Enjoy food, drink, wine, and entertainment, with both a Wine and a 50-50 Raffle! Catering will be generously provided by the Hometown Restaurant Group.
Shop for Mother’s Day at our Spring Craft Vendor Show.
Join Us For A Delicious Farm-To-Table Organic Gluten-Free Five Course Italian Wine Dinner!
In order to more safely celebrate our successes and those of our patients with you, we’re moving the event to April 28, 2022 at the historic Crofoot in downtown Pontiac.
Join the Orion Area Chamber of Commerce and the Oxford Area Chamber of Commerce for a joint Off the Clock Networking event at HomeGrown Brewing.
Hazel Park Family Fun Nights have crafts, games, fun and pizza.
Come wish Ed a Happy Retirement in-person on Sunday, April 24, from 1 pm – 3pm in the library’s Community Room.
Sign up for our free workshop led by poet/teacher Joy Gaines-Friedler.
Many environmental and conservation groups will have tables at the fair.
Join us for the PAUL VORNHAGEN TRIO
Plant a sunflower kit. Pick up on Earth Day, Friday, April 22 from 9am-5pm at Holly Township Library.
Guests will hear from 11th District Candidates: U.S. Congressman Andy Levin, U.S. Congresswoman Haley Stevens, and Business Owner Matthew DenOtter.
Join us for an evening of pizza & beer to learn all about how to buy a home!
Main Street Pontiac and a number of community organizations are partnering together with The City of Pontiac and the Pontiac Collective Impact Partnership for a week-long clean up effort.
Michigan’s largest Tuesday Summer Cruise happens each week at Culver’s of Lake Orion at the corner of M-24 and Dutton Road from 4pm to 8pm, rain or shine. Beginning April 26th.
As part of the program, Holly and Patterson elementary school students learned about nutrition, healthy eating habits and the importance of daily exercise.
Northville Mayor Brian Turnbull thanked City Council members and members of the various boards, commissions and volunteer task forces for all the work they’ve done to help move the city forward on many fronts.
The Michigan Legislature has amended the Open Meetings Act (OMA) multiple times during the COVID-19 pandemic to enable virtual meetings. However, all local governments are once again required to meet in person.
Check out their website for all the locations, and for easy online ordering: https://www.lamarsacuisine.com
Just weeks after being closed down by Oakland County Health Division for months of ongoing health and safety violations, police discovered the MayaBazaar was continuing to operate their restaurant. MayaBazaar, an Indian carryout restaurant in Farmington Hills, had their license revoked on March 16.