Things to do: Livingston County events calendar
August 22, 2014 - storage organizer
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Sept. 13 – Poker run â€” The Howell Eagles Aerie 3607 hosts a Ride by Hell and Back poker run to advantage Jameson Timberlake, a 10-month-old son of Howell firefighter Dan Timberlake and mother Jessica Timberlake. Jameson Timberlake was recently diagnosed with a singular form of liver cancer requiring a liver transplant. Registration opens during 10 a.m. during a Eagles club, south of Interstate 96 during 141 Schroeder Park Drive in Marion Township. Riders will leave during 11 a.m. for a 125-mile float creation stops in Durand, a Mason-Holt area, Gregory and Pinckney. The float ends during a Eagles hall for a 4 p.m. cooking with a money bar. The eventuality will also embody a 50/50 raffle, and a wordless auction, horseshoes and entertainment. Early registration is $25 per supplement or $35 per integrate by Sept. 3. The cost is $5 some-more from Sept. 4-12; and $10 some-more after Sept. 12. Call 248-462-2796 for some-more information.
Sept. 13 – Scrapbooking â€” Friends of a Brighton District Library binds a scrapbooking eventuality from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. during a library, 100 Library Drive in Brighton. Proceeds from a eventuality will support library programs such as Springfest, Holiday Open House, Summer Reading Program, special apparatus and understanding technology. Cost is $25 for members; $30 for nonmembers and includes a six-foot table. Contact Gail Foreman during 810-220-7973 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Visit brightonlibraryinfo/FOL for some-more information.
Sept. 13 – Large object rabble day â€” Brighton Township residents can dispose of vast apparatus from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. during a Brighton Township Fire Hall, 1580 Old U.S. 23 during Hyne Road. Proof of residency is required. Acceptable apparatus embody washer, dryers, TVs, square furniture, grills, aged mechanism equipment, bed springs, mattresses, prohibited H2O heaters, furniture, and toys. Items not supposed embody glass waste, automobile or vessel parts, yard waste, construction debris, tyrannise ties, oil, pesticides, explosives, poisons, dangerous waste, tires, branches, stumps, batteries, paint/solvents, antifreeze, herbicides, medical waste, sod, rocks, bricks, dirt, petrify and apparatus that enclose Freon. Lawn mowers and/or tiny engines contingency have a oil and gas private during a time of drop-off. Call 810-229-0560 for information.