Acoustic Café is an annual music series held at the historic Howell Opera House that features outstanding Michigan performers, now celebrating its 11th year!
Annie and Rod Capps are on a musical journey that began in 1982, culminating into a symbiotic sound that reflects their deep and intuitive understanding of each other. Annie’s disarming, earthy voice and solid command of her guitar are punctuated by Rod’s effortless, accompaniment and beautiful solo work. Together they weave unforgettable melodies that are at once intricate and sparse – musically completing each other’s sentences. Songs about broken things and poignant little ponderings are delivered with a rootsy vibe, a touch of twang and a soulful groove. Over the years, Annie and Rod Capps have done it all; from rock to musical theater and while they continue to draw from a wide range of genres and influences, what comes out is a hybrid sound all their own. Genuine and playful; effortless and endearing; this duo has been enchanting audiences in quality music venues, house concerts, coffeehouses and festivals throughout their home state of Michigan and beyond. “Searching for Neverland” is The Capps’ newest album; they took their time writing this album and it delivers songs that have been road-tested, finely crafted and meticulously arranged over the past 6 years.
The Acoustic Café series runs every Friday night from January 5th – March 9th. Doors will open at 7:00 pm and the show will begin at 7:30 pm. Open to the public, the cost is $8.00 at the door, $6.00 for Livingston Arts Council members.
Acoustic Café is an annual music series held at the historic Howell Opera House that features outstanding Michigan performers, now celebrating its 11th year!
Guided by award-winning wildlife photographer, Steve Gettle, you will have the opportunity to photograph a variety of birds of prey in their natural, cage-free setting. Explore multiple photography stations, each strategically set up to compose the best photographs and offer equal viewing for all. We are honored that Steve donates his time and knowledge to the Howell Nature Center.
Pre-registration is required. This event will sell out. CLICK HERE
$79 - Photographer
$25 - Spectator
+$5 - Pre-event Wild Wonders Wildlife Park Tour
9:45am - *OPTIONAL* Wild Wonders Park tour (Additional Cost)
11:00am - Steve Gettle Presentation
12:15pm - Lunch
1:00pm - Photography Stations
4:00pm - Workshop Concludes
Kick off your New Year with the Frosty Freestyle and Krazy Klassic Ski Weekend! Brought to you by Epic Races in partnership with Huron Meadows Metropark and Team NordicSkiRacer, this weekend of cross-country races allows you to enjoy the natural beauty of Huron Meadows while skiing through the scenic parklands towards the finish line. With virtually guaranteed snow — Huron Meadows makes snow for cross-country enthusiasts — and distances ideal for both first-time ski racers and experienced Nordic ski competitors, the Frosty Freestyle and Krazy Klassic Ski Weekend is a fabulous way to bring wonder to your winter!
Saturday, January 13:
The Frosty Freestyle 15K
The Frosty Freestyle 5K
Frosty Kids’ Race — kid-friendly course for ages 5 – 11
Sunday, January 14:
Krazy Klassic 12K
Krazy Klassic 8K
Register for one of the Frosty/Krazy Ski Combos (race both Saturday and Sunday) and save $10 on the combined registration fee! Bonus: the first 250 skiers to register for either the REI Frosty Freestyle 5K or the REI Frosty Freestyle 15K will receive a festive Frosty Ski Fest pair of gloves!
Fifty years ago (1967) Detroit experienced one of the worst riots in American history. The 5 days of unrest left 43 people dead, thousands injured, and many buildings burned. Detroit's tumultuous summer was recently documenting in the film, "12th and Clairmont," directed by Brian Kaufman. Since then, what have we learned and how are we different? Kaufman's expertise is in visual journalism and documentary work.
Located in the Banquet Room at Wyndham Gardens Hotel in Ann Arbor
Practice hatha-style yoga with the furry feline masters at the new cat cafe! Bring peace to your mind and body while filling your heart with joy as you support the animals in our community.
Pre- Registration is required, price is $10. You can CLICK HEREfor Tickets/Registration
Additional Times listed below:
Sunday, January 07, 2018 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Thursday, January 11, 2018 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Sunday, January 14, 2018 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Thursday, January 18, 2018 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Sunday, January 21, 2018 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Thursday, January 25, 2018 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Sunday, January 28, 2018 8:30 am - 9:30 am
Now in its 53rd year, this season’s installment of the GLI will take place on Jan. 1-2, 2018, in conjunction with the Inaugural Season at Little Caesars Arena. Event host Michigan Tech, along with mainstays Michigan and Michigan State, will once again compete for the MacInnes Cup in the two-day, single-elimination tournament. Special invitee Bowling Green is set to join the field for the third time and most recent appearance since 1984.
Detroit's Very Own White House HBCU All-Star Ambassadors Proudly Present to you: HBCU Advising Day!
HBCU Advising Day is an opportunity for students and their parents to explore and gain valuable insight regarding all historically black colleges and universities. The purpose of this event is to inform and advise the general public about HBCU higher education. We will have a general lecture, group advising, and then double-one-on-one follow up appointments.
In the spirit of Collective Work and Responsibility [Ujima]: we are here to help you figure out WHICH HBCU is for you!
A highly interactive improvised game show one part “Whose Line is it Anyway,” and one part “Match Game PM”. The audience can be as involved as they want to, but aren’t picked on. The game show features a series of short improv games, challenges and more.
Ticket Price $20
A yule ball inspired by the world of Hogwarts. Enjoy a dinner worthy of Hogwarts, dancing to the magical sounds of our DJ, Hogsmead style shopping, create a house ornament, wizard chess and the beautifully decorated grounds of Canterbury Village.
Ticket Prices; $40 for adults, $20 kids 12 and under
Call 248-391-1900 for reservations.
Indulge in our Annual All-Sparkling tasting, right in the heart of the holidays! French Champagne will lead the pack, of course, with the great houses, "grand marques", including at least one super-premium "Tete de Cuvee" (Dom? Comtes de Champagne?). We'll feature the hot category of artisan grower champagne too, and the whole range of styles - rosé, vintage, multi-vintage, extra brut, the works. The best of American 'methode classique' (champ process) will be on hand, and we won't forget the stunning values of top Spanish Cava, French Crémant and the best Prosecco. We'll serve plenty of crunchy munchies ideal with crisp bubbles. Come raise a glass of bubbly cheer with us! We encourage you to purchase tickets on-line for ease of check-in, and to arrive before 7 pm if possible. In the interest of keeping the tasting comfortable for all, we'll limit attendance past 7:30 pm.
Tickets Prices $25 to purchase CLICK HERE
Each and every Wednesday at Friend's Lounge!
Hustle lessons taught by yours truly!
Great FOOD menu!
Happy Hour until 9pm!
Come out and have a ball! If you've ever been to one of my classes then you already know! If you haven't, come out and see for yourself!
Visit Birmingham’s Shain Park Dec. 19 at 3 p.m. for a tree lighting spectacle. On weekends, kids also can visit the Santa House – till Dec. 24. In addition, the family can take an old-fashioned carriage ride during the season.
Fish and Loaves Community Food Pantry invites you to bring the family to Santa’s Magic Forest in Taylor’s Heritage Park.
The Magic Forest welcomes visitors every weekend on Fridays from 5-8 p.m., Saturdays from 1-8 p.m. and Sundays 1-7 p.m. through Dec. 23rd. The display, which includes Santa and Mrs. Claus, is set up at the activity building in the park and features more than 20 different holiday scenes.
For more information please call 734-992-6284
Michigan State University plays the U18s as part of the Kroger College Series on our Hockey Against Hunger night. Fans are encouraged to bring food donations or make a donation at the game to support Gleaners Community Food Bank.
Tickets are between $10-$12
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra (TSO) today announced its highly-anticipated Winter Tour 2017. Over the past 20-plus years, Trans-Siberian Orchestra has become a critically-acclaimed, multi-platinum, musical powerhouse, and its annual winter tours a beloved, multi-generational holiday tradition. 2017’s tour, a completely updated presentation of TSO’s unforgettable “The Ghosts of Christmas Eve,” is set to begin on November 16th and will visit more than 60 cities, for 100-plus performances, including two performances at Little Caesars Arena on Saturday, December 23 at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Activities throughout Hartland's Historic Village include: cookie decorating at the Chamber Office; get your own Polar Express Bell from the Cornillauds in front of the Chamber office; create holiday art with Farmers Insurance Calderone Agency; ring the train bell, see the electric trains, and get a Polar Express Ticket at the Florence Dearing Museum; a family photo booth at Jellison CPA; magical reindeer feed at Ore Creek Veterinary; a burn barrel and craft at Flame to Fire; entertainment by the Hartland High School choir students at 10:45 am, Hartland High School Band at 11:30 am and a Frosty the Snowman sing-along with the Encore Theater cast from their December 1-3 show, all at the Hartland Music Hall; fun with the Hartland United FC (soccer!); face painting with Acorn Studio; bookmarks with Beauchamp Water on the library’s south lawn; and cocoa with marshmallows from Hartland SOUP. Plus, become a Certified Elf by completing fun activities at Cromaine and see a Real Live Reindeer on Cromaine's south lawn. Most importantly – hear the story The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg (published by Houghton-Mifflin) read at Cromaine. After this event, from Noon to 4 pm, visit Santa at the Hartland-Deerfield Fire Department! Drop-in at any spot. Look for signs from Hartland Insurance Agency.
Enjoy one of the most beloved holiday films of all time projected on a giant screen in stunning High Definition accompanied by the Detroit Symphony live in the splendor of Orchestra Hall. John Hughes' charming and hilarious story about family…John Williams' captivating score…and the young Macaulay Culkin who captured the hearts of audiences worldwide.
© 1990 Twentieth Century Fox
Darkness tours give visitors the opportunity to walk around the mansion and grounds (including the carriage house) in the dark of night – but we’ve added other fun to our Halloween season at the Felt. This year we will have world-renowned magician Steve Marshall bring us Manifestations of Mystery and Magic at the mansion. See the biography (below) about Steve, and check out his intriguing work at http://stevemania.com/.
Also, we will have leaders from Shadow Spirit Paranormal Investigators (S.S.P.I.) presenting the group’s finding of paranormal activity at the Felt Mansion. The members will show us the latest in paranormal investigation techniques and equipment, and show video of the Felt Investigation and previous investigations they have done.
Find out more about this group CLICK HERE
Detroit’s biggest and best Halloween Party welcomes over 1,500 Halloween enthusiasts to a celebration that keeps Detroit talking every full moon. The evening features Metro Detroit’s best DJs, live performers and stage entertainers such as stilt walkers, high wire aerialists, acrobats, illusionists, fire performers, fortune tellers and more.
Pop over to the State Bar next door for the Halloween Glow-Party, and make sure to stick around the midnight pizza buffet. Stay tuned for an official line-up.
VIP ALL-ACCESS PASS DOORS 21+ 9:00PM with VALID ID:
- Main floor & exclusive mezzanine level access w/ private bars,
- includes 5 drink tickets valid for premium cocktails or non-alcoholic beverages & midnight pizza buffet.
GA (General Admission) DOORS 21+ 9:00PM:
- Main floor access & midnight pizza buffet.
Discounts for Groups of 10+ Guests. 21+ w/ VALID ID. Tickets also available service fee free at the Fillmore box office Friday 10am-6pm and on event days 2 hours prior to door time. For detailed venue info please CLICK HERE
For more information CLICK HERE or 248.543.1000. 21+ w/ VALID ID.
Have you always fancied yourself as a bit of a Miss Marple or Columbo? Now is your chance to prove it; enjoy an evening of Murder Mystery and suspense in the ultimate who-done-it at East Sussex National.
- Enjoy an arrival drink and 3 dourse dinner
- Participate in the Murder Mystery and solver the crime
- Unwind and dance the night away at the disco
Come visit Flushing's downtown entertainment district, on Main Street, for this fun, family-friendly Halloween event featuring Trick-or-Treating and shopping throughout local merchant businesses, a zombie run, cake walk, live entertainment, food vendors and more. For more information CLICK HERE
Trunk-or-Treat is a way for your child to dress up and trick-or-treat in a safe environment. The children will go car to car in our Community Center parking lot (indoors if the weather is bad) to collect their goodies. There will be games and prizes afterward. Costumes are required.
This event is FREE for Ypsilanti Township residents.
$2.00 per child for non-residents.
ALL children must register to participate so enough treats may be purchased.
Child must be present to trick-or-treat; parents can not collect candy for an absent child.
The Detroit Zoo’s annual “merry-not-scary” celebration features a festively decorated half-mile trick-or-treat trail through the front of the park, crafts and live entertainment. Advance tickets for the rain-or-shine event can be purchased at the admission gates or online.
Zoo Boo will be held October 6-8, 13-15, and 20-22.
Through October you’ll find treats and tricks, cider and doughnuts, little monsters and big fun for the whole family. From our enchanted forest to the magic show at the Colwell Opera House to our straw maze and 20 treat stops throughout the Village, it’s sure to put you in the spirit of the season. And if you’re looking for a Halloween memory to last a lifetime, don’t forget to top off your visit with a 40 minute ride through the autumn countryside on the famous Huckleberry Ghost Train Express or a cruise around Mott Lake on the Genesee Belle.
Ticket booth sales start 15 minutes before the Village opens and end at 8:30pm for that day.
There are no group rates for Halloween Ghosts & Goodies. However, if you have a group of 20 or more, we can hold tickets for you with a 50% deposit.
For more information, dates of operation, advance tickets (which are recommended) and a detailed schedule of events CLICK HERE
Open weekdays 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and weekends 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Kids Junction presents two performances of The Snow Queen: The Musical on Sunday, October 15, 2017 at 11am and 2pm. Join the Snow Sisters as they retell the story of their magical journey through a winter adventure. This show is full of interactions, sing-a-longs, and surprises. It's designed for young children but can be enjoyed by the whole family together. Children are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite princess!
Tickets on sale since August 29, 2017 at Noon. Tickets can be ordered ordered online or by calling the Theater Box Office at 313 943 2354 Tuesday through Saturday 11am to 7pm and in person.
Tickets are $35 VIP (includes a post-show meet & greet and photo opportunity with cast (bring your own cameras) and $25 ($5 Service Fee applies). All seats are reserved. Each performance is 65 minutes (no intermission). To Buy Tickets CLICK HERE
LACASA Center’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council, the Great Start Collaborative of Livingston County, and United Healthcare will host the Third Annual Community Baby Shower for all expectant and new parents in Livingston County on Saturday, October 14, 2017.
The Baby Shower will feature tables from more than 20 groups including local government agencies, libraries, parent support groups, breastfeeding support, and businesses with goods and services to offer young families. Educational programs on safe sleep, infant crying, and what to do when your child is sick will also be a part of the event.
The free, family-event shower will take place from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Bennet Recreation Center in Howell. Attendees are asked to register online.
For more information about the Community Baby Shower, please contact Holly Naylor at 517-548-1350or email her at email@example.com.
Erebus was founded by Ed and Jim Terebus, Veterans of the Haunt Industry since 1981. Erebus opened its doors in 2000 and has gained national recognition as being one of the top haunts as well as earning the Guinness Book of World Records for the world’s longest walk-through haunted attraction in August of 2005, and held the title until September of 2009. Erebus leads its victims through four stories of unique and terrifying paths with fear so intense some call it pain. Can you make it through? Try your hand at this real-life nightmare.