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Next Meeting

Please join us on January 11th at the Tompkins Center in Windmill Pointe Park in Grosse Pointe Park at 11 am to hear Jeremy Dimick.
If you did not RSVP on a sign-in sheet at our last meeting, please send an email to or text
or call Marty McMillan at 313-550-9661 if email is not available.

Next Meeting is on January 11th


Jeremy Dimick, the Director of Collections and Curatorial Departments at the Detroit Historical Society (DHS), will be the presenter at our first luncheon meeting of 2022 to be held at the Tompkins Center on January 11th. . Jeremy has worked with artifact collections at the Henry Ford Museum and the Michigan Historical Museum. In 2012, he became the Curator of Collections at Flint’s Sloan Museum and Buick Gallery, leading the collections and exhibit development teams before joining the DHS in 2017.

Under an agreement with the City of Detroit, the DHS is the day-to-day manager of the Detroit Historical Museum, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum and the more than 250,000 artifacts held in the collections.

Learn more about the DHS, visiting the museums, joining Detroit Historical Society, or making contributions, by visiting their website at The hours of operation of the museum are generally 10-5 on M-S and Sunday from 1-5. Say the word “Hudson’s” and who of us will not be able to share a story about visiting the elegant downtown department store. You can still catch the “Hudson’s Holiday” exhibit until January 30th.

Future Speakers

Meeting on January 25th


Pewabic Pottery is a National Historic Landmark, founded in Detroit in 1903 by Mary Chase Perry, a successful china painter, and Horace Caulkins, a dental equipment supplier and kiln manufacturer. Today it continues to be an active working pottery, architectural tile studio, ceramic arts education center and vibrant cultural destination that attracts visitors from around the world.

Annie Dennis earned a BFA from Western Michigan University in 2010 and an MFA in 2013 from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Annie is both an artist and an educator and is currently serving as education director and archivist at Pewabic. Her personal work evokes feelings of serenity with an earthy, natural palette and pleasingly repetitive carved details.

The nonprofit Pewabic Society Inc. operates the pottery and has expanded their initiatives to include education and museum space within its historic building. Many Pewabic products are still produced and sold at the site. Learn more at where you can also sign up to join the email list or become a member of the organization.

Meeting on February 8th


One Detroit is Detroit Public TV’s weekly public affairs program with two-way engagement between co-hosts Nolan Finley and Stephen Henderson.

The celebrated journalists have been longtime friends, despite their different perspectives on pretty much everything. The one thing they agree upon is the importance of their friendship, including a healthy dose of mutual respect.

The duo promotes bringing people of opposing viewpoints together for healthy disagreement, personal interaction, and constructive conversations, and friendship despite opposing views.

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