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East Hills to host third Made in Michigan Day April 25

East Hills Business district will be featuring products made in Michigan with a neighborhood scavenger hunt, special restaurant items and giveaways.
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The East Hills Business District is hosting its third Made in Michigan Day on Saturday, April 25. There will be a scavenger hunt showcasing local stores and products.

Scavenger hunt participants will use a card and look for a Michigan item in one of the listed stores and participants get a stamp, punch or signature from someone in the store. There will be a gift basket drawing for those that complete the hunt. Participants can register at several stores that will have gift baskets or gift certificates. Local East Hills restaurants will also be featuruing menu items made using Michigan products.

Other highlights include:

  • Yoga Studio- Chair massages from Cher Darling of Turning Point Massage 12:30-4:30, 10 minutes for $10. Drawing for one hour massage or one session of yoga class.

  • Global Infusion- samples of teas and coffee from Michigan Companies and 10% of all in the store from Michigan

  • WM clothing- Center of the Universe and Guardian tee shirts will be available

  • Clothing Matters- Celebration 18 years of reducing pollution and promoting social justice in the apparel industry.  Ways to win 0ne of 3 gift certificates.

  • Hopscotch Children's Store- featuring Michigan made toys, games, diapers, authors and musicians.  Performance at 2:00with Aaron Vande Wege- Dilly Songs.

  • Under the Vines- Michigan sampling of foods, Wine Pine Winery, a guest brewery  Meet and greet local vendors with products that will be available that day only.

  • Furniture City Creamery- Debuting 2 new ice creams featuring Michigan products as well at 5 additional Michigan flavors.

  • LaFontsee Galleries- Join and watch local artists with live painting, jewelry making.  Artists Missy Morrow, Sue VanDame, Rosemary Mifsud and more.

Shops will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

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