10 Memories [Almost] Every Metro Detroit Jewish Millennial Will Remember
From Marvelous Marvin’s to Joe Cornell, Metro Detroit millennials will remember these moments.
By Becky Maister
July 4, 2016
Heading to Brody’s for a customized “Big Bertha” or “Ditty” bag to pack everything you need for a summer at camp.
Snow days, birthday parties, bar and bat mitzvahs — all special occasions called for a spirited game of Whirly Ball.
If you weren’t at Marvelous Marvin’s on a Saturday night, you were either babysitting or grounded.
Getting tickets for a concert or buying a newly released CD at Harmony House. And needing to bring a parent if there was a “Parental Advisory” sticker.
Earning all your Winter Walden patches and wearing them with pride.
Sundays with the family at the Franklin Cider Mill and feeding the ducks your donuts.
Starting off strong and staying in the lines at Plaster Playhouse or Fun with Plaster. Then losing all patience and going Jackson Pollack on a unicorn piggy bank.
Getting the most magical bat mitzvah dress at Cinderella’s Castle.
Wearing your NFWB jerseys on and off the field.
Learning how to sway, sway, step together step at Joe Cornell.