BELLE ISLE CONSERVANCY
‘Fairy doors’ exhibit turns Detroit’s Belle Isle into a magical scavenger hunt
DETROIT, MICH. -- Something sweet is hiding on Belle Isle. An entire garden of fairy doors has been planted on the grounds surrounding the iconic Belle Isle Aquarium and Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, creating an interactive self-guided scavenger hunt for kids and adults alike, now through November 29. Hosted by the Belle Isle Conservancy, the free outdoor exhibit features 17 fairy doors, each with its own theme ranging from Fall Harvest to Jurassic Park. Visitors can use an interactive map to see the general vicinity of the fairy doors, but must explore further to discover their exact locations. While the event is free, visitors must have a state park Recreation Passport for entrance onto Belle Isle.mlive.com
Detroit holds memorial day for COVID-19 victims
DETROIT – The city of Detroit is holding a memorial day on Monday to honor more than 1,500 residents who died from COVID-19. On Monday, “Detroit Memorial Day,” families are driving their cars in 15 consecutive funeral processions past nearly 900 billboard-sized photos of loved ones staked around Belle Isle. The photos represent a majority of the 1,500 Detroiters lost to the virus between through early August. Portraits of COVID-19 victims line the street Aug. 31, 2020 on Belle Isle in Detroit. (WDIV)Duggan spoke at 8:15 a.m. at the foot of the bridge to Belle Isle.
Morning Show Insider: Rhonda's Thoughts on Giving Back
Over the past week, I have had the honor to give and be in the presence of hundreds of giving Metro Detroiters. Today, from its Detroit campus on Oakwood Blvd provides youth development, food for seniors, job training and so much more. Check traffic conditions in your neighborhood here All Morning -- Rhonda's Brag BookDo you know a young person who is really making a difference in our community? All Morning -- Win Patti LaBelle TicketsEvrod and Patti LaBelle will be performing together on Sunday, October 20th at the Motor City Soundboard. Get to know the Local 4 News Today team betterLocal 4 News Today linksCopyright 2019 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit - All rights reserved.
4 things to watch for -- Wednesday, October 16th
Focus Hope founded in 1968 after the Detroit riots with a mission to help overcome racism, poverty and injustice. Today, from its Detroit campus on Oakwood Blvd provides youth development, food for seniors, job training and so much more. We have a pair of tickets to give away to one Local 4 viewer...but you have to watch to win! Answer: May 6, 1957May 6, 1957 Be sure to watch daily at 6 a.m. and click this link to enter for a chance to win. Get to know the Local 4 News Today team betterLocal 4 News Today linksCopyright 2019 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit - All rights reserved.