If you’re looking for your best bets for weekend activities, Patch has you covered with highlights of events you may not want to miss.
When: Friday or Saturday at 8 p.m.
Why Go: The St. Dunstan Theatre Guild of Cranbrook presents the charming romantic musical comedy She Loves Me this weekend. The family-friendly story is based on a film called Shop Around The Corner which also inspired the hit movie You’ve Got Mail. Jeff Davison of Bingham Farms is the show's director who said, “It’s a simple love story about two people that fall in love and can’t stand each other.”
When: Sunday at 12 p.m.
Why Go: Gallery Director Terri Stearn created the idea for this new exhibit when she partnered with former fashion model and Detroit artist Dana Keaton. Keaton worked for over three months with a select group of 12 teen girls from Detroit and the suburbs teaching them how to design, sew and create entire ensembles for the runway. On Sunday the girls' designs, said to be incredible, will be modeled by professional models down the runway. After the girls' fashions are modeled, there will be a runway show featuring leading fashion designers presenting new gowns and outfits. will emcee and provide the music. On display there will also be over 300 bracelets created by artists from around the world.
When: Sunday at 11:45 a.m.
Why Go: The Classical Brunch series at the Community House offers you a chance to begin the day by dining on delicious brunch fare including scrambled eggs, french toast, fruit and yogurt parfaits, bacon, and sausage, plus more favorites. Then, enjoy listening to the classical sounds of this months featured performers which include Kimberly Kaloyanides Kennedy on violin, Yizhak Schotten on viola, Una Fionnula O'Riordan on cello and Katherine Collier on piano.
When: Saturday at 8 p.m. or Sunday at 3 p.m.
Why Go: Presented by Sky's the Limit Productions, Dreamcoat includes more than 70 local actors ranging in age from six to adults. Audiences of all ages can appreciate the memorable music that retells the life of Joseph and his brothers from the Book of Genesis. On Saturday you can enjoy special guest performer Rabbi Norm Roman from , who will be the opening narrator. If you choose to go on Sunday, you can hear Rabbi Tamara Kolton from , be the opening narrator guest performer.
When: Saturday at 7 p.m.
Why Go: Pull out those acid washed jeans, Z. Cavaricci's, parachute pants to look styling at the St. Regis "Living on a Prayer" 2012 Auction. Shoulder pads, Members Only jackets, and big hair are A-OK on Saturday night. In fact, they will add to your fun as everyone dresses in their favorite 80's gear. There will be a live auction for you to bid on, plus dinner and dancing. The music will be provided by local dance-rock cover band Good Gravy.