Apr. 6, 2017 PLYMOUTH VOICE.
Plymouth Michigan News
Drugs 101 classes set
St. Joseph Mercy Health System will present Drugs 101: What Parents Want to Know from 6:30-8:30 p.m. April 17 at Hillside Middle School, 775 North Center Road in Northville.
The class is sponsored by the Northville Public Schools and a grant from Ford Motor Co. The classes are for adults only. While walk-ins will be welcome, pre-registration is requested at stjoeshealth.org/classes. For more information, call (734) 398-7518.
The program will explain the signs, symptoms and current trends in teen drug use and include a mock teen’s bedroom set up for adults to observe and attempt to identify the obvious and not-so-obvious drug related paraphernalia. Parents, grandparents, guardians, coaches, teachers, administrators and others are welcome to participate.
Genealogists meet in Northville
The Steve Morse One-Step website and a presentation about historical Woodmere Cemetery in Detroit will be topics at the next meeting of the Northville Genealogical Society from 1:15 until 4:30 p.m. April 9 at the Northville District Library.
The meeting is open to the public at no charge.
The library is located at 212 West Cady, in Northville.
The roundtable “Steve Morse One-Step” will begin at 1:15 p.m., a short business meeting is planned for at 2:30 p.m., fol- lowed by Gail Hershenzon presenting “Woodmere Cemetery” at 3 p.m.
Hershenzon has volunteered at the Woodmere Cemetery since 2003, assisting others who are researching their family trees by using information found in ceme tery rounds.
Individual help on genealogy is offered in the Local History Room at the Northville District Library from 1-3 p.m. Mondays and also by appointment. For more information contact Grace Wilfong at (248) 349-9079 or visit www.rootsweb.com/~mings
Plymouth to celebrate Inside/Out program artwork
Plymouth will welcome the installation of 12 reproductions of art masterworks as part of the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside/Out program which will run through July.
The Inside/Out program is funded by the Knight Foundation and brings reproductions of masterworks from the DIA collection to outdoor sites in several locations and cities.
The unveiling of the installations will be celebrated at a kickoff event at 6 p.m. April 20, at PARC-Plymouth Arts & Recreation Complex. Following the official opening presentation The Michigan Philharmonic will present “Music by the Art” musical performances by Downtown Music Academy and Main Street Opera Theater.
The opening party will allow guests to tour the art placements and be among the first to view the installations.