“It starts and ends at the Drafting Table Brewery in Wixom. It will go out 12.5 miles to the Sylvan Table – hence the Table to Table,” he said. “There will be a stop on the way put on by Bloomfield Parks and Rec where folks can get water and snacks.”
Ferndale Pride strives to recognize and promote pride for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, asexual, intersex and ally communities, working with residents, businesses, community groups, and all segments of the community to welcome and promote the celebration of diversity
Join Abigail’s Pride for Ortonville’s 1st ever family friendly Pride event!
his popular fine arts and craft fair, celebrating its 13th anniversary this year, holds a special place in the hearts of Michigan art lovers due to its manageable size and approachable ambience.
Held outdoors (rain or shine) at the Orion Center located at 1335 Joslyn Road, Orion, 48360
Open Mic is June 3 from 7 to 11pm at American Legion Post 149
Come down to Battle Alley and listen to the great sound of Dually Noted and pick up your free “concert ticket” to take to stores and get signed by five businesses you purchase something at and turn it back in to be entered into a drawing for a gift card to your favorite DDA shop!
You could be a writer of fiction or non-fiction, a poet, a songwriter, or a screenwriter. If you’re telling a story, we want to know: “What’s the story?”
Clawson Chamber Networking Opportunities are back.
Sip drinks on the Ferndale Project patio and let our friends from Brightly Twisted walk you through how to create the perfect tie-dye masterpiece.
Celebrate the first day of Pride Month with us as we raise the Rainbow Flag in front of City Hall on Tuesday, May 31 at 6pm.
City Hall is located at 300 E 9 Mile Road.
May 30 – Royal Oak Historical Society Pancake Breakfast Royal Oak, MI – The Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast brought to you by the Royal Oak Historical Society Monday, May 30 from 7am to noon at Royal Oak Farmers Market. All you can eat. $6 for people 11 and up, $3 for children 10 and under.…
On this day, we honor the fallen – our bravest men, women, and K-9s. Many Oakland County cities, villages, and townships host Memorial Day events to remember our fallen heroes and honor America’s armed forces.
Oak Park Coffee with a Cop is Saturday May 28 from 9-11am at Coolidge Cafe.
The Downtown Clawson Spring Open Air Faire has been rescheduled to May 28!
Often compared to artists such as Gladys Knight, Etta James, Chaka Khan and Janis Joplin, Tosha delivers a unique sound and performance that no other Detroit singer can provide.
The recalled peanut butter was distributed nationwide in retail stores and other outlets. Recalled products include the products below with lot codes 1274425 – 2140425. Lot codes are included alongside best-if-used-by date.
On Saturday, May 14th, Children’s Park in downtown Lake Orion was filled with dozens of volunteers who came to help build a new, safe play structure for the community to enjoy.
“Our DPW workforce often goes unseen, responsible for so many of the things we use and experience daily—paved streets and sidewalks, running water, landscaping and greenery throughout our downtown, snow removal, and more—yet working behind the scenes, often in inclement weather, to ensure that our services are well maintained and uninterrupted.”
“Protecting your dog against rabies also protects your family and neighbors,” said Bob Gatt, Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center manager. “We don’t want the cost of the rabies vaccine to be a barrier for anyone getting a dog license.”