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Feb 15  – Southfield Hosting Conversations & Cocktails Black History Month Celebration

February 8th 2020

Join us for an evening of great music and spoken word featuring Alex Goss & Detroit Soul Rhythm Band performing R&B and Soul music from the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s as well as spoken word with notable poets and drummers

Feb 15 – Hazel Park Firefighters Union Bowling Fundraiser

February 8th 2020

The Hazel Park Firefighters Union will be hosting it’s 15th annual Bowling Fundraiser at Madison Park Bowl

Feb. 14 – Sweetheart Stroll at Heritage Park

February 8th 2020

 Ice candles will light your path while a naturalist shares details about the courtship behaviors of the park’s nocturnal animals and discusses how they relate to our own!

Feb. 14 – Anti-Valentine’s Day Event for Teens at Ferndale Library

February 8th 2020

This evening will be filled with games and snacks, but it carries with it a message of positivity

Feb 14 – Craft and Tea Party at Oak Park Library

February 8th 2020

Make your own Valentines and enjoy a tea party!

Feb. 13 – Lunch/Dinner and a Movie at Berkley Library: Abominable

February 8th 2020

After discovering a Yeti on the roof of her apartment building, Yi and her two friends embark on an epic quest to reunite the magical creature with his family.

Feb. 13 – Earth Friendly Permaculture Design Presentation at Ferndale Garden Club

February 8th 2020

Ferndale Garden Club: Presentation on Earth Friendly Permaculture Design to Grow Food for Health and Financial Independence by Rachel and Brian Engel.

Feb. 12 – State of the County Address, Here’s How to Watch Live

February 8th 2020

His first State of the County address, Coulter’s theme for this year’s speech is, “Oakland Together”

Feb. 12 – Census Job Fair at Holly Township Offices

February 8th 2020

These are TEMPORARY JOBS, with FLEXIBLE hours, PAYING $19 to $24.50 per hour.

Feb. 11 – History of Oakland County at Berkley Library

February 8th 2020

In addition to the formal presentation of the book, Jim Craft of the Oakland County Historical Commission will deliver a talk on its background, content and value as historical literature.