Newsletters and Events – Week of March 24, 2019

By | March 23, 2019

Just click on the name of the newsletter or venue to be taken directly to it.  Some events planned are shown 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.


    • The global changes in the recycling market have negatively affected the entire country. All communities have been notified of a substantial increase in recycling costs, as China, who consumes a majority of the commodities globally, is no longer accepting recycling form the US and other countries. Area recycling facilities have dramatically raised their rates, as much as four times what they were charging previously. Due to the sudden increase in costs, communities are actively looking for alternate, more cost-effective, short and long term solutions for recycling. As we explore a variety of options for our residents, we ask that you continue to recycle, for now nothing has change in your service or cost. In an effort to make sure no recycling loads are rejected please be diligent in what you place in the recycling cart. Anything not on the acceptable list must never be placed in the cart. This causes contamination of the load and it will be rejected and sent to the landfill.The communities of Western Wayne County are working together as a region on both short-term and long-term solutions. In order to keep the process transparent, we will share information as it becomes available.
    • Began on March 18, 2019
    Wednesday – April 17th – 11:45 am to 1:30 pm
    Schoolcraft College – $40 per ticket
    • Come hear all about what’s happening with Northville Township, the Northville School District and the City of Northville.


    • In an effort to promote severe weather safety preparedness, a special test of the outdoor warning system will be held on Wednesday, March 27, 2019 at 1 p.m. The purpose of this test is to raise the awareness level of citizens and offer schools and businesses an opportunity to test their internal disaster plans during normal business hours.
      For more information visit

215 Griswold, Northville/(248)348-1845

  • Vintage Theater Lecture – Wednesday, March 27th – 8:30 pm
    • Join us at the New School Church to hear all about vintage theaters and their importance to communities. Our speaker is Ellen Elliott, Executive Director of the Penn Theater in Plymouth  She will talk about how vintage theaters played a role in shaping community culture and what continued value they bring to the towns they serve today. 
      Enjoy popcorn while you listen to Ellen’s enlightening talk. As always, there is no charge for the lecture, but reservations are encouraged so that we have enough chairs available. 
  • Docents Volunteers Welcome – Sunday, April 7th – 6 to 8 pm
Copy of A Northville Historical Society

215 West Cady Street/(248) 344-0497

  • 2019 Winter Art Class and Workshops
    • The Winter Brochure with the listing of classes can be found by clicking Here
  • NHS Students’ Art Exhibition – March 25th – April 17
    • This exhibition is the culmination of the International Baccalaureate Art experience for students at Northville High School. The students present a selection of their best work in the form of a curated final show, and defend and articulate their purpose and intention in a written rationale.

212 West Cady Street/248-349-3020 

  • Page to Stage – Hansel & Gretel with the Michigan Opera Theatre Saturday, March 30th – 2 to 4 pm
    • Michigan Opera Theatre artists explore the history behind some of the world’s best known fairy tales through musical selections froma range of operas and musicals— including MOT’s upcoming production of Hansel and Gretel. Family friendly! Register here.
  • Mark Twain with Russ Dore – Community Center – April 1st – 7 PM
    • In this presentation, we’ll meet the author of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Go back to 1900 to interact with Samuel and Livy Clemens. He will tell about his views on human nature, politics, travel, and fame. Together they will share humorous family stories and how they dealt with wealth, bankruptcy, and wealth regained. Register here.
  • Caring for Wayne County Kids – Community Ctr – April 15th – 7 PM
    • Historian Joe Oldenburg will present on the role youth assistance agencies played in the history and development of the Northville area. He’ll discuss how Hawthorn Center, Wayne County Training School, and the Plymouth State Home and Training Center have helped families in our area.

Community Center/303 W Main St/248-349-4144

Northville Senior Services is in need of a Telecare caller to make well being calls to seniors. If you enjoy making new friends and talking on the phone, your our person! Inquire at the Senior Services Desk if interested. Phone: 248-305-2581

  • Out to Lunch Bunch
    • Let’s do lunch! A local restaurant will be chosen and reserved for the group. Meet the group at 11:30 a.m. at the designated restaurant. Transportation and payment for your meal is on your own. Please register at the Northville Community Center desk in order to be included in the group reservation
      • Tuesday – April 9th: Moe’s on 10
  • Tiger’s Opening Day Indoor Tailgate Party – Thursday, April 4th – 12:30 pm
    • Come watch the game on the big screen in the banquet hall with other Tiger fans! We will serve hot dogs, potato salad, chips and pop for lunch. And yes, there will be apple pie and ice cream!!! We’ll play pass the hat and give away prizes throughout the game. Registration deadline: March 29th $5.00
  • NEW Bunco Weekly Play – Fridays 12: 30 to 3:30 pm
    • Bunco is an easy dice game to play with friends. Come learn how to play and stay to play. Invite your friends for an introductory round with snacks and beverages provided.
      • Introductory class: April 5 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. z
      • Weekly play starts April 12 12:30 – 3:30 p.m.
      • Fee: $1 drop-in
  • Friday Flicks – 1 pm
    • March 29: No Movie Handcrafter Fair
    • April 5th: The Old Man and the Gun
      • Based on the true-life exploits of bank robber Forrest Tucker, the serio-comic tale recounts his daring escape from prison at age 70 and the long string of heists that preceded the bandit’s final arrest at age 78.

20145 Beck Road/248-349-8390

361 East Cady Street/248-347-0003 

  • Popcorn Falls – March 28th – May 5th
    • The citizens of Popcorn Falls, better known as kernels, are in danger of having their town turned into a waste management site and theatre is the only way to save it! With only a week to work with, the Mayor of Popcorn Falls must bring the city together to put on the performance of a lifetime. 15 characters. 2 actors. 1 town. Popcorn Falls is the high stakes roller coaster of a performance you’ve never seen before.  Buy tickets here.
  • Jazz at the Point
    • One-night-only concerts featuring the finest musicians in the area. Tickets are $27 per show and can be purchased here!  You can purchase individual tickets or discounted tickets for the entire series
      • Saturday, May 18, 2019 – Paul Keller At Sundown
        Friday, July 19, 2019 – Brian Delaney Quartet


  • Showcase and Taste of Plymouth – Monday April 15th – 5 to 7:30 pm
    • The 30th Annual Showcase and Taste of Plymouth hosted by the Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce is coming to The Inn at St. John’s. Experience the taste of 20 local restaurants and visit the 75 business exhibitors, many who are offering raffle prize drawings. Along with community volunteer service awards, this event is a great celebration of all that is good about the Plymouth Community. Tickets are $12 each and can be purchased at the door, in advance at the Chamber office or by visiting:  2019 Showcase and Taste of Plymouth Tickets

Philpalooza with the Michigan Philharmoic – Sat, April 6th – 7:30 pm
Plymouth Arts and Recreational Center –

  • The big musical party continues, highlighting our local stars playing cool music with an urban vibe. To help us celebrate and “raise the roof”, we have several of our favorite guest artists and composers joining us! These guests include Saxophone virtuoso, Zach Shemon, who is fresh off his tour with the Prism Quartet, Detroit’s very own composer, Rick Robinson, and our friends from the Plymouth Community Band as they join the orchestra for a little Bernstein and John Williams.   Tickets:  General $30, Senior $25, Students $10 Visit: