Observer Community Calendar
March 1, 2017 - garden totes
Corned beef and cabbage
The Garden City Women of a Moose are holding a Corned Beef Cabbage dinners 5-7 p.m., Mar 7-8, or until they run out.
Dinners are $6 and embody corned beef, cabbage, crushed potatoes, bread and dessert. Early bird cooking special runs 4:30-5 p.m. pointy for $5/dinner. Pre-orders and take out dinners available. Contact Donna during 734-545-7777. The Garden City Moose Lodge No. 538 is at
29137 Ford Road, Garden City, 734-422-1750
Meet with a supervisor
Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise will reason his monthly “Coffee with Kurt” 9-10 a.m., Monday, Mar 6, at a Grand Traverse Pie Company, 41640 Ann Arbor Road in Plymouth Township. Coffee and breakfast snacks will be provided.
Praise and worship
St. Edith Church will have a Praise and Worship Concert on Sunday, Mar 12, 2017 from 4pm-5pm. Come and sing along to your favorite Christian Rock hits. The song will be supposing by In Praise and a tiny brotherhood will follow in a Gathering Area. This is an glorious eventuality for Lent. For some-more information greatfully see a website. www.stedith.org
Health screening for Livonia students
Registration is compulsory for a screening 9 a.m.-noon, Saturday, Mar 4, St. Mary Mercy Livonia North Auditorium, 36475 Five Mile Road, Livonia. The cost is $10 per student. Each tyro will receive: Healthy heart petition reviewed; Blood vigour check; 12-lead ECG; Heart sound check; Echocardiogram, if indicated. To register and for some-more information go to: www.stmarymercy.org/heartscreen or call 734-655-8240
Annual Mystery Purse Auction
Faith Community’s Women of Faith will horde a auction during 2 p.m, Saturday, Mar 11, during a church, 14560 Merriman Road. This is a fun eventuality where everybody (that means men, too) can bid on purses or bags or totes that are filled with poser items. Light refreshments will be provided. Contact: Melissa @ 734/765-1827
Livonia Towne Club
The Livonia Towne Club, a non-profit women’s classification bringing together women for amicable communication meets a 4th Thursday of any month from Sep by May (except in Nov Dec when it’s reason on a 2nd Thursday).
We accommodate for lunch and a module during opposite restaurants in Livonia and surrounding areas. Our module could be an ominous speaker, bingo, conform show, song party more.
Our subsequent luncheon is Mar 23. The module will be a 3rd annual conform show. For some-more information, call Vicki during 734-591-3254 .
Plymouth Seventh-Day Adventist Church will host Dr. Arthur Weaver to speak on diet and cancer prevention. Attendees will finish a meal, watch a demonstration and yield recipes.The eventuality is during 2 p.m., Sunday, Mar 19 during a church brotherhood hall, 4295 Napier Road, Plymouth. Call 989-965-4861 to register by Mar 16. Admission is FREE, donations are welcome!
Lenten Fish Fry
American Legion Post 32, 9318 Newburgh Road, Livonia, will horde a annual Lenten fish grill 5-8 p.m., any Friday by Apr 29. Cod dinners are $10 and roost will return. Baked equipment will be sole for $1 each. The dishes are open to a public
St. Bellarmine Fish Fry
St. Robert Bellarmine Men’s Club will horde fish frys any Friday during Lent with drive-thru use available. The dinners are accessible any Friday, 4-7 p.m. St. Robert’s is during a dilemma of W. Chicago and Inkster roads in Redford.
Lenten Fish Fry
St. Mary Catholic Church in Wayne will horde a Lenten Fish Frys again this year. The weekly Fish Frys will start on Friday, Mar 3, 4-7 p.m., and run for 7 weeks by Good Friday, Apr 14. We are charity a tasty $7 or $10 dinners. You can select from boiled or baked fish, shrimp cooking or Mac-N-Cheese. Each dish comes with French fries or baked potato, cole slaw, hurl and lemonade, H2O or coffee. For an additional tiny assign desserts and cocktail are available. You positively will have copiousness to eat and good review with your neighbors and parishioners or we can have your dish prepared to take out.
Westland American Legion Post 251
Post meetings are a initial Wednesday of any month. Anyone with an honest liberate and meets use mandate is authorised to join a American Legion.
Created in 1917 Blue Star Service Banners were a common steer during World War we and World War II. Resurrected by a American Legion in 2001, a ensign is displayed to uncover that a family member is now portion in a Armed Forces. Gold Star Service Banners are displayed to uncover that a family member has died while serving. Each star represents one family member. Any family who would like a Blue or Gold Banner to arrangement can call Adjunct Ron Nickels during 734-455-3415 or a Post Commander Bill Acton during 734-776-5491. There is no cost to a family. For some-more information, go to www.post251.org.
Spring silver show
The North West Detroit Coin Club 55th annual Spring Coin Show is 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Mar 5, during a Livonia Senior Center, 15218 Farmington. It will underline U.S. and unfamiliar silver dealers, giveaway acknowledgment and a mangle bar. You can get your coins, banking or other numismatic equipment appraised or we can spin them into cash.
The NWDCC meets during 7:30 p.m. a second and fourth Tuesdays of any month during a Livonia Senior Center, featuring a silver auction during any meeting, discussions, speakers and everybody in metro Detroit is invited to join. Facebook is North West Detroit Coin Club-Michigan and website is nwdcc.org
Community craft-making gathering
The open is invited to accumulate and do your possess special crafts with others, enjoying a brotherhood and fun and carrying an eventuality to see what crafts others are concerned in creating. This is a giveaway eventuality and we are to move all your possess qualification materials. This eventuality will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Mar 4, during Clarenceville United Methodist Church, 20300 Middlebelt Road, nearby a intersection of Eight Mile in Livonia. For some-more information, all 248-434-3444 or email a church during firstname.lastname@example.org.
Roamin Club Special Auction of vegetable and lapidary element will be Mar 4-5 during Schoolcraft College Vistatech Center. Auction for a advantage of a Roamin Endowment Fund and Scholarship Fund during Schoolcraft College. Hourly wordless and written auctions and special children’s auctions. Contact Clarence Sterling 248-981-9673
Hearing detriment meeting
Join a Rap Session that concede guest to share questions, concerns, successes and disappointments in an open eventuality that focuses on particular needs. There is no cost and is open to all 6:30-9 p.m. Wednesday, Mar 8, during a Westland Public Library, 6123 Central City Parkway. Contact Tony during 734-664-3297 or email@example.com
3D Photography Club meeting
The bar meets 7-9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Mar 8, during a Livonia Civic Park Senior Center, 15218 Farmington Road, only south of Five Mile Road. The assembly will underline a display of a annual Stereo Sequence Competition entries. These are brief programs regulating adult to 20 stereo images by 3D photographers from around a world. After a snack break, we’ll also have a final “Freebie” sketch of a deteriorate for giveaway 3D items, and interpretation with a monthly bar 3D picture competition. We entice everybody to join us to see lots of award-winning 3D images. The meetings are giveaway to attend, and visitors are always welcome. Stereo cameras, 3D cinema and educational videos are accessible for members to steal or rent.
Be a Miracle League volunteer
The Miracle League in Plymouth needs dual coaches for a 2017 season. Teams will include of players ages 5-11. If interested, hit Shari Bilkie, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miracle League actor registration ends during 4 p.m. Friday, Mar 10.
The Dorothy Peter Brown Adult Day Program binds giveaway monthly family caregiver support organisation meetings during dual locations. Respite caring might be accessible during a day meetings; if interested, scrutinise when we RSVP.
JVS, 29699 Southfield Road, Southfield:
1:30-3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Mar 14, Alzheimer’s Association assembly for family caregivers of comparison adults with memory loss
5:30-7 p.m. Monday, Mar 20, for family caregivers of all comparison adults
For information or to RSVP for possibly meeting, hit Dorothy Moon during 248-233-4392 or email@example.com.
Jewish Senior Life, Brown Center, 6720 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield:
1:30-3:00 p.m. Thursday,March 9, Alzheimer’s Association assembly for family caregivers of comparison adults with memory loss
Call for information about a dusk support organisation assembly for family caregivers of all comparison adults
For information or to RSVP for meeting, hit Joely Lyons during 248-592-5032 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Garden City Lions breakfast
For a 26th uninterrupted year, a Garden City Lions will horde a annual pancake breakfast. This year’s eventuality is set for 8-11:30 a.m. Sunday, Mar 19, during a Garden City Moose Lodge No. 538, 29137 Ford Road. Breakfast includes pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, juice, divert and coffee. Guest chefs are members of a Garden City Fire Department. Cost is adults $5, children 12 and younger $2. For some-more information, call Bob during 734-612-1775 or Vicki during 734-524-1330.
Compassionate Care Hospice seeks caring, merciful volunteers with large hearts to assistance with studious caring and companionship, bureau support, organisation activities and more.
Volunteer training sessions will cover goal and values, confidentially, communication and listening skills, grief, loss, a failing routine and information impending to portion a needs of a patients. Interested volunteers might also select to accept additional training and offer as specialized devout or anguish volunteer.
Compassionate Care Hospice is a community-based hospice classification committed to a top peculiarity of hospice caring for patients, their families and other desired ones. Interested volunteers contingency finish a online focus routine before to training. Early registration is speedy since several stairs contingency be finished before to a training sessions.
The subsequent new proffer course is Mar 11 and will during a office, 5730 N. Lilley Road, Canton. Contact a proffer coordinator during 888-983-9050 with questions or to request for a brief interview.
Red Wings apartment raffle
The Livonia Jaycees will reason a raffle to win a apartment package of 20 tickets and a $300 food document for a Friday, Mar 24, Red Wings diversion opposite a Tampa Bay Lightning. The raffle is $20 or 3 tickets for $50. The sketch will be Mar 7 and a leader does not need to be present. Proceeds will go to a Jaycees to use to urge a community.
To squeeze tickets, hit a Jaycees during 734-956-0548 or email@example.com or during 37699 Six Mile, Suite 250, Livonia.
‘Calling them Home’
St. Michael a Archangel Parish will offer a new Lenten series, “Calling Them Home,” for all parents, grandparents, siblings and others who are meddlesome in assisting their special desired ones find their approach home to a church. The four-week series, that will accommodate on uninterrupted Mondays from Mar 6-27 in a St. Michael’s School cafeteria, will be led by obvious Catholic author, apologist and award-winning “Michigan Catholic” columnist Gary Michuta, who has endless training knowledge with teenagers and immature adults.
There is no assign or reservation compulsory for this series. All area Catholics who are meddlesome in this theme are welcome. St. Michael’s is during 11441 Hubbard Road, only south of Plymouth Road, in Livonia. For some-more information, call a bishopric during 734-261-1455, ext. 200 or revisit www.livoniastmichael.org.
Weight government program
On Mar 14, St. Mary Mercy Livonia will horde a weight government module patrician Weigh Your Options. Registered dietitians will yield information to assistance people start a weight detriment program. Attendees will learn about successful weight government programs, where to find arguable resources and healthy activities in a village and what is indispensable to rise a healthy lifestyle. Participants will learn how to review food labels, write SMART goals and establish their healthiest weight. The category will take place from 6-7:30 p.m. in St. Mary Mercy’s Classroom 2, 36475 Five Mile Road, in Livonia (accessed from a south entrance).
There is a $5 price for this category and registration is required. Register during stmarymercy.org and click on “Classes and Events.”
Slice for Life
This April, Buddy’s Pizza will group adult with a Capuchin Soup Kitchen to horde a 41st annual Slice for Life fundraiser. From 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Apr 24, congregation who squeeze a sheet can revisit any Buddy’s Pizza full-service plcae to suffer an all-you-can-eat two-topping pizza and salad meal. A carry-out choice is also accessible for squeeze during all 11 Buddy’s Pizza locations and includes possibly a 4-square two-topping pizza or a middle sized antipasto, Greek or residence salad.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $7 for children. Advance tickets can be purchased during www.cskdetroit.org or by job 313-579-2100, ext. 170. Tickets will also be accessible during a door. All sheet holders might also register to win one 8-square Buddy’s Pizza any month for one year. Proceeds from a eventuality will advantage a Capuchin Soup Kitchen’s village overdo services.