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Bellydance Superstars

This wiggling, shaking, and gyrating American troupe has spread the art of belly-dancing to 25 countries and countless cities. Now it’s Detroit’s turn to see these exotic dancers. 8 p.m. Nov. 11. $27-$47.

Music Hall, 350 Madison, Detroit; 313-887-8501, musichall.org.

 

BalletMet Columbus

Tchaikovsky’s beloved holiday chestnut, The Nutcracker, gets a jump-start on the holidays, performed just after Thanksgiving. More than 100 performers from BalletMet Columbus, along with several local children, will take part in the spectacle. Unlike many ballets, which include recorded music, these performances will be accompanied by the Michigan Opera Theatre Orchestra.

Nov. 23-25. 25-$125. Detroit Opera House, 1526 Broadway, Detroit; 313-237-SING, michiganopera.org.
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Cruise for a Cause 2016

On Aug. 23, the 8th annual Cruise for a Cause was held aboard an Infinity Ovation Yacht, benefiting Detroit Central City. Guests enjoyed a strolling dinner, open bar, live entertainment, and more. DCC has served the community for 40 years as one of the area’s first non-profit mental health agencies.

Kiteghe School Celebration 2016

On Aug. 11, supporters of the Kids 4 Kenya and and African Promise organizations gathered at the Adams Woods Clubhouse in Bloomfield Hills to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Kiteghe School, built thanks to local philanthropists. Guests enjoyed food, cocktails, entertainment, a silent auction, and raffle. Special guest Charles Coldman who oversees the school also spoke at the event. Proceeds benefited Kids 4 Kenya.

Cruisin' to Drive Out Hunger 2016

On Aug. 19, Forgotten Harvest held the 14th annual Cruisin’ to Drive Out Hunger (formerly the Champagne Cruise) at Westborn Market in Berkley. Guests enjoyed delicious food from local restaurants, live entertainment, dancing, and more. Proceeds from the charity preview benefited Forgotten Harvest to help relieve hunger in Metro Detroit.

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Senior Dream Cruise 2016

On Aug. 17, Jewish Senior Life held its annual Dream Cruise event on its Eugene & Marcia Applebaum Campus in West Bloomfield. Residents enjoyed some 80 classic cars that paraded between residences. Volunteers wore vintage attire like poodle skirts and played music from the 1950s.
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