Support Northville Businesses. Here’s a guide to the restaurants and bars in Downtown Northville . Several are in the Social District, which means you can consume alcoholic beverages purchased from participating businesses outdoors in the designated area (on Center Street and Main Street, marked by signs). Shops are also open with many offering their wares on the sidewalk in the Social District. All stores are practicing COVID-safety measures.
Heat in the Street. Northville is excited to announce the construction of 2 types of modular structures in the downtown Social District beginning the first week of December. The Pods will provide covered spaces for consuming food and beverages at a bar-height table. The Stands will be available for local restaurants to prepare and/or serve food. Both Pods and Stands are equipped with electric overhead heaters and lighting.
- Birdwatching and Birding – Tuesday – December 15th – 7 to 8:30 pm – Join Zoom Meeting – Meeting ID: 891 3737 0144
- Home for the Holidays with Harpist Chanah Ambuter – Tuesday – December 22nd- 7 to 9 pm – Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 884 7081 2748 Passcode: 690292
- Monthly Craft – Tiered Tray – Wednesday, January 6th – 1 to 3 pm – Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 856 6184 4416 Passcode: 068581
- It Came from Space: Why we think an Asteriod Killed the Dinosaurs – Wednesday – January 13th – 7:00 to 8:30 pm – Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 859 0581 0188 Passcode: 528143
- Knitting 101 – Thursday – January 14th – 7 to 9 pm – Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 857 0975 1665 Passcode: 022183
Northville Senior Citizens Newsletter – November/December Issue
All in-person Parks, Recreation and Senior Services programming, classes, events rentals and activities have been postponed at this time. The Community Center is now closed. Further information on refunds/credits/rescheduling programs and events will be communicated at a later date.
- There have been no Weekly Updates from Plymouth since November 11th
- Plymouth District Library – www.plymouthlibrary.org
This event is pre-recorded and will be available on our YouTube channel on January 10th. No registration is necessary.
Broadly acknowledged as “the premier interpreter of songs and tales about the Great Lakes,” Lee Murdock has uncovered a boundless body of music and stories in his home region. To listen to Lee Murdock’s music is to visualize the long, heavily laden deck of an iron ore freighter being tossed by malevolent waves, to envision a choir singing, feel a lover’s lament, nurture a love for an isolated shoreline … and much more.
Michigan Philharmonic Passport – 2020/21 Season – www.michiganphil.org