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Nonprofit Start Up Series at Oakland University Oct 10, Nov. 7 and Dec. 5

October 3rd 2018

Nonprofit Start Up Series at Oakland University Oct 10, Nov. 7 and Dec. 5 Rochester, MI – Oakland University and New Solutions for Nonprofits are hosting a four-part series to help you navigate the process of starting a nonprofit organization.  You’ll learn the basics of starting a nonprofit, how to develop your first board, how […]

Oakland County Times Seeking Journalists, Feature Writers & Sales Associates

October 2nd 2018

Oakland County Times Seeking Journalists, Feature Writers & Sales Associates (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 2, 2018) Oakland County Times, MI – Oakland County Times continues to grow, and we are looking for people who want to make a little bit of extra money and who want to be part of the success of this online […]

Woodward Ave. Reopened After Gas Leak

October 2nd 2018

Woodward Ave. Closed at 12 Mile Due to Gas Leak UPDATE: Woodward Ave. Reopened After Gas Leak (City of Berkley, Oct. 2, 2018) UPDATE: The Berkley Department of Public Safety reported the leak at Woodward and 12 Mile has been stopped and there is no longer any gas escaping. Consumers Energy will continue to work […]

Explore: Dow Gardens Whiting Forest Canopy Walk in Midland

October 2nd 2018

Explore: Dow Gardens Whiting Forest Canopy Walk in Midland (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 2, 2018) Midland, MI- “There is a perceived sense of danger. Perceived is the key,” said Mike Whiting, President of the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation of the new canopy walk at Whiting Forest in Dow Gardens. “There’s an adrenaline […]

MML #1: We Need More Parking! But do we Really?

October 1st 2018

MML #1: We Need More Parking! But do we Really? (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 1, 2018) Grand Rapids, MI- Does our downtown need more parking? That’s a question that brought dozens of administrators and elected officials to a presentation on this hot topic at the recent Michigan Municipal League Annual Convention in Grand Rapids. Oftentimes […]

Explore: Douglas Evans Nature Preserve

October 1st 2018

Explore: Douglas Evans Nature Preserve (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 1, 2018) Beverly Hills, MI -A recent adventure in Beverly Hills put me in the middle of an 18 acre nature preserve that has the most beautiful insects, and a pretty walking path. With fields of flowers and patches of woods along the Rouge River, there […]

Opportunities to Volunteer in Auburn Hills

October 1st 2018

Opportunities to Volunteer in Auburn Hills (City of Auburn Hills, Oct. 1, 2018) Auburn Hills, MI- Volunteering is a phenomenal way to get involved, give back, and get to know your community. Whether on your own or in a group, it is a fulfilling experience. And not to mention, it keeps programs and events that […]

Haunted Mansion at Pine Grove in Pontiac Oct. 20

October 1st 2018

Haunted Mansion at Pine Grove in Pontiac Oct. 20 Pontiac, MI – The Haunted Mansion at Pine Grove, A Family Friendly alternative to the gory & gruesome normally presented. Come visit Governor Wisner’s Mansion for a short walk through 19th Century customs pertaining to crossing over. This event is scheduled for Saturday, October 20th from […]

Murder Mystery Dinner to Support Holly Blessings in a Backpack Oct. 19

October 1st 2018

Murder Mystery Dinner to Support Holly Blessings in a Backpack Oct. 19 Holly, MI – Murder at the OakLey Corral. Join us for a Murder Mystery dinner preformed by the Holly Area Arts Council! Event will be held On October 19th 6-10pm. Tickets $50 per person, includes interactive mystery, dinner & beer/wine. Friday, Oct. 19, […]

Drag Queen Story Time at Huntington Woods Library Oct 20

October 1st 2018

Drag Queen Story Time at Huntington Woods Library Oct 20 Huntington Woods, MI- Drag Queen Storytime is just what it sounds like—drag queens reading stories to children in libraries, schools, and bookstores. DQS captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models. In […]