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Detroit 2020 Interview: The Nain Rouge

March 22 2013 | no comments

This Sunday, thousands of people will gather in Detroit for the annual Marche du Nain Rouge.

The Nain Rouge, or red dwarf, has haunted Detroit for more than 300 years.

For the first time, he agreed to do a tv interview, and our Stephen Clark shows you why Detroit 2020 wants to help run the Nain Rouge out of town:

 

 

 

The official Marche du Nain Rouge festivities begin Sunday, March 24th at 1 p.m. in the parking lot of the Traffic Jam & Snug, located at 511 West Canfield.

The Marche procession will lead revelers through North Cass Corridor and down Cass Avenue. It will end on Temple Street, where revelers will banish the Nain Rouge.

Click here to go to the Marche du Nain Rouge website.

 

 

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