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Nov. 9 – The Unnatural Trail Scavenger Hunt at Bloomer Park

November 2nd 2019

Join us for an unusual hiking experience to learn about nature in a different way.

Nov. 9 – Free Community Naloxone Training at Royal Oak Library

November 2nd 2019

Everyone over the age of 18 will receive a Save A Life kit which includes 2 doses of 4mg Nasal Narcan.

Nov. 9 – Wild Edibles Presentation at Bloomer Park in Rochester Hills

November 2nd 2019

Ever wondered which berries are safe to eat? Come join us and be surprised by how many different things in nature are edible!

Nov. 9 – Holly Moose Lodge Veterans Day Appreciation Events

November 2nd 2019

Join us in honoring our Veterans at the Holly Moose Lodge. 210 S. Broad Street.

Nov. 9 – Ruck 22 March in Royal Oak to Prevent Veteran Suicide

November 2nd 2019

The proceeds go to the Michigan WWII Legacy Memorial and the donated items go directly to needy and homeless vets.

Nov. 8 – Veterans Day Ceremony in Southfield

November 2nd 2019

The City sponsors the annual event in partnership with the Southfield Veterans’ Commission to honor and recognize the service and sacrifice of military personnel.

Nov. 7 – Campfire & Night Hike at Bloomer Park in Rochester Hills

November 2nd 2019

Enjoy a cool fall campfire and learn a little about owls. Then experience a moonlit owl prowl to call for Eastern Screech Owls.

Nov. 6 – Ferndale Schools Community Info Night about Upcoming Bond Proposal

November 2nd 2019

This Spring Ferndale Schools will be asking the community to consider a bond proposal that will not increase the current millage rate.

Nov 6 – Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation at Berkley Library

November 2nd 2019

Most people tend to live their lives with a wandering mind, worried or consumed by past or future events. This introduction to meditation tries to open up a world of the present moment,

Nov. 4 – Public Can Review SMART’s New Plan at Meeting in Southfield

November 2nd 2019

“SMART has talked with over 4,300 people to get their ideas about improvements that will be effective and efficient,” said John C. Hertel, General Manager of SMART.