1. Do the robot at this weekend's Movement Electronic Music Festival in Hart Plaza.
2. Drink up before the Detroit electronic music event at D:Hive's Know-Before-You-Go Movement Bar Tour.
3. Catch a Detroit City Football Club game at Cass Tech.
4. Check out The Scarab Club's art exhibition "Blooms, Bugs and Beasts" with the theme of flowers, insects, animals, landscapes and seascapes.
5. Find the master chef within you at the Pies and Ice Cream cooking class at Sur La Table Somerset.
6. Experience some live-narrated astronomy Michigan Sky Tonight at Cranbook.
7. See Tigers baseball any day this holiday weekend.
8. Shop for hot tubs and other leisure luxuries at the Hot Tub & Swim Spa Show at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
9. Take a Motown-themed Detroit Princess Riverboat tour.
10. Head to downtown Royal Oak for a Memorial Day parade.
It's time for Flower Day at Eastern Market, Comic-Con comes to town, "The Maids" is at the Abreact and a museum reopens on Belle Isle.
This weekend, you can catch a live theater production, treat Mom to brunch for Mother's Day, shop at a local farmers market and much more.
It's May, spring has sprung and there's plenty to do: Tour the art along the People Mover route, hear local bands at the Metro Times Blowout, join a Cinco de Mayo bar crawl, attend the Hamtramck Strawberry Festival and more.
Need weekend plans? Get funky at the Original Funkfest at Joe Louis Arena, head to Hamtramck for the first weekend of Metro Times' annual Blowout music festival, help clean up Belle Isle and more.
With Latin jazz, a party to mark Detroit's bid for the Summer X Games, the Detroit Music Awards and more, there's certainly no reason to complain that nothing's happening around town this weekend.
Creative types will be dazed and confused trying to sort through the immense amount of activities taking place this weekend: Art X Detroit, various gallery openings, DSO classical music performances and more.
If it's not enough that baseball returns to town this weekend, you can gaze at the stars, shoot some pinball or get your Three Stooges fix. There's plenty to do around town.
It's Easter weekend, so if egg hunts are your thing, the Detroit Zoo has one planned at its annual Bunnyville event. Also happening: The Detroit Red Wings take on the Chicago Blackhawks, and Wayne County is hosting the 29th annual Marshmallow Drop.
Admire a Van Gogh, catch a play or check out a custom motorcycle show; you'll have no problem finding something to do this weekend.