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Dally in the Alley in Cass Corridor in Detroit

Head down to Midtown for a day full of music, vendors, kids activities and more Saturday, Sept. 6, 2014 as this annual event returns to North Cass Neighborhood

Families: Looking to kick off this fall by having some fun together? Swing on by Midtown for some Detroit-style games and goods as the Dally in the Alley Street Fair returns to North Cass Neighborhood Sept. 6, 2014 – on its traditional Saturday-after-Labor Day date.

For 37 years now, the North Cass Community Union's Dally in the Alley has celebrated the life and diversity of Detroit by bringing together some of the city's best musicians, artists and chefs in this popular Cass Corridor neighborhood.

This year, fairgoers should expect this historic area to fill with the unique tunes of local musicians and vendors, hawking everything from food and beer to locally made goods and crafts. Plus find games, dancing and plenty of other activities.

Sure, this fest has tons of stuff for grown-ups to do, but there's no shortage of activities for tots! Get here early for some fun hands-on activities, face painting, arts and crafts and games – all aimed at younger fair goers – through 7 p.m.

Dally in the Ally runs 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6 in the North Cass Neighborhood in Detroit (the rain date is Sunday, Sept. 7). General admission to the fair is free, but there are additional charges for certain activities. Pets are welcome.

For more information on the 2014 Dally in the Alley in Detroit, visit the Metro Parent calendar listing.

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