Rochester/Rochester Hills

Sept. 21 – Michigan’s Indian Immigrants in the 21st Century Filmmaker Discussion

September 16th 2021

Attendees will watch the documentary online over Zoom and can ask the filmmaker questions after the showing.

Nonprofits Can Apply for $10 Million in Mental Health, Well-being Grants

September 13th 2021

“These grants will help non-profit organizations that work in the realm of mental and behavioral health expand their ability to provide resources to our residents.”

Reporter Food: Paul’s on Main Street in Downtown Rochester

September 11th 2021

For the full menu visit, and check them out in person at 630 N. Main Street in Downtown Rochester.

Too Young to Run: Candidate Age Requirements Vary by City

September 10th 2021

…it means depending on one’s zip code there it means a seven year gap in opportunity for younger citizens in some cities. 

Rochester Hills Comes Together at Innovation Hills for State of City Address

September 5th 2021

Barnett thanked the various city departments and the people who keep the city running smoothly. He also shared the stories of two facilities employees who are recognized as heroes:

Erin Quetell to Serve as County’s First Environmental Sustainability Officer

September 2nd 2021

She has served as the environmental sustainability planner for the City of Ferndale, where she was responsible for integrating the social, financial, and environmental sustainability perspectives and best practices into everyday city operations.

Sept 10-11 – Art in the Elements Floral Exhibition at Meadowbrook

September 1st 2021

Admission includes self-guided house and grounds tour and admission into Dan’s Cabin and Knole Cottage. This tour is offered rain or shine.

Sept. 6 – Paint Creek Trail Bridge Walk and Run

September 1st 2021

The event is free and open to all ages and abilities. This year’s walk and run will have a special focus on pollinators in honor of the new pollinator garden on the trail.

Sept 10-12 – Art and Apples Festival Supports Paint Creek Center for the Arts

September 1st 2021

The event, PCCA’s largest fundraiser, is a nationally acclaimed art festival attracting tens of thousands of guests and hundreds of artists to Rochester.

Exhibit at Rochester Hills Library Shares History of 9/11 Attacks

September 1st 2021

The library’s display runs from September 1 through September 30 during the regular open hours.