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Members from the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum will be at the Miller Library on Thursday, February 16, at 6:30 pm to make science fun! They will talk about bubbles and help us conduct our own experiments with them. Join us for a bubbly good time! Ages 3-11. Registration required; please call 586-751-5377 to register.
On Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 2:00 p.m., the Warren Civic Center Library will host the free program, “Exotic Zoo.” Exotic Zoo will visit with some unusual creatures, including a kangaroo, an iguana, a honey bear, and more!
Books, Brew, & Banter is Warren Public Library's book club in a brewery! Our book for February is Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall. Books, Brew, & Banter will meet on Tuesday, February 21, 2017, 7:30 pm, at LILY'S SEAFOOD GRILLE AND BREWERY. Lily's Seafood Grille and Brewery is located at 410 S Washington Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48067.
Calling all tweens who love books or chocolate, or better yet, both! Tweens can come to the Miller Library on Tuesday, February 21, at 6:30 pm to talk about their favorite books, find a new series to try, and suggest titles for the library to buy all while enjoying brownies and hot cocoa!
On Monday, February 27, 2017 at 6:30 p.m., the Warren Civic Center Library will host the free program, “Glow- in-the-Dark Storytime.” We will have fun with glow-in-the dark books and flashlight tales. Each child will receive a glow stick and make a special light-up firefly craft.
Great Lakes Shipwrecks Tuesday, February 28 6-7:30pm Warren Community Center Conference Room A (Room 203) Learn about these underwater treasures with Joel Stone, Senior Curator of the Detroit Historical Society. Registration is required. To register, please visit warrenlibrary.net or call 586-751-5377.
Join us this month, on Tuesday, February 28, at 6:30 pm, as we explore the concept of light and color with some fun experiments about rainbows. Ages 5-11.Registration required; please call 586-751-5377 to register.
Cluttered Lives, Empty Souls: Understanding and Treating Hoarding Disorder. Thursday, March 16 6-7:30 pm Warren Community Center Cafeteria Room 420. Registration is required. Visit info desk, call 586-751-5377 or go to warrenlibrary.net to register.
St. Josaphat and Our Lady of Grace "Lenten Blood Drive" at Ryan and South 11 Mile Rd. Sunday, March 19, 2017 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Call Dan at 586-755-1740 for an appointment or register online at www.redcrossblood.org walk-ins welcome
Spring for the Homeless. A dinner and entertainment benefit buffet dinner, silent auction, raffles. Thursday, April 27, 2017 6:00-10:00pm at Vintage House 31816 Utica Road, Fraser. Call 586-321-0998 or 586-329-4046 for info and tickets
- Pothole Hotline - Call (586) 574-4584
- The Village Commission
The Village Commission meets the first Thursday of the month at the Old Village Hall at Beebe and Flynn St. at 7 p.m. The commission is looking for members. If you are interested, call the Mayor's office for a form at (586) 574-4520.
- The Friends of the Library Book Store
Located at 5961 Beebe St., The Friends of the Library Book Store is now open for business! The store will be open from 9 a.m. - Noon on the following dates: January 8, 15, 16, 22 and 29, February 5, 12, 19, 20 and 26, and March 4, 11, 18, 19 and 25. For more information, please call (586)264-4387.
- Southeast Michigan Chapter of Wild Ones
The S.E. Michigan chapter of 'Wild Ones' meets the third Wednesday of each month in conference room 'B' room, 504 upstairs at the Community Center at 7 p.m. We are advocates of native plants, habitat restoration and green ecology. Help make a difference and see our website. General public welcome.
- Warren Kiwanis Aktion Club
Come and join us on the second and last Wednesday of the month; 6- 7 p.m., in Conference Room B (upstairs) in the Warren Community Center (5460 Arden). Aktion Club is a group of mentally or physically impaired young adults (18 years and older) and their caregivers who would like to give back to their community through helping others. Call Cardell Taylor at (586) 514-4186.
- Warren Toastmasters Club #2260
Warren Toastmasters Club #6838Public speaking skills equals life success. They meet the first and third Saturday of every month from 10 a.m. - noon at Renaissance Unity Church, 11200 E. 11 Mile, Warren. Contact Colette Hughes for more info at (313) 510-2091. Click flyer for more info.
- The Warren Police Department now has a Permanent Disposal Site for Prescription Drugs at 29900 Civic Center Drive, Warren, 48093; (586) 574-4700. Please note that prescription drugs should be put in a sealable plastic bag and liquids & sharps (needles & syringes) are NOT accepted.
- Tree Mulching and Watering Guidelines
- FREE Community Supper the First Wednesday of Every Month
FREE supper is open to everyone and will include main entree, salad dessert and beverage. If you need to stretch your budget, want an evening of fellowship or simply don't feel like cooking, come join us the first Wednesday of every month. The dinners go from 4:30- 6:30 p.m. at St. Paul United Church of Christ, 31654 Mound Rd., Warren, MI.
- Great Lakes Caring: Compassionate Volunteers Needed!
Volunteer opportunities with Great Lakes Caring Hospice include: providing companionship to hospice patients; offering pet hterapy (pet training required); assisting with clerical work in our office; sharing your talents (such as music, art, and crafts); providing bereavement or vigil support for patients' families; attending and helping with our Tea to Remember events; interviewing and recording patients with our Life Stories program; and more! We offer: placement in your area; local training; flexible scheduling; opportunities to anyone 17 years of age or older. For more information about Great Lakes Caring Hospice volunteer program, click here.
- Check Out New Volunteer Opportunities on the "Frontline"
The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program invites seniors age 55 and older to "just do it"- make the call that can get you connected and change your life. If you have just a few hours a month, you can make life better right where you live. Change young lives by tutoring ormentoring students; help local nonprofit agencies; work in a community garden; get onboard as a hospital volunteer; or help a neighbor to continue to live independently with handyman skills. Help is also needed working with the homeless and in food pantries. Call RSVP of Macomb at 756-1430 for more info. Weekend volunteer assignments are available.
- Foster and Adoptive Families Needed
Methodist Children's Home Society is recruiting foster homes within Macomb County so children who reside in that area can continue to reside there and within the school district once they are placed within foster care. Click the link above for more info on becoming a foster parent. Click here to view a PSA about MCHS Foster Care and Adoption.
- Gardeners Needed
- Meals On Wheels Seeks Volunteers
- Motor City Symphony Orchestra 2015-2016 Season
Wheels for Wishes is a non-profit car donation and recycling program that benefits Children’s Hospitals of Michigan. We pick up cars from any location throughout Michigan for free. Click here for more details.
Join us for CARE of Southeastern Michigan special event, Bike Path: Ride for Recovery, along the Lake St. Clair Metropark. Click here for more details.