Lawrence Technological University’s Detroit Center for Design + Technology (DCDT) will bring back its Holiday Pop-Up Shop featuring local, sustainable businesses for Detroit’s Noel Night 2018 on Saturday, Dec. 1.
The shops will be open from 5 to 10 p.m., offering vintage clothing, home goods, men’s care products, locally crafted chocolates, and more from local designers and makers. The event is free and open to the public.
The DCDT Woodward Gallery is at 4219 Woodward Ave. at Willis Street in Detroit.
Shops at the DCDT this Noel Night are to include:
Also, the 313 Ghostbusters, a charity-driven group supported by Ghost Corp and Sony and based in Detroit, will again attend the event, in costume and posing for photos with fans and collecting donations for The Children’s Center of Wayne County. Cash donations and in-kind donations of clothes, household goods, new toys, socks, underwear, hats and gloves will be collected. The center serves more than 7,500 Wayne County children and families annually through its 20 programs.
The Detroit Center for Design + Technology is the home of Lawrence Technological University College of Architecture and Design’s Detroit programs. Situated in Midtown along Woodward Avenue, DCDT programs provide additional opportunities to engage organizations, professionals, students and groups within the city. Its Design Incubator features a DCDT Business Accelerator, DCDT Coworking Space, DCDT Design Studio and a DCDT Fellowship Program. Learn more at http://detroit.design.