This Saturday, Dec. 5, the holiday spirit invades Midtown Detroit as over 70 institutions and businesses open their doors to the public during the 43rd annual Noel Night
celebration. It's one of the best opportunities of the year to experience everything Midtown has to offer -- shopping, food and drink, cultural institutions, musical and dance performances, people watching, and more.
This year, we invite you to swing by the Model D House (4470 Second Ave., between the Bronx Bar and the Green Garage) for a pop-up market featuring a handful of Detroit small businesses.
Pop-up vendors will include:
Other Records is an assortment of collectible vinyl LPs available for sale, on occasion. Offerings include anything from pop, rock, R&B/soul, jazz, country, ambient, and weirdo novelties—always in analog format. Other Records provides an alternative social space for all people to enjoy live DJing and discuss their love of music. (Instagram
Lennox & Son Wood Works
Offering wooden bowls hand-crafted in Detroit.
Chain Chain Chained
Chain Chain Chained was started in 2006 in Detroit, Michigan, on a song and a prayer," writes founder and owner Regina Pruss, who offers modern, handmade jewelry. All of her materials are sourced from either local or dead stock vintage suppliers. (Etsy
Looking to learn a new skill this winter? Want to contribute to the coming robot apocalypse? Then take a class exploring 3-D printing, Internet of Things, drones and automatons! PishPosh.Tv is now offering weekend classes, allowing you to get your hands on tomorrow’s technology, today! On Noel Night, PishPosh.Tv's Michael Evans and Ben Duell Fraser will be demonstrating how 3-D printing works. (Facebook
Geoff George Photography
Prints of Detroit scenes by photographer and filmmaker Geoff George, including many from his Troubled Assets series. (Instagram, Troubled Assets Instagram)
David Lewinski Photography
Prints of Detroit photography by David Lewinksi, Model D contributor and managing photographer of our partner site Metromode. (Instagram, Website)
Enjoy music by Other Records and Model D's Matthew Lewis while you shop.
Noel Night is happening Saturday, Dec. 5, from 5-10 p.m. For information on Noel Night events happening throughout Midtown, click here
See you Saturday.