Sat. Oct 19th, 2019

Community Calendar

Local Events

Now Thru-Sun., Oct. 13: Smithsonian Exhibit, “Crossroads: Change in Rural America,” featuring past, present & future, national & local exhibits, Old Mill Museum, 242 Toledo St., Dundee. Open 7 days, Sat.-Thur., noon-5pm; Fri. noon-8pm. 734-529-8596.

Mon., Sept. 23: Ghost Towns, Monroe, Toledo & Beyond, 6:30 pm, Ida Library, 3016 Lewis Ave., 734-269-2191.

Wed., Sept. 25: Kids Make ‘ Take Terrarium, 6 pm, Dundee Library, 144 Main St., register 734-529-3310.

Thur., Sept. 26: Film, “The River,” 6 pm, Dundee Library, 144 Main St., 734-529-3310 in conjunction with Crossroads exhibit at Old Mill.

Fri.-Sat., Sept. 27-28: Farmer & Craft Market, 4-8 Fri; 10-2 Sat., downtown Petersburg in building on Saline St.

Sat., Sept. 28: Scrap Metal, Bottle/ Can Drive, 9am-1pm, St. Joseph church parking lot, 8295 VanAiken St., Ida, by Knights of Columbus.

Sat., Sept. 28: ATA Trap shoot, 9-5, Dundee Sportsman’s Club, 2300 Plank Rd., Dundee; 734-529-3581.

Sat., Sept. 28: Flea & Farmers Market, live bluegrass music, W. Ida Immanuel Lutheran, 3879 Jackman Rd. (SE corner of Albain), 10-2. 734-269-2587.

Sun., Sept. 29: 3D Archery Shoot, 9am-1 pm, Dundee Sportsman’s Club, 2300 Plank Rd., Dundee; 734-529-3581.

Sun., Sept. 29: Farmers Market, Riley Street, downtown Dundee, 10am-2pm.

Sun., Sept. 29: DHS Robotics Demo, 2 pm, Old Mill Museum (Crossroads exhibit), 242 Toledo St., Dundee.

Tue., Oct. 1: Flu Shots, health fair, 2-6 pm, Ida Library, 3016 Lewis Ave., 734-269-2191. Most insurances accepted, free blood pressure checks.

Thur., Oct. 3: Film, “Charlotte’s Web,” 6 pm, Dundee Library, 144 Main St., 734-529-3310 in conjunction with Crossroads exhibit at Old Mill.

Fri.-Sat., Oct. 4-5: Farmer & Craft Market, 4-8 Fri; 10-2 Sat., downtown Petersburg in building on Saline St.

Sat., Oct. 5: Pumpkin Palooza, weigh-off, parking lot behind Riley St.; crafts in Village Hall parking lot; downtown Dundee. Register 9am, begins 11 am.

Sat., Oct. 5: Country Roads Bazaar, 9-3, Zion Lutheran, 7295 Kruse Rd., Petersburg. Vendors, raffles, lunch, more.

Sun., Oct. 6: Farmers Market, Riley Street, downtown Dundee, 10am-2pm. Last of season.

Sun., Oct. 6: DHS Fall Sports history, mock pep assembly, teams, coaches, past & present, 2 pm, Old Mill Museum (Crossroads exhibit), 242 Toledo St., Dundee.

Mon., Oct. 7, 9-11: Hunter Safety Classes, 4:30 pm, Dundee Sportsman’s Club, 2300 Plank Rd., Dundee; 734-529-3581.

Tue., Oct. 8: Book Discussion, “Hillbilly Elegy,” 6:30 pm, Dundee Library, 144 Main St., 734-529-3310 in conjunction with Crossroads exhibit at Old Mill.

Fri.-Sat., Oct. 11-12: Book Sale, 2-5 Fri; 10-1 Sat., Dundee Library Friends, 144 Main St., 734-529-3310.

Sat., Oct. 12: Animal Swap, Sell, 10-3, outside Tractor Supply, 16497 Tecumseh Rd. (M-50), Dundee; 734-529-5535.

Sat., Oct. 12: Chicken Dinner, 5-7pm, London United Methodist, 11318 Plank Rd., Milan, takeouts; 734-439-2680.

Sun., Oct. 13: DHS Jazz Band, vocal soloists, live music, 2 pm, Old Mill Museum (Crossroads exhibit), 242 Toledo St., Dundee.

Wed., Oct. 16: Flu Shots, health fair, 2 pm, Summerfield-Petersburg Library, 60 E. Center St., 734-279-1025. Most insurances accepted, free blood pressure checks.

Mon., Oct. 21: Harvest Hootenany, 6 pm, kids’ games, crafts, Maybee Library, 9060 Raisin St., register 734-587-3680.

Tue., Oct. 22: Wildlife Safari, live animals, 6:30 pm, Summerfield-Petersburg Library, 60 E. Center St., register 734-279-1025.

Sat., Nov. 9: Parafest, Old Mill Museum, Dundee; tickets, oldmillparafest.com.

Fri.-Sun., Dec. 6-8: Christmas in Ida, downtown Ida, big Parade of Lights Sat. nite, 7 pm.

ELSEWHERE

Sept. 18-28: POW/ MIA Pathway of flags, RR National Battlefield Park, 1403 E. Elm Ave., Monroe, 734-243-7136.

Sept. 26: EMUsic Fest, at EMU, 900 Oakwood St., Ypsilanti. Free outdoor music festival on grassy hillside, vendors, starts 4 pm.

Sept. 27-29: Clinton Fall Festival, arts & crafts, giant parade (Sun., 2:30), car show, entertainment, downtown Clinton; clintonfallfestival.com; 517-456-7396.

Sept. 28: Marsh Walk, arrive 9:45, 10am-noon; Remember the Raisin, 3-4 pm; RR National Battlefield Park, 1403 E. Elm Ave., Monroe, 734-243-7136.

Sept. 28: Webster Fall Festival, old time craft demos & baseball, food, antique cars & farm equipment, music, more. Webster Community Hall, 5484 Webster Church Rd., Webster Twp., 734-426-5115.

Oct. 4: Children’s Costume Swap, 6-8 pm, Monroe county ISD, Prof. Dev. Bldg. B, River Raisin Room 2. Bring a costume to trade or look for one to take, free. 734-342-8507.

Oct. 5: Saline Woodcarving Show, 10-4, Liberty School, 7265 N. Ann Arbor St., Saline. 734-476-3441.

Oct. 9-10: Rummage Sale, St. Anthony Kenna Hall, 4635 St. Anthony Rd., Temperance. Wed. 9-7; Thur. 9-6 ($2 bag day), 734-854-1143.

Oct. 12-13: Fiber Expo, yarn, fiber art supplies, animals, food, 9-4 Sat; 10-3 Sun.; Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, 5055 AnnArbor-Saline Rd., 419-825-1609.

Oct. 19: Edible & Medicinal Plants discussed during walk, 10-11:30 am, RR National Battlefield Park, at Hellenberg Park parking lot, 1499 E. Front St., Monroe, 734-243-7136.

Oct. 20: Sylvania Fall Festival, 10-4, food, crafts, vendors, Main St., Sylvania Historical Village, Sylvania, OH.

Nov. 8-10: Mama Mia!, live on stage, River Raisin Repertoire Co., at River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

Nov. 16: Monroe Co. 4-H Spaghetti Dinner & Auction, dinner 4-7 pm, live auction 6:30pm; 4-H Activity Center, fairgrounds. Open to public.

Dec. 6-8: Nutcracker Ballet, River Raisin Ballet at River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

Dec. 13: Christmas with the New York Tenors, River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

Jan. 25: Croce Sings Croce, AJ Croce, River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

Feb. 23: Lords of 52nd Street, Billy Joel’s original band, River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

Feb. 29: 3rd Annual River Raisin Acoustic Music Festival, bluegrass, gospel, regional bands. River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

March 13: Malpass Brothers, River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

March 27: Aladdin, River Raisin Ballet at River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

April 19: The Hitmen, Legendary Rock Supergroup, River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

May 1-3: The Wedding Singer, live on stage, River Raisin Repertoire Co., at River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

May 7: Glenn Miller Orchestra, River Raisin Centre for the Arts, 114 S. Monroe St., Monroe; tickets 734-242-7722.

Meetings

1st & 3rd Monday of the Month: Petersburg City Council, 7pm, Municipal Bldg, Center St, Petersburg.

3rd Monday: Summerfield Twp Board, 6:30pm, Twp Hall, Saline St, Petersburg.

1st Tuesday: Ida Twp Board, 7pm, Twp Hall, 3016 Lewis Ave, Ida.

1st Tuesday: Raisinville Twp Board, 7:30pm, Twp Hall, 96 Ida-Maybee Rd, at Dixon Rd.

1st & 3rd Tuesday: Dundee Village Council, 7pm, Village Hall.

2nd & 4th Tuesday: Dundee Twp Board, 7pm, Twp Hall, 179 Main St, Dundee.

1st & 3rd Tuesday: Monroe Co Bd of Comm, 6pm at Monroe Co Courthouse in the Chambers. Finance Committee, 5:30pm.

2nd Monday: London Twp Bd, 7:30pm, Twp Hall 13613 Tuttlehill.

2nd Wednesday: Maybee Village Council, 7:30 pm, Village Hall, 9051 Raisin St.