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        CultureSource Tuesday, May 22

        Our Community Salutes

        Please join us for Our Community Salutes of Detroit - a resource reception and special ceremony in your honor. You and up to three guests are invited to join us at 6pm for light refreshments and the opportunity to meet with key resources.
        CultureSource Tuesday, May 22

        Take a Chance Tuesday with Channing & Quinn

        Channing & Quinn are an indie folk duo who craft music that blends quirky with creepy, and theatrics with sincerity. In a live setting the two do the work of several musicians by playing guitar, ukulele, accordion, drums, glockenspiel, banjo, looping vocals and even tap dancing all at the same time! (OK, some at the same time.) Their past tours have included one traveling entirely by Amtrak Trains, and most recently a seven-month-long national tour pulling and living in an Airstream trailer.
        CultureSource Tuesday, May 22

        Vance Joy

        Vance Joy’s “Nation Of Two World Tour” will see the acclaimed Australian singer/songwriter take on some of his biggest stages yet, including the world-renowned Greek Theatre and multiple high-profile festivals throughout 2018 including Coachella, Firefly and Shaky Knees.
        CultureSource Wednesday, May 23

        [UNDER]

        [UNDER] is an all-media, juried exhibition where artists were encouraged to interpret the wide range of meanings and possibilities of the word 'under'.
        CultureSource Wednesday, May 23

        An Evening With Author Jennifer Zeynab Joukhadar

        Syrian-American author Jennifer Zeynab Joukhadar's debut novel, The Map of Salt and Stars, is the story of two girls -- a modern-day Syrian refugee seeking safety and a medieval adventurer apprenticed to a legendary mapmaker. A deep immersion into the richly varied cultures of the Middle East and North Africa, the book follows the journeys of Nour and Rawiya as they travel along identical paths across the region eight hundred years apart, braving the unknown beside their companions as they are

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