10 Things To Do This Weekend (June 23-25)

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Meadow Brook in Bloom: The historic story of the Dodge-Wilson family will be told through floral arrangements, fashion, and table settings during a self-guided tour of the Great Estate at the Meadow Brook Hall and its gardens. June 25-30. $20. Meadow Brook Hall; 350 Estate Dr., Rochester; 248-364-6200; meadowbrookhall.org

Comedy Castle: Chosen to perform on the side stage at last year’s Detroit Oddball Comedy Festival, comedian Jeff Horste returns to metro Detroit for a few nights of laughs. June 22-24. $10.310 S. Troy St., Royal Oak;248-542-9900;comedycastle.com

Train: Gearing up for the release of their latest album, A Girl a Bottle a Boat, the roots rock band is scheduled to visit 45 North American stops this summer on their Play That Song Tour. American rock band O.A.R will join the San Francisco band as a special guest, while British singer-songwriter Natasha Bedingfield will be the tour’s opening act. June 25. $25+. DTE Energy Music Theatre, 7774 Sashabaw Rd., Clarkston; 248-377-0100; palacenet.com

Gipsy Kings: Known for flamenco and salsa music, this band will take to the Chene Park Amphitheatre as part of McDonald’s Summer Concert Series. What better way to ring in summer than by dancing along the Detroit riverfront? June 24. $26+. 2600 Atwater Street, Detroit; 313-393-7128; cheneparkdetroit.com

SURA Arts Academy: Student work will be showcased at Reel Stories: A Student Photography & Film Exhibition. The work shows connection to culture is possible even at a young age. Through June 25. $4+. Arab American National Museum 13624 Michigan Ave. Dearborn; 313-582-2266; arabamericanmuseum.org

Opa! Fest: Troy is celebrating Greek culture with Southeastern Michigan’s oldest Greek festival. June 23-25. Free. Food, drinks, dance, and culture will abound. Troy Chamber of Commerce St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church 760 W. Wattles Road, Troy; 248-362-9575opafest.org

Tuskegee Air Show: Spanning all weekend, this year’s show is promising to please. Also part of Riverdays, the Riverwalk will be the best place to see the aircraft take flight. June 23-25. $3+. Detroit Riverfront Conservancy, Detroit; 313-566-8200http://www.riverdays.com

Twelve Oaks Mall: American Girl is opening off their extended pop-up shop in Novi this weekend. During the ticketed event, all children will receive a complementary gift and partake in a craft while supplies last. The event will also feature a giveaway and raffle. June 24-25. Free. 27500 Novi Rd, Novi; (248) 348-9400americangirl.com

Center Line Independence Festival: Complete with fireworks, carnival rides, beer, and a petting farm, this family-friendly event is fun for any age. June 23. Free. Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau 25355 Lawrence, Center Line; 586-757-6800centerlinefestival.org

Music for Arts’ Sake: The North Rosedale Park Civic Association is sponsoring a guitar and voice recital featuring classical guitarist Peter Fletcher and tenor Irwin Reese on Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 3 p.m. at the North Rosedale Park Community House, 18445 Scarsdale, Detroit. Proceeds benefit installation of a Charles McGee sculpture and Hubert Massey mosaic in North Rosedale Park. Tickets and reception, $30, 313-533-3085