Newsletter and Events Week of November 5, 2017

By | November 4, 2017

Related imageFor your reading enjoyment this week, just click on the name of the newsletter or venue  to be taken directly to it.  Some of the events planned are highlighted below but be sure to follow the links to insure that you are not missing out on any events that may be of special interest to you.

20501 Newburg/Livonia/248-477-7375

Treasures from Grandma’s Attic – Saturday, November 18th – 9am to 3pm   
A cornucopia of “treasures” will be at the Alexander Blue House including collectibles and some vintage items. Come shop from a variety of vendors.  You never know what you will find in “Grandma’s Attic.”


This is a new issue for the important upcoming holiday season so just to clicking on the name above to read the entire Nov/December issue.  Many special events and sales are planned in the next two months.

Orin Jewelers Ladies Night – November 10th, 5 – 9 pm
Join them for refreshments, special promotions, new jewelry collections, and enter to win a special piece of jewelry! No purchase necessary, just stop by to say hi and enter your name!

Open House Regarding Bond Proposal – Sunday, November 5th – 1 to 3 pm
Northville High School, 45700 Six Mile

An Open House will be held at Northville High School to provide information and discussion about the Northville Schools bond proposal.  According to the Northville School Board, the $104.85 million bond proposal on the Nov. 7 ballot will upgrade school facilities and sites, enhance existing building security, and provide modern learning environments throughout the district. The Board also estimates that the school district will be able to maintain the existing school debt levy (3.64 mills) and issue the bonds with no increase to the current debt millage rate.

Girls Night Out – Friday, Nov 10th – 5 to 9 pm
Gather your girlfriends for a night of new merchandise, special offers, giveaways and fun in Downtown Northville. Businesses are staying open late and preparing a special event for Girls’ Night Out.  Held only twice a year, shopping starts at 5 p.m. with special events, drawings and discounts at more than 50 retail stores. From art galleries and boutiques to stores that sell shoes, clothing, accessories and home goods, there’s something for women of all ages. After you’ve experienced our stores, visit one of our numerous bars and restaurants without having to move your car. Many restaurants are offering specials for Girls’ Night Out participants.
Northville Art House announces the Small Works Juried All-Media Exhibition – November 3 through Dec, 16th
Northville Art House/215 W. Cady Street/248-344-0497/Northville Art House website

The exhibition includes photography, paintings, ceramics, fibers, jewelry and more – all measure 12 inches or less in all dimensions. All works are for sale and most can be purchased for less than $300, making them perfect holiday gifts. Purchased art is available to take home starting on Dec. 1 at the First Friday Reception.  You can visit Tuesday through Friday from 12-5 p.m. and Saturdays from 12-4 p.m.  This is a great way to find a unique holiday gift for the person that has everything!

Northville Holiday Home tour tickets now on sale – Nov. 17th – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Nov. 18th – 10 am to 4 pm
Guests of the Holiday Home Tour will tour five beautiful, privately owned Northville homes that have been decorated for the holidays. Tickets for the 2017 Holiday Home Tour are $25 if purchased in advance by clicking here or by phone: 248-374-0200. Tickets are limited and the tour does sell out nearly every year. 

303 W Main St/248- 349-4140
This a brand new issue for the months of November and December so be sure to click on the title above to read the entire newsletter for services offered to seniors, exercise classes, cards and special events.
Medicare Enrollment  – Questions and Enrollment in MMAP – Mondays, November 6th, 13th and 20th – 10 am to noon
Medicare Annual enrollment period runs from October 15 through December 7.  On the below dates, MMAP will be available to:
1. Answer all your Medicare questions
2. Enroll you in Part D or Medicare Advantage Plan
3. Apply for Medicare Savings and Extra Help Program for Medicare Part D
Bring your Medicare card and list of your prescriptions. Please call 248-305-2851 to pre-register.
Friday Flicks at the Community Center – Friday, November 10th – 1 pm – Collateral Beauty: 2016 
With his life shattered by personal tragedy, advertising executive Howard Inlet is unable to break out of his deep depression. To help him, Howard’s colleagues
concoct an elaborate and unorthodox plan. Cast: Will Smith, Edward Norton, Keira Knight.
MotorCity Casino—Detroit – Tuesday, Dec 5th – 10 am to 4 pm
Try your luck at the MotorCity Casino in Detroit. You will have approximately 5 hours to play games, eat and explore the casino. The bus will depart at 10am from the parking lot across from the post office. Register today because there is limited space! $15 No refunds.
Cirque Du Soleil—Crystal—Little Caesars Arena – Saturday, Jan 13th, 1:45 to 6 pm
Crystal is not just an ice show, it’s the very first experience on ice from Cirque du Soleil. Watch world-class ice skaters and acrobats claim their new frozen playground with speed and fluidity as they challenge the laws of gravity with never-before-seen acrobatics. A new kind of performance as Cirque du Soleil meets the ice to defy all expectations. Trip includes: Transportation & show tickets. Meal on your own before the show at the new Little Caesars arena.
Registration Deadline: Nov. 16 $84.00.
361 East Cady Street/248-347-0003

Office Hours by Norm Foster – November 16th to December 23rd
Six different stories in six different offices across a city, cleverly intertwined into one hell of a good time. From an overweight jockey to a desperate movie producer, from a domineering mother to a Week-at-a-Glance salesman, the play’s characters are all intent on holding their lives together by keeping reality at bay.
Click here to reserve your seats online.

212 West Cady Street/248-349-3020

Rosie the Riveter – Tuesday, November 14th –  7 to 8:30 pm
This program will be a tribute to the women who put together the planes that carried the war to the enemy in World War II.  You will see and hear about the challenges and experiences of women working in the Willow Run Plant. There will be Tribute Rosie re-enactors as well as some of the Original Rosies at the program.

13th Annual Base Line Folk Society Acoustical Folk and Traditional Music Concert – Saturday, November 11th – 7 pm
JWH Center for the Arts/774 N. Sheldon, Plymouth, MI.

10 open mike spots from 7 to 8 pm with featured artists, Ray Hough and John Delle-Monache performing at 8 pm.
 A Culinary Demonstration by Mary Spencer “New Tastes for Thanksgiving” – Wednesday, November 8th – 6:45 pm
Old World Olive Company/467 Forest Ave, Plymouth/734-667-2755
  • Roasted Beets and Endive Salad with Strawberry Basil Vinaigrette
  • Mushroom and Farro Soup
  • Turkey Stuffing with Fig and Gremolata
  • Buttered Balsamic Mushrooms
  • Honey Crisp Apple Balsamic Caramel Bread Pudding
    $25/person (Advanced ticket sales only).

Holly Jolly Shopping Night – Thursday, November 9th – 5 to 9 pm
Downtown Plymouth

Main Street Tree Lighting and Salvation Army Red Kettle Kick Off – Friday, November 10th – 6:30 pm
Kellogg Park

Free hot chocolate, cookies, music by 104.3 WOMC, entertainment by the Salvation Army Brass Band.  Bring a non-perishable food item or toy to be entered for a chance to win a gift certificate from one of the many fine Plymouth businesses.

39221 Woodward Avenue/Bloomfield Hills/248- 645-3200

Chocolate: The Exhibition – Through January 7, 2018 
Every woman’s dream an exhibition about our favorite food – Chocolate !  You’ll explore the plant, the products, the history, and the culture of chocolate through the lenses of botany and ecology, anthropology and economics, conservation and popular culture.