The Best of Both Worlds at the Farmington Civic Theater

Looking for an old-time theater with striking digital projection? Receive the best of both worlds at the Farmington Civic Theater (FCT) in Downtown Farmington! Since 1940, the Farmington Civic Theater has been an icon in the Detroit area. Remember the old times with a tall blade sign featuring neon letters and a ticket booth right outside the front doors.

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Fear, Fright and Nothing Nice at the Erebus Haunted Attraction

Shrill screams, low growls, loud noises and the spookiest of music can be heard from the sidewalk.

A line of willing victims, ready to take on one of the largest haunted attractions in America, wraps around the entire building.

A large 3D-like sign, held by the hands of an oversize devil creature may give even the most veteran of haunted house goers a bit of hesitation. The building itself oozes with a fear factor beyond those found at other haunted attractions.

The Erebus Haunted Attraction, a four-story haunted attraction located in downtown Pontiac, has reached Guinness Book level fame and received nationwide attention since it first opened its doors in 2000.

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Cruising with the Classics

For a classic car enthusiast, it’s what dreams are made of. A collection of Motor City’s best, glistening in all their glory.

Every year, one hot August day, history is re-made when classic cars, muscle cars and hot rods line 16 miles of Woodward Avenue. More than 40,000 cars, varying in year, make and model, roll in one-by-one to cruise the congested multi-lane highway.

The Woodward Dream Cruise, considered the world’s largest one-day automotive event, starts in Pontiac and ends in Ferndale.

With more than 1.5 million people in attendance, the suburban streets of Metro Detroit are transformed into a historic throwback to when Motor City ruled the highway and Motown ruled the radio.

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