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Friday, February 24, 2017 from 6-8pm
Motown Museum will host an open-to-the-public event in celebration of Black History Month—an event that celebrates Motown’s Black Forum Label, on Friday, February 24 from 6-8 p.m. The open-to-the-public Black Forum Label event will offer attendees the chance to explore the social consciousness of generations past and present. Attendees will listen to excerpts from Black Forum Label albums and engage in lively conversation with a diverse panel of scholars and artists.
Monday, January 16, 2017 from 10am-6pm
Motown Museum will be open on Martin Luther King Jr. Day—Monday, January 16—and will offer free admission to children 17 and under in celebration of the federal holiday.
Thursday, December 8, 2016 from 4-8pm
Motown Museum will host a Carols & Cocoa Community Night at the Motown Museum on December 8 from 4-8 p.m. Come sing, sip and shop around our unique and rare holiday gifts for the collectors in your life! Carols will be sung by Triumph Church’s Praise and Worship Team and delicious hot cocoa and treats will be served.
Friday, October 21, 2016 from 4-6pm
In an effort to celebrate National Book Month, Motown Museum will host Ralph Terrana, author of The Road Through Motown at Motown Museum on Friday, October 21 from 4 to 6 p.m. for an open-to-the-public book singing. A Meet & Greet for all alumni and Museum members will follow the book singing. Please RSVP for the Meet & Greet to firstname.lastname@example.org or (313) 875-2264 ext. 252 two days prior to the event. As a Motown producer and studio manager, The Road Through Motown tells about his early days with the Glo-Worms and The Sunliners, creating, owning and running the fabled Tera Shirma studios in Detroit, playing with Johnny and The Hurricanes, taking charge of Hitsville USA—home of the world-famous Motown Sound, and working with artists such as Meatloaf and Jeff Beck, producers like Andrew Loog Oldham, and music luminaries including Norman Whitfield, Harry Balk, Holland-Dozier-Holland, Frank Wilson and the Funk Brothers, to a quieter post-Motown life on the West Coast, with his new wife, Jesse.