Alpha Kappa Psi Motor City (MCAC) - The alumni chapter for those with connections to Detroit and Southeastern Michigan.


Some of the popular events among Motor City Alumni Chapter members:


Every winter, AKPsi Motor City hosts an evening of pizza and a TEAM USA hockey game with a private, spectacular view from Suite 4 at the USA Hockey Arena (located on Beck Rd. between M-14 and 5 Mile Rd.). USA Hockey is the governing body for organized ice hockey in the U.S. and their Team USA U-17 program is comprised of ice hockey players under the age of 17 that are in their National Team Development Program (NTDP). A limited number of tickets for this event are sold at a discounted rate for members and guests and must be purchased by the announced deadline prior to the event. This event always sells out due to the intrigue on the ice!


We root, root, root for the home team when AKPsi Motor City hosts a trip to a Detroit Tigers baseball game, usually in late July or mid-August. Tickets for members and guests are sold at a discounted price and must be purchased by the announced deadline prior to the event.

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ALL ABOARD! AKPsi Motor City members and guests attend a 2-hour sightseeing tour of popular and interesting attractions up and down the Detroit River (direction of tour alternates every year). Members and guests meet at Bishop Park in Wyandotte one-half hour prior to departure time to board the boat and pay for admission. Soft drinks, beer, wine, and a light snack bar with chips, candy, and cookies are available for cash only purchase on board.

Save room for the optional on-shore dinner at Portofino Restaurant because it is the perfect end to an outstanding afternoon aboard the Diamond Jack. Portofino’s menu offers fine Italian cuisine and seafood, Italian pastas and desserts, as well as casual food selections. We’ve tried other places but Portofino just can’t be beat for their food and superb service!


At New York University on October 5, 1904: “…the charter members met in the Assembly Room, 32 Waverly Place; all ten were there. They decided to set up a professional fraternity at once, along the lines of the constitution which had been presented by the Brooklyn Four Committee, and to choose a president, secretary and treasurer in accordance therewith, these officers to assume similar positions under the constitution when it was finally adopted.”

To honor the ten founders of our Fraternity, AKPsi Motor City members and guests attend a special dinner at a selected restaurant. Some Founders’ Day Dinners in the past have been at the Skyline Club in Southfield, Richter’s Chalet in Dearborn, Traffic Jam and Snug in Detroit (aka “TJ’s”), and Kerby’s Koney Island in Southfield.

In support of philanthropic efforts in Detroit and the surrounding communities

DEARBORN HISTORICAL MUSEUM    5 – 11 pm    Always on the 4th Saturday in September, this fundraising event for the Dearborn Historical Museum has been widely attended by AKPsi members. Upon arrival, event goers are provided 8 tickets for sampling craft beers from a number of Metro Detroit breweries. Wine and gluten free hard cider, as well as root beer is also available for beverages. The events also includes food trucks, a live band, and a silent auction

DETROIT BOAT CLUB BEER FEST ON BELLE ISLE   3 – 7 pm    Held the last Saturday in September, this fundraising event helps the restoration efforts of the Detroit Boat Crew Club. After years of neglect by the City of Detroit and lack of funding, the Boat Club structure fell under disrepair. Since Belle Isle is now under the State Park, the Crew Club is working hard to raise money and volunteer time to help bring this Detroit Gem back to its glory.


Celebrate the Season at Noel Night with AKPsi Motor City. Noel Night is held the first Saturday in December and is a Cultural Center-wide holiday open house with over 100 participating venues such as the DIA, the Michigan Science Center, Detroit Historical Museum, Wright Museum of African American History, Wayne State University, the College for Creative Studies along with the area’s historic churches, galleries, unique shops, nonprofit organizations, restaurants, bars, and breweries. Some free activities include: horse-drawn carriage rides, holiday shopping, family craft activities, and performances by over 200 area music, theatre, and dance groups. MCAC members and guests meet a designated location around 4-5 pm in mid-town for dinner and drinks before venturing out into the Noel Night festivities.