Attendees will be able to casually network with district merchants, residents, business partners, stakeholders and City of Dearborn officials. There will also be a diverse menu from several restaurants in the neighborhood.
“It’s a great opportunity to connect with the EDDDA and learn what we do and how we help support and promote district businesses, as well as the east downtown Dearborn area,” said Mike Bewick, EDDDA executive director, in a statement.
The event is free to attend.
For more information on events and businesses in east Dearborn, visit the EDDDA website or Facebook page.