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PAGE 8                                                         ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                             June 6, 2019

                                                                        Calendar of events

        Hall of Fame is dedicated              Canton Police Department.             Training,” is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, June  Vacation Bible School offered
           The new Wayne Memorial High School    For more information call Beth Meade,  13.                                   St. Paul Lutheran Church will offer
        Athletic Hall of Fame will be officially  (734)495-1200                  or    The program will train the public in  Vacation Bible School classes from 6-8
        dedicated in a ceremony set for 6 p.m.        the administration of Narcan (used to  p.m. June 20 and 21 and from 10 a.m. until
        tomorrow, June 7.                                                            reverse an opioid overdose) and give away  noon June 22.
           The Hall of Fame had been part of the  Photography club to meet           free Narcan kits. No preregistration is  The church is located at 19109 Craig St.
        Wayne-Westland Athletic Hall of Fame     Members of the only 3D photography  needed.                               in New Boston.
        created to honor area athletes and their  club in the state will meet from 7-9:30 p.m.  The library is located at 167 Fourth St  For more information or to register,
        accomplishments and encourage commu-   Wednesday, June 12, at the Livonia Civic  in Belleville. For more information, call  call (734) 753-9048.
        nity pride and housed at Jake's Again  Park Senior Center, 15218 Farmington  (734) 699-3291.
        Lounge.                                Road, just south of Five Mile Road.                                         Library hosts Disc Dogs
           The new Hall of Fame will be housed   The featured program for the evening  Museum hosts Paint Pour                The William P. Faust Public Library of
        in the Alumni Arena on the Wayne       will be a showing of all the best 3D images  The Wayne Historical Society members  Westland will host Disc Dogs of Michigan
        Memorial High School campus and will   produced by club members this season.    will host Paint ‘n’ Pour from 1-3 p.m. June  from 6-7 p.m. June 20 on the library lawn.
        include individuals that have been identi-  After a refreshment break, the annual  15. The event includes the laying of colors  There will be a family fun show, with
        fied as having a direct connection to  awards will be presented.             in a cup and pouring them on a canvas to  amazing K9 athletes, including fast dogs,
        Wayne Memorial High School.              The meetings are free to attend and  make modern art. All paint, supplies and  Frisbee dogs, and trick dogs.  No registra-
           The event will be open to the general  open to the public. Stereo cameras, 3D  canvas will be provided as part of the $30  tion required and all ages are welcome at
        public and school officials urged the fami-  movies, and educational videos are avail-  per person fee.            the free show.
        lies and friends of those honored in the  able for members to borrow or rent.  More canvasses are available for an    The library is located at 6123 Central
        Hall of Fame to attend.                  For   more    information,   visit  additional fee.                       City Parkway in Westland. For more infor-
           Wayne Memorial High School is locat-, or call (248) 398-3591.  The event will take place at the muse-  mation, call (734) 326-6123.
        ed at 3001 Fourth St. in Wayne.                                              um, 1 Town Square in Wayne, at the cor-
                                               Virtual city tour planned             ner of Main and Biddle.               Church plans car show
        Library hosts Movie Night                The Wayne Historical Society will host                                       St. Paul Lutheran Church in New
           The William P. Faust Public Library  Tyler Moll at 7 p.m. June 13 who will show  Coffee With A Cop served       Boston will host a car show as part of the
        will host the Friday Night Movie at 6:15  photos for a virtual walk down historic  The Inkster Police Department will  free Summer Blast celebration.
        p.m. June 7 in meeting rooms A and B.  Monroe Street in the city and then back  host Coffee With A Cop at 10 a.m. June 19  The event is planned for 11 a.m. until 4
        The movie is Captain Marvel, rated PG-13.   up Newberry Street.              at Applewood Coney Island, 28640      p.m. Saturday, June 22 at the church,
           Snacks/refreshments are provided      The event is free and open to the pub-  Michigan Ave. in Inkster.         19109 Craig St. at the corner of Ellis Road
        (donations accepted and appreciated).  lic and light refreshments are provided.  There is no agenda or speeches, just an  one block off Sibley Road.
        Visit the library website at www.west-   The meeting will take place at the  opportunity to enjoy a cup of coffee, ask  The day-long event will include a 50/50 for a complete list of pro-  museum, 1 Town Square in Wayne, at the  questions, voice concerns and get to know  raffle, door prizes, food, drink, games, face
        gramming.                              corner of Main and Biiddle.           the officers serving area neighborhoods.  painting, a waterslide and the Huron
           The library is located at 6123 Central                                                                          Township Fire Department obstacle
        City Parkway.                          Summer reading program starts         Legislator sets coffee hour           course.
                                                 The William P. Faust Public Library of  State Sen. Dayna Polehanki (D-       For more information about the free
        Inspire presents Leading Ladies        Westland will begin the Summer Reading  Livonia) will host a coffee hour in Canton  event, call (734) 753-9083.
           Inspire Theatre will present Leading  Program from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday,  from 7-8 p.m. June 20 at Canton Township
        Ladies, the story of two Shakespearean  June 15.                             Hall.                                 Firefighters host charity barbecue
        actors who find themselves performing on  Planned is spin art, a bubble station,  Coffee hours, which are open to the  The City of Wayne firefighters will host
        the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish   light refreshments and other attractions.  public, give residents a chance to meet  the 3rd Annual Charity BBQ from 11 a.m.
        country of Pennsylvania. They hear that  The event is free.                  with Polehanki, hear updates from     until 2 p.m. June 22 at the fire station, 3300
        an old lady is about to die and leave her  The library is located at 6123 Central  Lansing and discuss issues impacting  South Wayne Road.
        fortune to her two long-lost English   City Parkway in Westland. For more infor-  Western Wayne County.               The cost for the meal is $5 and will
        nephews. They resolve to pass themselves  mation, call (734) 326-6123.         Canton Township Hall is located at  include a hamburger or hot dog, chips,
        off as her beloved relatives and get the                                     1150 South Canton Center Road, Canton,  drink and dessert. Entertainment will
        cash. Trouble ensues when they discover  Addition is topic                   MI 48188. No RSVP is required. For addi-  include face painting, a bounce house, ice
        the relatives are nieces, not nephews.   A special program at the Belleville  tional information, call (517) 373-7350 or  cream and other attractions. There will
           Performances are set for 7:30 p.m. June  Library called, “Addiction 101: The  email SenDPolehanki@ senate.michi-  also be raffles and a 50/50 drawing.
        7, 8, 14, 15, 21, and 22 and at 3 p.m. June 9,  Science of Addiction and Narcan                             Advance tickets are not necessary.
        16 and 23 at Westland Center for the Arts,
        33455 Warren Road in Westland.
           Tickets, prices at $16, are available at
        inspiretheatre, For more
        information, call (734) 751-7057.

        Beach Reads Book Sale set
           The Wayne Public Library will host a
        Beach Reads Book Sale from noon until 4
        p.m. on Saturday, June 8. Books will be
        priced at as little as 50 cents and the
        Friends of the Library will be serving
        complimentary tropical refreshments.
           The library is located at 3737 South
        Wayne Road in Wayne.

        Church hosts giveaway
           Unity of Livonia will host a giveaway of
        home and yard goods, pictures, jewelry,
        toys and other household items from 10
        a.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday, June 8.
           Visitors can take what they can use at
        no charge.
           Unity of Livonia is located at 28660
        Five Mile Road in Livonia. During peak
        hours, there may be a limit to the number
        of items a person can have.
           For more information, call (734)421-

        Relay for life this weekend
           The Westland Wayne Relay For Life
        will take place from 11 a.m. June 8 until 7
        a.m. June 9 at Central City/Tattan Park in
           There will be a survivor/caregiver
        lunch at noon and a luminaria ceremony
        at 10 p.m. along with children's activities
        food, music, a silent auction and other
           The park is located at 1901 North
        Carlson in Westland. The event is free and
        open to the public.
           For     information,         visit or call
        Megam Schaper (248) 663-3417.

        Blues at the Elks planned
           Blues at The Elks takes place from 7-10
        p.m. the second Tuesday of the month at
        the Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge #325
        in partnership with the Detroit Blues
        Society (
        There is a $5 donation at the door and
        dancing is allowed.
           The Bobby Murray Band will perform
        June 11. Murray toured for years with Etta
        James and will play guitar and perform
        vocals while Mark LoDuca plays key-
        board, Lenny Watkins sings vocals, David
        Uricek plays bass and sings and Ron
        Pangborn plays drums.
           The Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge
        325 is located at 41700 Ann Arbor Road,
        Plymouth. For more information, call (734)
        453-1780 or visit or

        Foundation golf outing tees off
           The Canton Community Foundation
        Jack Demmer Ford Golf Outing is planned
        for June 12 at Fox Hills Golf and Banquet
           The golf outing is a benefit for the
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