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Cirque Du Soleil Quidam

Since its premiere in 1996, the production has toured on five continents and has been seen by millions. The international cast features 52 acrobats, musicians, singers and characters, who help Young Zoe find a meaning to her life and she slips into the world of Quidam. Feb. 2-5. $35-$100.

Joe Louis Arena, 600 Civic Center Dr., Detroit; 800-745-3000.


Motown Winter Blast

Centered at Campus Martius, the festival includes everything from free ice-skating, ice sculptures, snowshoeing, marshmallow roasting, a winter carnival, as well as other activities. The event partners with Matrix Human Services, which asks festival-goers to donate $1 or a non-perishable food item or book. Feb. 10-12.

Campus Martius, 800 Woodward, Detroit;


Nuclear Cowboyz

Feld Motor Sports, Inc. producer of this all-new freestyle motorcross North American Tour, promises a show that pushes the extreme with a futuristic narrative told through freestyle action. 7:30 p.m. Feb. 11. $33.

The Palace of Auburn Hills, 6 Championship Drive, Auburn Hills;


Detroit Boat Show

Shop for ski boats, fishing boats, pontoons, cruisers, personal watercraft, paddleboats, inflatables, and more. Also, all things boating related are featured, including service, accessories, engines, trailers, and dockage. Feb. 11-19. $12.

Cobo Center, 1 Washington Blvd., Detroit;


Metro Detroit Go Red for Women Luncheon

mpaign to help raise awareness of heart disease in women. The annual luncheon includes interactive health exhibits, health screenings, and an auction. 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Feb. 17. $175.

MGM Grand Detroit, 1777 Third St., Detroit; 248-936-5831.


Cottage and Lakefront Living Show

Everything you need to know about living in a cottage or lakefront home is on display at this fifth annual event. Exhibits include log, timber frame, cedar homes, cottage rentals, designers, architects, cottage furnishings, lakeshore maintenance, and boats. Feb. 23-26. $4-$10.

Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River, Novi;



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