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FREE & CHEAP Things to Do This Week

These events are $20 or less - most are free - and sure to keep you busy all week

Auto Show - Jan. 20

Got an event you'd like to list in next week's Free & Cheap? Send an email to calendar@blacdetroit.com with FREE & CHEAP in the subject line!

15 MONDAY: King Day Celebration

Celebrate MLK Jr. Day with children's workshops, arts and crafts, musical performances, storytelling and more.

$5-$8

9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

315 E. Warren Ave., Detroit

thewright.org

17 WEDNESDAY: Karaoke Wednesdays

Enjoy Karaoke, great music, food, drinks, and dancing, with sounds by DJ Coach G.

Free

5 p.m.-midnight

DUO Restaurant & Lounge

29555 Northwestern Highway, Southfield

dineduo.com

18 THURSDAY: 'Economic Roots of The 1967 Uprising in Detroit'

Presented by Thomas A. Klug of Marygrove College, this discussion will examine the long-term economic change that hit Detroit beginning in the 1950s.

Free (pre-registration required)

6-8 p.m.

Detroit Historical Museum

5401 Woodward Ave., Detroit

detroithistorical.org

19 FRIDAY: Sixth Annual Health Fair

Find free flu shots, blood pressure and glucose screenings, dental screenings and medical information.

Free

3-6 p.m.

Chandler Park Academy High School

20254 Kelly Road, Harper Woods

313-499-3010

19 FRIDAY: Fire & Ice Festival

Bring the family to the Oakland County Fire & Ice Festival for dog sled rides, a tube sledding hill, ice skating, snow shoeing, ice carving and more.

Free

Times vary, today-Jan. 21

Downtown Rochester

downtownrochestermi.com

19 FRIDAY: Love Jones - SOUL + CHILL

Enjoy an evening of entertainment with mood, music and a classic movie.

$15-$20

8 p.m.

Jazz Café at Music Hall

350 Madison St., Detroit

jazzcafedetroit.com

20 SATURDAY: The North American International Auto Show

The expo returns with the world's automakers showing off the newest models and latest technology.

$7-$14

9 a.m.-10 p.m. today-Jan. 27, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Jan. 28

Cobo Center

1 Washington Blvd., Detroit

naias.com

20 SATURDAY: Wild Winter

Enjoy your favorite habitats indoors and out along with special activities, zookeeper talks, crafts and more.

$10-$14

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

Detroit Zoo

8450 W. 10 Mile Road, Royal Oak

detroitzoo.org

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