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Free Trips Free Things To Do 55

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Day
15
Month
October
Year
1976
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This week's 55 Free Trips are going to cover some ground, so put on your cruising shoes and let's go ... a special children's treat froin the Youtheatre, coming tu Lakeside MaII,Oct. 20-24 with Goldilocks and the ''ree Bears, I iltle Red Riding Hood and The Three Pigs at various times throughout the day. Another treat is the Annual Cluysanthemum Show at Southland Center. Taylor, on the 16th and 17th. There is also a Harmonica Convention coming up on Oct. 21-23 at the Ramada lnn in Southfield with seminars and special performances i 6716). The Free Flicks are still I ing with Gulliver's Travels at the 1 Downtown Library on the 19th I at 2 pin ; One Eyed Jack shows at the Macomb County Commun-1 ity College South Campus on the l 20th and 21st at 8 pm and 12:30 pm respectively in K Bldg., and The Scarlet Pimpernell is at the Royal Oak Public Library Sound Film Series on the 2 1 st at 6:30 pm. Also in Royal Oak, the Klein-Vogel N-B GaJlery has 19th & 2Oth Century V" ings and Drawings; exhibits continuing where are: The Peaceable Kingdom and Work In Progress: Part II at the Art Institute, Sam Karres at the AAA Gallery, and Arlene Voelker's acrylics at the Robert Thom Gallery in Birmingham. Another display is that of new automobiles at the General Motors World Headquarters, Grand Blvd. and Second. There continue to be free discussions at the Hershelf Bookstore in Highland Park with Socialism and Feminism on the 1 7th at 5:15 pm; Radical Lesbianism on the 18th at 8 pm; Bioenergetics on the 20th at 8 pm and Anemia in Women on the 2 1 st at 8 pm. There is more fall fun at area Cider Mills, so load up in the car and check 'em out Por some fresh Michigan apple cider: Blake's in Armada, 784-5343;Clore's in Brighton, 227971 ; Diehl's in Holly, 634-8981; Foreman's Cider Barrel in Northville, 349-1256; Franklin's in Franldin, 626-2968; Historytown in Brighton, 546-S782;Huron Farms in Dexter, 426-3910; Hy's in Romeo, 798-8843; Keatington in Lake Orion, 391-2811; I Paint Creek, between Rochester - and Lake Orion, 6518361 ; Parmenter's in Northville, 349I 3181;Saline's in Saline, 429-9085; V Sergeant's Fruit Farm in Rochester, , 1 65 1-3777; South Huron in I 1 1 ton, 753-9380; Torn Walker's Grist I I Mili in Fenton, 629-9079; Weiier's in Monroe, 241-2781 ;Wiard's in Ypsilanti, 482-7744; and Yate's [ I in Rochester, 651-8300. I There are quite a few other v ƒ cilitiesaround to tour also: Detroit! Metro Water Dept., 371-2525; I f ry Ford's Rouge Plant, 322-0034; GM's Tech Center, 5 75-0034 ;Stroh 's I Brewery, 961-5840; Hiram Walker's V DistiUery in Windsor, 254-5 171; Ver nor's, 83 3-85 00 , Kru nchee Potato Chips, 933-2505, Detroit Free Press, 222-6888; and The Detroit Sun, 961-3555. More fall fun for the out-of-doors includes Detroit's own beautiful Belle Isle with the October Flower Show at the Conservatory, the tlashy fish at the Aquarium, the oíd boat replicas at the Great Lakes Museum and the many slides, swings and teetertotters. There are also the Metroparks Nature Centers and Trails to follow at Kensington, Stoney Creek and Oakwood, or a simple stioll around the Arboretum in Ann Arbor or the beautiful Cranbrook Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Q ■