With COVID easing up and The City of Pontiac Arts Commission hard at work, the Pontiac Arts Crawl is back for 2022!
Join us on Friday July 22, 2022 at Coyote Preserve Golf Club in Fenton
Join us in Downtown Berkley for the first annual Berkley Pride Block Party!
Holly Calvary Church, 15010 N. Holly Rd. in Holly is hosting 2022 monthly blood drives in its warm, clean Fellowship Hall.
Mark your calendars for a fun evening with Alan Turner and the Steel Horse Band.
We are excited to host a celebration of art and community and the unique influence of skateboard culture.
Network with the Clarkston and Holly Area Chambers! Enjoy a free lunch from the concession stand as you meet other Clarkston Area and Holly Area Chamber members.
Thursday, June 9 from 5pm – 7pm at Fort Pontiac at Camp Agawam, 1301 W. Clarkston Road, Orion Township
Join us for an evening of celebration and togetherness as we enjoy an incredible lineup of speakers, music, resources, free swag, a photo area, face painting, and FREE mom/dad hugs!
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
This event is free and open to the public, Free Parking
Clawson Chamber Networking Opportunities are back. After a long hiatus due to Covid we are resuming our coffees and our after hours. These will be in-person events
After 2 years with no parade due to Covid-19, we are able to once again have our full observance of Memorial Day.
May 30 – Holly Memorial Day Parade The Memorial Day Parade will begin at 10 AM, commencing on the corner of S Saginaw and E Maple Streets. The Parade will head East on Maple Street then travel North on Park Avenue. Once reaching Lakeside Cemetery, a ceremony will take place. For more things to do,…
Join us for a family-friendly 5k run/walk that starts in Downtown Lake Orion and takes you on the beautiful Paint Creek Trail, or choose the 5 mile distance….
The Memorial Day Ceremony immediately follows the conclusions of the parade at the War Memorial, located in Centennial Commons (Troy Street and Second).
The day’s festivities will include a 5K starting and a mile fun run.
Upon reaching the site, parade organizers and supporters will host an hour and a half long Memorial Program featuring: an invocation, song, speeches from community leaders and concluding with recognition of local veterans in attendance
Following the ceremony is a parade from Hazel Park Jr. High, along Woodward Hts, to Green Acres Park.
Networking begins at 7:30, breakfast and presentation at 8:00, door prizes and business shout outs at 8:30.