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PAGE 8                                                         ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN                                            June 13, 2019

                                                                        Calendar of events

        Inspire presents Leading Ladies          The library is located at 6123 Central  Black Heart Boutique, Sideways and  325 is located at 41700 Ann Arbor Road,
           Inspire Theatre will present Leading  City Parkway in Westland. For more infor-  Specialty Pets.                Plymouth. For more information, call
        Ladies, the story of two Shakespearean  mation, call (734) 326-6123.           Online tickets and /or more informa-  (734) 453-1780 or visit
        actors who find themselves performing on                                     tion go to; or  or email
        the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish   Church plans car show                 call (734) 459-7146.
        country of Pennsylvania. They hear that  St. Paul Lutheran Church in New                                           Picnic registration deadline near
        an old lady is about to die and leave her  Boston will host a car show as part of the  Beer festival planned          Registration   for  the   Inkster
        fortune to her two long-lost English   free Summer Blast celebration.          Northville Chamber of Commerce will  Commission on Aging Annual Picnic clos-
        nephews. They resolve to pass themselves  The event is planned for 11 a.m. until 4  host the third annual Tapped in the 'Ville  es June 28.
        off as her beloved relatives and get the  p.m. Saturday, June 22 at the church,  Beer Festival from 2-6 p.m.  Saturday,  The picnic will take place from 11:30
        cash. Trouble ensues when they discover  19109 Craig St. at the corner of Ellis Road  June 22. The festival is a 21 and older  until 2:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2 at Wheatley
        the relatives are nieces, not nephews.   one block off Sibley Road.          event and will take place at Millennium  Park in the city. The park is located at the
           Performances are set for 7:30 p.m. June  The day-long event will include a 50/50  Park (45769 Six Mile). It will feature local  intersection of Penn and Beech Daly
        15, 21, and 22 and at 3 p.m. June 16 and 23  raffle, door prizes, food, drink, games, face  and regional breweries and visitors will  Road.
        at Westland Center for the Arts, 33455  painting, a waterslide and the Huron  be able to sample a vast selection of craft  Call (313) 561-2382 to register for the
        Warren Road in Westland.               Township Fire Department obstacle     beers, enjoy live entertainment and there  event which will include a cake walk,
           Tickets, priced at $16, are available at  course.                         will be food trucks on site.          bingo, a t-shirt for all registered partici-
        inspiretheatre, For more  For more information about the free   Admission includes 10 tasting tickets  pants along with a boxed lunch, games
        information, call (734) 751-7057.      event, call (734) 753-9083.           and a 12-ounce "Tapped in the Ville" mug.  and fellowship.
                                                                                     For tickets or for more information, call  For more information, call the number
        Summer reading program starts          Firefighters host charity barbecue    (248)     349-7640      or      visit  listed above.
           The William P. Faust Public Library of  The City of Wayne firefighters will host
        Westland will begin the Summer Reading  the 3rd Annual Charity BBQ from 11 a.m.                                    Police to show movie
        Program from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Saturday,  until 2 p.m. June 22 at the fire station, 3300  Library hosts Touch a Truck  Movie Night at the Inkster Police
        June 15.                               South Wayne Road.                       The William P. Faust Public Library of  Department is set for 8:30 p.m. Friday,
           Planned is spin art, a bubble station,  The cost for the meal is $5 and will  Westland will host a Touch a Truck event  June 28.
        light refreshments and other attractions.  include a hamburger or hot dog, chips,  from 10 until 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 25.  The free event includes fresh popcorn,
        The event is free.                     drink and dessert. Entertainment will   The event will take place in the library  hot dogs and other refreshments. The
           The library is located at 6123 Central  include face painting, a bounce house, ice  parking lot where several emergency  movie is shown outside at the police
        City Parkway in Westland. For more infor-  cream and other attractions. There will  vehicles, a police car, and others will be  department parking lot, so visitors should
        mation, call (734) 326-6123.           also be raffles and a 50/50 drawing.  parked for close-up inspections.      dress for the weather and bring a chair or
                                                 Advance tickets are not necessary.    No registration is required and all ages  blanket to sit on.
        Museum hosts Paint and Pour                                                  are welcome at the free event. The library  A vote is currently being taken to
           The Wayne Historical Society mem-   Flowers Are Forever is Tuesday        is located at 6123 Central City Parkway in  choose the first movie. To vote, go to
        bers will host Paint and Pour from 1-3   The Trailwood Garden Club in        Westland.                   
        p.m. June 15. The event includes the lay-  Plymouth will present the 23rd annual  For more information, call (734) 326-  The Inkster Police Department is
        ing of colors in a cup and pouring them on  "Flowers Are Forever" garden walk from  6123.                          located at 26279 Michigan Ave. in Inkster.
        a canvas to make modern art. All paint,  11 a.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 25.
        supplies and canvas will be provided as  Guests can meet the homeowners,     Jazz at the Elks set                  Annual Flea Market planned
        part of the $30 per person fee. More can-  bring questions for the Master Gardeners  Jazz at The Elks takes place from 7-9:30  The Romulus Historical Society will
        vasses are available for an additional fee.  and visit the perennial and garden treas-  p.m. on the last Tuesday of the month at  host the Annual Flea market from 8 a.m.
           The event will take place at the muse-  ure sale.  Complementary refreshments  the Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge.  until 5 p.m. Saturday June 29 at Romulus
        um, 1 Town Square in Wayne, at the cor-  will be served and a door prize will be  There is a $10 donation at the door which  Historical Park, 11147 Hunt St. in
        ner of Main and Biddle.                awarded.                              includes hors d'oeuvres.              Romulus.
                                                 Admission is $10 and $12 day of the   Dave Tatrow Quartet will perform       Vendors should furnish their own
        Coffee With A Cop served               walk.  Children younger than 12 are   June 25. This versatile trumpeter plays  tables.
           The Inkster Police Department will  admitted at half price. Admission tickets  the whole gamut of jazz and will bring a  There will be a wide variety of items
        host Coffee With  A Cop at 10 a.m. June 19  will provide descriptions and directions  veteran band of musicians: Pat Cronley  for sale.
        at Applewood Coney Island, 28640       to the five gardens and the perennial and  on keyboard, Kurt Krahnke on bass and  For more information or to sign up as a
        Michigan Ave. in Inkster.              treasure sale.                        Pete Siers on drums.                  vendor, contact Cathy Morse (734) 941-
           There is no agenda or speeches, just an  Tickets can be purchased at the Little  The Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge  6361.
        opportunity to enjoy a cup of coffee, ask
        questions, voice concerns and get to know
        the officers serving area neighborhoods.

        Legislator sets coffee hour
           State Sen. Dayna Polehanki (D-
        Livonia) will host a coffee hour in Canton
        from 7-8 p.m. June 20 at Canton Township
           Coffee hours, which are open to the
        public, give residents a chance to meet
        with Polehanki, hear updates from
        Lansing and discuss issues impacting
        Western Wayne County.
           Canton Township Hall is located at
        1150 South Canton Center Road, Canton,
        MI 48188. No RSVP is required. For addi-
        tional information, call (517) 373-7350 or
        email SenDPolehanki@senate. michi-

        Mini-golf tournament set
           The Wayne Chamber of Commerce will
        sponsor a Mini Golf Tournament begin-
        ning with registration at 11 a.m. June 20 at
        Garden City Mini Golf Course.
           Lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. and
        there will be a shotgun start at 11:45 a.m.
        The course is 18 holes and there will be a
        scramble format with course contests.
           Early registration is encouraged by
        organizers. Registration is available at the
        Wayne Chamber of Commerce office,
        34844 West Michigan Ave. in Wayne. The
        fee is $25 per golfer and sponsorships are
        still available.
           For more information or to donate, call
        (734) 721-0100.

        Firefighters to teach CPR
           The Romulus Chamber of Commerce
        will sponsor an AED and CPR class in
        conjunction with the Romulus Fire
           The class is set for 3-5 p.m. Thursday,
        June 20 at Romulus Fire Station 4, 28777
        Eureka Road in Romulus.
           Cost for the class is $35 and registration
        and payment must be received by the
        chamber office no later than Monday,
        June 17.
           For more information, call (734) 893-
        0694. The chamber office is located at
        11189 Shook Road in Romulus.

        Vacation Bible School offered
           St. Paul Lutheran Church will offer
        Vacation Bible School classes from 6-8
        p.m. June 20 and 21 and from 10 a.m. until
        noon June 22.
           The church is located at 19109 Craig St.
        in New Boston.
           For more information or to register,
        call (734) 753-9048.

        Library hosts Disc Dogs
           The William P. Faust Public Library of
        Westland will host Disc Dogs of Michigan
        from 6-7 p.m. June 20 on the library lawn.
           There will be a family fun show, with
        amazing K9 athletes, including fast dogs,
        Frisbee dogs, and trick dogs.  No registra-
        tion required and all ages are welcome at
        the free show.
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