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FieldDay is tomorrow
The Fourth Annual Family Field Day &
Movie in the Park will begin at 7 p.m.
tomorrow, Aug. 10, in Heritage Park, locat-
ed west of Canton Center Road between
CherryHill andPalmer roads.
Family-friendly activities will include
classic favorites, such as: potato sack races,
shoe kicks, and distance throw. No pre-reg-
istration is required for the Canton
Leisure Services event.
Registration fees are $12 per family can
be paid on-site; cash only. Food, snacks
and popcorn will also be available for pur-
The event is open to the public and is
appropriate for all ages.
Following the Family Field Day events,
a special showing of Despicable Me 3
(Rated PG) will take place on the park big
screen starting at dusk. Food, snacks, and
popcorn will also be available for pur-
chase. Individuals who are not able to
attend the Family Field Day activities are
still encouraged to attend the freemovie.
For more information visit or call (734) 3945460.
Village displays artist'swork
The work of Plymouth artist Kay Masini
is now on display at the Village Theater,
50400CherryHill Road inCanton.
The exhibit, titled People See. People
Do, comprise representational abstract
paintings of many life situations. The art
will remain ondisplay throughAug. 29.
Meet Up and Eat Up
Meet Up andEat Up, an effort to ensure
that children in lower-income areas con-
tinue to receive nutritious meals during
long school vacations, when they do not
have access to the National School Lunch
or School Breakfast Programs, is available
from noon until 1 p.m. every Monday
through Thursday at the Jefferson Barnes
Community Vitality Center, located at
32150Dorsey St. inWestland.
The programcontinues throughAug. 16.
Art exhibit under way
A solo exhibit of the paintings of artist
Sharlene Welton titled Refuge is under
way at the Westland City Hall Gallery,
36300WarrenRoad inWestland.
The paintings will be one display from9
a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
until Aug. 29.
There is an opening reception set for 7-
9 p.m. Aug. 10. Some of the art will be for
sale. The exhibit is free and open to the
public. For more information, contact
or thewild-
BonusMarket planned
The Romulus Downtown Development
Authority will host a bonus market at the
Romulus Farmer's Market from 11 a.m.
until 4 p.m. Aug. 11.
The market takes place at Romulus
Historical Park, 11147Hunt St. inRomulus
For more information, call (313) 204-
0990 orMerrieDruyor at (734) 955-4531.
CoffeeWithACop Tuesday
The Inkster Police Department will
continue to host Coffee With A Cop at. the
third Wednesday of each month. The Aug.
15 event will take place at 10 a.m. at
ApplewoodConey Island.
There is no agenda or speeches, just an
opportunity to enjoy a cup of coffee with a
local police officer, ask questions, voice
concerns and get to know the neighbor-
hood officers.
The restaurant is located at 28640
MichiganAve. in Inkster.
Casting call
Inspire Theatre in Westland will host
auditions for a production of The Addams
Family set for October andNovember.
Auditions will take place at Westland
Center for the Arts, 33455 Warren Road in
Westland beginning at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 14
and 15. Actors will perform a cold reading
and be taught lyrics to When You're An
Performers are asked to wear comfort-
able clothing and stay for the entire audi-
Roles for the entire Addams family
including Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester,
Grandma, Wednesday and Pugsley
Addams will be cast, along with Lurch,
Mal, Alice and Lucas Beineke and five
male and five femaleAddams ancestors.
For more information, call (734) 751-
Diamond nominees sought
The Wayne Commission on Aging is
seeking nominations for the Diamond of
theCommunity award.
Candidates must be aWayne resident at
least 70 years old who continues to volun-
teer throughout the community.
Nomination forms are available at Wayne
City Hall, library and HYPE Recreation
Center. The recipient will be recognized at
a dinner Sept. 18.
Nomination forms must be submitted to
the Wayne Senior Services Office, in the
HYPE Recreation Center, 4635 Howe
RoadbyTuesday, Aug.14.
For more information, call (734) 721-
City showsmovies
The City of Romulus is expecting huge
crowds for free outdoor Movies in the
Jumanji will be shown at dusk on
Friday, Aug. 17, at Romulus Historical
Park, 11147Hunt St.
Attendees are encouraged to arrive
early and bring a blanket or lawn chair for
seating. Movieswill start at 8:30 or 9 p.m.
The city will spray for mosquitoes to cut
down on insects.
For more information, call (734) 941-
Police planMovieNight
The Inskter Police Department will
host Movie Night beginning at 8:30 p.m.
Friday, Aug. 24 in the parking lot at the
police station, 26279 Michigan Ave. in
The movie this month will be
Ferdinand, rated PG. There will be free
fresh popped popcorn, hot dogs and snow
Themoviewill be shown outside so par-
ticipants are advised to dress for the
weather and bring a chair or blanket for
The Inkster Police Department will
continue to host Coffee With A Cop the
third Wednesday of each month. The Sept.
12 event will take place beginning at 6:30
p,m. at Gracie SeePastaria,
There is no agenda or speeches, just an
opportunity to enjoy a cup of coffee with a
local police officer, ask questions, voice
concerns and get to know the neighbor-
hood officers.
The restaurant is located at 26734
MichiganAve. in Inkster.
Community Baby Shower planned
A Community Baby Shower is planned
from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Saturday,
Sept. 22, at TrinityEpiscopal Church.
The speakers for the event will be
Hilary Hitte from First Step and the Rev.
The church is located at 11575
Belleville Road just south of I-94 Service
Drive. Refreshmentswill be served.
This is a free event open to the public.
For more information about shower
needs for infants and toddlers contact M.
Mom2MomSale set
St.Edith & St. Colette Church will spon-
sor a Mom to Mon Sale from 8:30 until
noonSaturday, Sept. 29.
There will be 74 tables of deals on gen-
tly used maternity, baby and children's
Admission is $2. The church is located
at 15089 Newburgh Road, south of Five
MileRoad inLivonia.
For more information email m2mta-
August 9, 2018
Calendar of events
The annual Lucky Ducky Rubber
DuckRacewill take place onBelleville
Lake beginning at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 16.
The annual event, a fundraiser for
the Rotary Club of Belleville, takes
place annually at Horizon Park in
Belleville. The first place winner this
year will take home $1,000, second
place will win $250 and third place will
be awarding $100.
Tickets (or ducks) are priced at $5
per ticket or five for $20, and only 1,100
duckswill be launched.
The little yellow rubber ducks, num-
bered to match tickets purchased, are
released into the lake and the first
three to cross the finish line are deter-
mined thewinners.
Proceeds from the annual event are
used to help theRotary Club fund proj-
ects in the community including col-
lege scholarships, dictionaries for
third-grad students, coasts for Kids
Program, Band Boosters, Sumpter
Children's Christmas, flowers and holi-
day lights at the Gazebo inVictory Park
and two Little Free Libraries in the
To purchase tickets, contact a
Belleville Rotarian. If still available,
tickets will be sold on the day of the
race. Winners need not be present to
win. Sales of fewer than 500 tickets will
result in a 50/50 payout.
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