JUNE ON JEFFERSON- SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Thanks to everyone that came out for Jazzin’ on Jefferson last weekend. The fun continues with more events. The POP-UP shops will be open on Fridays and Saturdays until July 6. Coffee and (…) will continue to be open during the week, and Goodwells Natural Market and River’s Edge Gallery-East will also open their doors for special weekday programming
Thursday 6/20, 5-9 p.m. – Gallery Crawl – River’s Edge Gallery/Coffee and (___)
Friday 6/21, 6-10 p.m. – Kung Food at Coffee and (___)
Experience the unique food stylings of Jonathan Kung, who brings the influences of his native Hong Kong and a passion for food and authentic flavors to Detroit.
Friday 6/28, 5-8 p.m. – Chalmers Square Ribbon Cutting/Reception
Saturday 6/29, 12:30-1:30 p.m. – Sidewalk Festival for the Performing Arts. Performance art.
Saturday 6/29, noon-4 p.m. – Rowe Niodior African Dance Company and Sidewalk Performing Arts – Outdoor Space on the north side of Jefferson.
Rowe Niodior is an African dance company dedicated to the African Culture.
“In Africa, dance is the traditional expression of individual and collective emotions.”
We wish to become a living crossroad where people with different perspectives find common ground through performances, movements, cultural exchange and education.
We want to uphold the legacy of African cultural heritage, forge closer ties between the African continent and the Diaspora, and reinvigorate the Detroit community.
Saturday 6/29, 3-4 p.m. – Lottie and the Manatee. Folk roots/Motown hybrid.
Saturday, 6/29, 4 – 8 p.m. - AIAD Biergarten, The American Institute of Architecture, Detroit Chapter, will be hosting a Biergarten to celebrate the great efforts of the design teams. Outdoor Space on the north side of Jefferson.
Music by No Lines Drawn and Eroders. Beer from Motor City Brewery. Food from the Grindhouse Food Truck
Saturday, 6/29 – Dr. Sketchy at Coffee and (___)
Sunday, 6/30, 2-4 p.m. Boggs School, [Community Conversation] It takes a village: parents,schools and community. All ages welcome. How do parents want to be involved in their children’s learning? How can the Boggs School provide a welcoming environment for parents? What would parents like their role to be in developing and supporting a school?
(Not all shops will be open, special sunday event).
Final Weekend: July 5-6th
Saturday 7/6, noon-8 p.m. – Neighborhood Day BBQ, Bingo, board games, performance by RJ Spangler Trio