Bring the family, lawn chairs or blankets and relax with as a variety of family-friendly movies will be shown at sunset. Concessions will be available for purchase from some of Troy’s own non-profit organizations .
We hope you will join us in celebrating the truly magical launch of Jacki Smith’s newest book “The big book of Candle Magic” Friday July 1st from 4pm to 6pm at The Candle Wick Shoppe.
The Ferndale Library’s Art & Exhibitions Committee will host a Reception for local visual artist Loralee Grace on June 30 from 6 pm – 8 pm, celebrating her current show, “Futurelands,” currently on display in the library’s program room.
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Movies will be shown throughout Ferndale all summer long in Downtown Ferndale’s Schiffer Park, and city-wide at Wilson Park, Martin Road Park and Harding Park.
“We are so excited to bring back the Troy Summer Concert Series at Boulan Park again this summer,” Community Affairs Director Cindy Stewart said
Representatives will be onsite to serve all veterans, active duty, guard and reserves, and their families with these resources:
The annual “In the Woods” celebration takes place June 27-July 4.
Vote for your favorite dish, as chefs from Hometown Restaurant Group (Pops for Italian, One-Eyed Bettys, Public House), prepare six unique pasta dishes and wine pairings in hopes of earning the Pasta Slam champion title and earning a spot on our menu.
Hennen did not address any of these comments, although the majority of his fellow council members voiced their support for those who spoke for the LGBTQ+ community and the Berkley Pride Block Party on June 26th.
Opa! Food and Spirits is located at 600 S. Lapeer Road in Orion Twp.
But such events are becoming more popular as communities of all sizes see the value in being welcoming of LGBTQ+ neighbors. “You are changing the narrative that the only way to come out in a small town is to get out.”
“Those who have experienced foster care typically don’t have the support systems in place to assist with college costs. Every dollar helps create opportunities for our youth who have experienced foster care.”
Totals are not in yet for this year, but with packed streets leading into sunset, groups at the event reported much success.
“So seeing the rainbow flag, and seeing people come out to something like this, is how you know that you’re not alone.”
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Oakland County Times recently met with Orion Township Supervisor Chris Barnett for a first-hand look at what some of the new projects are, and to share more about the process for readers that have questions.
Holly continued its annual tradition of hosting a Memorial Day parade and as usual it was quite the community event.
In addition to a scene full of rainbow colored lights and trendy music, Liberty Bar has a menu with tasty options including their signature series of poutines.
Berkley Parks & Recreation has received a donation in the amount of $5,000 for their inclusive park fundraiser from Wayne Wudyka, owner of Huntington Cleaners, Wesch Cleaners, and Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network.