Things to do- Livingston County events calendar

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July 31-Sept. 7: Theater — Forever Plaid. Tickets are on sale for a lapse of a low-pitched comedy “Forever Plaid” during The Dio — Dining and Entertainment maestro theater. The prolongation will run Jul 31 by Sept. 7 during The DIO Theater, 177 E. Main St., Pinckney. Performances are scheduled for Friday and Saturday evenings, and Sunday afternoons, in Aug and a initial weekend in September. There will also be Thursday performances Jul 31 and Sept. 4. Attendees should arrive between 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. for eve performances; and between 12:30 p.m. and 1 p.m. for lunch performances. Tickets are $41 for adults, $37 for students and seniors age 60 and comparison and $35 for children age 13 and younger. Tickets are $35 for groups of 20 or more. Cost includes uncover ticket, cooking buffet, nonalcoholic libation and dessert. Tickets are accessible online during http-//www.diotheatre.com or by a sheet line during 517-672-6009.

Aug. 25- Medicare assistance category — The Area Agency on Aging 1-B (AAA 1-B) Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) is continues a giveaway monthly educational array on Medicare during a Brighton District Library during 100 Library Drive, Brighton. “Heath Care Fraud; How to strengthen yourself and your health caring benefit” runs from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. with a doubt and answer duration afterward. A module on prolonged tenure caring will be presented Sept. 24 followed by a module on a 2015 changes to Medicare and open enrollment” on Oct. 27. To haven a seat, call a library during 810-229-6571. For some-more information about a array or a AAA 1-B MMAP service, call 800-803-7174.

Aug. 26: Outdoor unison — Weather permitting, a Livingston County Concert Band will perform during 7:30 p.m. during a chronological Livingston County Courthouse during 200 E. Grand River Ave. in downtown Howell. Visit www.lccbmusic.org or call 810-229-5991 for some-more information.

Aug. 26: Chicken cooking — The American Legion Devereaux Post 141 during 3265 W. Grand River Ave. during M-59 in Howell Township serves duck dinners from 5-8 p.m. Cost is $8 per person. The cooking includes 4 pieces of chicken, cole slaw, hurl and choice of crushed potatoes or broasted fries. Al la grant apparatus are also available. Call 517-546-2534 for some-more information.

Aug. 27: Photography — Livingston County Photographers Group will accommodate during 7 p.m. during The Genoa Medical Center, west of Brighton during 2305 Genoa Business Park Drive in Genoa Township. The organisation is open to photography enthusiasts of all ability levels and meets a second and fourth Wednesday of any month, year-round. For some-more information, call Richard Lim during 248-921-8546, email Richard@RichardLim.US or revisit www.LivCoPhotographers.com.

Aug. 27: Restaurant fundraiser — A fundraiser for a Livingston Women’s Club runs from 4-8 p.m. during a Big Boy restaurant, 8510 E. Grand River Ave., Brighton. Ten percent of food purchases from 4-8 p.m. are donated to a nonprofit bar for a internal encampment programs such as a annual Giving Tree module during Christmas. Call 810-229-7356 for some-more information.

Aug. 27: Health module — New Beginnings Seventh Day Adventist Church in South Lyon is benefaction a health and aptness module on Wednesday evenings during Holiday Inn Express, 8285 Movie Drive in Brighton. Each category starts with a healthy dish during 6:30 p.m. followed by a arrangement on a health-related principal and demonstration. Classes run by Aug. 27. Cost is $10 per class. Call 248-921-7477 for some-more information.

Aug. 27: Adult Survivors of Child Abuse. The organisation meets from 6:30-7:3 p.m. during 2/42 Community Church, 7526 Grand River Ave. in Brighton. Contact Heather Durling during heather@thephoenixgathering.com or register during http-//hadurling.wix.com/ascaoutreachbrighton.

Aug. 27: Paint and Pour art fundraiser — The Zumba Fitness Relay for Life Team will reason a Paint and Pour fundraiser from 7-9 p.m. during Conway Township Hall, north of Fowlerville during 8015 Fowlerville Road. Attendees will be given step-by-step instructions for a Great Lakes beacon painting. Advance tickets are $35 and embody all supplies. Tickets are accessible during http-//thepaintandpour.com/event/fundraiser or by job 734-720-9777. Participants can move their possess snacks and nonalcoholic beverages. Relay For Life is a vital fundraiser for a American Cancer Society. The Fowlerville Relay for Life eventuality is scheduled for Sept. 13-14 during Fowlerville Fairgrounds. For some-more information, call 810-599-0507.

Aug. 28: Parents Affected by Addiction of Livingston County — Key Development Center will benefaction Parents Affected by Addiction of Livingston County, or PAAL, a support organisation for a relatives and desired ones of those who are struggling with an addiction. The organisation meets bi-weekly on Thursdays from 5-6:30 p.m. during Key Development Center, Inc. 2060 Grand River Annex, Suite 500, Brighton. For some-more information call Key Development Center during 810-220-8192.

Aug. 28: Hootin’ in a Park — The Pinckney Lions Club’s giveaway Hootin’ in a Park unison featuring Silver Compass starts during 5 p.m. during Putnam Township Square on Main Street in downtown Pinckney. Grilled prohibited dogs and popcorn are 50 cents each; cocktail and H2O are $1. Call 734-660-9868 for some-more information.

Aug. 28 by Sept. 2: The Moving Wall — The Moving Wall, a half-size reproduction of a National Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. earnings to Bennett Park-West in Hamburg Township. The commemorative is open 24 hours commencement Thursday afternoon and continues by 8 a.m. Tuesday. The eventuality includes reading of a names, an chronological troops vaunt with apparatus and uniforms and other items; War Dogs, laying of wreaths, flyovers, special speakers and nightly candlelight vigils. A Bob Hope USO unison will start during 8 p.m. Aug. 29 and Aug. 30. Flight in a Huey helicopter are benefaction from 1-5 p.m. Aug. 28; from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Aug. 29-31; and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 1. Visit themovingwallhamburg.org/schedule/ for some-more information.

Aug. 29: Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Aug. 29: Food — The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club during 6060 E. M-36 in Hamburg Township, serves boiled and baked fish dinners from 5-8 p.m. Cost is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and $5 for kids ages 6-12. Kids younger than 5 eat for free. Dinner includes hush puppies, macaroni and cheese, cole slaw, rolls, desserts and beverages. Cash bar use is available. Call 810-231-1811 for some-more information.

Aug. 29:- Outdoor unison —The Livingston Arts Council’s giveaway summer Concerts during a Courthouse array wraps adult with a song of a Beatles reverence rope Toppermost during 7 p.m. during a amphitheater outward a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse on Grand River Avenue in downtown Howell.

Aug. 29-Sept. 1: Garage sale fundraiser — A garage sale runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. during 1215 W. Cohoctah Road in Cohoctah Township. All deduction will advantage a internal couple. The father has undergone several new surgeries and his associate has been diagnosed with cancer. Call Charlotte Wolverton during 517-861-1455 for some-more information.

Aug. 30: Farmers’ markets — The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Aug. 31: Farmers’ markets — The Howell marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. nearby a intersection of State and Clinton streets adjacent to a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell. The Green Oak Township marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a lot adjacent to Green Oak Township Fire hire No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Ave.

Aug. 31: Archery glow — The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club binds a 3D archery glow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. during a club, 6060 E. M-36 in Hamburg Township. The march includes 30 targets including 6 towering stands and 4 H2O shots. No crossbows are authorised on a course. Cost is $8 per chairman with a $1 bonus for Michigan Bow Hunter Members with card. Call 810-231-1811 for some-more information.

Aug. 31: Class reunion — Detroit Mackenzie High School alumni of a 1950s-1960s will reason a annual cruise from noon to 6 p.m. during a Nankin Mills Pavilion in Hines Park during Ann Arbor Trail and Hines Drive. There will be song and a arrangement of category memorabilia. Hot dogs, chips, ice cream, H2O and cocktail will be accessible for purchase. Call 734-377-4009, email mackenzie50s-60s@hotmail.com or revisit www.classcreator.com/Detroit-MI-Mackenzie-1960 for some-more information.

Sept. 2: Nature — The Hartland Audubon Nature Club will benefaction a module on Peru with Evelyn Gallegos, former embankment highbrow during EMU. A potluck cooking starts during 6:30 p.m. followed by a module during 7 p.m. Visitors are welcome. Call 517-548-2610 for some-more information.

Sept. 2: History — The Philip Livingston Chapter of a Daughters of a American Revolution accommodate during 1 p.m. during First United Methodist Church, 1230 Bower St. in Howell. Call 810-227-1453 for some-more information.

Sept. 3: ID burglary convention for seniors — The Livingston County Sheriff Department and a Nawrocki Center for Elder Law, Special Needs Disability Planning, PLLC presents “Identity Theft You, Don’t be a Victim” a giveaway convention for comparison adults during 10 a.m. in Community Room 2, West Entrance, 620 Byron Road, Howell. Law coercion officials and elder lawyers will be during a convention to offer tips and ideas for seniors to strengthen themselves and forestall temperament burglary by hidden of personal documents, online temperament burglary and financial scams. Seating is limited. Reservations are recommended. Refreshments will be served Call 810-229-0220 for some-more information.

Sept. 4: Music — The giveaway Mountain Club song array presents a song of Vagabond Soul from 6-10 p.m. on a square during Mt. Brighton, 4141 Bauer Road in Genoa Township.

Sept. 5: Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Sept. 5: Spaghetti, coney cooking — The Brighton Lions Club serves all we can eat spaghetti and coney dog dinners from 4:30-7:30 p.m. during a Brighton Lions Den, 465 W. Main St. in downtown Brighton. The menu includes choice of coney dog or spaghetti with or yet beef salsa with sides of tossed salad, garlic bread, dessert and a libation Cost is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $3 for children ages 6-12. Children ages 5 and younger eat for free. Additional coneys are $1 each. Call 586-764-2227 for some-more details.

Sept. 5: Dinner fundraiser — The Livingston Land Conservancy binds a annual fundraiser for a Land Acquisition and Stewardship Fund commencement during 7 p.m. during Lakelands Golf and Country Club, north of Winans Lake Road during 8760 Chilson Road in Hamburg Township. The eventuality will have food, beverages, low-pitched entertainment, live and wordless auctions and income bar service. Some of a auction highlights embody framed artwork, tickets to sporting events, benefaction certificates, bird feeders, wine, benefaction baskets, golf tour and more. Tickets are $60 per chairman and are accessible by a website during www.livingstonlandconservancy.org. Call 810-229-3290 for some-more information.

Sept. 5-6: Smokin’ Jazz Barbecue Blue Festival — The annual Smokin’ Jazz Barbecue Blues Festival takes place in downtown Brighton. Vendors will offer a accumulation of grill and Cajun food, corn bread, desserts and other transport from 5 p.m. to midnight Sept. 5 and from noon to midnight Sept. 6. Live jazz and blues will take place in a metropolitan parking nearby a Mill Pond. Admission to a song venue is giveaway until 6 p.m. Cost after 6 p.m. is $5 for adults and giveaway for those 18 and younger with concomitant adult acknowledgment until 9 p.m. Beer, wine, hiss ale and tough lemonade are accessible for $4 and $5. The song lineup for Sept. 5 facilities Jim Shaneberger Band, Kate Moss with The Hawktones, CJ Chenier His Re Hot Louisiana Band and Nick Moss Band. The lineup for Sept. 6 includes GFK Trio, Thornetta Davis, Larry McCray and Nikki Hill. A 24-foot outward shade will underline a U of M vs. Notre Dame football diversion on Sept. 6; kickoff is during 7-30 p.m. People’s Express will yield giveaway convey use to and from a event. Shuttle pickup locations are during a Brighton High School, 7878 Brighton Road; and during a Meijer M-Dot Parking Lot during 8650 W. Grand River Ave, Brighton 48116. Shuttles will run from 5 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Friday and from noon to 12:30 a.m. Saturday. The Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce organizes a festival. Call a cover during 810-227-5086 or email info@brightoncoc.org for some-more information. Also revisit www.downtownbrighton.com.

Sept. 6: Farmers’ markets —The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Sept. 6: Free wardrobe — The Gregory Community Clothes Closet will be open from 10 a.m. to noon during 126 Church St. in Unadilla Township. Free wardrobe in all sizes is accessible for families. Call 734-498-2591 or email info@gregorycc.org for some-more information.

Sept. 6: Zoo alleviation day — The Howell Conference and Nature Center binds Zoo Enrichment Day, a two-hour module for ages 5 and older, from 10 a.m. to noon to heighten a lives of comparison animals during a Wild Wonders Wildlife Park. Participants build an alleviation activity with materials supposing by a Nature Center, afterwards watch as a recipients — foxes, coyotes, mink, and bobcat — vaunt such healthy behaviors as foraging, exploration, locomotion, and amicable interaction. The eventuality creates activities that inspire healthy behaviors in serf wildlife by sensitive a animals’ senses and enchanting their minds in situations they competence confront in a wild. Cost to attend is $10 per person. Those 17 and younger contingency be accompanied by a profitable adult. The core is during 1005 Triangle Lake Road in Marion Township. Registration is required. Call 517-546-0249 or revisit http-//www.howellnaturecenter.org for some-more information.

Sept. 6: 9-11 Memorial 5KRun/Walk — The Brighton Area Fire Department binds a 5K (3.1-mile) walk/run as a reverence to depressed heroes. Many firefighters will run/walk in full audience rigging in respect of one of a 343 firefighters that died in a Sep militant attacks. Money lifted from a eventuality will be used to finish a 9-11 Memorial in Brighton. Check-in for a eventuality is 8 a.m. with runners start time during 9 a.m. followed by walkers during 9:05 a.m. Water and Gatorade will be granted during a race, that starts during a Mill Pond and finishes during a 9-11 Memorial. Online registration $25 after a $15 benefaction savings. Visit www.isupportbrighton.com for some-more information. Organizer contend their “pursuit is truly ‘Never Forget’ and (to) remember those heroes of that day.”

Sept. 6: Golf hasten — The Pinckney Masker’s Golf Scramble starts with a shotgun start during 9 a.m. during Rush Lake Hills Golf Course, easterly of Pinckney during 3199 Rush Lake Road in Hamburg Township. Proceeds will support a Pinckney Players Community Theatre and a Pinckney Boy’s Golf Team. Cost is $90 per person; $360 for a organisation of 4 people and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, drink on a course, lunch during a spin and a beef cooking catered by Pinckney Pub Grill. Cost for dinner-only guest is $25. The eventuality will also have live party during cooking featuring a expel and songs from “A Funny Thing Happened on a Way to a Forum.” Call 313-702-2979 or email msrmrut@chartermi.net for some-more information.

Sept. 6: Acoustic mic night — The Livingston Players horde an acoustic propitious pull open mic night starting during 9 p.m. during a City of Brighton Arts Culture and History Center, 202 W. Main St. in Brighton. Three-song sets will offer hometown-talent entertainment. Performers’ names will go into a hat, with any strange combination achieved for a sketch of $100 during a finish of a evening. Artists contingency be benefaction to win. There is no cost to perform. Signup is for those age 16 and comparison and will open during 8 p.m. Call 810-923-2802 or revisit http-//www.livplayers.org for some-more information.

Sept. 6: Run for a Impact — Registration opens during 8 a.m. for a annual Run for a Impact 5K (3.1-mile) run/walk on a campus of Fowlerville Community Schools during 450 Hibbard St. in Fowlerville. The professionally-timed 5K competition stairs off during 9 a.m. and will be followed by a 100-yard fun lurch for kids. Early registration is $30; $35 with a T-shirt. Registration cost is $35 after Aug. 23 and will not embody a T-shirt. The 100-yard lurch for children is $10. The Family Impact Center is a Christian-based classification that serves people and families in need with a client-choice food pantry, educational resources, support groups, conversing and mentoring services. Visit www.familyimpactcenter.org, www.playmakers.com or www.active.com to register. Call 517-223-4428 for some-more information.

Sept. 6: Motorcycling — The new internal non-denominational Living Word Riders meets from 9-10 a.m. a initial Saturday of any month during 2/42 Community Center during 7526 Grand River Ave. in Brighton. The assembly is customarily followed by a float of 40-100 miles. The organisation is a Chapter of a inhabitant and general Christian Motorcyclist Association and has programs for girl and off-road riders. Call Bob Knapp during 810-908-9417 or revisit CMAUSA.org for some-more information.

Sept. 6,7: Dawn Patrol — The Fowlerville Rotary Club’s annual Dawn Patrol takes place during Maple Grove Airport, north of Fowlerville on Sherwood Road in Conway Township. The party has no set starting time. Fly-ins from some-more than 200 personal aircraft are expected; a Capital City Sky Divers will perform, continue needing and countless WWII fight birds will be coming. An all-you-can-eat breakfast runs from 7-11 a.m. Sept. 7. Cost is $8 for adults or $5 for children younger than 13. Free camping for those with tents and campers is available. No reservation is required; mail cnewstead@fnbh.com for some-more details. Call 517-540-6303 or 517-223-7809 for some-more information.

Sept. 7: Farmers’ markets — The Howell marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. nearby a intersection of State and Clinton streets adjacent to a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell. The Green Oak Township marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a lot adjacent to Green Oak Township Fire hire No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Ave.

Sept. 7: Tour — The River Community Church will give guided tours of a a new church campus underneath construction during 8357 Highland Road in Hartland Township. Tours will embody a lobby, a auditorium that has a capability of doing outward groups who wish to use it for theater, and a children’s wing. There will be a aptness trail, a place for marriage ceremonies, a mountain for a toboggan run and more. Call 810-991-1116 or revisit http-//theriveron59.com for some-more information.

Sept. 7: Breakfast — St. Mary’s Men’s Club serves a nation character breakfast from 8:30-11 a.m. during a St. Mary’s Parish, south of M-36 during 10601 Dexter-Pinckney Road in Putnam Township. In further to normal breakfast items, a menu includes quiche and a waffle station. There will be some live low-pitched party by Patrick Rutkowski and there will also be mixed raffles. Call 734-878-3161 for some-more information.

Sept. 7: Archery glow — The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club binds a 3D archery glow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. during a club, 6060 E. M-36 in Hamburg Township. The march includes 30 targets including 6 towering stands and 4 H2O shots. No crossbows are authorised on a course. Cost is $8 per chairman with a $1 bonus for Michigan Bow Hunter Members with card. Call 810-231-1811 for some-more information.

Sept. 7: Outdoors — Volunteers are indispensable to assistance mislay invasive category from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Brighton Recreation Area. Meet during a opening on Teahen Road in Green Oak Township. Visit www.michigan.gov/dnrvolunteers and follow a integrate to “Calendar of Volunteer Stewardship Workdays” for sum and signup information. Contact Laurel Malvitz during 248-359-9057 or malvitzl@michigan.gov for some-more information.

Sept. 8: Female veterans support — Women Supporting Women Veterans will accommodate during 2/42 Community Church, 7526 W. Grand River Ave. in Brighton. Networking starts during 6:30 p..m. followed by a module featuring a masculine troops maestro who will plead his troops passionate trauma, or MST. There is no assign to attend, yet reservations are compulsory for formulation purposes. Call 810-599-6014 or email wswvets@gmail.com to haven a seat.

Sept. 8: Open operation — The Livingston Symphony Orchestra binds open rehearsals during 7 p.m. in a song room during 2/42 Community Church during 7526 W. Grand River Ave. in Brighton. Rehearsals are for trumpet, french horn, percussion, and all fibre instruments, quite double bass. The rope is open to all area residents and all age groups including high schoolers. No appointment is compulsory and auditions are not a requirement for open operation participation. Additional open rehearsals will be hold Sept. 15, 22 and 29. Visit LSO.org or call 517-223-7191 for some-more information.

Sept. 10: School success convention — Livingston Learning Center and Sagacity Therapy Services presents Back to School Success, a giveaway convention during that runs from 6:30-8:30 p.m. during Centerpointe Church, 214 E. Brooks St. in Howell. Topics will embody screen-time boundaries, investigate skills, scheming for destiny educational success, and long-term college planning. Call 810-701-2579 or see www.livingstonlearningcenter.com for some-more information.

Sept. 10: Jazz @ a Pond — 2 Stones Events’ Jazz @ a Pond array wraps adult with a opening by Rhythm Society Orchestra with Paul King from 7-9 p.m. during a Mill Pond in downtown Brighton. A giveaway educational member by a organisation for students in core school, high propagandize and college, and others meddlesome in a genre starts during 6 p.m. during a City of Brighton Arts, History and Culture Center, 202 W. Main St. in Brighton. Visit http-//www.2stonesevents.com for some-more information.

Sept. 10:Photography — Livingston County Photographers Group will accommodate during 7 p.m. during The Genoa Medical Center, west of Brighton during 2305 Genoa Business Park Drive in Genoa Township. The organisation is open to photography enthusiasts of all ability levels. For some-more information, call Richard Lim during 248-921-8546, email Richard@RichardLim.US or revisit www.LivCoPhotographers.com.

Sept. 11: 9/11 rite — The open is invited to a Brighton Area Fire Department’s reverence to depressed heroes. The dialect will binds a annual 911 Tribute to Our Fallen Heroes during 7:30 p.m. during a categorical hire during 615 W. Grand River Ave. in downtown Brighton. Officials pronounced their “pursuit is truly ‘Never Forget’ and (to) remember those heroes of that day.”Parking is accessible during adjacent lots to a glow station. Staff will be around to approach those attending. The dialect is also hosting a 5K walk/run during 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 6. Many firefighters will run/walk in full audience rigging in respect of one of a 343 firefighters that died in a Sep militant attacks. Check-in for a walk/run is 8 a.m. with runners start time during 9 a.m. and walkers during 9:05 a.m. Water and Gatorade will be granted during a race, that starts during a Mill Pond and finishes during a 9011 Memorial. There is a $25 registration after a $15 benefaction savings. Details and registration can be found during www.isupportbrighton.com.

Sept. 11: Septic complement upkeep — The Livingston County Department of Public Health presents a giveaway seminar on septic complement upkeep from 6-8 p.m. nearby Brighton during a Green Oak Township Hall, 10001 Silver Lake Road. The seminar will cover topics on how a septic complement works, signs of disaster and intensity environmental and health impacts, correct complement maintenance, what to do if your complement fails, choice diagnosis options and information on septic permits and a investigation process. Registration is required. Educational handouts will be provided. To register, revisit http-//events.anr.msu.edu/septicworkshopSept.11/ or call 248-858-0887.

Sept. 11: Gardening — The Brighton Garden Club will horde guest orator Scott Stokes from Southern Exposure Herb Farm in Battle Creek. The assembly starts during 10:30 a.m. during a Brighton Community Center, 555 Brighton St. in Brighton. Call 810-229-6694 for some-more information.

Sept. 11: Parents Affected by Addiction of Livingston County Key Development Center will benefaction Parents Affected by Addiction of Livingston County, or PAAL, a support organisation for a relatives and desired ones of those who are struggling with an addiction. The organisation meets bi-weekly on Thursdays from 5-6:30 p.m. during Key Development Center, Inc. 2060 Grand River Annex, Suite 500, Brighton. For some-more information call Key Development Center during 810-220-8192.

Sept. 12: Barn dance, grill — A stable dance runs from 6-9 p.m. during 10222 Chase Lake Road north of Fowlerville. The fundraising eventuality for Christian Resources International will underline live song by a Michael Maher Band, a grill cooking and games. Tickets are $25 any and are accessible by job CRI during 517-223-3193. Tickets can also be purchased during a doorway with cash, credit or withdraw cards.

Sept. 12: Divorce and Beyond — Livingston County Catholic Charities is benefaction a 10-week module for people who are experiencing divorce or separation. Divorce and Beyond will be hold from 7-8:30 p.m. Fridays Sept. 12 by Nov. 14 during St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church, 2201 S. Old U.S. 23 in Brighton Township. Divorce and Beyond is for people who are divorced or who have filed for divorce. The module examines what happens to many spouses going by a marital breakup. It helps participants know what they are going through, and it suggests activities for creation divorce a expansion experience. Topics will embody a routine of divorce, self-image, stress, anger, blame, guilt, loneliness, forgiveness, complacency and pathways to growth. For attendees with school-age children, 3 sessions will privately residence a needs of children. There is a $10 cost for a module to cover a cost of materials. Registration is required. For some-more information, call 810-229-8624.

Sept. 12 – Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Sept. 13: Denim Diamonds — The annual fundraiser for LACASA takes place from 6-10 p.m. during a plantation of Steven Bearden and Gwen Haggerty-Bearden in Marion Township. The jeans-preferred eventuality is an eve of music, dancing, down-home cooking and party including a Wild West gambling barn, a Dazzling Diamond Raffle and selling during a Calico General Store. A country-style cooking includes grill offerings, salads, vegetables and desserts. An equestrian uncover starts during 6:30 p.m. featuring roving exercices and synchronized performances. Line-dancing will also be hold with song by country-rock rope Kari Holmes and The Modern Day Drifters. Tickets are $100 and embody parking, cheuffer automobile rides, dinner, drinks, gambling rob starter kits and entertainment. Tickets are accessible during http-//www.lacasacenter.org; in Brighton during Cooper Binkley Jewelers; and in Howell during LACASA and Howell Western Wear. LACASA is a preserve for victims of domestic abuse and passionate attack that also provides prevention, preparation and recognition programs to strengthen families and make a encampment safer. Call 517-548-1350 or email kmasters@lacasacenter.org for some-more information.

Sept. 13: Chocolate travel fundraiser —The annual Run for Their Lives 5C Walk to advantage Pregnancy Help Clinic stairs off during 9:30 a.m. during Brighton Nazarene Church, 7669 Brighton Road in Genoa Township. Participants will take a two-mile travel by downtown Brighton with 5 stops for chocolate during participating merchants. The travel ends during a Mill Pond Gazebo for a opening by The City of Nations. Cost is $20 for a initial hiker and $10 for any additional family or organisation member. Cost includes a tradition T-shirt, 5 chocolate passes and a chocolate value map. T-shirts are not guaranteed for event-day registrants. Participants who lift pledges will be authorised for prizes. Proceeds from a eventuality advantage families in predicament and in need, providing mentoring, parenting education, diapers, food, formula, wardrobe and tot equipment. Register during http-//www.pregnancyhelpclinic.com/runfortheirlives. Call 810-494-5433 for some-more information.

Sept. 13: Dogfest 2014 — The annual Dogfest jubilee for dogs, dog lovers and their families runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 14 during Arise Church Community Dog Park, south of M-36 during 11211 Dexter-Pinckney Road in Putnam Township. Admission is $10 per automobile or $5 per automobile with an onsite concession of dog food for a Pet Pantry during Gleaners Community Food Bank. Proceeds are used for alleviation to a dog park and destiny Dogfest events. Team Zoom, a fantastic dog accumulation uncover will perform and Charlie Linblade, a nationally famous gun dog trainer, will be doing a dog sport demo with live quail. There are contests for dogs, child accessible activities, including a 4H Dog Show and a dog dress parade. Dog vendors have giveaway giveaways while they last. The family-friendly eventuality will also embody live low-pitched entertainment. Lunch is accessible on site during a Doghouse Cafe. The eventuality is smoke- and alcohol-free. All non-aggressive dogs, toward both other dogs and people, on a control 6 feet or shorter are acquire to attend. The sleet date is Sept. 27. Visit http-//www.pinckneydogfest.com, call 313-613-5643 or email arisedogpark@hotmail.com for some-more information.

Sept. 13: Chicken cooking — Plainfield United Methodist Church, north of Gregory during 17845 M-36 in Unadilla Township, serves duck and biscuit suppers starting during 5 p.m. for a donation. Takeouts are available. Call 517-851-8932 for some-more information.

Sept. 13: Outdoors — Volunteers are indispensable to assistance mislay invasive category from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Island Lake Recreation during 12950 Grand River Road, south of I-96 nearby Kensington Road in Green Oak Township. Meet during a Meadow Picnic Area parking lot. Visit www.michigan.gov/dnrvolunteers and follow a integrate to “Calendar of Volunteer Stewardship Workdays” for sum and signup information. Contact Laurel Malvitz during 248-359-9057 or malvitzl@michigan.gov for some-more information.

Sept. 13: Farmers’ markets — The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is coop from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Sept. 13: Poker run — 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 gymnasium for a 4 p.m. cooking with a income 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 — 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 ntfglf@sbcglobal.net to register. Visit brightonlibraryinfo/FOL for some-more information.

Sept. 13: Large object rabble day — 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.

Sept. 14: Farmers’ markets — The Howell marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. nearby a intersection of State and Clinton streets adjacent to a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell. The Green Oak Township marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a lot adjacent to Green Oak Township Fire hire No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Ave.

Sept. 14: Walk to End Alzheimer’s — Registration opens during noon for annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Brighton during Mill Pond Park in downtown Brighton. The travel starts during 1 p.m. The travel includes a 1.5-mile and a 3-mile route. Join a organisation or form your possess team. Call 800-272-3900 or revisit act.alz.org/brighton for some-more information.

Sept. 14: Charity golf tour — Registration opens during noon followed by a shotgun start during 1 p.m. for The Livingston County Ultrasound Initiative’s benefaction golf tour during Whispering Pines Golf Club, south of M-36 during 2500 Whispering Pines Drive in Hamburg Township. Cost is $75 per golfer and includes 18 holes of golf with cart, lunch during a turn; and a duck and salmon smorgasboard dinner. Cost for dinner-only guest is $30. Contact T.Donovan@mikofc.org for some-more information.

Sept. 14: Open lift luncheon — The nonprofit Michigan Open Carry classification will horde a lunch for families during 1:30 p.m. George’s Coney Grill, nearby M-59 and N. Michigan Ave. during 138 W. Highland Road in Howell. A deputy of Michigan Open Carry will be during a eventuality to yield information and answer questions about Michigan laws regarding to plainly carrying firearms. Lawful open lift of a holstered handgun is encouraged, yet it is not required. Contact Mike Perchard during mperchard@miopencarry.org or revisit http-//www.miopencarry.org for some-more information.

Sept. 14: Archery glow — The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club binds a 3D archery glow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. during a club, 6060 E. M-36 in Hamburg Township. The march includes 30 targets including 6 towering stands and 4 H2O shots. No crossbows are authorised on a course. Cost is $8 per chairman with a $1 bonus for Michigan Bow Hunter Members with card. Call 810-231-1811 for some-more information.

Sept. 15: Open operation — The Livingston Symphony Orchestra binds open rehearsals during 7 p.m. in a song room during 2/42 Community Church during 7526 W. Grand River Ave. in Brighton. Rehearsals are for trumpet, french horn, percussion, and all fibre instruments, quite double bass. The rope is open to all area residents and all age groups including highschoolers. No appointment is compulsory and auditions are not a requirement for open operation participation. Additional open rehearsals will be hold Sept. 22 and 29. Visit LSO.org or call 517-223-7191 for some-more information.

Sept. 16: Free wardrobe — The Gregory Community Clothes Closet will be open from 6-8 p.m. during 126 Church St. in Unadilla Township. Free wardrobe in all sizes is accessible for families. Call 734-498-2591 or email info@gregorycc.org for some-more information.

Sept. 16: Foster caring march — Foster Care Orientation. Livingston County Catholic Charities is benefaction a one-session march for people meddlesome in training some-more about encourage care. The march runs from 6-8 p.m. during a LCCC office, 2020 E. Grand River, Suite 104, in Howell. The organisation is seeking to boost a array of accessible encourage homes in Livingston County to offer a flourishing array of children entering encourage care. There are not adequate internal homes to accommodate abused and/or neglected children to keep them tighten to their home of start in sequence to say fortitude in their lives. Additional orientations are scheduled for Oct. 21, Nov. 18 and Dec. 16. To haven a chair for one of these dates, call 517-545-5944.

Sept. 18: Music — The giveaway Mountain Club song array wraps adult a deteriorate with a song of Hype Syndicate from 6-10 p.m. on a square during Mt. Brighton, 4141 Bauer Road in Genoa Township.

Sept. 19: Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Sept. 19:Rummage sale — Grace Lutheran Church during 312 Prospect St. in Howell binds a rummage sale from 4-7 p.m. Friday; and from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. Items are half cost on Saturday. Call 517-546-3350 for some-more information.

Sept. 20: Free dental day — Kellogg Dental and a Kellogg Family Dental Foundation will yield giveaway dental caring to those in need from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 20 during 1250 Byron Road in Howell in a sixth annual Dentistry From a Heart event. Registration opens during 7 a.m. Patients will be seen on a first-come, first-served basement behaving one use — teeth cleaning fillings or extractions — for any patient. This year’s eventuality will also embody giveaway OralID verbal cancer screenings. Dentistry From a Heart is a national, nonprofit classification with a elementary mission- creation people smile. Founded in 2001, a classification was combined to assist those in need, including a flourishing competition of Americans who don’t have dental coverage. For some-more information, revisit www.dentistryfromtheheart.org.

Sept. 20: Hartland Heritage Day — Hartland Heritage Day, a annual jubilee of a bequest and traditions of Hartland Township residents past and present, takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday in a encampment area of a township. Events embody a quilt-and-fiber show; tours of a song gymnasium and cemetery; museum activities; live music; a print contest; a 4-H petting zoo; old-fashioned house games; tractor tours of a village; hands-on tiny joist support barn-building and a Hartland Historical Society eve potluck dinner. Visit http-//www.hartlandcommunitycouncil.org for some-more details.

Sept. 20: Fall festival — St. Paul Lutheran Church during 7701 E. M-36 in Hamburg binds a annual tumble festival from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The family-friendly eventuality will underline giveaway fair games with prizes, inflatables, grass diversion tournaments and more. Lunch is accessible for a concession from 11;30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call 810-231-1033 or email st.paul@stpaulhamburg.com for some-more information.

Sept. 20: House of Healing 5K — First Presbyterian Church of Brighton binds a initial House of Healing 5K Run/Walk and Fun Run during Bishop Lake in a Brighton Recreation Area, one half-mile easterly of Chilson Road during 5210 Bishop Lake Road in Genoa Township. Proceeds from a eventuality will advantage House of Healing, an independent, nonprofit substructure combined to build and means a health hospital and guesthouse in San Luca Toliman, Guatemala. Check-in opens during 7-30 a.m. followed by a 5K (3.1-mile) footrace during 9 a.m. and a one-mile fun run during 10 a.m. Advance registration is $25 for a footrace and $15 for a fun run with a $50 cost limit per family. There will also be giveaway refreshments, children’s games and other activities. Call Andrea Campbell during 517-420-2244 for some-more information. Visit www.houseofhealing.org for some-more information on a foundation.

Sept. 20 :Class reunion — Brighton High School Class of 1984 will applaud a 30th reunion Sept. 20 during Brighton area’s Oak Pointe Country Club, easterly of Chilson Road during 4500 Club Drive in Genoa Township. Cost is $49 per chairman payable in advance. For some-more sum hit Sally Rector-Langley during sally@langleyworld.com.

Sept. 20: Farmers’ markets —The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Sept. 20: Mom-to-mom sale — The Livingston Area Parents of Multiples binds a sale for moms from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. easterly of Howell during a Knights of Columbus Hall, 3555 E. Grand River Ave. in Genoa Township. Admission is $1. Admission is $3 for a early bird sale that opens during 8-30 a.m. Purchases can be done in income or with credit card. Strollers are welcome. Call 810-844-1164 for some-more information.

Sept. 20: Save a Wildlife 5K Run/Walk — The Howell Conference and Nature Center’s Save a Wildlife 5K (3.1-mile) Trail Run/Walk to advantage a wildlife reconstruction stairs off during 11 a.m. during a center, 1005 Triangle Lake Road in Marion Township. Registration opens during 9 a.m. Early registration is $25 for a 5K or $15 for a 1-mile wildlife walk. Group-rate registration for 4 runners for a 5K run/walk is $75. Registration after Sept. 18 is $5 some-more for a run/walk; and $90 for a organisation rate. Awards and refreshments follow a race. Call 517-546-0249 or revisit http-//www.howellnaturecenter.org for some-more details.

Sept. 20, 21: Flea marketplace — The Livingston A’s Model A Restorers Club binds a annual barter accommodate this weekend during a Fowlerville Fairgrounds, west of a Village of Fowlerville during 8800 W. Grand River Ave. in Handy Township. Hours are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 20 and from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 21. Dealer set-up is from 2-5 p.m. Sept. 19. Early space registration is $25 for dual days; $30 during a gate. There is a assign of $10 per automobile for a automobile corral. Admission for a open is $3 for adults. Children underneath 12 are certified giveaway if accompanied by an adult. Call 517-672-2855 or 517-548-1882 for some-more information.

Sept. 21: Farmers’ marketplace — The Howell marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. nearby a intersection of State and Clinton streets adjacent to a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell. The Green Oak Township marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a lot adjacent to Green Oak Township Fire hire No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Ave.

Sept. 21: Suicide impediment travel — The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s annual Out of a Darkness Walk stairs off during 1:15 p.m. on Maple Beach during Kensington Metropark, a few miles easterly of Brighton during 2240 W. Buno Road in Brighton Township. Check-in for a 3- to 5-mile travel runs from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The eventuality includes food, guest speakers and raffles. Participants can travel away or as partial of a team. Virtual walkers are also welcome. Visit afsp.donordrive.com or call 810-355-6276 for some-more information.

Sept. 21: Music, dancing — The Blue Notes play song from a 1940s and over from 3-7 p.m. during Howell Eagles Aerie 3607, south of Interstate 96 during 141 Schroeder Park Drive in Marion Township. Admission is $5. Food and beverages are accessible for purchase. Call 517-548-1630 or 517-548-4313 for some-more information.

Sept. 21: Archery glow — The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club binds a 3D archery glow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. during a club, 6060 E. M-36 in Hamburg Township. The march includes 30 targets including 6 towering stands and 4 H2O shots. No crossbows are authorised on a course. Cost is $8 per chairman with a $1 bonus for Michigan Bow Hunter Members with card. Call 810-231-1811 for some-more information.

Sept. 21: Outdoors — Volunteers are indispensable to assistance mislay invasive category from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Pinckney Recreation Area, south of M-36 in Putnam Township. Meet during a Halfmoon Lake parking lot closest to Hankerd Road. Visit www.michigan.gov/dnrvolunteers and follow a integrate to “Calendar of Volunteer Stewardship Workdays” for sum and signup information. Contact Laurel Malvitz during 248-359-9057 or malvitzl@michigan.gov for some-more information.

Sept. 22: Open operation —The Livingston Symphony Orchestra binds open rehearsals during 7 p.m. in a song room during 2/42 Community Church during 7526 W. Grand River Ave. in Brighton. Rehearsals are for trumpet, french horn, percussion, and all fibre instruments, quite double bass. The rope is open to all area residents and all age groups including highschoolers. No appointment is compulsory and auditions are not a requirement for open operation participation. An open operation will be also be hold Sept. 29. Visit LSO.org or call 517-223-7191 for some-more information.

Sept. 23: Chicken cooking — The American Legion Devereaux Post 141 during 3265 W. Grand River Ave. during M-59 in Howell Township serves duck dinners from 5-8 p.m. Cost is $8 per person. The cooking includes 4 pieces of chicken, cole slaw, hurl and choice of crushed potatoes or broasted fries. Al la grant apparatus are also available. Call 517-546-2534 for some-more information.

Sept. 24: Medicare assistance category — The Area Agency on Aging 1-B (AAA 1-B) Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) continues a giveaway monthly educational array on Medicare during a Brighton District Library during 100 Library Drive, Brighton. Long Term Care – Who Pays? runs from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. with a doubt and answer duration afterward. A module on a 2015 changes to Medicare and open enrollment” will be presented Oct. 27. To haven a seat, call a library during 810-229-6571. For some-more information about a array or a AAA 1-B MMAP service, call 800-803-7174.

Sept. 25: Parents Affected by Addiction of Livingston County — Key Development Center will benefaction Parents Affected by Addiction of Livingston County, or PAAL, a support organisation for a relatives and desired ones of those who are struggling with an addiction. The organisation meets bi-weekly on Thursdays from 5-6:30 p.m. during Key Development Center, Inc. 2060 Grand River Annex, Suite 500, Brighton. For some-more information call Key Development Center during 810-220-8192.

Sept. 26: Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Sept. 27: Farmers’ markets — The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Sept. 27: Fishing for a Cure — The annual Fishing for a Cure fundraiser for youthful diabetes runs from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. during Kent Lake during Kensington Metropark, 2240 W. Buno Road nearby Brighton. Registration opens during 5-30 a.m. during a west vessel launch. Cost is $100 per vessel for 1-2 anglers. Prizes embody a $1,000 purse, benefaction certificate and esteem packages. Call Michele Eichstead during 734-660-2574 or email me_lynn07@yahoo.com for some-more information.

Sept. 28: Archery glow — The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club binds a 3D archery glow from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. during a club, 6060 E. M-36 in Hamburg Township. The march includes 30 targets including 6 towering stands and 4 H2O shots. No crossbows are authorised on a course. Cost is $8 per chairman with a $1 bonus for Michigan Bow Hunter Members with card. Call 810-231-1811 for some-more information.

Sept. 29: Open operation — The Livingston Symphony Orchestra binds open rehearsals during 7 p.m. in a song room during 2/42 Community Church during 7526 W. Grand River Ave. in Brighton. Rehearsals are for trumpet, french horn, percussion, and all fibre instruments, quite double bass. The rope is open to all area residents and all age groups including high schoolers. No appointment is compulsory and auditions are not a requirement for open operation participation. Visit LSO.org or call 517-223-7191 for some-more information.

Oct. 1: Garden-to-table food seminar — MSU Extension Livingston County binds a seminar on base vegetables from 6-8 p.m. during 2300 E. Grand River Ave. in Howell. Educators will lead participants by growing, scheming and storage of a accumulation of base vegetables. Attendees will also see cooking demonstrations for easy to ready dishes. Space is singular to 30 people. Cost is $20. Register during http-//events.anr.msu.edu/growitall2014/ or call 517-546-3950 for some-more information.

Oct. 3: Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Oct. 3: Food, auction fundraiser — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Livingston County binds a fundraiser from 7-10 p.m. during Oak Pointe Country Club, easterly of Chilson Road during 4500 Club Drive in Genoa Township. The eventuality facilities prohibited and cold hors d’oeuvres and desserts, Cash bar use is available. Tickets are $40 per person; $75 per couple. Cost is $10 some-more during a door. Call 517-546-1140 for some-more information.

Oct. 4: Wags ‘N’ Whiskers Gala — Friends of a Livingston County Animal Shelter hosts a celebration that will advantage a Livingston County Humane Society. The eventuality starts during 6 p.m. easterly of Howell during a Johnson Center on a campus of Cleary University, 3750 Cleary Dr., Genoa Township. Tickets are $50 per chairman and includes food, music, dance, 50/50 raffle and a wordless auction. Cash bar use is available. Call Beth Gibson during 352-223-9769 or revisit www.facebook.com/livingstonfriends for some-more information.

Oct. 4: Farmers’ markets — The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is coop from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Oct. 5: Farmers’ marketplace — The Howell marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. nearby a intersection of State and Clinton streets adjacent to a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell. The Green Oak Township marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a lot adjacent to Green Oak Township Fire hire No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Ave.

Oct. 7: Focus on Life Dinner — Right to Life- Livingston County, Inc. binds a annual Focus on Life Dinner from 6:30-9:30 p.m. during Crystal Gardens, easterly of Howell during 5768 E. Grand River Ave. in Genoa Township. Guest orator for a eventuality will be WMUZ – 103.5 FM Detroit Radio speak uncover horde Bob Dutco. Dutco is a former National Press Secretary for Christian Coalition and author of a Christian Apologetics array “Top Ten Proofs.” Jason Negri, partner executive of Patient Rights Council, will offer as speaker for a event. Tickets are $50 per chairman or $50 for a list for 10 people. Cost is $30 for students. Call 810-227-5788 or revisit www.righttolifelivingston.org for some-more information.

Oct. 10: Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Oct. 11: Farmers’ markets — The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is coop from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Oct. 12: Farmers’ markets — The Howell marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. nearby a intersection of State and Clinton streets adjacent to a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell. The Green Oak Township marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a lot adjacent to Green Oak Township Fire hire No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Ave.

Oct. 17: Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Oct. 18: Farmers’ markets — The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is coop from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Oct. 19: Farmers’ markets — The Howell marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. nearby a intersection of State and Clinton streets adjacent to a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell. The Green Oak Township marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a lot adjacent to Green Oak Township Fire hire No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Ave.

Oct. 19: 5K Zombie Run and Monster Mile — The Pinckney High School varsity pom organisation hosts a 5K (3.1-mile) run and one-mile beast mile to lift income to attend competitions they have been invited to, including trips to New York and California. A apportionment of a deduction will be donated to Recreate Pinckney. The eventuality is during a Pinckney High School football field. Onsite registration starts during 6:45 a.m. with using waves commencement during 9 a.m. For runners looking for a challenge, there is a condemned timberland and obstacles course. Live onstage song and party by EVIX during a start and finish of a run. Cost is $35 for zombie runners and $20 for beast milers. Participants who register by Oct. 1 will accept a T-shirt. To register early, https-//runsignup.com/Race/MI/Pinckney/ZombieFunRunandKidDash

Oct. 19: Benefit travel — The Brighton-area CROP Walk will step off during 2 p.m. during First Presbyterian Church of Brighton, 300 E. Grand River Ave. in Brighton. Registration opens during 1:30 p.m. for a 5K (3.1-mile) walk. CROP stands for Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty, an commencement of Church World Service, that distributes donations worldwide to areas battling craving and poverty. Walkers are speedy to collect donations. For some-more information or to volunteer, call Pauline Druschel during 810-225-0840 or Mary Kushner during 810-599-5195.

Oct. 19: Harvest Dance (in memory of Doc May) — The Howell Eagles Aerie 3607 horde a annual Harvest Dance in memory of Doc May during a bar south of Interstate 96 during 141 Schroeder Park Drive in Marion Township. The Blue Notes will play song for party and dancing from a 1940s and over from 3-7 p.m. Admission is $5. Food and beverages are accessible for purchase. Monetary donations will be supposed for Gleaners Community Food Bank. Call 517-548-1630 or 517-548-4313 for some-more information.

Oct. 21: Foster caring march — Livingston County Catholic Charities is benefaction a one-session march for people meddlesome in training some-more about encourage care. The march runs from 6-8 p.m. during a LCCC office, 2020 E. Grand River, Suite 104, in Howell. The organisation is seeking to boost a array of accessible encourage homes in Livingston County to offer a flourishing array of children entering encourage care. There are not adequate internal homes to accommodate abused and/or neglected children to keep them tighten to their home of start in sequence to say fortitude in their lives. Additional orientations are scheduled for Nov. 18 and Dec. 16. To haven a chair for one of these dates, call 517-545-5944.

Oct. 24: Farmers’ marketplace — The Fowlerville marketplace is open from 3-7 p.m. in a Downtown Development Authority parking lot, in a 200 retard of West Grand River Avenue.

Oct. 25: Farmers’ markets —— The Hartland marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. during a Hartland Educational Support Service Center, west of Old U.S. 23 during 9525 E. M-59. The Brighton marketplace is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in a metropolitan parking lot between Brighton City Hall and District Court during 200 N. First St. The Pinckney marketplace is coop from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Putnam Township Square in downtown Pinckney.

Oct. 25: Movies Under a Stars — Weather permitting, a Howell Area Parks and Recreation Authority’s Movies Under a Stars module will benefaction a giveaway screening of a film “The Adventures of Ichabod Mr. Toad during a outward amphitheater in front of a ancestral building in downtown Howell. The film starts during dusk. Bring something to lay on and cruise or snacks. There will be family activities before to a movie. Concessions will be accessible for purchase. Call 517-546-0693, ext. 0, or revisit www.howellrecreation.org for some-more information.

Oct. 26: Farmers’ markets — The Howell marketplace is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. nearby a intersection of State and Clinton streets adjacent to a ancestral Livingston County Courthouse in downtown Howell. The Green Oak Township marketplace is open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in a lot adjacent to Green Oak Township Fire hire No. 82, 11411 E. Grand River Ave.

Oct. 27: Medicare assistance category — The Area Agency on Aging 1-B (AAA 1-B) Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) continues a giveaway monthly educational array on Medicare during a Brighton District Library during 100 Library Drive, Brighton. The module on 2015 changes to Medicare and open enrollment runs from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. with a doubt and answer duration afterward. To haven a seat, call a library during 810-229-6571. For some-more information about a array or a AAA 1-B MMAP service, call 800-803-7174.

Nov. 4: Suicide support organisation — The organisation meets from 7-9 p.m. a initial Tuesday of any month in Community Rooms 1-3 of Saint Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital, 620 Byron Road, Howell. The module is open to anyone who has gifted a detriment by suicide. Call 517-552-7152 or 517-540-9037 for some-more information.

Nov. 15: Health — Women can get a giveaway mix screening from 1-5 p.m. during a U of M Student-Run Free Clinic, 103 E. Main St. in Pinckney. The exam is endorsed any 3 years for women ages 21-29; and any 5 years for women ages 30-65. Those with final names commencement with A to M should call 734-680-0804 to register. Those with final names commencement with N to Z should call 734-680-0887 to register.

Nov. 16: Music, dancing — The Blue Notes play song from a 1940s and over from 3-7 p.m. during Howell Eagles Aerie 3607, south of Interstate 96 during 141 Schroeder Park Drive in Marion Township. Admission is $5. Food and beverages are accessible for purchase. Call 517-548-1630 or 517-548-4313 for some-more information.

Nov. 18: Foster caring march — Livingston County Catholic Charities is benefaction a one-session march for people meddlesome in training some-more about encourage care. The march runs from 6-8 p.m. during a LCCC office, 2020 E. Grand River, Suite 104, in Howell. The organisation is seeking to boost a array of accessible encourage homes in Livingston County to offer a flourishing array of children entering encourage care. There are not adequate internal homes to accommodate abused and/or neglected children to keep them tighten to their home of start in sequence to say fortitude in their lives. To haven a seat, call 517-545-5944.

Nov. 30: Book-signing — Carriage House Designs during 119 N. Michigan Ave. in Howell will horde Melissa Gilbert, who will pointer copies of her new book, “My Prairie Cookbook.” Visit www.carriagehousedesigns.com for some-more information.

Dec. 2: Suicide support organisation — The organisation meets from 7-9 p.m. a initial Tuesday of any month in Community Rooms 1-3 of Saint Joseph Mercy Livingston Hospital, 620 Byron Road, Howell. The module is open to anyone who has gifted a detriment by suicide. Call 517-552-7152 or 517-540-9037 for some-more information.

Dec. 6: Craft uncover —Grace Lutheran Church during 312 Prospect St. in Howell binds an humanities and crafts uncover from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 517-546-3350 for some-more information.

Dec. 16: Foster caring march — Livingston County Catholic Charities is benefaction a one-session march for people meddlesome in training some-more about encourage care. The march runs from 6-8 p.m. during a LCCC office, 2020 E. Grand River, Suite 104, in Howell. The organisation is seeking to boost a array of accessible encourage homes in Livingston County to offer a flourishing array of children entering encourage care. There are not adequate internal homes to accommodate abused and/or neglected children to keep them tighten to their home of start in sequence to say fortitude in their lives. To haven a seat, call 517-545-5944.v

Dec. 21: Music, dancing — The Blue Notes play song from a 1940s and over from 3-7 p.m. during Howell Eagles Aerie 3607, south of Interstate 96 during 141 Schroeder Park Drive in Marion Township. Admission is $5. Food and beverages are accessible for purchase. Call 517-548-1630 or 517-548-4313 for some-more information.

Editor’s Note-

The Community Calendar is a inventory of nonprofit events occurring within Livingston County. To have your eventuality posted, email us during calendar@livingstondaily.com. Include a following information- Name of a event, purpose of a event, date(s), venue name and address, time(s), cost, highlights of a event, hit name and array for a public, email and/or website. Calendar submissions should be submitted a smallest of dual weeks in allege of a event. You will accept an acknowledgment of receipt within a few business days. We might ask for additional information during that time. Your eventuality will seem in a tough duplicate book of a journal a Sunday before to a eventuality date. It will seem on a website calendar within a few days after receipt. Business events should be submitted to business@livingstondaily.com. Call Diane Timlick during (517) 548-7148 if we need additional assistance.

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