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APRIL 2018

  • WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18TH: CAREGIVER SUPPORT GROUP - DEMENTIA SPECIFIC: The Caregiver Support Group meets at Be Our Guest Adult Day Center (a program of Livingston Cty. Catholic Charities), 2020 E. Grand River #103, Howell on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 4:30p – 6:00p. Join us to learn the latest techniques to care and support your loved one suffering with dementia and related diseases as well as tips on how to care for yourself and grow your support system. With prior notice, they also offer care for your loved one while you attend. Please call Suzi or Katie at 517-546-9910 for information or to notify staff your loved one will be in attendance
  • THURSDAY, APRIL 19TH: SECOND CHANCE SUPPORT NETWORK: Enjoy an evening of fellowship, touching testimonies and wonderful food at 2/42 Church in Brighton on April 19th at 6:15pm. Second Chance Support Network is a mentoring program for men and women getting out of jail or prison. By supporting Second Chance Support Network, you are helping people in our community to get support they need to get and stay in the right path to a bright future. There is no cost for the tickets, but they are asking everyone to please register online or call 810-522-8174 for more information. Visit event website for more details.
  • THURSDAY, APRIL 19TH: LIVINGTON REGIONAL JOB FAIR: Livingston Regional Job Fair is April 19th. During this event you can meet, talk, and network with some high quality, local employers that are looking to hire you. Online registration is required. For more information, visit the website. Visit event website for more details.
  • FRIDAY, APRIL 20TH: ELDER ABUSE, NEGLECT & FINANCIAL EXPLOITATION:Livingston County Action Against Elder Abuse will hold this event on Friday, April 20, 2018 from 9:00am to 3:15pm at the Livingston County EMS Building in Howell at 1911 Tooley Rd. Topics will include: Elder Abuse, Financial Exploitation and the Criminal Case; Vulnerable Adult Financial Exploitation; Legal Control: Guardianships, Conservatorships and Power of Attorney; and a Community Resource Panel. Register today. Visit event website for more details
  • FRIDAY, APRIL 20TH: EXCLUSIVE EVENING OF ART: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Brighton is hosting An Exclusive Evening of Art on Friday, April 20. The evening will include a silent auction with art donated by Marlin Fine Auctions, a Caribbean dinner for six, and other items donated by the community as well as a 50/50 raffle. Hors d'oeuvres, desserts, and beverages will be served beginning at 6pm and the art auction will begin at 7:00 p.m. Art in all media and price ranges will be available and major credit cards will be accepted. Eveyone is invited to attend. Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased online by visiting
  • FRIDAY, APRIL 20TH: PINCKNEY I2U TRAVEL BASEBALL EUCHRE TOURNAMENT:Pinckney 12U Travel Baseball Euchre Tournament Fundraiser is April 20, 6pm-6:45pm registration, play at 7pm. Cost is $30 per person at American Legion, Whitewood Rd, Pinckney. Contact: Kerry White at 734-904-2488 or
  • FRIDAY, APRIL 20TH: "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" At HARTLAND HIGH SCHOOL: Hartland High School Drama Club is proud to present the beautiful musical The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Come see the classic and powerful Victor Hugo story with Disney's songs for one of the first times on a Michigan high school stage. Shows are April 20th-22nd & 27th-29th at Hartland High School. Tickets are $15 for adults $13 for students/seniors and can be purchased at
  • SATURDAY, APRIL 21ST: ACT PRACTICE TEST AT BHS: An ACT Practice Test for middle & high school students will be held at the Brighton High School Cafeteria from 10am-2pm on April 21st. Same day scores & access to online tests and learning seminars. $35 fee to Rotary Scholarships. Visit the website or call 810-227-0656. Visit event website for more details
  • FRIDAY, APRIL 27TH: FREE FAMILY SCIENCE NIGHT: Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran School in Brighton invites you to their free Family Science Night on Friday, April 27th from 6pm-8pm. The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum delivers 20 interactive science and math activities geared toward the whole family. Launch antacid rockets, design a windmill, pierce a bag of water without getting wet, and more, right at Shepherd of the Lakes Lutheran School. The school is located at 2101 S. Hacker Rd., Brighton. Call 810-227-6473 or visit the website for more information. Visit event website for more details
  • SATURDAY, APRIL 21ST:  ALWAYS HOPE ANIMAL RECUE COMEDY NIGHT FUNDRAISER:   Always Hope Animal Rescue Comedy Night Fundraiser is Saturday April 21st at 8:30pm at Captain Joe's in Whitmore Lake. Tickets are $20 and limited. They also have door prizes, a silent auction and a 50/50 drawing, to benefit Always Hope Animal Rescue. Tickets can be purchased at

  • Find handmade garments, fiber & beaded jewelry, purses, quilts, baskets, cards, rugs, home decor & more. Also hand-dyed fabrics, plus cashmere, angora, alpaca & wool roving and handspun yarn. Held in the Bogie Lake Greenhouses, 1525 Bogie Lk. Rd. in White Lake. Free "Container Gardening" workshops. Free admission.
  • SATURDAY, APRIL 28TH: HABITAT FOR HUMANITY GALA EVENT:  Livingston County Habitat for Humanity will be hosting their gala event on Saturday, April 28th from 6-10pm at Cleary University's Johnson Center, in Howell. The evening will include a cocktail hour, an excellent dinner, entertainment by “THREE MEN and a TENOR”, and a live and silent auction. Emcee and auctioneer for the evening is the fabulous Chris Swanson; author, motivational speaker and Iron Man triathlete. For more information contact Karla Macelli at 810-220-9986 ext. 14. Visit event website for more details
MAY 2018
  • FRIDAY, MAY 4TH: AREA AGENCY ON AGING 1-B PUBLIC FORUM: The Area Agency on Aging 1-B (AAA 1-B) is holding a public forum on Friday, May 4 to get feedback on how approximately $22 million in annual federal and state funding earmarked for senior services in its six-county service region, which includes Livingston County, should be spent during Fiscal Year 2019. Seniors, family caregivers, senior advocates, senior care professionals and any other interested members of the public are invited to attend the forum, which will be held at 9:30am at the AAA 1-B Southfield office, located at 29100 Northwestern Highway, Suite 400. For more information on the forum, email Angela Dixon at For more information on the AAA 1-B or services for seniors in southeast Michigan, call 800-852-7795 or visit
  • FRIDAY, MAY 4TH: ARISE CHURCH BARN SALE: Arise Church Barn Sale In Pinckney is Friday, May 4th, 9-5pm and Saturday, May 5th, 9-3pm. Located 11211 Dexter-Pinckney Rd., Pinckney, one mile south of the Pinckney High School. $8 bag sale in the barn and antiques, collectibles and upscale clothing in the church building. Bag sale prices drop after noon on Saturday.
  • FRIDAY, MAY 4TH: MOTHER/SON DANCE: The Pinckney Knights of Columbus has re-scheduled their Mother Son Dance to May 4th, from 7pm-10pm. This will be held at St. Mary Catholic Church, 10601 Dexter Pinckney Road, in Pinckney. Cost is $8 per person or $22 per family and includes a D.J. for dancing, snacks, drinks and a photo booth which is new this year. Money raised goes to St. Mary School. Contact Kevin @734-646-2010, for more information.
  • FRIDAY, MAY 4TH: LCWCC CHICKEN, RIBS AND FISH DINNER:The Livingston County Wildlife and Conservation Club all you can eat fish, ribs and chicken dinner is May 4th at the club on M-36 in Hamburg. Serving from 5-8pm dinner includes: BBQ and oven fried bhicken, BBQ Ribs, fish, mac n' cheese, french fries, vegetable, cole slaw, rolls and butter, desserts. Coffee, lemonade and iced tea included in price. Adults $11; Seniors $10; Ages 6-12 $5; Ages 5 and under eat free. Cash bar available. Call 810-231-1811.
  • SATURDAY, MAY 5TH: MOTHER DAUGHTER TEA PARTY: Mother Daughter Tea Party will be held on May 5th. Come in your most girly outfit complete with boas, hats and gloves. Tea, punch, finger sandwiches and sweet treats will be provided. Special appearance by Maribeth Regnier. She will be showcasing her 180 fashion dolls in their hand knitted designs that replicate adult fashion. The exhibit shows the unique and extraordinary styles of clothing we have worn over our lifetimes and showcases our American experiences. Each outfit is hand knitted on miniature needles and is a must see for knitters, crafters, fashionistas, and doll lovers of all ages. Pre-registration only. This event will sell out. Call 810-299-4130 or visit the website. Visit event website for more details
  • SATURDAY, MAY 5TH: THOROUGHLY MODERN MUSICALS WITH LIVINGSTON COUNTY CHOIRS: On May 5th and 6th, join the Livingston County Choirs for ‘Thoroughly Modern Musicals’ featuring the Livingston County Women’s Chorus, Youth Choir, Ladies First and the Decibelles. Enjoy Broadway and listen to some of the best new songs from your favorite musicals at The Naz in Brighton. More showtimes at ticket info visit the website. Visit event website for more details
  • SATURDAY, MAY 5TH: AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS STEAK DINNER: American Legion Riders Chapter #419 Steak Dinner will be held May 5th, from 5pm-7:30pm at the Pinckney American Legion post, 9807 Whitewood Rd., Pinckney. Dinner is $14, includes steak, baked potato, salad, roll, baked beans and dessert. For more information call 734-878-9522 or Karl at 734-476-6534.
  • MONDAY, MAY 7TH: UNDERSTANDING INDIVIDUAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS: The ARC of Livingston presents a workshop to help you better understand the Individual Education Program (IEP) for children and youth who receive special education services. Register by May 1st with Kanika Littleon at 248-557-5070 ext 115 or online. Visit event website for more details
  • MONDAY, MAY 7TH: UNDERSTANDING THE OPIATE EPIDEMIC TODAY: Hear presentations about the nationwide Opiate Epidemic, and what our county is doing in response. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion about Livingston County’s actions to treat this epidemic. Panel speakers include State Representative Hank Vaupel, DEA Agent Rick Isaacson, Livingston County Undersheriff Jeff Warder, UFAM representative Scott Masi, and Presiding District Court Chief Judge Carol Sue Reader.

Updated April 17, 2018