Get Out: Cherries, LEGOS and Yoga
Looking for something to do this weekend? Fear not, Patch has it covered.
Here is what's happening around Troy this weekend.
The Troy Museum and Historic Village will host its Supper Storytellers series to entertain the entire family. Bring some lawn chairs and a picnic supper, sit back and enjoy. The story for this weekend will be "Lighthouses and Legends" with musician and vocalist Kitty Donohoe. The action takes place on Saturday, doors open at 5:30 p.m. and the program starts at 6 p.m.$3 adults, $2 kids 6-17, kids under 6 are free.
Lululemon, the athletic apparel store in the Somerset Collection, not only has high-quality work out clothes for those of us who like to get our heart rate up, but they also have a complimentary yoga class on Sunday mornings. Drop in for a downward facing dog or two from 11:00 a.m.-11:55 a.m. this Sunday and get in touch with your inner chi.
Pottery Barn Kids has a mission. A mission to get you ready for the kiddos to head back to school prepared and ready to study. The store, located in the Somerset Collection, will have design experts on hand to show you how to create a study space for your kids and help you select a proper desk and gear to suit your needs. There will be a craft for the kids to keep them occupied. RSVP is needed by calling the store at 248-643-0172. Saturday at 10 a.m.The class is free.
Michigan Cherries remind me of summer and apparently I am not alone. Whole Foods Market would like to pay homage to the pitted fruit by having a Cherry Festival. There will be samples galore, along with recipes throughout the store so you can take home some cherries and get cooking. Sunday from 1-4 p.m., free.
The Lego Store at the Somerset Collection will be holding their wildly popular Master Build Academy Workshop. The project for this Saturday will be the LEGO MBA kit 1 Space Designer, which has 178 pieces and receive special instruction on how to put together their masterpiece. Spaces are limited, register by calling the LEGO store at 248-816-3350. Cost to participate is $29.99, kids bring their kit home with them.