Get Out: Weekend Fun in the Shores
Enjoy blazing jams, solve a murder mystery, and hail the return of "the King."
It’s Thursday, and you’re eager to get out after and enjoy the weather after the thaw.
Patch is coming to the rescue. We’ve got the best bets for music, dinner and the return of "The King."
FILM MOVEMENT AT THE LIBRARY
Where/When: St. Clair Shores Public Library, Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Why Go: Movie buffs, rejoice. If you love independent and foreign films, this is the night for you. You'll have no long lines or fighting for parking spots. All you have to do is drop in at the William Gilstorf Meeting Room and enjoy a movie. Tonight's selection is Nurse. Fighter. Boy, a recent Canadian release that centers on three characters—you guessed it, a nurse, boxer and young boy—whose lives intersect.
THE SUN MESSENGERS JAM AT THE BLUE GOOSE
Where/When: The Blue Goose Inn, Friday and Saturday, from 9:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.
Why Go: For awesome music, for starters. The Sun Messengers have been around for 30 years, and offer a variety of energetic styles, from Motown classics to funk to jazz, and plenty in between. Plus this weekend they're celebrating the release of their new CD.
Pricing: $5 cover.
SOLVE THIS MYSTERY
Where/When: The Sports Channel, Saturday, Feb. 19, beginning at 7:30 pm.
Why Go: Channel your inner sleuth and help solve the case of 'Til Death Do Us Part. You'll enjoy dinner and a bit of mystery.
Pricing: $25 in advance; $30 at the door.
THE KING COMES TO TOWN
Where/When: VFW Bruce Post 1146, Sunday, Feb. 20, from 2-6 pm.
Why Go: We never really did stop loving Elvis Presley, so enjoy an afternoon in the company of award-winning faux Elvis Greg Jaqua. You'll hear all your favorites and enjoy some casual grub.
Pricing: $15 per person.
SHOREWOOD KIWANIS WILD GAME DINNER
Where/When: Century Banquet Center, American Polish Century Club, Sterling Heights, Wednesday, Feb. 23, from 6-10 pm.
Why Go: You'll enjoy great food and friends at the club's 23rd annual Wild Game Dinner. Chef Leonard "Nardo" Palermino of the Barton House will whip up his famous recipes featuring 10 types of meat, including venison chili and hot dogs, antelope Swiss steaks, Mallard duck stir fry, pheasant in mushrooms and wine, Buffalo spadini and more, so be sure to arrive hungry. Plus, you can enter gun and 50/50 raffles, and a whole lot more.
Pricing: $50 per person. Includes dinner and full bar.