Rose Hill Center Annual Flower Sale and Fair May 12

Rose Hill Center Annual Flower Sale and Fair May 12

 

HOLLY, MI– Rose Hill Center will host its 17th annual Rose Hill Flower Sale and Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 12. The public event, which is held during May is Mental Health Month, features the sale of annual and perennial flowers and offers several family-friendly activities that are FREE of charge. Rose Hill Center, 5130 Rose Hill Blvd., Holly, Mich., is located off Fagan Road, east of North Holly Road, between Lahring and Belford near the Great Lakes National Cemetery.

“Just in time for Mother’s Day, our annual flower sale and fair gives each visitor the chance to enjoy a wonderful day with their family while purchasing beautiful flowers for the ‘moms’ in their life,” said Rose Hill Center Co-Founder Rosemary Kelly. “Our Rose Hill Center staff and residents truly look forward to this annual event. In addition to showcasing our more than 400-acre campus, we are proud to share information about the meaningful, life-saving programs and services that we provide.”

The Flower Sale and Fair starts at 10 a.m. and features fragrant roses, hanging baskets, flower arrangements, flats of annuals and potted perennials grown inside two energy efficient greenhouses. Family-friendly activities include face painting, hayrides, and a petting farm with a variety of animals such as alpacas, goats, sheep, rabbits, donkeys and chickens. Alpaca shearing demonstrations will begin at 10 a.m. and will last for several hours.

The North Oakland County Fire Association will be on site from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to conduct a safety expo, which will offer a variety of safety tips for the entire family.

A “Food and Bake Sale” from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. will include hot barbecue sandwiches (including vegetarian), salads, baked goods and snacks. A parking area and comfortable and convenient indoor seating will be available for guests. All proceeds from the annual Flower Sale and Fair will support Rose Hill Center. For more information please visit www.rosehillcenter.org or call 248-634-5530.

May is Mental Health Month was started 69 years ago by Mental Health America to raise awareness about mental health conditions and the importance of good mental health for everyone. The 2018 theme – is Fitness #4Mind4Body, focusing on what we as individuals can do to be fit for our own futures – no matter where we happen to be on our own personal journeys to health and wellness – and, most especially, before Stage 4. For more information regarding May is Mental Health Month, visit http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/may.

About Rose Hill Center

Rose Hill Center, located on more than 400 acres in northern Oakland County, is a Joint Commission accredited residential psychiatric rehabilitation facility for adults with a primary diagnosis of serious mental illness. Its comprehensive and effective program is based on the belief that recovery can take place when people receive professional psychiatric care and participate in meaningful activity, which includes the Horticulture Program as well as three other therapeutic work programs: Farm Animal Care, Food Preparation, and Housekeeping. In a consistent, compassionate and dignified environment, Rose Hill provides individuals with the insights, life skills, attitudes and medications needed to manage their illness in the same manner as other medical problems. By combining medication management with an intense rehabilitation program, Rose Hill helps individuals from all over the country achieve and maintain psychiatric stability and their highest level of independence. For more information, call (248) 634-5530 or visit www.rosehillcenter.org.

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