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'Chicken' tickets nowon sale
Tickets are now on sale for the Actors
Community Theater and City of Wayne
RecreationDepartment dinner theater pres-
entation of Chicken With a side of Murder, a
Join an array of wacky characters as they
dine andwatch theworld's greatest detective
solve murders right in front of their eyes.
There's only one catch . . . anyone can be the
victim, and you're on your own in finishing
the evening alive! Can you solve the mystery
before the detective does, or will the killer
manage to escape the evening and kill
Doors at the Wayne Community Center
Banquet Hall will open at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 4
and the showwill begin at 7 p.m. Feb. 4.
Tickets are $35 per person an include the
buffet dinner, open bar and performance.
Advance sale tickets will only be available at
the Wayne Community Center or by calling
(734) 721-7400 ext 1309.
Christmas sale under way
The Belleville Area Museum will contin-
ue the Christmas clearance sale through
Jan. 21. The museum gift shop will feature
savings on holiday ornaments and decora-
Proceeds support the projects and pro-
grams of the Belleville Area Museum and
Historical Society.
Seniors host High Tea
Community members of all ages are
encouraged to attend the Canton Senior
Center Valentine's High Tea Event from 1-3
p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8 in the Summit on the
Park'sMapleRoom, located at 46000 Summit
Parkway. A special Valentine's celebration is
planned at this afternoon tea party, which
will feature finger sandwiches, cream
scones, desserts and tea - all provided by
Victoria's TeaSalon.
Registration for this Valentine's Day High
Tea is $16 for Canton residents and $21 for
non-residents. Sign up at or
by calling (734) 394-5460.
For more information on this Valentine's
High Tea Celebration, hosted by Canton
Leisure Services Senior Center, call (734)
FreeCPR class offered
The Romulus Fire Department and
Health Link Emergency Medical Transport
will offer a basic CPR Class FREE to
Romulus residents onSaturday, Jan. 21.
Space is limited so advance registration is
required. To register or for additional infor-
mation, contact the Romulus Fire
Department AdministrativeHeadquarters at
(734) 941-8585.
Romulus fire officials said that those
uncertain about whether they want to learn
CPR should consider that effective
bystander CPR provided immediately after
sudden cardiac arrest can double or triple a
victim's chance of survival.
Library sets Storytime hours
Registration for Winter Storytimes at the
Belleville Area District Library are now
Sessions designedwith age specific activi-
ties are planned at various times and days of
Story times will continue from Jan. 18
throughFeb. 22.
For times and age classifications, call the
library at (734) 699-3291.
Naturewalk planned
A naturalist from the Nankin Mills
Interpretive Center in Westland will guide a
walk through the winter woods beginning at
10 a.m. Jan. 21.
The 2-hour walk will start at the
Interpretive Center with hot cocoa and cof-
fee and then participants will hike to the
Holliday Nature Preserve, Ellsworth
Section. The naturalist will explain how to
recognize winter trees and shrubs by bark
and buds and explore other signs of nature.
Visitors should dress for the weather and be
aware that the trail can be slippery and
The fee for Wayne County residents is $4,
and $5 for out of county residents. Pre-regis-
tration is available at the park office, 33175
Ann Arbor Trail, Westland. For information,
call (734) 261-1850.
Church hosts concert
Contemporary Christian artist Marty
Miller will perform in concert at 2 p.m. Jan.
29 at Community United Methodist Church
Miller will perform original songs along
withwell known songs andworshipmusic.
There will be a potluck supper after the
worship concert. A love offering will be col-
lectedduring the concert.
The church is located at 11150 Olive St. at
the corner of Olive andBibbins inRomulus.
Free hockey clinic planned
Boys and girls ages 4 to 9 can try hockey
from 1:30-2:30 P.M. Feb. 4 at the Plymouth
Cultural Center Ice Arena, 525 Farmer in
Participants should arrive no later than 1
p.m. and pre-registration must be complete
at least a week in advance at. The event is
limited to the first 50 who register at
www. ma h a . o r g / t r y h o c k e y. a s p x
Free instruction will be provided by Ron
Hayes and coaches from the Plymouth
Canton Hockey Association. The clinic will
be presented by Detroit Red Wings
Foundation, Michigan Amateur Hockey
Association and the City of Plymouth
Participants will receive a hockey jersey
to keep. Equipment is available for use, how-
ever skates are limited.
Daddy-Daughter Dance tickets on sale
The Plymouth Recreation Department is
sponsoring the first Daddy-Daughter dance
from6:30-8:30 p.m. Feb. 4.
Tickets for the event are $10 and include
music by a DJ from Dramatic Dimensions,
light refreshments and snacks and souvenir
photos and packages will be available to
order at an additional cost.
Semi-formal, dressy attire is recommend-
Space is limited so advance tickets must
be purchased. Nowalk-inswill be admitted.
For more information or to purchase tick-
ets, call (734) 455-6620.
Free tax help for seniors offered
The City of Wayne Senior Services will
offer the tax assistance through the
American Association of Retired Persons.
The program is free to anyone who files
basic tax forms and all returns will be e-filed
the day of preparation.
Taxes will be prepared each Wednesday
during February and March by appointment
only. To make an appointment, call (734)721-
After school programs offered
Registration for the after school recre-
ation programs sponsored by the City of
Wayne Parks and Recreation Department is
now open, too. Activities include basketball,
floor hockey, dodge ball and several others.
The activities are open to third and fourth
grade students at Hoover, Schweitzer,
Roosevelt, and Taft-Galloway elementary
For information or registration, call (734)
Art House opens exhibit
Etch, Sketch and Stilettos, The Work of
Topher Crowder is the latest exhibit at the
Northville Art House, 215 W. Cady St. in
The exhibit will continue through Jan. 28.
Regular hours are 1-5 p.m. Wednesdays
throughFridays. Admission is free.
Chamber speaker announced
The Greater Romulus Chamber of
Commerce will host David Goodwin,
Goodwin, Lademan & Associates, as the
guest speaker at the Chamber Business
Luncheon beginning at 11:30 a.m. Jan. 17 at
the Cirrus Room, Romulus Athletic Center,
35765Northline, Romulus.
Goodwin's topic will be Obama Care
Update and Your Group Insurance. The
cost of the luncheon is $15members/$18 non-
Registration starts at 11:30 a.m. and lunch
will be served at noon. Reservations can be
made by calling the chamber at (734) 893-
at Seating is lim-
Chamber is on a roll
The Annual Bowling Night with the
Romulus Chamber of Commerce is planned
from8:30-11:30 p.m. Jan. 28. Registrationwill
begin at 7:30 p.m. at Lodge Lanes, on the
south I-94 serviceDrive inBelleville.
The cost for three games of 9-pin, no tap is
$40 per couple or $20 per person. There will
be door prizes a 50/50 raffle, a basket raffle
and a cashbar.
The event is limited to the first 144
bowlers andusually sells out quickly.
For tickets or information, call (734) 893-
Free legal assistance offered
Neighborhood Legal Services of
Michigan will offer a free presentation for
Wayne County residents, 60 and older, at 10
a.m. Feb. 21 at theWayneCommunity Center,
4635HoweRoad inWayne.
Following the presentation, seniors may
speak with an attorney who will offer legal
assistance on most civil cases including
wills, guardianship, trusts, power of attorney,
assisted living and othermatter.
Registration is requested by Feb. 13 at
(734) 721-7460.
January 19, 2012