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Art, antiques, feet to adorn Royal Oak

By |2018-01-15T19:22:19-05:00June 21st, 2007|Entertainment|

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Antique & Garage Sale
9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. July 14-15
Lafayette and Sixth Street Parking Structure

Thirty thousand people will visit the sale of the year in downtown Royal Oak — and the WorldÕs Second Largest Garage and Sidewalk Sale: the 32nd Annual Antique and Garage Sale, at its fabulous new home, the stately newer parking structure on Lafayette between Fifth and Sixth Streets. The Garage Sale is the largest annual fundraiser for the Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce, and takes place over two days.

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Outdoor Art Fair
10 a.m.-6 p.m. July 7
10 a.m.-5 p.m. July 8
Royal Oak Memorial Park
Corner of Woodward Ave. and 13 Mile Road in Royal Oak

The Royal Oak Arts Council and Royal Oak Recreation will sponsor a juried fine art show. The show is set amoung the beautiful trees of Memorial Park and offers a unique blend of fine art and fine crafts. The show attracts artists from across the country and has national ranking as one of the top fairs in the United States. Art work will be for sale in many categories including drawing, painting, photography, clay, collage, glass, metal, wood, jewelry, leather/fiber, and mixed media.
The Art Fair offers an excellent opportunity to purchase an original item for your home, office or as a gift. Food concessions will be on site for lunch and dinner. For more information, please call (248) 246-3180.

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Barefoot Barbecue
June 22
Water Works
Call (248) 399-3727 to RSVP

On June 22, Water Works is throwing a Barefoot Barbecue, hosted by two founding members, Holly and Bryan Conroy. It’s an old-fashioned, picnic-style party, so bring some friends and feel free to come open-toed. As always, it’s a “what you will” fundraising event, so don’t forget to bring your checkbook, too. Suggested minimum donation is $50 per person.

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