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Thu Apr 25 Spring Music Concert

The Hartland Senior Center is hosting their annual Spring Music Concert with an afternoon full of delightful tunes. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. The show is at 1:00 pm

Thu Apr 25 Cruise To Brighton

Bring your classic car, your custom car, your hot rod or your bike to Cruise to Brighton at FlexTech High School (Behind Brighton Ford). Cruise to Brighton will take place every Thursday evening from 5:00 - 7:00 starting April 25th. Each week a different ride will win 'Pick of the Week'. There will also be awards for best period dress. Meet some new friends and meet up with some old friends at Cruise to Brighton.

Thu Apr 25 Arise & Shine Women's Empowerment Brunch

Livingston County Habitat for Humanity is proud to announce our annual "Arise & Shine" women's event on April 25, 2024, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, at Hidden Spring Church located at: 5860 N. Latson Rd., Howell, MI 48855. You can expect an amazing experience at our half-day conference with food, fun, and connections. We will kick off the event with 3 excellent speakers as you enjoy an elegant & delicious brunch. We will be honoring the "Shining Women" in our community as well as providing an opportunity to donate items for the "Movers for Moms" campaign hosted by Two Men & A Truck. All collected items will go to LACASA. So what are you waiting for? Register today, limited seating. So secure your seat, table, and sponsorship today. And experience a "Bold, Brilliant, Beautiful" experience as we "Celebrate Women with Strength and Grace." To purchase a ticket or get more information visit our website www.livingstonhabitat.org Contact April at Development@livingstonhabitat.org or 810-220-9986 ext 114

Fri Apr 26 Pokémon Club

Mom’s Basement Games game shop’s Pokémon Club meets every Friday in downtown Howell from 6-10pm for kids in grades 4-10. Drop off your child & go out for the night while they nerd out with friends, eat pizza, play games, and win cool prizes! All skill levels are welcome! We have a full schedule of Pokemon-themed activities for your child. Come every week or drop in when you can! $35 Entry includes booster pack, pizza dinner, and prizes! Learn more here: https://momsbasementgames.com/pages/pokemon-club 517-579-2158. 1129 E Grand River Avenue Howell MI 48843

Fri Apr 26 LCWCC's Fish Fry Buffet

The Livingston County Wildlife & Conservation Club’s All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry Includes: Fish (Beer Batter, Lemon Pepper, Cajun & Baked), Hush Puppies, Mac & Cheese, French Fries, Green Beans, Coleslaw, Rolls, Homemade Desserts, Coffee, Iced Tea & Lemonade Serving 4:30 to 7:00 pm Adults: $15, Seniors $14, Members $13, Kids 6 & Older $7.00, Kids 5 & Under Free Carry outs $13.00 (12 oz Beer Batter Fish, Mac & Cheese, Slaw & Fries) 6060 E. M36, Whitmore Lake, MI 48189 (810) 231-1811

Fri Apr 26 Color Run 5K Bob Ross Run

Kensington Woods in Lakeland, MI, will be running a 5k along the Mike Levine Lakeland Trail on Friday, April 26th, starting at 10:45am. We call it the Bob Ross 5k Color "Run for the Trees" and its purpose is to raise awareness and support for Michigan State Parks and tree planting.

Fri Apr 26 24th City of South Lyon “Arbor Day” Event

You are invited: From 4:30pm to 5:00pm at McHattie Park Historical Village, 300 Dorothy Street, South Lyon. We will meet at the Freight House and Witch’s Hat Depot behind the Train Caboose, where a “Sunset Maple Tree” will be planted by Mayor Steve Kennedy who is officiating in honor of Arbor Day to receive the 24th year of the “Tree City-USA” designation. Helping Mayor Kennedy plant the tree will be South Lyon Brownie Troop 77575. The Brownies’ will receive a Girl Scout “Tree Promise” Badge. Sponsored by the City of South Lyon Department of Public Works. Please call 248-437-4942 for further information.

Fri Apr 26 Spring Rummage Sale

The United Methodist Women of the First United Methodist Church of Howell will have their apring rummage sale at the church on Friday, April 26 from 10:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. and Saturday,April7 2 from 9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Clothing sold by the bag. All priced items half off on Saturday. The church is located at 1230 Bower Street in Howell, across from Northwest Elementary School.

Fri Apr 26 Mary Poppins Presented By Hartland HS Drama Club

Come on over to Cherry Tree Lane (10635 Dunham Rd Hartland) and watch this practically perfect production of Mary Poppins presented by Hartland High School Drama Club. April 19,20,27 7:30PM/ April 21,28 2:30PM. Tickets:www.hartlanddramaclub.org In advance: $14 students/seniors, $16 Adults.

Sat Apr 27 Spring Arts & Crafts Show - St. Mary School Pinckney

Join us for the St. Mary School Spring Arts & Crafts Show to be held on April 27th, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. located at 10601 Dexter-Pinckney Rd. in Pinckney. Admission is a free will donation. Shop 50+ vendors booth featuring Crafters, Fine Arts, Specialty Wares, Home Direct Sales Businesses, Spring & Summer Home & Garden Décor, Specialty Gift items for Mother’s & Father’s Day, Graduations and so much more. There will also be Bake sale and Concessions items available for purchase. Exhibitor registration is $30.00 per table space. For more details and information please email ptcnews@stmarypinckney.org or call St. Mary School Office at 734-878-5616

Sat Apr 27 Mary Poppins Presented By Hartland HS Drama Club

Come on over to Cherry Tree Lane (10635 Dunham Rd Hartland) and watch this practically perfect production of Mary Poppins presented by Hartland High School Drama Club. April 19,20,27 7:30PM/ April 21,28 2:30PM. Tickets:www.hartlanddramaclub.org In advance: $14 students/seniors, $16 Adults.

Sat Apr 27 Stars, Stripes & Smiles Fundraiser

VINA Community Dental Center presents the Stars, Stripes, and Smiles spring fundraising event! It will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2024, from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm at the American Spirit Centre in Brighton, MI. VINA provides affordable dental care for people in need and free dental care for veterans in need. Don’t miss out on music, dinner, dancing, raffles, wine/beer pulls and more! Tickets are $60 per person. Visit https://smiles.cbo.io to purchase tickets and sponsorships and to learn more. The Corvette Raffle winner will also be announced at the event, although you do not need to be present to win. Enter the VINA Corvette Raffle now for the chance to win a 2024 Corvette at corvette.cbo.io.

Sat Apr 27 Whitmore Lake High School Trap Team Fundraiser

Support our kids by attending this great cause. Where: Whitmore Lake Rod & Gun Club Address: 11150 Lemen Rd., Whitmore Lake, Mi Date: 27-April Time: 1pm Food, 50 - 50 Raffle. Come meet the kids and their families. Kids will be on the trap range at 12. Come early to watch! Don't forget ear protection if you do.

Sat Apr 27 Performing Arts Dance Theater - Spirit

Come see the award-winning Performing Arts Dance Theater of Howell, Saturday, April 27 at 7:30pm and Sunday, April 28 at 1:00pm at the Rod Bushey Performing Arts Center (Howell High School). Tickets are $18 at the door or available for purchase at Glenns School of Dance during normal business hours.

Sat Apr 27 Shoe Collection Drive Thru Fundraiser

The Fowlerville Fair Ag Society is collecting all kinds of gently used and new shoes: sneakers, boots, dress shoes, work boots, casual shoes, sandals and athletic shoes. Shoes collected will be turned into money that will be used to secure new animal pens at the fairgrounds for youth exhibitors. Your shoe donation not only provides funds towards the new pens, but you are also cutting down on landfill space needed, while also providing a business opportunity for the underserved in other countries. The shoes donated will be given to families across the world to be used to start their own businesses and get much needed shoes to their communities. You can drop your donations off at the Fowlerville Fairgrounds on April 27 during the drive thru drop off between 10 am and 2pm or at any of the locations listed below. Fowlerville Fairgrounds, 8800 Grand River Avenue, Fowlerville Fowlerville District Library, 130 S Grand Ave, Fowlerville Fowlerville Fire Department, 9110 W Grand River Ave, Fowlerville Fowlerville Police Department, 213 S Grand Ave, Fowlerville Katie Pikkarainen - State Farm Insurance Office, 215 E Grand River Ave, Fowlerville Livingston Educational Service Agency, 1425 W Grand River Avenue, Howell Mugg & Bopps, 7999 W Mason Road, Fowlerville (Countryway) Mugg & Bopps, 6801 Oak Grove Road, Howell Mugg & Bopps, 1600 Pinckney Road, Howell Mugg & Bopps, 11055 Highland Road, Hartland Rural King, 10400 Highland Road, Hartland

Sat Apr 27 Livingston Alano Club Craft Show & Plant Exchange

9AM- 2pm Saturday April 27th 2024 5754 Whitmore Lake Road, Brighton, MI 48116 (old US 23 - south of Grand River - by Kroger) (810) 229-8110 Questions about booth – 517-540-9613 https://www.facebook.com/AlanoClubLivingstonCounty https://livcoalano.org

Sat Apr 27 Opera Art Live At The Opera House

Spend an evening strolling through both floors of the Historic Opera House for 7th Annual Opera Art Live, enjoying drinks from our cash bar and complimentary hors d’oeuvres & desserts while observing artists creating art LIVE on location. The night will end with a silent auction of the artwork followed by an Artist Afterglow. Doors open at 5:30 pm and Artists will begin creating their masterpieces at 6:00 pm! At 8:30 pm the artists will cease working, at which time the guests can place their final bids for their favorite piece The bid sheets and art work will then be picked up and all moved to the main level and be set up on tables to find out who won the winning bid for the night. During this time we ask everyone to join our Artist for cocktails and conversation during the Artist Afterglow. Tickets on sale now at www.howelloperahouse.com or by calling 517-540-0065 or you may make your purchase at the door the night of the event.

Sun Apr 28 Livingston County Chorale Spring Concert

The Livingston County Chrorale invites you to the concert ‘I Dream A World’. A concert of spring themed music of rebirth and love. The Chorale welcomes the Carolyn Mawby Choir (from Flint) and the Livingston County Youth Choir to share our celebration in song! The concert will be held at the Brighton First Presbyterian Church, 300 E. Grand River, Brighton on Sunday April 28, 2024 at 4:00PM. Tickets can be purchased at the door and at our website: HTTPS://livingstoncountychoirs.com and are $15 general admission with children under age12 are no charge.

Sun Apr 28 Blessing Of The Bikes

Welcoming Bikes of all kinds, Riders of all ages! Luncheon provided, freewill donation. Kids crafts. Bike safety information. Plainfield Methodist Church, 17845 M-36, Gregory MI 48137. 1 pm-?

Sun Apr 28 Livingston County Chorale Concert

The Livingston County Chorale presents "Dream A World" concert 4:00 PM at the First Presbyterian Church 300 Gr. River Brighton. Joining the chorale will be the Mawby Choir from Flint and the LCC Youth Choir. Tickets $15 general admission, children under 12-no charge. Tickets online at livingstoncountychoirs.com or at the door

Sun Apr 28 Mary Poppins Presented By Hartland HS Drama Club

Come on over to Cherry Tree Lane (10635 Dunham Rd Hartland) and watch this practically perfect production of Mary Poppins presented by Hartland High School Drama Club. April 19,20,27 7:30PM/ April 21,28 2:30PM. Tickets:www.hartlanddramaclub.org In advance: $14 students/seniors, $16 Adults.

Mon Apr 29 StoryWalk Kick-Off at Oceola Township Hall

Join us from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m. on Monday, April 29 as we celebrate the opening of Great Start Livingston's first StoryWalk installation in Livingston County at Oceola Township Hall! Stop by to read the story and get a FREE book and snack, while supplies last. Miss Jen Ryan from the Howell Carnegie District Library and Officer Greg Thompson from Talking is Teaching Livingston will be there. A StoryWalk® is a literacy-boosting project that places an illustrated children’s book along a walking route and encourages physical activity. This StoryWalk will feature the story "One-Dog Canoe" by Mary Casanova. Thank you to our community partners, Howell Recreation and Oceola Township Hall for making this possible. Stay tuned for more StoryWalks coming soon!

Tue Apr 30 Big Red Barrel/Unused Medication & Needle Disposal

Big Red Barrel/Unused Medication & Needle Disposal at Chem-Trends McPherson Park Facility. The Big Red Barrel will be at Chem-Trend Tuesday April 30, 2024 from 1 pm to 4 pm to collect unused medications and used needles. Chem-Trends McPerson Park facility is located at is located at 1445 McPherson Park Drive in Howell. This is a free service. No questions asked. Put pills in a zip lock container, they can be mixed together. We prefer not to have the medicine container. Keep liquid medications separate. Dump into a zip lock bag with enough paper towel to soak up the liquid. Needles must be the proper disposal container, either purchased from a pharmacy or use a plastic laundry detergent bottle. Reseal the bottle and tape it. Do your part to keep medications from being abused. Do not flush unused medication. The Big Red Barrel Project is part of Livingston County Community Alliance.

Tue Apr 30 LFAA Art Supply Garage Sale

The Livingston Fine Art Association presents the LFAA Art Supply Garage Sale at the Cleary University Commons Building, Parking lot C off Cleary Drive, Howell, MI Various left-over art supplies will be available as well as a few pieces of art. This is a great source of very low cost supplies. Come and stock up for your next project. All sales will be cash only. For more informations visit https://lfaaofmi.com or find us on facebook. Call 517 546-1027

Wed May 1 Caregiver Support Group – Dementia Specific

Are you caring for a loved one with dementia or other memory related disease? Until we can meet again in person, we are continuing our monthly caregiver support group via Zoom. Connect with others who are on the same journey; learn valuable tools to help you navigate the changes that occur in the disease and more. Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 5:00-6:00 PM. Register in advance by emailing Monica@LivingstonCC.org. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Thu May 2 Cromaine Library Book And Bake Sale

Thursday May 2, Friday May 3, Saturday May 4 10 am -4 pm Saturday May 4 is bag sale all day fill a brown bag for $5 Sunday May 5 FREE Day take as many books as you want left from the sale. Bring lots of bags and boxes. Cromaine Library is located at 3688 N. Hartland Road in Hartland Call (810) 632-5200 or www.Cromaine.org If interested we are looking for bakers and helpers for book sale Call the library and leave your name and number we will contact you.

Thu May 2 Let's Laugh By The Lake

Join us for this comedy fundraiser for the Whitmore Lake Chamber at Captain Joe's Grill on May 2 at 6 pm. Event includes show with two comedians - host and feature comedian Chris Young and headliner Jonathon LaChance with his Laugh Magic Live performance. Also, dinner buffet, gift basket drawings and 50/50. $60/ticket, sponsorships available. For more information, michellet@brightoncoc.org and https://business.brightoncoc.org/events/details/let-s-laugh-by-the-lake-a-comedy-fundraiser-for-the-whitmore-lake-chamber-44287

Thu May 2 Livingston County Genealogical Society Meeting

The Livingston County Genealogical Society will meet Thursday, May 2nd at 7pm. The program will be a recorded Library of Michigan Program by Adam Oster and Matt Pacer on the "Using the Fold3 Library Edition". A link to this virtual meeting may be found on our Facebook page for the Livingston County Genealogical Society a few days before the May 2nd meeting. All are welcome. Please watch for announcements on our Facebook page; there may be an option to attend in person.

Fri May 3 Pokémon Club

Mom’s Basement Games game shop’s Pokémon Club meets every Friday in downtown Howell from 6-10pm for kids in grades 4-10. Drop off your child & go out for the night while they nerd out with friends, eat pizza, play games, and win cool prizes! All skill levels are welcome! We have a full schedule of Pokemon-themed activities for your child. Come every week or drop in when you can! $35 Entry includes booster pack, pizza dinner, and prizes! Learn more here: https://momsbasementgames.com/pages/pokemon-club 517-579-2158. 1129 E Grand River Avenue Howell MI 48843

Fri May 3 LCWCC'S Chicken & Rib Buffet

The Livingston County Wildlife & Conservation Club’s all you can eat Chicken & Rib Buffet includes: BBQ Ribs & Chicken, Oven Fried Chicken, Macaroni & Cheese, French Fries, Vegetable, Cole Slaw, Bread & Butter, Homemade Desserts, Coffee, Lemonade and Ice Tea. Serving 4:30 to 7:00 pm Adults: $15, Seniors $14, Members $13, Kids 6 & Older $7.00, Kids 5 & Under Free Carry outs $13.00 6060 E. M36, Whitmore Lake, MI 48189 (810) 231-1811

Fri May 3 Rummage & Bake Sale

Oak Grove United Methodist Church is having a RUMMAGE AND BAKE SALE ~ Friday, May 3, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday, May 4, 9 a.m. – noon. Come shop for clothing, books, household items and so much more! Don’t miss out on the bargains! Be sure to visit our Bake Sale and take home some goodies! Oak Grove United Methodist, 6686 Oak Grove Road, Howell (5 miles north of M-59).

Sat May 4 Kentucky Derby Party

Place yours bets, grab your fancy hats, dress in your best derby attire and join us for the biggest most exciting horse racing day of the year!! American Legion Auxiliary Unit 141 invites you to attend our first annual Kentucky Derby party! Contest for Best Hat & Best Dressed Gent! Derby inspired food specials, along with Bourbon and drink specials! Bets start noon!

Sat May 4 51st Fowlerville Swap Meet

REGISTRATION IS OPEN FOR THE 51st GLR FOWLERVILLE SWAP MEET! Cars & parts, literature, tools, arts & crafts, antiques and household/furniture. Clean out that garage/barn! Over 300 spaces available (subject to ground conditions, we reserve the right to move your space if wet conditions require). Camping available onsite (reserve your spot directly with fairgrounds). Breakfast & lunch are available onsite. Expected attendance 1500-2000 people. Early registration runs through MAY 2 for $30 per 15'x30' outside space. Registrations received on May 3 or 4 and at gate are $40 per space. Car sale corral $20 per car. General admission is only $5 and FREE PARKING. No vendor admission on Friday, May 3 until 4pm. Set-up Saturday morning 7am. General public gate opens at 8am. Sorry, no dogs except service animals. Vendors and attendees are responsible for any damage to fairgrounds property or grass. For questions, call Doug at 419-769-1890, Wilma at 419-212-2195 or John at 419-350-3666. For a registration form, email us at vmccabrightonmi@gmail.com to have a PDF emailed or mailed to you. You can also register using a credit card via PayPal at our website - tinyurl.com/GLRFowlerville.

Sat May 4 Big Red Barrel/Unused Medication & Needle Disposal

The Big Red Barrel will be at Recycle Livingston Saturday May 4, 2024 from 9 am to 1 am to collect unused medications and used needles. Recycle Livingston is located at 170 Catrell Drive in Howell. This is a free service. No questions asked. Put pills in a zip lock container, they can be mixed together. We prefer not to have the medicine container. Keep liquid medications separate. Dump into a zip lock bag with enough paper towel to soak up the liquid. Needles must be the proper disposal container, either purchased from a pharmacy or use a plastic laundry detergent bottle. Reseal the bottle and tape it. Do your part to keep medications from being abused. Do not flush unused medication. The Big Red Barrel Project is part of Livingston County Community Alliance.

Sat May 4 No Minds Left Behind 5k Walk & Run

Event hosted by Genesis House on May 4th 2024 at Zukey Lake Tavern in Hamburg Township from 10am to 2pm.

Sat May 4 Howell Eagles Auxiliary Craft/Bake Sale

Howell Eagles Auxiliary Craft & Bake Sale. May 4th 11am to 5pm. 141 Schroeder Park Drive, Howell MI 48843

Sat May 4 LCAR 22nd Annual Food & Fund Drive For Gleaners

Please bring your food and/or monetary donations to one of the following locations from 9:30am-12pm: Kroger, Brighton, Hartland, Howell Jonna's Market, Howell locations M-59 & Michigan Ave, Chilson Rd VG's Food Center, Howell

Sat May 4 May The 4th Be With You Nature Experience

Journey to a distant galaxy and join fellow enthusiasts for an unforgettable Star Wars nature experience! Don your favorite character’s attire and immerse yourself in the universe we all adore. - Craft Your Destiny: Construct your own lightsaber and prepare for Jedi training, a path to mastering the Force. - Encounters of the Furry Kind: Explore the Wildlife Park to spot elusive Ewoks and befriend curious Droids. - Galactic Voyage: Conclude your adventure by ziplining across the stars, a thrilling ride through our cosmic course. PLEASE ARRIVE AT 5:30 P.M. SHARP! Ticket Information: Members: $10 (Adult), $8 (Child) Non-Members: $12 (Adult), $10 (Child) Special Attraction: Enhance your experience with a Glow Zip Ride, available for an additional $10.00 Details: Age: Open to all, from Padawans to Jedi Masters. Location: Meet us at Pineview for an interstellar gathering. Registration: Secure your spot in the galaxy. Pre-registration is mandatory. Join us for a day where fantasy becomes reality, and the Force is with us all! Learn more: https://www.howellnaturecenter.org/event/may-the-4th-be-with-you/

Sun May 5 Embroidery Guild Meeting

The Livingston Lakes Chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of Anmerica,Inc meets the second Wednesday of the month(except June and December)at 7:00 PM at the First Methodist Church, 400 E. Grand River in Brighton, Michigan. You can find us online at: LivingstonLakesChapter-EGA.

Sun May 5 St Mary Country Style Breakfast

On Sunday, May 5th , St Mary Knights of Columbus in Pinckney will be sponsoring our monthly Country Style Breakfast at the Parish located south of M-36 at 10601 Dexter Pinckney Road in Putnam Township. Breakfast is served from 8:30 until 11am and is a free-will donation. Proceeds will be used to help support our St Mary School. We have the best menu in the area which includes fried or scrambled eggs, hash browns, biscuits and gravy, French toast, pancakes, ham, pork sausage, homemade Breakfast Burritos, our renowned waffle station as well as our “Eggceptional” Omelet Station! For further information call Kim at the Parish Office 734-878-3161.

Sun May 5 CHASE Event & Big Red Barrel/Unused Medication

The Big Red Barrel will be at The Hartland Deerfield Fire Authority on May 5th 2024 from noon to 2 pm to collect unused medications and used needles. The Hartland Deerfield Fire Authority is located at 3205 Hartland Road, Hartland MI 48353 This is a free service. No questions asked. Put pills in a zip lock container, they can be mixed together. We prefer not to have the medicine container. Keep liquid medications separate. Dump into a zip lock bag with enough paper towel to soak up the liquid. Needles must be the proper disposal container, either purchased from a pharmacy or use a plastic laundry detergent bottle. Reseal the bottle and tape it. Do your part to keep medications from being abused. Do not flush unused medication. The Big Red Barrel Project is part of Livingston County Community Alliance.

Mon May 6 Lyon Area Chamber Euchre Tournament

Put your cards on the table for a night of fun at the South Lyon Hotel on May 6. VIP reception at 5:30, play begins at 6:30 pm. $25/person. Contact michellet@brightoncoc.org or https://business.brightoncoc.org/events/details/euchre-tournament-44001

Tue May 7 Hartland Audubon Nature Club

The Hartland Audubon Nature Club will host Gordon Lonie on May 7, 2024, 7 P.M., who will share his adventures in Smoky Mountain National Park. Gordon worked 31 years as a naturalist presenting educational programs and served as director of the Sterling Heights Nature Center for 27 years. Come enjoy his impressive photographs and knowledge of Smoky Mountain National Park. Join us at Hartland Education Support Service Center, 9525 E. Highland Rd., Howell MI 48843. Use the west entrance and look for our sign in the hall. Meetings are free and open to the public. For more information https://hartlandaudubon.weebly.com/

Tue May 7 Senior Celebration Days

Are you a senior living in Livingston County? Come celebrate with us at the Howell Senior Center, located at 1661 N. Latson Rd. The event is from 11am to 2pm. The cost of the event is $5.00 to help cover the cost of the lunch provided by Senior Nutrition. We will be providing free Bingo games with chances to win $10.00 gift cards. There will also be Magical Entertainment and Dessert provided by Nancy Nawrocki, Elder law Attorney. Please contact the Howell Senior Center at 517-545-0219 at least 7 days before the event to register.

Wed May 8 Upcycled Fashion Show At Howell Opera House

The Livingston Arts Council presents: Upcycled Fashion Show at the Howell Opera House, 123 W. Grand River in Howell. This event will showcase models styled "head to toe" by local resale boutique owners, featuring clothing, shoes, jewelry, and purses. The models will interact with the guests, strolling among them. At the same time, Janelle Best, President of the Howell Chamber of Commerce and our Master of Ceremonies, provides a detailed description of the attire worn by each model. The event will also feature a cash bar where guests can enjoy a Signature Cocktail and an elegant dessert table. Our partners for this event are local resale businesses from Howell and Brighton - The Garment District, Grace and Whimsy, and La Boutique! Doors open at 6:00 pm - tickets on sale now. Visit our website at www.howelloperahouse.com or call 517-540-0065 for tickets or more information.

Wed May 8 Embroidery Guild Meeting

The Livingston Lakes Chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of America,Inc meets the second Wednesday of each month(except June and December)at 7:00 PM at the First Methodist Church, 400 E. Grand River, in Brighton, Michigan. You can find us online at: LivingstonLakesChapter-EGA.

Thu May 9 Senior Celebration Days

Are you a senior living in Livingston County? Come celebrate with us at the Fowlerville Senior Center. The event is from 11am to 2pm. The cost of the event is $5.00 to help cover the cost of the lunch provided by Senior Nutrition. We will be providing free Bingo games with chances to win $10.00 gift cards. There will also be Magical Entertainment and Dessert provided by Nancy Nawrocki, Elder law Attorney. Please contact the Fowlerville Senior Center at 517-223-3929 least 7 days before the event to register.

Fri May 10 CTH Presents "Once Upon A Mattress"

May 10-12 and 17-19 Friday, May 10, 2024 7:30 PM Saturday, May 11, 2024 7:30 PM Sunday, May 12, 2024 2:00 PM Friday, May 17, 2024 7:30 PM Saturday, May 18, 2024 7:30 PM Sunday, May 19, 2024 2:00 PM 1400 W. Grand River Avenue in Howell Tickets are $18 for seniors/students & $20 for adults. Many moons ago in a far-off place, Queen Aggravain decreed no couples could marry until her son, Prince Dauntless, found a bride. Princesses came from far and wide to win the hand of the prince, but none could pass the impossible tests given to them by the Queen. That is, until the “shy” swamp princess, Winnifred the Woebegone, showed up. Would she be able to pass the Sensitivity Test, marry her prince and help Lady Larkin and Sir Harry to the altar? Carried on a wave of wonderful songs, by turns hilarious and raucous, romantic and melodic, this rollicking spin on the classic tale The Princess and the Pea provides some side-splitting shenanigans. For after all, a princess is a delicate thing. Directed by: Rick Spangler
 Assistant Director & Choreographer: Robert Martin
 Vocal Director: Donald Owens III
 Produced by Kim Carnahan https://www.cththeatre.org/once-upon-a-mattress

Fri May 10 Mom's Night Out

Ladies deserve a night out! Enjoy a night of clean comedy with "Free Shrugs Improv." Admission is Free, light refreshments will be served, and childcare will be provided. May 10th, 7-8:30pm at Marr Community Bible Church 4494 N. Burkhart Rd. Howell 48855. 517-546-7981

Fri May 10 Pokémon Club

Mom’s Basement Games game shop’s Pokémon Club meets every Friday in downtown Howell from 6-10pm for kids in grades 4-10. Drop off your child & go out for the night while they nerd out with friends, eat pizza, play games, and win cool prizes! All skill levels are welcome! We have a full schedule of Pokemon-themed activities for your child. Come every week or drop in when you can! $35 Entry includes booster pack, pizza dinner, and prizes! Learn more here: https://momsbasementgames.com/pages/pokemon-club 517-579-2158. 1129 E Grand River Avenue Howell MI 48843

Sat May 11 Migratory Bird Day 2024

Discover the wonders of migration with possible visits from our animal ambassadors like Odin, Gilly, and Rufous, who, if ready, will share their stories from 12 to 3 at Critter Corner. Sometimes, our friends prefer the peace of their habitats, so their participation can be a fun surprise! Dive into bird-themed crafts, scavenger hunts, & raffles. Explore bird biology, join guided tours, and try Bird Bingo for prizes. Craft tables offer bird feeders to origami, celebrating the journey of migratory birds in a fun-filled day! Price includes admission to Wildlife Park and Alexandria's Nature Scape. Learn more https://www.howellnaturecenter.org/event/migratory-bird-day-2024/

Sat May 11 Hartland Farmers Market

Opening day of the 20th anniversary of the Hartland Market. Vendors will be on-site in the Rural King Parking lot from 9am-2 pm. 10400 Highland Road, Hartland. For information on being a vendor email hartlandmarket2004@gmail.com

Sat May 11 Livingston County Concert Band - In Living Color

The Livingston County Concert Band presents In Living Color at 7:00 pm, Saturday May 11, 2024. The Concert will be presented at the Rod Bushey Performing Arts Center, Howell High School, 1200 West Grand River Ave., Howell. Admission is $10. Children and students are free. Refreshments served following the concert. Please visit the band's website (www.lccbmusic.org), or check out the Livingston County Concert Band Facebook page for more information.

Sat May 11 Livingston Women's Chorus 25th Anniversary Concert

Two performances to celebrate 25 years of choral excellence! Concert will take place at Mount Brighton. 3:00 PM Tickets $15 (Women's Chorus plus Youth Choir) 7:00 PM Tickets $35 features appetizers and cash bar VIP tables available featuring appetizers, charcuterie & wine (cash bar also). Feature advertising in program included. Tickets can be purchased at livingstoncountychoirs.com For more information, contact us at livingstoncountychoirs@gmail.com

Sat May 11 Howell Recreation Touch A Truck

Hosted at Tanger Outlets Howell, this free community event allows kids of all sizes to explore trucks and equipment of all shapes and sizes. Event starts at 9 am - with a sensory friendly hour, and the full event runs until 2 pm.

Sat May 11 American Legion Riders Bike Blessing

WHEN: May 11th, 2024 11am - 3pm WHERE: 3265 W Grand River Ave Howell, MI DONATION: Optional monetary donations accepted ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Inquire at americanlegionpost141.org/legion-riders.html BLESSING DETAILS Group blessings every hour on the hour from 11:00 - 3:00pm Personal blessings available upon request. Please arrange before attending by filling out the form on our site. Lunch and soft drinks available for purchase

Sun May 12 LCWCC'S Mother's Day Breakfast Buffet

The Livingston County Wildlife & Conservation Club’s Breakfast. All you can eat buffet includes: Eggs Scrambled or Made to Order, Omelette Station Bacon, Sausage, Country Fried Potatoes, Homemade Biscuits & Gravy, French Toast, Pancakes, Mixed Fruit, Toast, Coffee & Juice. Serving 8:00 – 11:00 am Adults $11, Members $10 Seniors $9, Kids 6-12 $5, 5 & Under Free 6060 E M36, Whitmore Lake, MI 48189 (810) 231-1811

Tue May 14 Recovery Euchre Night at the NAZ

Join the recovery community for a fun game night along with fellowship at the Brighton Nazarene Church. Free food provided!

Tue May 14 Charity Euchre Night

This month we will support the Brighton Kiwanis Club's Storywalk Project. $20/player, registration opens 5:45PM at Eternity Brewing, cards start at 6:30PM.

Wed May 15 FlexTech Discovery Day

Come and discover FlexTech High School. FlexTech serves students in grades 9-12 with a real-world, hands-on curriculum preparing students for college and careers. Interested students and parents are invited to join us to look at what a personalized, flexible high school can offer. Come and join us for a morning of fun and inquiry at FlexTech Discovery Day. Check us out at Brighton.FlexTechschools.org or call 810-844-3366.

Wed May 15 Caregiver Support Group – Dementia Specific

Are you caring for a loved one with dementia or other memory related disease? Until we can meet again in person, we are continuing our monthly caregiver support group via Zoom. Connect with others who are on the same journey; learn valuable tools to help you navigate the changes that occur in the disease and more. Meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month from 5:00-6:00 PM. Register in advance by emailing Monica@LivingstonCC.org. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Thu May 16 Senior Celebration Days

Are you a senior living in Livingston County? Come celebrate with us at the Putnam Township Senior Center located at 3280 W. M-36, Pinckney. The event is from 11am to 2pm. The cost of the event is $5.00 to help cover the cost of the lunch provided by Senior Nutrition. We will be providing free Bingo games with chances to win $10.00 gift cards. There will also be Magical Entertainment and Dessert provided by Nancy Nawrocki, Elder law Attorney. Please contact the Putnam Township Senior Center at 734-878-1810 at least 7 days before the event to register.

Thu May 16 Euchre Night At Howell Opera House

Come join the fun at our next Euchre Night at the Opera House, 123 W. Grand River in Howell. Doors open at 6:00 pm for check in - 6:30 pm time to DEAL. Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Admission is $22 with a 40-person maximum. Please purchase your tickets in advance, if we don't sell out and seats remain you can make your purchase at the door. Will play 6 rounds at 8 hands each, stick the dealer applies. Please bring cash for the 50/50 raffle and if your team gets Euchred the person who called trump will owe a $1 to the Euchre pot! visit www.howelloperahouse.com or call 517-540-0065 to register or with questions.

Fri May 17 AgeWays Public Hearing On Senior Services

AgeWays Nonprofit Senior Services (the new name for the Area Agency on Aging 1-B) is holding a virtual public hearing on Friday, May 17, at noon to gather input on its Annual Area Implementation Plan. This plan maps out spending for federal and state funding earmarked for senior services in the AgeWays six-county service region during the 2025 fiscal year. Older adults, family caregivers, senior advocates, senior care professionals and any other interested members of the public are invited to attend the forum and to offer comment. The agency serves a six-county region that includes Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair and Washtenaw counties. Public Hearing Details: DATE: Friday, May 17, 2024 TIME: 12:00 pm VIA ZOOM: tinyurl.com/AgeWaysListen PHONE IN: (312) 626-6799/ Meeting ID: 844 242 4714 The draft plan will be available for review on AgeWays.org on May 3. Written comments will be accepted from May 3 to June 3. Send to Taylor Clark, 29100 Northwestern Highway, Suite 400, Southfield, MI 48034. Comments can also be submitted to Taylor by email at tclark@ageways.org. For those who wish to review the AIP in a language other than English, call 800-852-7795, choose Option 3, and request Taylor Clark.

Fri May 17 Arsenic And Old Lace

Fowlerville Community Theater is proud to present a Live presentation of the classic dark comedy, Arsenic and Od Lace, May 17 700pm and, May 18 at 300pm and 700pm at The Barn, 10555 Converse Rd, Fowlerville MI. This play offers a seasoned cast that will have you "dying with laughter". Light appetizers will be provided. Tickets can be purchased online anytime through Venmo for only 25.00 each. Space is limited. Most suitable for adults 16 and older. Visit Fowlerville Community Theatre Facebook page and Fowlerville News and Views for updates.

Fri May 17 Pokémon Club

Mom’s Basement Games game shop’s Pokémon Club meets every Friday in downtown Howell from 6-10pm for kids in grades 4-10. Drop off your child & go out for the night while they nerd out with friends, eat pizza, play games, and win cool prizes! All skill levels are welcome! We have a full schedule of Pokemon-themed activities for your child. Come every week or drop in when you can! $35 Entry includes booster pack, pizza dinner, and prizes! Learn more here: https://momsbasementgames.com/pages/pokemon-club 517-579-2158. 1129 E Grand River Avenue Howell MI 48843

Sat May 18 GM Proving Ground 100th Anniversary Supporting Gleaners

To recognize the 100th anniversary of the General Motors Milford Proving Ground, the Retiree Club has organized a fundraiser for the Gleaners Community Food Bank. 10am - 3pm Lingenfelter Car Collection, 7819 Lochlin Dr, Brighton, MI 48116. A monetary donation is asked for at the door, with 100% benefiting Gleaners. Come and view the Lingenfelter's personal car collection and other specialty vehicles.

Sat May 18 LCWCC Kid's Fishing Derby

The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club's Annual Kid's Fishing Derby. 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Registration the day of the event(no need to preregister)= 7 years old and under $2 8-17 years old $3 Limited fishing poles available to, we encourage you to bring your own. Registration fee includes bait. Bring your own chairs if needed. Food & beverage available for purchase. Prizes will be available to win. 6060 E. M36, Whitmore Lake 810-231-1811

Sat May 18 Hartland Farmer's Market

Come enjoy the 20th anniversary of the Hartland Market. Vendors will be on-site in the Rural King Parking lot from 9am-2 pm every Saturday rain or shine through October. Lots of new and returning vendors with a great variety of produce, artisans, honey, eggs, and much more. 10400 Highland Road, Hartland. For information on being a vendor email hartlandmarket2004@gmail.com

Sat May 18 Volunteer Planting Day Party

We need your help planting flowers! Support your local community to make the Howell Nature Center bloom with color and vibrancy! Last year was so great and we invite you and anyone who hasn’t participated for free. Fellowship, food, and fun! Meet us in the Courtyard. - 10:00 a.m. sharp, try to be at least ten minutes early. - You may want to bring flower tools you already have such as knee pads, tiny shovels, and gloves. - Free pizza at the end of our hard work! Yum! - No experience necessary! - Rain or shine! Flowers love the rain and don’t wait to be planted. If weather hits we will be here with rain hats as long as it is not severe. - All Ages Welcome!

Sat May 18 Miranda & The M-80's

Come join us for a night with Miranda and the M-80's at Howell Elks Lodge 2168! Follow the link for tickets! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/miranda-and-the-m-80s-tickets-866970791977?aff=ebdsoporgprofile

Sat May 18 Howell Township Clean-Up Day

Howell Township Clean-Up Day Saturday, May 18, 2024- Howell Township is having their annual clean-up day. This is a service to Howell Township residents only and proof of residency is required. The event will be held at the Livingston County Spencer Hardy Airport. We ask that everyone uses the Tooley Road entrance when entering the airport. Hours are 9:00am to noon. All large items being dropped off must be able to be handled by 2 people. Please contact Howell Township for additional information regarding acceptable items along with any associated costs. Contact Information: http://howelltownshipmi.org or 517-546-2817

Sat May 18 Warbirds of Glory Fundraiser Showcase

Saturday May 18 at 6pm | Doors open at 5:30pm Warbirds of Glory Museum Oakland Southwest Airport 57751 Pontiac Trail, New Hudson Tickets are $50. Please purchase online at www.warbirdsofglory.org/events. Limited spots available. Join us for this unique and exciting event! The Warbirds of Glory Museum request the honor of your presence at our Fundraiser Showcase! You are invited to come and see the progress of our WWII B-25 bomber Restoration, Sandbar Mitchell, and watch the students and mentors from our apprenticeship program in action. Enjoy an inspiring message from our keynote speaker, Brigadier Gen (Ret) Doug “Odie” Slocum and our special guest emcee Doug Rozendaal, a top US warbird pilot. Tour our displays and artifacts from pieces of our past honoring our greatest generation and participate in our ‘Raise Your Rudder' fundraiser auction. Experience our fully restored top turret in action wandering light fare | beer and wine student demos | raffles | trivia | WII history displays!

Sat May 18 Brews & Chews - Sip, Savor, Support The ABTA

Brews & Chews is a chance to sip and savor in support of a great cause -- the American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA). The festival will include a variety of Michigan craft brewers and cideries, food trucks, live music, family friendly games and trivia, scratch off cards, dog friendly, and fun photo opportunities (like a larger-than-life brain)! More info at www.2stonesevents.com.

Sat May 18 ​Military Send Off Reception @ American Legion Post 141

This reception is to honor our Livingston County enlisted and cadet recruits and their families. During the event there will be a brief ceremony and presentations, along with connections to local resources to support troops and their families as the recruits begin their military career. The reception will include hors d'oeuvres and drinks. Time is set aside for the community to share their appreciation and information to support families. Please complete the registration form below @ https://www.americanlegionpost141.org/mso.html Date: May 18th, 2024 Time: from 1:30-3:30 Location: ​American Legion Devereaux Post 141

Sun May 19 LCWCC Kid's Fishing Derby

The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club's Annual Kid's Fishing Derby. 8:00 am - 2:00 pm Registration the day of the event(no need to preregister)= 7 years old and under $2 8-17 years old $3 Limited fishing poles available to, we encourage you to bring your own. Registration fee includes bait. Bring your own chairs if needed. Food & beverage available for purchase. Prizes will be available to win. 6060 E. M36, Whitmore Lake 810-231-1811

Mon May 20 Opportunitees Golf Outing

This is the Work Skills Foundation's largest fundraising event and it is YOUR participation that ensures Work Skills clients receive the support they need to live richer, more successful lives. Focusing on each individual's abilities rather than his or her disabilities has allowed us to change more than 50,000 lives in the past 50 years! We have a long history of adding and enhancing programs based on unmet needs in the community and can only continue to do that with your support. Your participation means more than ever this year! As Work Skills expenses continue to increase, the need for Foundation support is imperative to the success of thousands of our friends, family members and neighbors of all abilities who rely on us. ​ The event is called OpportuniTEES ... More Than a Golf Outing for good reason. Your investment into the lives of people of all abilities provides opportunities for them to gain confidence, independence, self-sufficiency, a sense of belonging, and hope. For more information and to Register for this event please visit https://www.wskills.com/golf-outing Registration Deadline May 3, 2024

Mon May 20 Foster Parent Informational Meeting

Thinking of becoming a foster parent? 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 5:00-7:00pm, please email Fostering@LivingstonCC.org for more information.

Tue May 21 Senior Celebration Days

Are you a senior living in Livingston County? Come celebrate with us at the Brighton Senior Center at 850 Spencer Rd. The event is from 11am to 2pm. The cost of the event is $5.00 to help cover the cost of the lunch provided by Senior Nutrition. We will be providing free Bingo games with chances to win $10.00 gift cards. There will also be Magical Entertainment and Dessert provided by Nancy Nawrocki, Elder law Attorney. Please contact the Brighton Senior Center at 810-229-3817 at least 7 days before the event to register.

Fri May 24 Pokémon Club

Mom’s Basement Games game shop’s Pokémon Club meets every Friday in downtown Howell from 6-10pm for kids in grades 4-10. Drop off your child & go out for the night while they nerd out with friends, eat pizza, play games, and win cool prizes! All skill levels are welcome! We have a full schedule of Pokemon-themed activities for your child. Come every week or drop in when you can! $35 Entry includes booster pack, pizza dinner, and prizes! Learn more here: https://momsbasementgames.com/pages/pokemon-club 517-579-2158. 1129 E Grand River Avenue Howell MI 48843

Fri May 24 Senior Celebration Days

Are you a senior living in Livingston County? Come celebrate with us at the Hamburg Senior Center, located at 10405 Merrill Rd. Whitmore Lake. The event is from 11am to 2pm. The cost of the event is $5.00 to help cover the cost of the lunch provided by Senior Nutrition. We will be providing free Bingo games with chances to win $10.00 gift cards. There will also be Magical Entertainment and Dessert provided by Nancy Nawrocki, Elder law Attorney. Please contact the Hamburg Senior Center at 810-222-1140 at least 7 days before the event to register.

Sat May 25 Hartland Farmer's Market

Come enjoy the 20th anniversary of the Hartland Market. Vendors will be on-site in the Rural King Parking lot from 9am-2 pm every Saturday rain or shine through October. Lots of new and returning vendors with a great variety of produce, artisans, honey, eggs, and much more. 10400 Highland Road, Hartland. For information on being a vendor email hartlandmarket2004@gmail.com

Sun May 26 2024 Ride For Freedom Nationwide

Rolling Thunder ride for freedom ch 1 /ch4/ch 5 to Michigan chapter. Saturday May 25th 2024 10 am to 4 pm flag raising ceremony & pre ride events motor city Harley 24800 haggerty rd Farmington hills mi 48335. Sunday may 26 th ride for freedom registration starts at 6:30 am @ motor city Harley 24800 haggerty rd mi 48335. KSU at 8:30 am to vgs in Howell then ksu 9:45 am to meet up with chapter 1 & 4 at full throttle. KSU at 11:45 am to the state capital. Ceremony at state capitol ar 12:30 tribute to pow/mia with food and vendors music and speakers. And to anyone has deaf friends or family we are going to have a sign language person to help out.

Tue May 28 Boy Scout Troop 364 Openhouse

5th, 6th, and 7th Grade Boys who love adventure and outdoor fun please join us for an open house for Boy Scout Troop 364 in Howell on Tuesday May 28th at 7pm. Monthly themes this summer include Camping, Hiking and Backpacking, in the Fall we will be practicing Pioneering and Conservation along with Wilderness Survival and many more fun activities. By joining now you can go to Summer Camp at Cole Canoe Base with the troop in June! Meetings are Tuesdays at 7pm at the First United Methodist Church, 1230 Bower St.

Wed May 29 Swing At The AMP

Join us every Monday night for our summer series! Memorial Day through Labor Day. Rain or Shine! OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. All Ages | All Levels. $5.00 admission.7:30pm Lesson. 7:00pm - 10:00pm Social Dance. The series is a FUNDRAISER for The Dance Project, Inc. a 501(c)(3) educational nonprofit dedicated to changing the culture by promoting positive dancing. Location: The AMP | Brighton Mill Pond. Dress Code: Casual. Visit thedanceproject.info for our volunteer sign-up or to donate. All participants need a 2023/2024 season waiver filled out.

Thu May 30 2024 Salute to the Stars

Join us for an unforgettable evening at the Waldenwoods Resort & Conference Center. Get ready to celebrate and honor our local stars who have made a positive impact in our community. This event promises a night filled with entertainment featuring special guest Bishop Boyea and Emmy Award Winner Chuck Gaidica, recognition, and heartfelt gratitude. Come together with friends, family, and supporters to show your appreciation. Let's make this a night to remember as we salute the stars who make a difference! You won’t want to miss it! For details or tickets, go to www.livingstoncc.org!

Thu May 30 Senior Celebration Days

Are you a senior living in Livingston County? Come celebrate with us at the Hartland Senior Center, located at 9525 E. Highland Rd. Howell. The event is from 11am to 2pm. The cost of the event is $5.00 to help cover the cost of the lunch provided by Senior Nutrition. We will be providing free Bingo games with chances to win $10.00 gift cards. There will also be Magical Entertainment and Dessert provided by Nancy Nawrocki, Elder law Attorney. Please contact the Hartland Senior Center at 810-626-2135 at least 7 days before the event to register.

Fri May 31 LCWCC'S Fish Fry

The Livingston County Wildlife & Conservation Club’s All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry Buffet Includes: Fish (Beer Batter, Lemon Pepper, Cajun & Baked), Hush Puppies, Mac & Cheese, French Fries, Green Beans, Coleslaw, Rolls, Homemade Desserts, Coffee, Iced Tea & Lemonade Serving 4:30 to 7:00 pm Adults: $15, Seniors $14, Members $13, Kids 6 & Older $7.00, Kids 5 & Under Free Carry outs $13.00 6060 E. M36, Whitmore Lake, MI 48189 (810) 231-1811

Sat Jun 1 Stich-A-Long

9:30-11:30 at Masonic Temple 401 W Grand River Howell. Come make crochet or knit flowers to help support Howell’s Art in the Garden project. Bring your favorite hook or needles, your favorite flower pattern and yarn to share.

Sat Jun 1 Hartland Farmer's Market

Come enjoy the 20th anniversary of the Hartland Market. Vendors will be on-site in the Rural King Parking lot from 9am-2 pm every Saturday rain or shine through October. Lots of new and returning vendors with a great variety of produce, artisans, honey, eggs, and much more. 10400 Highland Road, Hartland. For information on being a vendor email hartlandmarket2004@gmail.com

Sat Jun 1 "Sweetheart" At Howell Theater

The Historic Howell Theater will be hosting the world premiere of my film "Sweetheart." The premiere will be a large, public event including a red carpet meet and greet with the cast and crew, the very first screening of the film, a cast talk-back, and more! The event begins at 5:00pm and ends at 10:00pm. Although the event is held in Howell, the audience will consist of people from all over Michigan.

Sun Jun 2 VTAC Charity Golf Outing

Golf outing to support emergency funding for judicially involved veterans, and provide therapy dogs to treatment courts throughout Michigan. Event at Dunham Hills Golf Club Hartland MI go to www.supportvtac.org to sign up.

Sat Jun 8 Main Street Mile

The Main St Mile is a one mile road race starting and ending in downtown Brighton, MI. The event will have 5 races: Competitive, Open, High School, Dogwatch Dog Mile, and Kids Mile. All net proceeds from the event will go towards a yet to be named downtown/community project. Event will take place on June 8th, 2024. Race Course: https://www.gmap-pedometer.com/gp/bookmark/view/id/7725247 Participants will receive a Main St. Mile Medal upon finishing the race! T-Shirt is an optional add-on not included with race entry. Shirts will be $15 and available at packet pickup if ordered. **Dogwatch Dog Mile participants** You will receive a custom Main St Mile bandana with your registration. Packet pickup will be at Running Lab. Packet Pickup TImes: 6/7: 10a-8p 6/8: Race morning from 7:30a-8:50a Prizes awarded to the top 3 Finishers for each gender in the Competitive Open and High School Miles. Prizes announced at a later date IMPORTANT: There will be no age group awards All participants can add on a shirt for a small fee of $15. Race will be professionally chip timed

Sat Jun 8 Hartland Farmer's Market

Come enjoy the 20th anniversary of the Hartland Market. Vendors will be on-site in the Rural King Parking lot from 9am-2 pm every Saturday rain or shine through October. Lots of new and returning vendors with a great variety of produce, artisans, honey, eggs, and much more. 10400 Highland Road, Hartland. For information on being a vendor email hartlandmarket2004@gmail.com

Mon Jun 10 The Arc Livingston's Annual Charity Golf Classic

Join The Arc Livingston for a fun day of golf all while helping people with developmental disabilities! With your support, The Arc Livingston will continue to empower persons with developmental disabilities and their families to ensure that they as citizens are valued, and that they can participate fully in and contribute to the life of their community. What: Enjoy a day of golf, including breakfast, lunch, dinner, awards, auctions and prizes! When: Monday, June 10, 2024, 9:00 registration, 10:00 shotgun start/scramble format Register today at: https://wedoauctions.com/bidapp/index.php?slug=arcgolf Sponsorships are available: https://wedoauctions.com/bidapp/index.php?slug=arcgolf#

Sat Jun 15 Hartland Farmer's Market

Come enjoy the 20th anniversary of the Hartland Market. Vendors will be on-site in the Rural King Parking lot from 9am-2 pm every Saturday rain or shine through October. Lots of new and returning vendors with a great variety of produce, artisans, honey, eggs, and much more. 10400 Highland Road, Hartland. For information on being a vendor email hartlandmarket2004@gmail.com

Sat Jun 15 Bike Night - Riders of American Legion Post #141

4:00PM - MIDNIGHT 50/50, firearms & raffle baskets, live music plus DJ Mando. We’ll have burgers, hot dogs, chicken, bratwursts & chips. This event is open to the public. Date: June 15th, 2024 Time: from 4p.m. - midnight Location: ​American Legion Devereaux Post 141 More info: americanlegionpost141.org/alr.html

Mon Jun 17 All Saints Lutheran Church VBS

All Saints Lutheran Church, located at 12701 Highland Rd, Hartland, MI, is hosting a Vacation Bible School for children ages 4 through 4th grade. June 17-21, 9 a.m. to noon. For more information and to register, please go to www.myallsaints.com

Mon Jun 17 Books & Beats Children's Concert

Great Start Livingston in partnership with the Livingston County Early Literacy Collaboration present a FREE children's concert series for Livingston County children ages 0-5 and their families! Each child in attendance will receive a FREE book, while supplies last. - Monday, June 17, 2024: Mr. Evan of Music at the Blissful | 10:30 a.m. All events are located at: 2|42 Community Church - Main Auditorium 7526 Grand River Ave., Brighton, MI 48114 For more information and to register, visit here: https://bit.ly/booksandbeats24

Thu Jun 20 Brighton First Responder Youth Summer Camp

Brighton Area Fire Authority and Brighton City Police department are working together to offer a wonderful 7 day camp opportunity to the youth of Livingston county ages 14-18. Campers will learn and experience what it takes to be a firefighter and/or police officer. Camp activities will promote development in leadership, teamwork and hopefully inspire campers to consider a future career as a Livingston County Firefighter and/or police officer.

Sat Jun 22 Hartland Farmer's Market

Come enjoy the 20th anniversary of the Hartland Market. Vendors will be on-site in the Rural King Parking lot from 9am-2 pm every Saturday rain or shine through October. Lots of new and returning vendors with a great variety of produce, artisans, honey, eggs, and much more. 10400 Highland Road, Hartland. For information on being a vendor email hartlandmarket2004@gmail.com

Sat Jun 29 Hartland Farmer's Market

Come enjoy the 20th anniversary of the Hartland Market. Vendors will be on-site in the Rural King Parking lot from 9am-2 pm every Saturday rain or shine through October. Lots of new and returning vendors with a great variety of produce, artisans, honey, eggs, and much more. 10400 Highland Road, Hartland. For information on being a vendor email hartlandmarket2004@gmail.com