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An orientation is approaching later this month for those interested in volunteering for the Livingston County 4H Grand Equestrians Therapeutic Riding Program that that provides equine facilitated therapy to children with special needs.
Join the monthly Arc of Livingston Parent Support Group. Get together with other parents of children or adults with disabilities to network, get support and give support. Coffee's on us and parents who RSVP and attend also receive a gas stipend.
Livingston County Catholic Charities (LCCC) is holding an informational meeting for persons interested in learning more about foster care. Currently there are not enough local homes to accommodate abused and/or neglected children to keep them close to their home of origin in order to maintain stability in their lives. Do you have room in your heart and home for one more child? Meetings are held the 3rd Monday of each month from 5pm–7pm at LCCC, 2020 E. Grand River #101, Howell. Call Amanda today to reserve your spot – 517-545-5944.
Tue May 21
Registration Open House
Swing by the Bennett Recreation Center for EARLY registration opportunities. Be the FIRST to sign up for Summer Swim Lessons, pick up your Howell City Park Pass, and see what discounts are available when you register for programs in house in this one-night-only event. Discounts are ONLY available from 6pm-8pm at the Bennett Rec Center. Site: Bennett Rec Center, 925 W. Grand River Ave.
Wed May 22
Avid Gardener Cautions
Howell Garden Club features Dr. Francisca Kartono, D.O. FAOCD, FAAD, Dermatology Specialist for a lecture on rashes an avid gardener might develop, especially plant induced dermatitis. She will have information on skin cancer, sun protection and other relevant tips for gardeners and the general population. EMS Bldg., 1911 Tooley Rd., Howell, MI 48855; 7pm
Wed May 22
Crossroads Group Sierra Club-In Your Backyard
Crossroads Group Sierra Club presents a programs free to the public. The Howell Conference and Nature Center will be presenting ???In Your Backyard???, an opportunity to appreciate and learn about the wildlife living in our own backyards. The presentation will include interactive demonstrations and examples of how to help your wild neighbors thrive. The prsentation is Wednesday May 22nd, 7pm at Brighton District Library.
Wed May 22
They focus primarily on swing dancing to modern, electro swing, oldies, and alternative music; but also play multiple songs for other styles (waltz, salsa, tango, and blues) every night.
They also feature beginner lessons AND advanced lessons every night. Summer location: In front of the Courthouse
200 E Grand River Ave, Howell from 7-10pm.
Admission is $2.
Fri May 24
Journey of Dementia
Gain an in-depth understanding of dementia with Positive Approach to Care Founder, Teepa Snow. This event is free and open to the public at the Johnson Center, Cleary University in Howell. The morning session is Transitions in Care, from 8am-11:30am and the afternoon session is Managing Expectations, from 12:30pm-4pm. Please call Rebecca Weil at 734-433-1000 ext. 7424 to register.
Fri May 24
Events at Howell Library
There are several free works shops and events at the Howell Library every month. Call 517-546-0720 for more information or visit their website.
The Brighton Area Schools Alumni Association is offering an ACT Practice Test at the Brighton High School Cafeteria from 9:45am to 1:30pm. Early Registration by 5/10/19 is $35. Door registration as space allows is $50. Immediate test scoring available along with access to additional online test-taking preparation. For more information, go to www.BrightonMIAlumni.com or contact BASAlumniSAT@gmail.com or 810-227-0656
Mon May 27
Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast
The Hartland High Band Boosters will be holding their annual Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast at Village Elementary School May 27th from 7:30am-10:30am. Stop in for breakfast before the parade and support the high school marching band. Adults $8, kids and seniors $6.
Mon May 27
Memorial Day Classic Car Show
Memorial Day Classic Car Show is May 27th sponsored by Street Knights Car Club. All proceeds to benefit Stiggy's Dogs also known as Blue Star Service Dogs. Dept of Health & Human Services 2300 E Grand River parking Lot behind Aldi's.
Mon May 27
Rep. Ann Bollin Coffee Hours
State Representative Ann Bollin holds monthly coffee hours on the 4th Monday of every month. This month's coffee hours will be held from 4:30pm-5:30pm at the Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce, 218 E. Grand River, and from 6:30pm-7:30pm at the Hamburg Township Library, 10411 Merrill Rd. If you are unable to attend, you can contact Rep. Bollin's office at 517-373-1784 or AnnBollin@house.mi.gov
Mon May 27
Hartland Memorial Day Run
The annual Hartland Memorial day run is a 1 mile walk, 5k run and 10k run that takes place before the Hartland Parade and Pancake breakfast. It begins at the High School athletic complex and through the village of Hartland. To register visit website.
Pinckney Memorial Day Parade steps off at 1pm from the corner of Hamburg street & Pearl street. It will end at the village town square. The American Legion Post 419 will then have a service. Anyone who would like to be in the parade please go to the village of Pinckney website and fill out an application. Any questions, please contact Don McColl at 734-417-5420.
Tue May 28
Livingston County Parkinson's Support Group
The Livingston County Parkinson's Support Group will meet at 4pm in Community Room 2 of St. Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital, 620 Byron Road, Howell. Park in the rear west parking lot and enter through the west entrance canopy. The speaker is Denise Vanattan from MSU Neurology. She will give an overview of PD and the various medical interventions. After the formal presentation, an open discussion will take place. For more information, contact Dr. Stuart Blatt at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 810-923-8970.
Wed May 29
A Stroll On The Patio
Stillwater Grill-Brighton is celebrating The Arc Livingston and their work advocating for people with disabilities and their families in our community. Join us on the gorgeous Stillwater patio and enjoy a strolling dinner with amazing appetizers, entrees, dessert and wine. Tickets are just $40. There will even be entertainment and an exciting silent auction. Register online today.
Presented by the Fowlerville Police Department in cooperation with Fowlerville UB Church and numerous agencies - Learn local trends, new laws and family resources for prevention and recovery from Substance Use Disorders. Local speakers and representatives from supporting agencies will be on hand to answer questions and offer resources. Free
Thu May 30
Bicycle Types, Tips & Tricks
Learn from what type of bike is best for you. Learn basic bicycle safety, along with simple repairs and maintenance. Discover the best places to ride in Michigan. Bring your questions on May 30th, the class will be held at Pathfinder School 6pm-7:30pm. Fee: $15 or $25 per family. Register at pinckneyonline.org or call Pinckney Community Education at 810-225-3950
Thu May 30
Volunteers Needed Grand Equestrians
Volunteers needed for the Livingston County 4H Grand Equestrians Therapeutic Riding Program. Orientation: May 30, 6:30 p.m. Classes start Tuesday June 4th and are Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6:00, 7:00 and 8:00 through July 18th. No horse experience required. (no classes week of July 4th). Classes are held at Wylie Farm, 5450 Emmons Road, Fowlerville. Grand River to Emmons Road (just West of Burkhart Rd.) Turn Southwest on Emmons, cross RR tracks. Farm on right. More info: email@example.com
Fri May 31
Opera House Bourbon Tasting
Opera House Bourbon in the Howell Opera House will take place May 31st. A blind tasting, six bourbons to see if you can tell the high end from the low. You may just find your new favorite pour. Admission is $50 per person which includes 6 pours and complementary food pairings. This event will be held on the second floor of the historic Howell Opera House; seating is limited & advance registration is required. Reserve your spot by visiting www.howelloperahouse.com or calling 517-540-0065.
Fri May 31
Trash to Treasure
A Trash to Treasure Sale will be held May 31st & June 1st from 9am-4pm both days. Shop household item, toys, small appliances, crafting supplies and much more. No clothing or electronics. Pinckney Community Congregational Church
125 E Unadilla, in Pinckney.
Fri May 31
Antique Gas Engine & Tractor Show
28th Annual Antique Gas Engine & Tractor Show at the Fowlerville Family Fairgrounds is May 31st-June2nd Includes tractor pulls, oil raffle, food vendors, flea market, kids pedal pull, and more. Entry $5 per vehicle. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Fri May 31
Reach Out Barn
The Reach Out Barn (Helping Others Through Resale) located at the Oak Grove United Methodist Church, 6686 Oak Grove Rd, Howell (5 miles north of M-59). Barn Hours: Mondays & Thursdays from 4:30-7:30pm & on Wednesdays & Saturdays from 10am–1pm. (closed on holidays & in extreme weather). Clean and gently used donations are appreciated. WE DO NOT ACCEPT TVs, ELECTRONICS OR LARGE FURNITURE/APPLIANCES. Come see what they have to offer. Proceeds from the Reach Out Barn help residents in need in Livingston County through Love INC. Questions? Please call the church office at 517-546-3942.
Sat Jun 1
Run for the Impact
Run for the Impact is a family friendly wooded/field course 5K and 1 mile run/walk. Entry fee includes a t-shirt, fantastic goody bag and 5K medals for first three best times for male/female in 13 age divisions with overall M/F and Great Grand Masters M/F. The event is on the grounds surrounding the Family Impact Wellness Center, 9430 W. Grand River Ave. Fowlerville. Park in the front lot of United Brethren Church, just East of Wellness Center. All proceeds go to the Fowlerville Family Impact Centers. Children under 5 ecan enjoy face painting, crafts, games, DJ/music, and snacks.
Saturday, June 1st, shop at the Howell Carnegie District Library used book sale from 10am-4pm in the Friends of the Library Book Room on the Lower Level. All books in very good condition, priced from 25 cents to $1.
Sat Jun 1
How Michigan Women Won the Vote
The Brighton Area Historical Society will have the traveling exhibit of how Michigan Women Won the Vote - this is the 100 year anniversary of getting the vote. Available from June - August 2019 at Cobach Center in downtown Brighton.
Sat Jun 1
14th Annual Philip C. Lamka Golf Outing
Help celebrate The FACES Foundation, this year the outing is at 10am, Saturday, June 1st, at Dunham Hills Golf Club in Hartland. You probably know someone whose premature baby had respiratory issues; or someone with Asthma, Blood Clots, Cystic Fibrosis, Lung Cancer, Pneumonia or COPD. Help FACES provide resources and support to the network of respiratory therapists around the country.
Sat Jun 1
CAP Kids' Fair
The CAP Kids' Fair is Saturday & Sunday, June 1st & 2nd,
10am–5pm. The fair will during Art in the Park in downtown Pinckney. Look for the CAP Kids’ Fair tent. FREE activities include: arts & crafts projects, ice cream (while supplies last), pirate preasure hunt w/great raffle prizes, a
book for each child (while supplies last) & info for parents on child safety.
Sat Jun 1
Live Window Display Charity Event
Saturday, June 1st, join them from 11am-2pm at Academy of Dance, 101 Brookside Lane Suite E in Brighton. This Year they are raising money for the Great Lakes Burn Camp for kids. Two teams of students will compete to earn the most money for this charity by being the best live manikin they can be. Come out and see these amazing dancers stand still and pose for a great cause. Free 15min Dance Class Demonstrations every half hour. Raffle drawing for new students to get a free summer class.
Sat Jun 1
Chill at the Mill Open House
Be a part of the excitement at the Open House for the Chill at the Mill play space on June 1st, from 10am to 2pm on the vacant land between the Highland Township Library parking lot and M59. Highland’s “Out of the Box” play space will be highlighted with a full size project layout, giant lawn games, special events and lots of family fun
Sun Jun 2
Howell Auxilary Breakfast
Howell Auxilary breakfast is June 2nd, from 9am-noon. Omelettes, eggs made to order, biscuits and gravy, French toast, sausage and bacon, all you can eat for $7. 141 Schroeder park drive, Howell.
Sun Jun 2
Country Style Breakfast
On Sunday, June 2nd, St Mary Men’s Club in Pinckney is sponsoring the monthly Country Style Breakfast, at the Parish located on Dexter Pinckney Road. Breakfast is served 8:30-11am and is a free-will donation. Proceeds support the St Mary Youth Group. Multi-chance raffles and Spring themed give-a-ways, courtesy of Big Acre add to the fun. For further information call Heather at Parish Office 734-878-3161.
Mon Jun 3
Casual Quilters of Brighton
Casual Quilters of Brighton meeting will be held at St. Pat's Catholic Church in Brighton at 7pm. The guest speaker/presenter is a Laura Heine certified instructor. There will be a trunk show and lecture.
Tue Jun 4
When someone shows signs of dementia,it’s time to talk. Often, conversations with family about changing behaviors can be challenging and uncomfortable. This program offers tips on how to have honest and caring conversations to address some of the most common issues. June 4, 4:30pm, at Be Our Guest Adult Day
2020 E Grand River, Suite 103, Howell 48843. Register by calling 800-272-3900.
Thu Jun 6
Parish Rummage Sale
Parish Rummage Sale June 6th-8th from 8am-5pm. The sale will be held by Church of the Holy Spirit, 3700 Harvey Lake Road, Highland. All Proceeds fund Parish Youth Events.
Fri Jun 7
Howell Education Foundation's 15th Annual Golf Outing
Howell Education Foundation's 15th Annual Golf Outing is June 7th. The event will be held at Chemung Hills Golf Club in Howell, and will feature a 4-person scramble, breakfast, lunch at the turn, and an awards reception following golf. Registration and breakfast will begin at 8am, with shotgun start at 9am. Cost is: $75 per person, $300 for 4 person team.
Brighton Lions will host an all you can eat”, Spaghetti/Coney Dog Dinner, Friday June 7th, at their Community Den, downtown Brighton, Main Street from 4pm-7pm. Dinner will include spaghetti with sauce and/or Coney Dogs, tossed salad, garlic toast, dessert and drink. Children 6-12: $3, Adults: $7, seniors: $6, and Children 5 and under are FREE (with paid adult). All proceeds will benefit the Brighton Lions Club and Community Den, with their many local, state, and international projects. For further information contact: 734-260-5539 or 734-320-5030.
Sat Jun 8
Friends of Vets 4th Car/Bike Show
4th Annual Car/Bike Show & Blessing of the Bikes is June 8th at the American Spirit Centre in Brighton. Breakfast, drawings and lots of music.
Sat Jun 8
Woman to Woman Sale
The Woman2Woman sale is a gathering of women in and around the community with intention on helping each other earn a little extra money by selling their great condition “pre-owned” items i.e. clothing, Jewelry, purses etc..as well as things they make and create themselves. The sale is at Mt. Brighton, Saturday, June 8th from 10-4. Contact Suzanne at 517-672-8272 for table rental info.
Sat Jun 8
Flip N Flop Fishing Tournament
Celebrate Michigan’s Free Fishing Day on the shores of Thompson Lake. This catch-and-release, family-friendly event includes a pancake breakfast, fishing bait, and great prizes for kids 2-15 for the biggest fish caught that morning. All fishing licenses will be waived for residents who would like to fish off of the beach and cemetery shores at Thompson Lake. The park admission fee will be waived if you enter before 10am. Don’t forget your fishing pole. T-shirts will be given to all registrants who sign up by Friday, May 31st. Registrations will be taken in advance or on-site.
Sat Jun 8
Brighton Optimist Club's annual Kids Fishing Derby
The Brighton Optimist Club's annual Kids Fishing Derby, is Saturday, June 8th at the Brighton Millpond. Registration begins at 7:30am. There will be many activities, including the Howell Nature Bus hands on experience, trophies and pizza at 11:15.
Sat Jun 8
Free Princess Tea
Calling All Princesses and Their Handmaidens (parents or guardians)to a free Royal Princess Tea Party, Saturday, June 8th, at Hardy United Methodist Church, 6510 East Highland Rd (m-59), 10 am-noon. Seating is reserved for attending Princesses however; standing room and refreshments will be provided for their Handmaidens. Please RSVP to 248-505-8824 or the church office at 5175461122, seating is limited so please don’t delay.
Sat Jun 8
The Annual Charity 15 Benefit
Howell Warthogs M/C a 501c3 charity group made up of active/retired first responders, are having a charity event on June 8th. Registration is at 2pm. A ride will be scheduled to the Hamburg Pub at 3pm. (rain or shine/bike or car are welcome) Food will be served at 6pm at New Hudson Inn. Entertainment at 7pm. Cost is $20 per person. (All proceeds to benefit first responders and family during their time of need.) Food provided, cash bar, raffle, 50/50 & entertainment.
Sat Jun 8
Livingston County Community Alliance Charity Golf Outing
Livingston County Community Alliance 3rd Annual Charity Golf Outing is Saturday June 8th. The event will be held at Whispering Pines Golf Club in Pinckney. Lunch at the turn silent auction and dinner immediately following golf. Plus contest and prizes. Visit the website to get registration information.
Sun Jun 9
175th Anniversary St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
175th Anniversary Celebration of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Hamburg, will be held on Sunday, June 9th, from noon-4pm in the Church yard. Food will be available for purchase at $5 per plate (ages 5 and under are freeE) each plate will include your choice of either a BBQ Beef or BBQ Chicken sandwich, baked beans and coleslaw. Games for the adults, a bounce house for the kids, and much, much more. Everyone is welcome. Visit the Facebook Page for more information at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Hamburg or call 810-231-3220.
Mon Jun 10
Charity Golf Classic
The 2019 Annual Charity Golf Classic benefiting The Arc Livingston, Special Olympics Area 27 and Friends of Area 27 Special Olympics, is June10th at Lakelands Golf and Country Club. Golfers will receive a continental breakfast and grilled lunch. Following a successful round of golf participants will gather for a delicious meal, auction, raffle and awards ceremony.
Brighton Classic is Monday, June 10th at 10am at the Golf Club at Mt. Brighton. The outing will benefit the Alzheimer's Association and Cornerstone Christian School. To register for the event, please visit www.brightonclassic.com or call the 810-522-5650.
Fri Jun 14
First United Methodist Church UMW annual Rummage & Bake sale to raise funds for local & global missions is 9am-6pm on Friday, June 14th and 9am–noon on Saturday, June 15th. Entry at the rear of the church. 400 E. Grand River Ave, Brighton.
Sat Jun 15
St. Joseph School & Parish 14th Annual Golf Outing
St. Joseph Annual Golf Outing will be held at Chemung Hills Golf Club. Registration is at 8am, shotgun start at 9am. Cost per golfer is $100 due by June 1st, dinner Only $30 per guest. They also have many sponsorship opportunities, for more information please contact Renee Hornby at 517-546-0090 x203.
Mon Jun 17
Drive Out Child Abuse Celebrity Golf Scramble
Mix and mingle with pro-sports celebrities while you help prevent child abuse in Livingston County. Play in LACASA Center's "Drive Out Child Abuse" Celebrity Golf Scramble. Your team is named for a child at LACASA and plays for that child. This event features 18-holes, cart, lunch, beverage tickets, contests, prizes, and awards banquet. Shotgun start is 9am at Lakelands Golf and Country Club, Brighton. The scramble sells out annually; please register early. Cost is $125 per person. Learn more online.
Flea Market, Rummage Sale at First United Methodist Church, 9318 Main, Whitmore Lake, 9am-2pm. Space rental/info: call: 248-573-7613.
Wed Jun 19
Caregiver Support Group – Dementia Specific
The Caregiver Support Group meets at Be Our Guest Adult Day Center (a program of Livingston Cty. Catholic Charities), 2020 E. Grand River #103, Howell on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 4:30pm–6pm. Join them to learn the latest techniques to care and support your loved one suffering with dementia and related diseases as well as tips on how to care for yourself and grow your support system. With prior notice, they also offer care for your loved one while you attend. Please call Suzi or Katie at 517-546-9910 for information or to notify staff your loved one will be in attendance.
Thu Jun 20
Families Against Narcotics Meeting
FAN or Families Against Narcotics meet the 3rd Thursday of every month from 6:30-8:30pm, at New Hudson United Methodist Church, on Grand River. If you or a family member is suffering with addiction, this is a great forum to get/give support and get information and resources. Call 248-880-8429 or find them on Facebook @ Southwest Oakland & Livingston County FAN.
Thu Jun 20
Livingston County Republican Party's Lincoln Day Dinner
Annual Lincoln Day Dinner to hear Dinesh D'Souza, New York Times bestselling author, award-winning filmmaker, and political commentator. The dinner will take place on Thursday, June 20th at Crystal Gardens in Howell. Dinner will start at 7pm with a VIP reception from 5:30pm-6:30pm. Dinner tickets are $60 per person; VIP tickets are $150 per person and include dinner. For tickets and additional information, please visit the website or email Info@LivingstonRepublicans.com.
Fri Jun 21
Military Golf Outing
Established in 2015, the 156 Expeditionary Signal Battalion is the newest and most technologically advanced battalion within the Michigan Army National Guard. All money raised will be put into the support fund, which is available to assist Soldiers and their families in times of hardship. $240 Per team 18 holes with cart, lunch at turn, dinner after, silent auction, door prizes, chance to win new car. Event will be held at Chemung Hills Golf Course in Howell on June 21st. Please contact Aaron Root email@example.com or (517) 643-0668 for donor, sponsor and Non-Profit Organization 501(c) information.
Sat Jun 22
Hardy United Methodist Church, located at 6510 E. Highland Rd. Howell, is hosting a chicken BBQ. It is Saturday, June 22nd from 4:30-7pm. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for children 12 and under. Adult meal is 1/2 chicken, potato salad, baked beans, beverage, and piece of pie. Reservations are recommended-contact church at 517-546-1122.
Sat Jun 22
Dexter Historical Society Gordon Hall Days
Dexter Historical Society Gordon Hall Days are June 22nd and Sunday June 23rd. The event offers great food, toe-tapping music, dance contests, celebrity guests, and Gordon Hall tours and once again host George Bedard and the Kingpins. See dexterhistory.org or call 734-972-9556 for tickets and information.
Tue Jun 25
A Self-Determined Life: Circles of Support
A Self-Determined Life: Circles of Support-The first of six workshops for individuals with developmental disabilities and the people that support them, hosted by The Arc Livingston. Learn the importance of Person Centered Planning and Circles of Support in developing plans of service that lead to people with developmental disabilities living their best lives. Presented by Patricia Carver, community advocate and director of Community Drive.
Join the Recycled Rockettes as they dance their way through Broadway, June 26th at 1:30pm & June 27th at 7:30pm.
Located at the Hartland Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. For more details visit the website.
Attention all cyclists: The Howell Rotary Club holds its on Sunday, June 30th at 6:45am. Riders meet in downtown Howell at the historic Livingston County Courthouse lawn and ride to the Michigan Challenge Balloonfest to watch the morning balloon fly-in. All participants will receive a commemorative Tour de Livingston water bottle.
Thu Jul 4
Brighton Lions will host an all you can eat Pancake Breakfast, Thursday, July 4th, at their Community Den, downtown Brighton, Main Street 7:30am-10:30am. Breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, and drink. Children under 12: $3, Adults: $5, Seniors: $4. Join them before the parade, for further information contact: 734-260-5539 or 734-320-5030.
Sun Jul 7
Howell Independence Aquathlon & Open Water Swim
The Howell Independence Aquathlon is a unique, multi-sport event which includes a 2k Run, a 750m swim and a final 2k Run. The run takes place through the Howell City Park and beautiful Lakeview Cemetery. The swim takes place in Thompson Lake off of Howell City Park. We also have a one-mile Open Water Swim. The all-inclusive price allows you to participate in both events, or choose one. Deadline to register and be guaranteed a t-shirt is June 23rd.
LACASA's Garden Tour is Saturday & Sunday, July 13th & 14th,
9am-4pm daily. Exceptional gardeners open their yards each July to share their love of fauna and flora with wandering visitors. Stroll primitive, formal and eclectic landscapes and chat with the homeowners about their gardening philosophies. Join the Stargazer Scavenger Hunt or enter our Blooming Raffle to win great prizes. Tickets go on sale in early June for this annual event. All proceeds help victims of children abuse and interpersonal violence from our community.
St. John Catholic Church Car Show on N. Hacker Road in Howell, is from 9am-3pm. Show car entry fee: $20. General Admission is $5/car. Live music by the Fast Eddie Band, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, awards, food & fun.For more info visit the website or call the Parish office at 517-546-7200.