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Jan. 11 – RO Library Hosting Presentation on “Gangsters Up North”

January 1st 2021

Jan. 11 – RO Library Hosting Presentation on “Gangsters Up North” Gambling and bootlegging or rest and relaxation? Just what were gangsters doing when they found their way to Northern Michigan? Author Robert Knapp will answer those very questions and set us straight on what is true and what is myth. Robert is the author […]

Jan. 9 – Snow Exploration Experience at Stage Nature Center 

January 1st 2021

We will explore life in the snow and how animals adapt to survive. This program will occur with or without snow. Dress for the weather.

Jan. 8 – Royal Oak Chamber Coffee Connection (Virtual)

January 1st 2021

Please join us for our first Zoom Coffee & Connect of 2021

Jan. 7 – Ferndale Library Hosts “Michigan’s Winter Playground”

January 1st 2021

Dianna Stampfler hosts a presentation on all of the many outdoor winter activities that are within driving distance for any Michigander.

Jan. 5 – Birmingham Ice Arena Renovation/Addition Project Discussion

January 1st 2021

Learn and ask questions about the project at the virtual Parks & Recreation Board meeting

Jan. 5 – Oxford Chamber Virtual Coffee Connect

January 1st 2021

Make networking connections and share what is new with your business with other Chamber members!

Jan. 4 – Blood Drive at Hazel Park Community Center

January 1st 2021

The Hazel Park Recreation Department has partnered with the American Red Cross to offer monthly blood drives as programming during this time of great need.

Reporter Food: Fly Trap Restaurant in Downtown Ferndale

December 31st 2020

Fly Trap serves breakfast and lunch items.

18 Years of Change: Departing Commissioner Helaine Zack…

December 30th 2020

She spoke with Oakland County Times about what’s happened in those 18 years, what advice she has for the next Commissioner, and where she’ll be focusing her energy next.

Governor Signs Relief Package

December 29th 2020

Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed the bipartisan relief bill that the Michigan legislature passed after she urged them to provide support for Michigan families, frontline workers, and small businesses.