Flash Point: Detroit 1967
July 23 - September 30, 2017
To mark the 50th Anniversary of this pivotal event in Michigan history, the Lorenzo Center is partnering with the Detroit Historical Society’s D67 Project to bring the Detroit uprising of 1967 to the forefront. A display featuring photographs and quotes from the time the civil unrest occurred will be enhanced by a series of films and presentations that explore the lasting effects of this turbulent time.
Making Macomb: From Voyageurs to Swing Votes
February 28 - May 6, 2017
Exhibits - Exhibits are open to the public and presented free of charge. Pre-registration is not required to view exhibits, except for groups of 5 or more, who should call 586.226.4759 to facilitate their visit. Guided tours and scavenger hunts are available to visitors upon request.
Presentations – A full list of presentations will be available before each exhibit begins. The list is also on the "How to Register" page of our website, and on our calendar by clicking "Calendar" at the top of the website. Presentations are free of charge and typically last one hour. Preregistration is requested.