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        CultureSource Wednesday, July 18

        Cupcakeasaurus at Wild Summer Nights Series

        The Detroit Zoo gets even wilder on Wednesday nights during July and August with its annual Wild Summer Nights concert series. Wild Summer Nights features a variety of live music from local bands, including children’s, classical, pop, folk and blues. Concert-goers are invited to bring a blanket and pack a picnic. Cooler checks will be done and, as a reminder, there is no beer, wine, alcohol or glass allowed on property. Food, snacks, beer, wine and soft drinks are available for purchase from
        CultureSource Wednesday, July 18

        DCDT Talk: Myths and Realities of Detroit's Silicon Plains

        Detroit's rise coincided with the promise of tech startups galore. We were once dubbed The Silicon Plains. As we ponder the growth of creative industries in Detroit for 2018, we look back and evaluate if that status became a reality and what it means to live, work and play in Detroit as a creative professional. Speakers to include: Billy Strawter, founder of MILO Dr. Jerry Davis, associate dean for business and impact at University of Michigan Ross School of Business Edi Demaj, COO of Rocket
        CultureSource Wednesday, July 18

        Sci-Fi Summer– Space Travel: When Worlds Collide (1951)

        As a star and a planet approach the Earth on a certain collision course, a team of scientists works feverishly to construct a rocket they hope will become a space age Noah’s Ark, taking a handful of humans and animals to the new planet to restart civilization, at the very moment of our old world’s spectacular destruction.
        CultureSource Wednesday, July 18

        The Centennial Birthday Celebration of Nelson Mandela with Randall Robinson, Esq.​

        Speaker: Randall Robinson, Esq., Lawyer, Author and Human Rights Activist, Founder of TransAfrica
        CultureSource Thursday, July 19

        An Evening of Artistic Expression

        An intimate musical & artistic experience featuring vocalist Lonnie Reed guest artist for the "Rock, Pop, and Soul" concert. Light appetizers, craft beer, and wine will be served. Benefiting music and art programs of Michigan Philharmonic and Art Foundation.

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