Outdoorama celebrates 40 years, returns to Novi - KMSP-TV

Outdoorama celebrates 40 years, returns to Novi

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NOVI, Mich. (WJBK) -

For 40 years, Michigan sportsmen and sportswomen have circled February on their calendars in anticipation of the annual Outdoorama sport show.

Michigan's most popular outdoors event comes to town now through Feb. 24 at Suburban Collection Showplace (46100 Grand River Avenue) in Novi.

Returning to crowd fanfare are favorite attractions like "Wildlife Encounters"(all 4 days) and "Ultimate Air Dogs" with Milt Wilcox hosting daily demonstrations and weekend competition.

Show hours are Friday, 2 to 9:30; Saturday, 10 to 9; and Sunday, 10 to 5.

For more information, log on to www.Outdoorama.com or call 800-328-6550.

At the same time, head over the Cottage & Lakefront Living Show at the Suburban Collection Showplace. Visit www.CottageAndLakefrontLiving.com to learn more.

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