Community Bulletin Board

Apr. 4, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

 

Notice of CSX Railroad Crossing Closure

Starting Monday Apr. 7 at 8:30 a.m. CSC Railroad will close two important intersection in Plymouth for one week as they rebuild the crossing roadbeds.

Farmer Street – Near the Plymouth Cultural Center

Mill Street (South) – Located south of Ann Arbor Trail near the K of C Hall

 

 

Compost Collection resumes for the City of Plymouth Apr. 7

 

Coffee with a Cop Tuesday

The Canton Police Department has scheduled a Coffee with a Cop session from 8-10 p.m. Tuesday, April 8 at Holiday Inn Express on Michigan Avenue.

These sessions are open to the public and provide a unique opportunity for community members to ask questions and learn more about the department’s work in Canton neighborhoods and business districts.

To host a session, at a business or organization, contact the department at (734) 394- 5401.

 

Rake-N-Go.

Come alone, with your family or bring a team of co-workers or friends.

Volunteers are asked to bring rakes, garden tools, hedge trimmers, and gloves. United Way will supply yard waste bags.

For an application, call (734) 453-6879, ext. 7 or e-mail randi.williams@pcuw.org before April 11.

Plymouth Community United Way organizes two raking events a year: Make a Difference Day in fall and Rake-N-Go in spring.

Serving the Plymouth and Canton community since 1944, the Plymouth Community United Way strives to address human service needs for individuals and families. Together we can accomplish what no individual or organization can do alone.

Visit www.plymouthunitedway.org to learn about giving and volunteering.

 

Diva Day in Plymouth

The 6th Annual Diva Day in Plymouth will take place from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. April 12. The first 500 divas will receive free hot pink boas. Little divas and diva dogs are also welcome, according to a prepared statement.

Downtown Plymouth boutiques, salons and restaurants will present special offers, unique refreshments, and chances to win Diva Day prizes.

Participating shops include: Agio Spa, Alpine Chocolat Haus, Basket Kreations, Beauty Haven, Bella Mia, Bohemian Home, Candy Trail, Creatopia Pottery, Dearborn Jewelers of Plymouth, Genuine Toy Co., Gigi’s Mode, Home Sweet Home, Kilwin’s of Plymouth, Lolaryan, Magnolia Fresh Flower Shop,Old World Olive Press, Opn Dohr, Plymouth Yoga Room, R.S.V.P., Simply the Best Boutique, Sun & Snow Sports and TranquiliTea

The event is free to attend. Look for the balloons. For more information call (734) 453- 1540.

 

Showcase and Taste of Plymouth, Monday, Apr. 14, 5:00 PM:

The Plymouth Community Chamber of Commerce presents Showcase and Taste of Plymouth on Monday, Apr. 14, from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm at The Inn at St. John’s, 44045 Five Mile Road in Plymouth. This event celebrates the Plymouth Community, its businesses, restaurants and the people who live here.

For more information contact the Chamber at 734-453-1540.

 

Emergency food Program Distribution, Thursday, Apr. 17, 9:30 AM:

The Plymouth Community United Way Emergency Food Assistance Program’s next distribution takes place on Thursday, April 17,

9:30 – 11:00 am at St. Kenneth Catholic Church in Plymouth. For more information and to register call 734-453-6879, ext. 7 or send email to randi.williams@pcuw.org.

 

Plymouth Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt for children 10 years and younger, takes place on Saturday, Apr. 19 AT 10:00 a.m. .SHARP! at Plymouth Township Park.

 

Tom Thewes exhibit planned

The Northville Art House will exhibit work of Tom Thewes for the month of April.

The exhibit will open with a reception from 6-9 p.m. First Friday, April 4 and continue through April 26.

Gallery hours are 1-5 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday. The Art House is located at 215 W. Cady St.. Northville. Admission is free.

For more information, call (248) 344-0497

 

Volunteers are sought

Want to make a difference by helping a senior citizen or person with a disability?

Plymouth Community United Way is looking for volunteers to clean yards and do light chores in Plymouth, and Plymouth and Canton townships on Saturday, April 26 during its Rake-N-Go.

Come alone, with your family or bring a team of co-workers or friends.

Volunteers are asked to bring rakes, garden tools, hedge trimmers, and gloves. United Way will supply yard waste bags.

For an application, call (734) 453-6879, ext. 7 or e-mail randi.williams@pcuw.org before April 11.

Plymouth Community United Way organizes two raking events a year: Make a Difference Day in fall and Rake-N-Go in spring.

Serving the Plymouth and Canton community since 1944, the Plymouth Community United Way strives to address human service needs for individuals and families. Together we can accomplish what no individual or organization can do alone.

Visit www.plymouthunitedway.org to learn about giving and volunteering.

 

Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

The Drug Enforcement Administration and Northville Township Police have scheduled the 8th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, April 26, 2014, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Northville Township Police Department located at 41600 Six Mile Rd.

 

Art entry deadline looms

April 12 is the deadline for entries in the West of Center All Media Show at the Northville Art House.

West of Center is an effort to showcase contemporary artworks selected by Robert Schefman, the chair of the Foundations Department and Associate Professor at the College for Creative Studies.

For information about entry requirements, visit www.northvillearthouse.org

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