Annual Noel Night ScheduleLAST UPDATED: November 26, 2012
8. The Black Dress Co.
| 113 E. Canfield • 313.833.7795 •theblackdressonline.com The Black Dress Co., an apparel and accessories store for all body types, has a new storefront at 113 E. Canfield. Visit theirwebsiteon November 30th for updates and Noel Night discount offers.
9. Bob's Classic Kicks
| 4717 Woodward • 313.832.7513 •bobsclassickicks.com Check out Detroit's #1 sneaker store and some of today's most exclusive kicks, with sounds by DJMix on the ones and twos.Ask about Noel Night savings on Bob's store gear!
10. The Bottom Line Coffee House
| 4474 Third • 313.638.2759 •tblcoffeehouse.com Visit Midtown's independent neighborhood coffee bar for great coffee and tea, heavenly treats, beautiful soups, fresh saladsand sandwiches. View their "Art in the House" Gallery featuring the works of local and international artists.5:00-9:00 p.m. - Shop for great deals on packaged coffee and tea, gift baskets, unique art works and vinyl records.6:30 p.m. - Christmas Stories with Grandpa Jenkins7:30-9:30 p.m. - Jazz in the House | For your listening pleasure, select an album from their in-house vinyl collectionor enjoy cuts selected by their DJ.
11. Campus Bible Fellowship
| 74 W. Forest • 313.833.9038 •cbfwsu.org Enjoy a holiday music ensemble featuring songs performed by a string quartet, harpist, hand bell ensemble, and vocalists at6:00, 7:00 and 8:00 p.m. Holiday refreshments available.
12. Cass Café
| 4620 Cass • 313.831.1400 •casscafe.com 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. - Lac La Belle | Jennie Knaggs and Nick Chillace make up the Americana duo Lac La Belle. Their sound juxtaposes the early decades of recorded rural American music with decaying Rustbelt aesthetic. A tradition is re-imagined—or maybe just resumed—in the 'future-ristic' swirl of accordion, ukulele, mandolin, banjo, resonator guitar and harmonizingvocals. Knaggs is a Hollerin' Champion in both Virginia and Kentucky, and Schillace is considered an authority on early 20thcentury American fingerpicking guitar styles, with two solo releases and his sough after thesis, "John Fahey and AmericanPrimitivism; The Process of American Identity in the 20th Century." Their newly released second album, "Bring on the Light"boasts 12 original works and one traditional arrangement, including intimate anecdotes and stories of their hometownDetroit.
13. Cathedral Church of St. Paul
| 4800 Woodward • 313.831.5000 •detroitcathedral.org Don't miss the live nativity scene on Woodward! Stop by for apple cider, wine and cheese. The A.R.C. will also be offering avariety of items for sale.5:15 p.m. - Tour of the Cathedral led by Dean Hunter6:00 p.m. - Music for Advent sung by the Cathedral Choir6:30 p.m. - Organ recital by Richard Newman7:00 p.m. - Seated tour of the Cathedral led by Dean Hunter7:30 p.m. - Organ recital by Jeremy David Tarrant8:00 p.m. - Holiday music by theFive Lakes Silver Band
14. Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
| 315 E. Warren • 313.494.5800 •thewright.org Exhibitions on display at The Wright:
And Still We Rise: Our Journey Through African American History and Culture
- This 22,000 sq. ft. exhibition contains more than20 galleries that allow patrons to travel from prehistoric Africa to modern-day Detroit.
Visions of Our 44th President
- A collective art exhibit of forty-four busts painted by forty-four contemporary artists fromacross the country to honor the historical significance of the first African American president of the United States.
Inspiring Minds: African Americans in Science and Technology
- A high-tech hands-on exhibit highlighting trailblazers,contemporaries and careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Moving to His Own Beat - Fela: The Man, The Movement, The Music
- This exhibit celebrates the life and music of Fela Anikulapo-