From June 1 to 11, the Cinetopia film festival honored the rich heritage of cinematic culture and Michigan’s proud legacy of outstanding cinema artists. This year's lineup included "12th and Clairmount," "Band Aid" and "Detroit Voices," among others. The festival concluded with a closing night party on June 11 at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.
On June 10, the Capuchin Soup Kitchen invited Detroiters to Comerica Park for a night of Wild West fun for its 36th annual Souper Summer Celebration. The free event featured fireworks, live entertainment, a raffle, and more. Proceeds benefited the organization whose mission is to tend to people's basic needs, especially the need for food,
On June 15, Detroit Artist's Market held its 82nd Garden Party & Art Sale. The event welcomed guests for a four hour art sale in an intimate garden setting. Proceeds benefited the organization's efforts to provide opportunities for local artists to exhibit and sell works. The Detroit Artists Market is the oldest continuously non-profit art gallery in the Midwest.
On June 15, the Detroit Chapter of Jack and Jill of America celebrated 65 years of service with its St. John Boutique event. The event was held in Somerset Mall and invited guests to shop for a cause and to help raise funds for one of the group's current projects, establishing a computer lab in the Tindal Recreational Center in Detroit.
On June 17, Forgotten Harvest, one of the nation’s largest food rescue organizations, held its 25th annual Comedy Night, headlined by Seth Myers, at the Fox Theatre in Detroit. Proceeds from ticket sales and sponsorships benefitted the organization's network of nearly 300 agencies in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties, which provide fresh food options to those in need.