Berkley

Kidding Around with Goats in Berkley May 13

May 8th 2017

Kidding Around with Goats in Berkley May 13 (EVENT page) Berkley, MI – Kidding Around with Goats Saturday, May 13 at 11:00 a.m. Amy McIntire from City Girls Farm will bring her goats to the library and share some cool goat facts with us. And of course there will be plenty of time to pet […]

Civics 101 Presentation at Berkley Library May 25

May 8th 2017

Civics 101 Presentation at Berkley Library May 25 (EVENT page) Berkley, MI – Civics 101 with Alex Zamalin Thursday, May 25 at 6:30 p.m. Would you like to know more about the ins and outs of our government? Are you wondering what kind of checks and balances our system of government has in place? Dr. […]

Veterans Town Hall in Berkley May 23

May 5th 2017

Veterans Town Hall in Berkley May 23 (EVENT page) Berkley, MI – Veterans Town Hall Tuesday, May 23 at 6:30 p.m. This gathering is for Veterans to inform them of benefits from the State and Federal levels. Representatives from The American Legion Department of Michigan, Oakland County Veteran Affairs office and the Department of Veterans […]

Berkley Discussion: Alexander Hamilton May 9

May 4th 2017

Berkley Discussion: Alexander Hamilton May 9 (EVENT page) Berkley, MI – Alexander Hamilton and Democracy in Revolutionary America Tuesday, May 9 at 6:30 p.m. Marc W. Kruman, Director of the Center for the Study of Citizenship and Professor of History at Wayne State University, will consider how the American Revolution opened up opportunities for men […]

Author Sarah Shoemaker to Discuss Mr. Rochester May 15

May 4th 2017

Author Sarah Shoemaker to Discuss Mr. Rochester May 15 (EVENT page) Berkley, MI – Author Talk: Sarah Shoemaker Monday, May 15 at 6:30 p.m. Join us for a Q&A with Michigan author Sarah Shoemaker! We will be discussing her newest book, Mr. Rochester. Mr. Rochester is the untold backstory of Edward Fairfax Rochester from Jane […]

Berkley High School Evacuated After Bomb Threat

April 25th 2017

Berkley High School Evacuated After Bomb Threat (compiled, April 25, 2017) Berkley, MI – Berkley High School was evacuated Tuesday morning after a bomb threat was phoned in according to The Daily Tribune.  Berkley Schools Spokesperson Jessica Stilger told The Tribune ““We don’t think the threat is credible but out of an abundance of caution […]

Car Insurance, Hiring Felons, Income Tax and More Discussed with Ferndale Seniors

April 25th 2017

Car Insurance, Hiring Felons, Income Tax and More Discussed with Ferndale Seniors (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 25, 2017) Ferndale, MI – On a day where the Legislature was on Spring Break, State Representative Robert Wittenberg was still working, taking time to visit with constituents of the 27th District.  The Ferndale Seniors group welcomed him as […]

Historical Berkley Posters for Sale at Museum

April 25th 2017

Historical Berkley Posters for Sale at Museum (City of Berkley, April 25, 2017) Berkley, MI – Limited quantities of posters featuring the 12 Mile streetscape, circa 1958, are now for sale at the Berkley Historical Museum. For just $10, historians can take home an 18 x 24 glossy print for their personal enjoyment. Several historic […]

Healthy Kids Day at the YMCA Full of Educational Fun

April 23rd 2017

Healthy Kids Day at the YMCA Full of  Educational Fun (MARK H. STOWERS, Nov. 23, 2017) Royal Oak, MI – The South Oakland YMCA was a bit busier than a normal Saturday. The celebration of Healthy Kids Day brought up more than 50 children and their families to participate in the Y’s back parking lot. […]

Berkley First Egg Hunt Flows with Family Fun

April 16th 2017

Berkley First Egg Hunt Flows with Family Fun (Cheryl Weiss, April 16, 2017) Berkley, MI – Jaycee Park in Berkley was filled with smiles, laughter, and activity on Saturday morning as dozens of families gathered for the Easter egg hunt put on by Berkley First Methodist Church. The church is new to the community; they […]

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