June 4, 2015 - garden totes
Free adult English education training module during Warren Seventh Day Adventist Church, 12100 E. 13 Mile Road, Warren. Class starts 2-3 p.m. Jun 28. Registration takes place by Jun 26 and can be finished by job 586-939-5138 or 586-751-0781.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., Eta Lambda Zeta territory hosts Bowling for Books fundraiser 4 p.m. Jun 20 during Pampa Lanes, 31925 Van Dyke Ave., Warren. Cost is $20 for 3 games, shoe rental, pizza, cocktail and a raffle ticket. Proceeds advantage a ELZ Scholarship fund. To squeeze Tickets hit any member of Eta Lambda Zeta or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Make-A-Wish fundraising dinner, raffle and wordless auction 4 p.m. Jun 11 during Jamboozies Bar and Grill, 42066 Van Dyke Ave, Sterling Heights. For some-more information, call 586-738-4110 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dueling Pianos fundraiser
Dueling Pianos fundraiser to assistance advantage Tote Bags of Love and a Sterling Heights Lioness Club during 8 p.m. Jun 18 during Hamlin Pub, 55076 Van Dyke, Shelby Township. All ask rock-n-roll interactive comedy piano show. Ticket are $20 per chairman and need to be purchased by Jun 18 by job 586-914-7744 or 586-604-6907.
Boys and girls from ages 6-13 are invited to learn essentials in scold use during a Boys and Girls Etiquette Class and Cookie Tea during 1 p.m. Jun 7 during Crocker House Museum, 15 Union Street, Mount Clemens. They will learn any day use including introductions, handshakes and list manners from Certified Etiquette Instructor Kim Parr. Cost is $15 and a category includes dessert. Registration is compulsory as space is limited. For some-more information or to register, call 586-465-2488.
Assumption Cultural Center, 21800 Marter Road, St. Clair Shores hosts annual hulk garage sale 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Jun 11-13. Childrens items, adult wardrobe and accessories, sports equipment, home decor, furniture, books and more. Food and baked good accessible for purchase. Proceeds advantage Assumption Greek Orthodox Church and Cultural Center and Assumption Nursery School and Toddler Center. For some-more information, call 586-779-6111 ext. 4
St. Clair County Library Memphis Branch, 34830 Potter Street, Memphis hosts garden tea celebration 5:30-8 p.m. Jun 11. Join for a garden tea and mini DIA debate followed by opening by a River Strings Dulcimer Group. Registration compulsory by Jun 5. For some-more information, call 586-392-2980.
Crocker House Garden Walk 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Jun 27 Tickets are $10 for members of a Macomb County Historical Society or $15 for non members. A breakfast is accessible during 9 a.m. during a Crocker House Museum, 15 Union Street, Mount Clemens. Breakfast offers scones, tough boiled eggs, uninformed fruit and prohibited Three Wives Tea. Breakfast tickets contingency be purchased in allege and are $8 for Macomb County Historical Society members or $10 for non-members. To squeeze tickets or for some-more information, call 586-465-2488.
Historical and Genealogical Society module
Warren Historical and Genealogical Society presents Olgas Story- WWII Through a Eyes of a Child during 7 p.m. Jun 10 during a Warren Community Center, Conference Room A., 5460 Arden, Warren. Olga Lechniak, a theme of a film, will be on palm to plead her use and answer questions after a film. A $5 concession is suggested. Proceeds advantage a Warren Historical and Genealogical Society.
The Greater Washington Area Historical Society will attend in Art Orchard Festival 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Jun 13 with an open residence and waif plant sale as good as antique appraisals from noon-4 p.m. for $5 per item. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Jun 14 will be Lock, Stock and Barrel Sale with antiques, crafts, collectibles, plants and blurb and flea marketplace items. Museum during 58230 Van Dyke will also be open for tours and Just Banjos will perform from 1-3 p.m. For some-more information, call 248-652-2458 or 586-786-5304 or revisit washhistsoc.org.
Macomb County Master Gardener Association hosts Butterfly Gardening Guide to a Basic Elements from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Jun 9 during MSU Extension Assembly Room, 21885 Dunham Road by Advanced Master Gardener Sue Hobig, who breeds and raises sovereign butterflies in her home and yard and will share her ecological routine for creation your yard a breakwater for all butterflies and other pollinators. Free for MCCMGA members and dual guests; $5 for others payable during doorway with scold change.
Heart of a Hills Players holding auditions for Oklahoma 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Jun 4 during a Disabled Americans Veterans Hall, 47326 Dequindre, Shelby Township. Rehearsals reason 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Thursday starting Jun 8 and performances will take place Aug. 20-23 during a Macomb Center for a Performing Arts. For some-more information, call 586-412-0154 or revisit hohplayers.org.
The Grosse Pointe Chamber Music will perform during 2:30 p.m. Jun 7 during a Grosse Pointe War Memorial, 32 Lake Shore Drive, Grosse Pointe Farms. Tickets are $14 during a door, giveaway for 18 and under. For some-more information, call 586-945-6830 or email email@example.com.
The Riverbank Theater presents Caberet Jun 12-18 during 7 p.m. on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Tickets are $26 and accessible by job 810-278-1749 or by visiting riverbanktheatre.com.
Pancake breakfast for a Grabowski family 7 a.m.-noon Jun 14 during Armada High School, 23655 Armada Center Road, Armada. Cost is a giveaway will concession during a doorway to assistance a family of Terry Grabowski who died May 23. Also 50/50 and other raffles and fender plaque fundraiser. For some-more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fraser Historical Commission hosts Rummage and Plant Sale Flea Market from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Jun 7 during Baumgartner Museum, 18577 Masonic, Fraser. Rain date is Jun 14. For some-more information, call 586-293-7477 or 586-293-8252.
Bethany East singles dance 8 p.m.-midnight Jun 27 during Holy Ghost Orthodox Church Hall, 38500 Ryan Road, Sterling Heights. Dance doctrine 8-8:30 p.m. Cost is $15 Beer, wine, pop, snacks included. For some-more information, call 586-264-0284 or 586-232-3485.
Upcoming activities for The Single Way organisation for Christian singles
Barbecue and games, 5 p.m. Jun 27 during a members home. Cost $4 and includes full cooking and beverages. Reserve by Jun 26. Reservations compulsory for all events by job 586-774-2119 between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Fibromyalgia Support and Education organisation meets 7-9 p.m. Jun 8 in a Webber Cancer Center classroom in a groundwork of St. John Macomb Oakland Hospital, 11800 E Twelve Mile Rd, Warren. For some-more information, call 248-885-4673 or revisit Mifibromyalgia.org.
Macomb County Epilepsy Support Group meets a third Wednesday of a month (except June, Jul and August) 7-8:30 p.m. during a MISD, 44001 Garfield Road, Clinton Township. Call 800-377-6226 for some-more information.
Michigan Accordion Society binds open mic song eventuality 7 p.m. third Tuesday of a month during Forestre Banquet Center, 1919 Star Batt Drive, Rochester Hills. Refreshments available. Call 586-992-0498 or revisit michiganaccordion.org.
Square dancing lessons charity 7 p.m. Wednesdays during First United Methodist Church of Warren, 5005 Chicago Road. First doctrine free, $4 any category after that. No partner or special block dance wardrobe required. Call 248-613-3169.
Disabled American Veterans 129 and Operation Yellow Ribbon reason euchre parties, 4-6 p.m. second Sundays and 7-9 p.m. fourth Thursdays during 47326 Dequindre Road, Shelby Township. Fee $7 (plus buliding for euchre); refreshments available. Reservations indispensable one day in allege to 248-425-2722 or 248-953-4901.
Great Lakes Chorus of Sweet Adelines International open rehearsals, 7 p.m. Tuesdays during St. Thomas Lutheran Church, 8771 15 Mile Road, Sterling Heights. For details, call 248-887-6038 or glcsing.org.
Detroit Concert Choir binds auditions for gifted tenors and basses, by appointment. Call 313-882-0118. Choir rehearses 7-9:15 p.m. Mondays during Grosse Pointe North High School.
St. Clair Shores Community Chorus rehearses 7:30-9:10 p.m. Mondays during Triumphant Cross Lutheran Church, 13 Mile Road and Greater Mack. For details, call 586-294-3398 or vicit scscommunitychorus.org.
Troy Community Chorus rehearses 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays in room 1620 of Athens High School, 4333 John R. Visit troycommunitychorus.org.
Symphonia Chorale rehearses 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays during St. John Lutheran Church, 246 Benjamin St., Romeo. Call 586-336-9816.
Widowed group and women are invited to a 4 week anguish module Saturdays starting Jun 6 from 5:45-7 p.m., during St. Kieran Parish, 53600 Mound Road, Shelby Township. Anyone who has mislaid a associate is welcome. To RSVP, call 586-228-1921.
Widowed group and women are invited during 12:30 p.m. Jun 9 for loyalty and an Italian lunch during Maggianos Little Italy, 2089 W. Big Beaver Road, Troy. RSVP by job 248-543-1018.
Widowed group and women are invited for lunch during noon Jun 22 during Olgas Kitchen, 4201 Garfield Road, Clinton Township. RSVP by Jun 19 by job 586-264-1939.
Widowed group and women are invited any third Thursday from 6-9 p.m. during St. Isidore Church, 18201 23 Mile Road, for cards, games and friendship. Bring a tiny break to share and your possess beverage. For some-more information, call 810-434-2940 or 586-991-7374.
Widowed group and women are invited to 11 a.m. Mass, followed by refreshments and brotherhood during Christ a Light (formerly St. Alan), 3077 Glouchester, Troy. A territory of a church will be indifferent for Widowed Friends or accommodate in a vestibule. For some-more information, call 586-795-0477.
Widowed group and women are invited to accommodate during 10 a.m. any third Tuesday during The Pancake Factory, 13693 23 Mile Road, Shelby Township. For some-more information, call 586-781-9168.
Widowed group and women are invited to accommodate during 10 a.m. any second Monday during Big Boy Restaurant, 40850 Van Dyke, Sterling Heights. For some-more information, call 586-264-1939.
Widowed group and women are invited to accommodate during 9 a.m. on a second and fourth Monday monthly during Seros, 925 Gratiot Ave., Marysville. For some-more information, call 810-388-0868.
Widowed group are invited to attend breakfast any initial and third Thursday monthly during 9 a.m. during Lukich Family Restaurant, 3900 Rochester Road, Troy. For some-more information, call 248-585-5402.
Widowed group and women are invited to attend breakfast any second and fourth Thursday monthly during a Country Inn, 35229 23 Mile Road, New Baltimore. Enjoy breakfast while assembly new friends. Separate checks provided. For some-more information, call 586-453-3912.
Widowed group and women are invited for an dusk of cards, games and loyalty 6-9 p.m. any initial Thursday during St. John and Paul, 7777 28 Mile Road, Washington Township. For some-more information, call 586-781-5781.
Widowed group and women are invited to play during 10 a.m. any Wednesday during Sunnybrook Lanes, 7191 17 Mile Road, Sterling Heights. A dump in league, compensate when play and cards are drawn to form teams. Lunch following optional. For some-more information, call 586-756-9597 or 586-254-8199.
The Mount Clemens Art Association meets 6:30 p.m. initial Monday of a month during Mount Clemens Library, 150 Cass Ave., Mount Clemens. Bring a tiny sketchbook for notes, etc. For some-more information, call 586-469-8781.
Fishing Buddies Fishing Club meets 6:30 p.m. third Tuesday monthly during Older Persons Commission, 650 Letica Drive, Rochester Hills. Call 248-375-1931.
Community House Senior Womens Club meets 10:30 a.m. second and fourth Tuesdays during a Community House, 380 S. Bates., Birmingham. Upcoming speakers are: Jun 9 Nolan Findley, Detroit News editorial page editor and Jun 23, Annie Hunt, description of Clara Barton, Angel of a Battlefield.
Confident Communicators Toastmasters Club in Washington Township meets 8:15-9:30 a.m. initial and third Wednesdays during Washington Township offices boardroom, 57900 Van Dyke, between 26 Mile and West roads or 7 p.m. a second Monday of a month during Graubner Library, 65821 Van Dyke Ave., Washington Township. For details, call 586-206-8924.
Toastmasters Speak Easy Club of Shelby meets 10-11:30 a.m. second and fourth Saturdays monthly during Shelby Community Center, 51670 Van Dyke Ave., north of 23 Mile Road. Call 586-623-9987 or 586-531-1289.
Sterling Speakers Toastmasters meets 6:30-8 p.m. second and fourth Tuesdays monthly during Bethesda Christian Church, 14000 Metropolitan Parkway, Sterling Heights. Open to visitors. Call 586-264-2300 ext. 119.
St. Clair River Toastmasters meets 6:30-8 p.m. second and fourth Mondays during MacDonald Public Library in New Baltimore. Call 586-913-7868 or hit email@example.com.
Northern Toastmasters meets 6:30 p.m. second and fourth Mondays during Olgas Kitchen, 34180 Van Dyke, south of 15 Mile Road, Sterling Heights. Call 248-828-7481 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.?
Line Dance fundraiser noon-2 p.m. Jun 13 Tickets are $10 for a full hour of dancing with instructor Carol Pekizer to a accumulation of music. For tickets, call 248-608-0251.
OPC Art Department seeking used valuables donations for their annual used valuables sale. Needed is dress valuables and selected valuables including necklaces, bracelets, pins, earrings, slap links, tie tacs, dusk bags, kindly used purses, scarves, hats, hankies, song boxes, trinket boxes, watches and other tiny singular items. Must be in good condition. To arrange dump off time, email email@example.com or call 248-608-0253.
Older Persons Commission, 650 Letica in Rochester, offers authorised overpass games 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturdays, $8 during a door, and coffee residence open 5-8 p.m. Monday-Wednesday in OPC lobby. Open to OPC members 50 and older. Call 248-608-0263.
OPC charity Fine Arts classes such as Chinese Brush Painting, watercolor painting, drawing, clay jewelry, or pottery circle handbuilding. Days and times vary. For some-more information, revisit opcseniorcenter.org and click about us and afterwards a newsletter tab.
Music Preparatory Division during Oakland University offers stone band, facile voice and piano willingness classes starting in May for youngsters. For price and registration information email firstname.lastname@example.org or 248-370-2034.
Fraser Public Library
Summer reading bar for all ages 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Jun 13 during a library, 16330 14 Mile Road Fraser. Drop in, make a qualification and pointer adult for summer reading club. during 1 p.m. Officer Simon will benefaction a Everyday Hero rigging of a military officer/firefighter. There will also be a unit automobile or firetruck in a parking lot and relatives can make an ID pack for their children. At 3 p.m. Ask a Cop event with Officer Simon for teenagers and adults. Registration is compulsory and began Jun 1. For some-more information, call 586-293-2055.
Archery Club will take place starting during 4 p.m. Jun 17 and stability for 10 weeks for those ages 10 and up. Cost is $50 per tyro and in chairman registration is now open during a library, 16330 14 Mile Road, Fraser. The bar offers a possibility to learn archery skills and use them in a protected monitored environment. Sessions customarily final one and a half to dual hours. If participants join later, sessions will be prorated during $5 a week.
Tea and Talk in a Garden module for adults. 3 p.m. Jun 19 (rain date Jun 26). Join in a garden for a tea tasting by Rendezvous with Teas Naszreen Gibson. Registration is compulsory and started Jun 1.
Fashion Design: Basic Sewing for teenagers 1 p.m. Jun 20 for those in grades 7-12. Join engineer Cynthia Rindt to learn simple palm sewing techniques to emanate your initial strange design. Learn sewing stitches and decoration to emanate your possess singular shirt. Participants are asked to move their possess t-shirt to alter. Families who possess a sewing appurtenance are also acquire to move them. Space is singular and registration is required. For some-more information, call 586-293-2055.
Harrison Township Public Library
Kickoff for summer reading module 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Jun 13 during a library, 38151 LAnse Creuse during Townhall. Enjoy refreshments, grilled prohibited dogs, chips, lemonade and iced tea as good as a used book sale. The summer reading module will run from Jun 13 by Aug. 8. For some-more information, call 586-329-1261.
St. Clair Shores Library
Annual Selinsky-Green Farmhouse Museum hosts annual Garden Tea Party 2-4 p.m. Jun 17. Tea, lemonade and honeyed and delicious tidbits, doorway prizes and music. Tickets (sold during a gate) are $3 for adults and 50 cents for children. For some-more information, call 586-771-9020 or revisit scslibrary.org.
Fathers Day qualification 10 a.m.-noon Jun 19. All reserve and instructions provided. Adults should accompany immature children to assistance with scissors and glue. .
Adult Summer Reading Club runs Jun 2-July 31. Read library books or review 5 library books to a child to acquire tickets for weekly prizes donated by a Friends of a Library and internal businesses. Registration starts Jun 2. Registration forms and sketch tickets are located nearby a library Information Desk. For some-more information, call 586-771-9020 or revisit scslibrary.org.
Summer reading bar Every Hero Has A Story for infants by teens. Starting Jun 9, during 2 p.m. Tuesdays will be Terrific Tuesday programs for reading bar members. For some-more information, call 586-771-9020 or revisit scslibrary.org.
St. Clair Shores Genealogy Group meets 7 p.m. Jun 25 in a internal story center. Topic is Finding Cemeteries and Burial Records. Beginning genealogists always welcome. For some-more information, call 586-771-9020 or revisit scslibrary.org.
The St. Clair Shores Cultural Committee is sponsoring a train outing for a debate of a Diego Rivera and Frida Kalo vaunt during a Detroit Institute of Arts on Jun 26. Tickets are $25 and embody train transportation, muster sheet and a $10 benefaction label that might be used for lunch during a CafeDIA or a museum benefaction shop. The train leaves a library, 22500 11 Mile Road, during 11 a.m. and departs a DIA during 3:30 p.m. Tickets are accessible until Jun 12 or sole out for Jun 26. Tickets are nonrefundable and are accessible during a library. For some-more information, call 586-771-9020.
St. Clair Shores Cultural Committee and a Public Library benefaction Film Movement featuring a recently expelled eccentric or unfamiliar film, 6:30 p.m. third Thursday monthly during a library, 22500 11 Mile Road. At 1:30 p.m. Fridays, classical cinema are shown in a librarys William R. Gilstorf Meeting room. New recover Thursdays underline recently expelled cinema on DVD, 6:30 p.m. initial Thursday monthly. For sum call 586-771-9020 or revisit scslibrary.org.