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Spring Progressive Dinner



April 28, 2020 $114
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Spring Progressive Dinner

POSTPONED, NEW DATE PENDING – Visit three different restaurants, each with a different course.  Plus, visit and tour the Michigan Theatre, Burton Memorial Tower & the University of Michigan football stadium.

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This morning, tour the Michigan Theatre. Designed by Detroit-based architect Maurice Finkel and built in 1928, the main auditorium seats 1,610 and features the theater’s original 1927 Barton Theatre Pipe Organ, orchestra pit, stage, and elaborate architectural details.

Afternoon Delight for Soup and Salad.

Next, enjoy a visit to the Burton Memorial Tower for a short recital of The Charles Baird Carillon. Third heaviest in the world, it contains 53 bells cast in 1936 by the John Taylor & Co. Bellfoundry in Loughborough, England. The largest bell, which strikes the hour, weighs 12 tons, and the smallest bell, 4 1/2 octaves higher, weighs 15 pounds.

Main Course will be at the Chelsea Alehouse.

This afternoon, tour the University of Michigan’s football stadium—The Big House.” Get a behind-the-scenes tour of Michigan Stadium Field, Michigan Football Game Day Locker Room, Michigan Stadium Press Box & more!

Enjoy a sweet end to your day at Haab’s for dessert.