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PAGE 6                                                         ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                            August 8, 2019

                                                                        Calendar of events

        Farmers Market is open                 Bake sale scheduled                   ings, presentations about disease preven-  at
           The Romulus Farmer's Market is open   A Dorothy Gardner Memorial Bake     tion and free book bags and school sup-  /~local/~Preview/Flyer5.pdf.
        from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. every Wednesday  Sale is set for 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.  plies for students.                  For more Information, call (734) 461-
        through Sept. 25.                      Wednesday, Aug. 14 in the lobby at the  This is the second annual community  4833 ext 305
           Each Wednesday include a theme day  Inkster Police Department, 26279      health fair sponsored by Sharon Seventh-
        giveaway and those who enroll in the free  Michigan Ave. in Inkster.         day Adventist Church. The event will take  Outdoor family movie planned
        market Kid's Club receive a $2 coupon    Proceeds will be used to support com-  place at 28537 Cherry St. in Inkster. For  The William P. Faust Public Library will
        each month.                            munity outreach programs.             more information, call (734) 722-2313.    host a family movie under the stars at 8
           The market takes place at the Romulus  The sale is presented by the Inkster                                     p.m. Friday, Aug. 23. Guests should arrive
        Historical Park Pavilion, 11147 Hunt St. in  Commission on Aging and the Inkster  Disc Dogs visit library          at 7:30 to find a seat, organizers said, as a
        Romulus. For more information, call (734)  Police Department.                  The Disc Dogs of Michigan High Flying  few seats will be provided but visitors are
        955-4531.                                                                    Dog Show will appear at the William P.  urged to bring their own blankets. Snacks
                                               Library hosts speaker                 Faust Public Library of Westland from 6-7  and water will be provided for the whole
        Shakespeare returns to Canton            The Wayne Public Library will host  p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20.                family.
           The Village Theater at Cherry Hill is  Detroit Institute of Arts Behind the Seen:  The family show includes canine ath-  The library is located at 6123 Central
        teaming up with the Michigan           The Essentials from 6-7 p.m. Wednesday,  letes performing in races, catching  City Pkwy. in Westland. For more informa-
        Shakespeare Festival to bring several spe-  Aug. 14. The speaker from the DIA will  Frisbees and other tricks. The show takes  tion, call (734) 326-6123. No registration is
        cial performances to Canton this summer.  present a program outlining the diversity,  place outdoors on the library lawn so visi-  required for the movie.
        The Michigan Shakespeare Festival will  quality and world-class status of the muse-  tor may want to bring a blanket of chair.
        once again be performing in Canton this  um collection.                        The program is free. The library is  Jazz at the Elks is planned
        during their summer residency at the     The event is free.                  located at6123 Central city Parkway in   Jazz trumpeter Jake Lee will perform
        Village Theater at Cherry Hill.          The library is located at 3737 South  Westland. Fro more information, call  from 7-10 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 27 at the
        Performances will continue through Aug.  Wayne Road, Wayne.                  (734)326-6123.                        Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge.
        18 at The Village Theater, located at 50400                                                                           Backing Lee will be Sean Dobbins on
        Cherry Hill Road in Canton Township..  Legislator sets coffee hour           Coffee With A Cop served              drums, Corey Kendrick on keyboards and
           Performances will include: William    State Rep. Matt Koleszar (D-Plymouth)  Members of the Inkster Police      Rob Bickley on bass.
        Shakespeare's “King Lear” and “The Two  will host an August coffee hour from 7-8  Department will host Coffee With A Cop at  The Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge
        Gentlemen of Verona”, as well as Edmond  p.m. Friday, Aug. 16 at the Muslim commu-  2 p.m. Aug. 21 at Oak Street Health, 27155  325 is located at 41700 Ann Arbor Road,
        Rostand's “Cyrano de Bergerac.”  Tickets  nity of Western Suburbs, 40440 Palmer  Cherry Hill road. There will be free pizza  Plymouth. For more information, call (734)
        can be purchased at the door or in     Road in Canton Township. These events  and refreshments.                    453-1780 or visit or
        advance at,  provide residents an opportunity to stop in  There is no agenda or speeches, just a  email
        by calling (734) 394-5300, or in person from  and have an informal conversation with  chance to enjoy a cup of coffee, ask ques-
        10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Monday through Friday  the representative about how to improve  tions voice concerns and get to know the  Chamber hosts golf outing
        at The Village Theater.                state government, or share concerns or  officers in the neighborhood.          The Romulus Chamber of Commerce
                                               ideas.                                                                      will host the annual Golf Outing on
        Art House hosts tattoo artists           Koleszar serves House District 20,  Gabby's Games set in Sumpter          Thursday, Aug. 29, at the Links at Gateway
           The *Northville Art House will present  which includes the cities of Northville and  The Sumpter Township Public Safety  Golf Course, 33280 Gateway Dr. in
        MARKED: The Art, Body, & Soul of the   Plymouth, Northville and Plymouth     Department along with the Rawsonville  Romulus,.
        Tattoo Artist through Aug. 24.         Townships, and a portion of Canton. He  Woods mobile home community are spon-  Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. for a
           The exhibition will feature artists from  can be contacted at (517) 373-3816 or by  soring Gabby's Games from 11 a.m. until 6  9:30 a.m. shotgun start.
        four Metro Detroit tattoo and art studios  email at with  p.m. Friday, Aug. 23.             The event includes a banquet, awards
        each with their own individual style and  any questions or concerns.           The free event is designed for those 5-16  and prizes along with a special drawing.
        body of work influenced by the tattoo cul-                                   years old and will include inflatables,  Fees are  $120 per golfer.
        ture. Work includes illustrations, mixed-  History of city celebrated        Dance Revolution, educational seminars,  To register, contact the Greater
        media, paintings, pyrography, sculpture,  History will be doubly celebrated in  prize raffles, the Animal Magic Exotic  Romulus Chamber of Commerce, 11189
        and more.                              Romulus this month as the Romulus     Animal Show, police and fire vehicles, a  Shook Road, Suite 200, Romulus, or call
           The gallery is open from noon until 5  Historical Society marks the 40th anniver-  Huron Valley Ambulance vehicle and  (734) 893-0694.
        p.m. Tuesday through Friday and from   sary of the group founded in 1979.    other games and entertainment.
        noon until 4 p.m. on Saturday. The       The event is set for 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug.  Lunch will be provided while supplies  Movie Night at police department
        Northville Art House is located at 215 W.  17 at Romulus Historical Park, where  last.  Participants must register to attend  The Inkster Police Department will
        Cady St., Northville, MI 48167, (248) 344-  there will be live music, free face painting,  and be accompanied by a parent or  host a free movie night at 8:30 p.m. Friday,
        0497, and online at www.northvilleart-  balloons and a clown providing entertain-  guardian. The event is limited to residents  Aug. 30 at the Inkster Police Department                             ment. The family event is free and    of Sumpter Township, although children  parking lot, 26279 Michigan Ave. in Inkster.
                                               Romulus Historical Museum Director    from surrounding communities will be     There will be free popcorn, snow cones,
        Used book bag sale set                 Pearl Varner said the group is hoping for a  admitted, space permitting.    hot dogs and other refreshments.
           The Friends of the Wayne Public     large crowd at the family friendly event  Gabby's Games will take place at the  The movie will be The Secret Life of
        Library will host a used book bag sale from  suitable for all ages.          Rawsonville Woods clubhouse, 10825    Pets.
        noon until 4 p.m. on both Friday and     “Historical dress is optional,” she said  Rawsonville Road in Belleville.    The viewing is outside so attendees are
        Saturday, Aug. 9 and 10 during Wayne   but there are those already planning their  Registration forms are available at the  encouraged to dress for the weather and
        Downtown Days.                         historic costumes. She said there will also  Rawsonville Woods clubhouse, the  bring a chair or blanket to sit on.
           The sale will offer visitors the opportu-  be snacks and beverages and “even a histo-  Sumpter Township Police Department or  Residents of all ages are welcome.
        nity to fill a big bag of items for $2 and a  ry lesson.”
        giant bag of items for only $5.          The park is located at 11147 Hunt St. in
           The library is located at 3737 South  Romulus.
        Wayne Road in Wayne.                     For more information, call Varner at
                                               (734) 697-9682.
        Library hosts wildlife safari
           The William P. Faust Public Library will  Eagles host annual Hoedown
        host Nelson's Wildlife Safari at 6 p.m.  The Van Buren Eagles Hoedown will
        Tuesday, Aug. 13.                      take place from 3-10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 17
           The company will bring live animals to  Two live bands, Taylor Tucky and The
        the library for a hands-on experience. The  Southern Heat Band, will be entertaining
        program is being sponsored by Community  with favorite modern and classic country
        Financial Credit Union.                radio hits starting at 4 p.m. Food will be
           Registration is required by phoning the  available for purchase along with a full
        library at (734) 326-6123. The library is  cash bar. The event is open to the public.
        located at 6123 Central City Pkwy. in    Tickets are priced at $15 for ages 13-
        Westland.                              adult.  Children 12 and younger are admit-
                                               ted at no cost.  Tickets are on sale now at
        Zydeco Hepcats to entertain.           the Van Buren Eagles and online at
           The Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks will host Tickets will also be
        the Zydeco Hepcats including Bill      available at the door on the day of the
        Harrison on accordion and vocals, Perez  Hoedown.
        Morris with rub board and percussion,    The Van Buren Eagles is located at 9961
        Erich Goebel on guitar and vocals, Frankie  Beck Road in Belleville. For more infor-
        Lee on guitar and vocals, Joe LaBeau on  mation, call the Eagles at (734) 699-8836.
        saxophone, Mike Ziegeler on drums and
        Dave Watson on percussion from 7-10 p.m.  Free Health Fair planned
        Tuesday, Aug. 13.                        American International Academy will
           The performance will take place at the  host a free health fair from noon until 4
        Elks Loges, 41700 Ann Arbor Road in    p.m. Sunday, Aug. 18.
        Plymouth. For more information, call     The event is free and open to the public.
        (734)453-1780.                         The event will include free health screen-
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