue to life at the 13th annual Best of Detroit Party at Eastern Market. Guests enjoyed the flavors, sounds, and fashions of Hour Detroit’s Best of Detroit winners, as well as live entertainment from Your Generation, Nuclassica and DJ CAPTN20. The evening was hosted by Evrod Cassimy from WDIV Local 4.
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On Oct. 13, the American Cancer Society held its Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Detroit walk at Hart Plaza in Detroit. Participants included breast cancer survivors and their caregivers, and others hoping to find a cure for the disease. After walking the 5k, attendees enjoyed live music, juice samples from Beyond Juice, and more fun activities. Proceeds benefited the American Cancer Society, raising money for breast cancer research, support, and detection.
On Oct. 11, Detroit Garment Group held its annual one-day conference, FashionSpeak at the One Woodward building in Detroit. Attendees enjoyed continental breakfast and lunch, fashion-focused workshops, and more. Panel speakers and special guests included costume designer, Phoenix Mellow, Chair of the Fashion Accessories Design Department at College of Creative Studies, Aki Choklat, and principal designer at Detroit Vs. Everybody, Tommey Walker Jr.
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On Oct. 4, Cure Multiple Myeloma Corp. held its annual Wine & Dine in the D event on the fourth floor of the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel in Detroit. Guests enjoyed an evening of delicious gourmet food, a selection of wines, live jazz music, and more. Attendees were also invited to take part in an informative, hour-long discussion about multiple myeloma with medical experts. Proceeds from the eighth annual Wine & Dine event benefited metro Detroit's myeloma community as well as the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation in its efforts to find treatment for the disease.
On Oct. 5, The Pink Fund hosted its Dancing with the Survivors event at the Silver Garden Events Center in Southfield. The event paired local breast cancer survivors with professional dancers from Astaire Dance Studios, teaching and performing ballroom-style dances. Guests of the fundraising event enjoyed ballroom dances, cocktails, dinner, and more. Proceeds benefited The Pink Fund in its mission to assist local breast cancer patients in active treatment.
On Oct. 5, the Detroit Wine Organization and Kroger held its annual Detroit Uncorked event at Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan in Detroit. Attendees enjoyed sampling over 300 wines from Michigan and other countries, eating food from over 20 local restaurants, live entertainment, and more. Proceeds from the 14th annual premier wine tasting benefited Gleaners Community Food Bank.
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On Oct. 6, Beaumont Hospital held its annual Red Tie Ball at the Motor City Casino in Detroit. Guests of the 13th annual ball enjoyed cocktails, silent and live auctions, dinner, entertainment by Fifty Amp Fuse, and more. Proceeds from the elegant, red-tie evening event benefited the Center for Exceptional Families (CEF) and the expansion of the autism center at Beaumont Hospital Dearborn.
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Benefiting Gilda’s Club Metro Detroit, this annual runway show supports and celebrates breast cancer survivors
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On Sept. 22, Sanctum House hosted Zonjic Meets Motown, a benefit concert at the Southfield Pavilion in Southfield. Guests enjoyed dinner, dessert, and musical performances by Alexander Zonjic and his band and Serieux - a Motown Temptations Review. Proceeds benefitted the Sanctum House in its mission to help survivors of human trafficking.
On Sept. 21, Karmanos Cancer Institute held its annual Partners Event at the Michigan Building Theatre in Detroit. Attendees enjoyed an exciting night with a high-end carnival, a strolling cocktail reception and dinner, live entertainment, and more. The 25th annual Partners Night also honored Jack D. Sobel M.D., dean of Wayne State University's School of Medicine. Proceeds from the event benefitted the Karmanos Cancer Institute.
On Sept. 22, the American Cancer Society held its annual Cattle Baron's Ball at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. Guests dressed in their southwestern best, and enjoyed mechanical bull riding, line dancing, and more. Proceeds from the fundraising gala benefitted the American Cancer Society, helping fund cancer research, patient services, education, and advocacy.
Comedy shows, musical performances, and more dominate the Motor City
On Sept. 19, Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters held its British Invasion Summer Cruise along the Detroit River. Passengers boarded the yacht at Port Detroit Dock in Detroit and enjoyed a cruise inspired by the British boy bands of the sixties. The Beatles' cover band, Magical Mystery Groove performed a variety of the Fab Four's biggest songs. A portion of the proceeds benefited Noble Odyssey Foundation in its Great Lakes research efforts.
On Sept. 15, the Arab American and Chaldean Council held its Civic and Humanitarian Awards Gala at the Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center in Detroit. Guests of the black-tie optional event enjoyed dinner and a program which honored individuals who are visionaries in their areas of work. Proceeds from the 39th annual gala benefited the ACC's educational and refugee initiatives.
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On Sept. 14, the Junior League of Detroit's Designers' Show House held its "A Moment in Time" Gala at the Charles T. Fisher Mansion in Detroit. Guests were treated to an estate tour, a live art installation by Artist Felle and Design Core Detroit, a strolling dinner, and more. Proceeds from the celebration benefited various community programs, including Project EAT and other social service organizations.
On Aug. 30, Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters held its Night in Havana Summer Cruise along the Detroit River. Guests boarded the yacht at Port Detroit Dock, enjoyed cuisine inspired by Old Havana, and danced to music by Detroit musicians Grupo Escobar. The sold-out cruise was a part of the yacht charter's Summer Cruise Series.
On July 25, Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters held its Continents Uncorked Summer Cruise along the Detroit River, boarding at Port Detroit Dock. Passengers enjoyed a strolling wine dinner that included an expansive wine selection from vineyards across the country and cuisine from North America, Asia, Europe, and Africa. Musical group Intrigue performed at the sold out cruise. A portion of the proceeds benefited local charity, Global Ties Detroit.
On Sept. 12, Infinity and Ovation Yacht Charters held its Motown Summer Cruise along the Detroit River. Passengers boarded the sold-out cruise at the Port Detroit Dock, enjoyed a Michigan-themed dinner, Detroit-inspired cocktails, and live entertainment from Motown band, Persuasion. The Motown Summer Cruise was a part of the Infinity-Ovation Yacht Charter's Summer Cruise Series.