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Aug. 8 – Ferndale Library Hosting Virtual Talent Show for Kids

July 16th 2020

Kids 12 and under are encouraged to record their special talents at home, and then send a 90 second (or less) video

Aug. 5 – Introduction to Mindfulness Meditation Online 

July 16th 2020

We will start with a short introduction followed by a 30 minute guided, sitting meditation, then close the session with questions, answers and interesting experiences.

Aug 6 -Manga Artist Mark Crilley Teaching Zoom Class

July 16th 2020

Acclaimed artist Mark Crilley will be teaching a virtual Manga drawing class on Zoom.

Aug 1 – Blues, Brews, & BBQ in Downtown Holly 

July 16th 2020

The annual Blue, Brews, and BBQ event, hosted by the Holly Area Chamber of Commerce and the Holly Moose Lodge, takes place Saturday, Aug. 1 with dinner from 5-7pm and Lester Blues performing from 7-11pm. 

Aug 1 – Black & Brown Theatre presents “Beast of the Town”

July 16th 2020

They’ll present a virtual show for kids and families, “Beast of the Town,” a twist on Beauty and the Beast, via Zoom.

2020 Candidate Interview: Vincent Gregory for Oakland County Sheriff

July 15th 2020

On the Democratic side there are three candidates: Randy Maloney, Barnett Jones, and Vincent Gregory.

2020 Candidate Interview:  Robert Buxbaum for Water Resources Commissioner

July 15th 2020

In the race for Water Resources Commissioner, Democratic incumbent Jim Nash in unopposed in the primary. 

2020 Candidate Interview: Steven Johnson for Water Resources Commissioner

July 15th 2020

In the Republican Primary the candidates are Robert Bauxbaum, Steven Johnson and Jim Stevens.

2020 Candidate Interview: Jim Nash for Water Resources Commissioner

July 15th 2020

In the race for Water Resources Commissioner, Democratic incumbent Jim Nash in unopposed in the primary.

MSU Extension’s Master Gardener Program Starts Aug. 20

July 14th 2020

Participants have access to information generated at one of the nation’s top plant science teaching and research universities and the chance to use this knowledge to improve their communities and enrich lives.