Eat, drink and be merry this weekend in the D
Wine, wild lights and delicious foods can be found all around the D
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It’s going to be pretty chilly outside this weekend, but there are some fun events that are worth bundling up and heading outside.
Wine Tasting for the Holidays
If you need help finding the perfect wine to bring to Thanksgiving or holiday dinner, this is the event for you. Pop some bottles with Plum Market Detroit and taste 6 wines that will be just right for any holiday celebration. A wine expert will be there as well to teach you facts about wineries and wine.. The event is Saturday from 4 p.m. to 6p.m. and prices range from $35-$40.
This is a community event where Mexican families compete to find out who makes the best mole around. If you don’t know, mole is a dark red sauce that is a symbol of Mexico’s mixed indigenous heritage. You can learn more about that at the event too. Holy Mole is on Saturday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at El Kiosko in Southwest Detroit.
Wild Lights at the Detroit Zoo
Be prepared to be mesmerized when you walk through 5 million LED lights throughout the Detroit Zoo. There’s also holiday entertainment, seasonal refreshments and activities. Wild Lights starts this Saturday and will go until January. Admission ranges from $11 to $18; kids under 2 years old get in free.
U of M vs. MSU Football
Watch the Spartans take on the Wolverines at this family-friendly event. Enjoy a live DJ, lawn games, drinks from Lumen and watch the game on a big screen. This is a free event but get there early for a good seat.
Library After Dark: Cigar Social
This is a first of its kind event happening at the Detroit Masonic Temple Library, Archive and Research Center. You will receive one premium cigar, food, drink and one book to learn about the Masons. This is happening Friday, starting at 7 p.m. Prices range between $40 to $55.
You can check out more of what’s happening around the D by going to clickondetroit.com/in-the-d.
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