Make Plans For The Weekend Of September 9-11

children-playing-outdoors-fall16th Annual Birmingham Bloomfield Cultural Arts Awards

Where: Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, 1516 S Cranbrook Rd, Birmingham, MI 48009

Date: September 9, 2011

Time: 6:00pm—8:00pm

The Cultural Arts award will be presented to Maury Okun for his being a “visionary in the arts” and his ability to bring organizations together to share tight resources.

Adelman will receive a Special Lifetime Achievement Award honoring her indefatigable support and volunteer efforts in the arts, and the huge imprint she has left on members of every age and circumstance in our community.

The Birmingham Bloomfield Cultural Arts Awards will be presented during the opening reception for the Annual Exhibition of Birmingham Society of Women Painters at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center on Friday, Sept 9, 2011, from 6-8:00 p.m.

Palladium 12 – Celebrating 10 Years Of Movies, Memories and Magic

Where: Palladium 12 Theatre, 250 N Old Woodward Ave, Birmingham, MI 48009

Date: Monthly

Next on: Saturday, September 10, 2011

The Palladium 12 theatre is celebrating 10 years of movies, memories and magic where “10″ is our magic number!

Any Movie, All Day, Any Time for only $10!  Visit the the Palladium 12 on the 10th day of each month for this exceptional entertainment value! August -November. Includes admission ticket, regular pop, small pop corn, and hot dog (excludes 3D).

For information on our other 10 year anniversary specials and promotions, please call 248-723-6240 or visit UptownEntertainment.com

Features: Open to All

Website: http://www.UptownEntertainment.com

Phone: 248-723-6240

Price: $10

Growing a Healthy Garden

Where: Birmingham Historical Museum and Park, 556 W Maple Rd, Birmingham, MI 48009

Date: September 10, 2011

Time: 1:00pm—3:00pm

This program for kids 6-10 will focus on fresh healthy foods that are easy for kids to grow themselves. Each child will leave with a simple growing project they can try at home.

Features: Kids

Price: Free

Michigan Humane Society – Pet Photo Fundraiser

Where: Seeger People Photography, 378 E Maple Rd, Birmingham, MI 48009

Date: Daily

Time: 10:00am—4:00pm

Next on: Sunday, September 11, 2011

Seeger People Photography is blocking out two days to help the Michigan Human Society. In return for a $20 donation to the Michigan Human Society, you recieve a 15-minute photo session of you and your pet (or just your pet if you’re camera shy) and a free 5×7 photograph.

Features: Open to All

Website: http://www.seegerpeople.net

Phone: 248-646-9010

Email: ngwattles@aol.com

Price: 20

Tickets: Buy Tickets

Triumph Over Tragedy: Faces of the Holocaust

Where: 6600 W Maple Rd, West Bloomfield, MI 48322

Date: September 10, 2011

Time: 6:30pm—8:30pm

Triumph Over Tragedy: Faces of the Holocaust will debut at the Janice Charach Epstein Gallery in the JCC, as the first of what will become a traveling exhibit featuring the portraiture of Monni Must in an effort to raise money to help people heal after tragedy.

After the devastating and unexpected death of her eldest daughter, Miya, celebrated portrait photographer Monni Must embarked on a quest to find a reason to go on in the face of unspeakable tragedy. She photographed and interviewed Holocaust survivors, learning from them how to build lives of beauty and meaning despite the devastations they experienced.

This project — which created her first book, Living Witnesses — has expanded to become a global effort to record the stories and triumphs of survivors. This year, Must created the non-profit A Dime & A Penny Foundation, in memory of Miya Jo Must and Billy Jacobs, Must’s father. The foundation raises money and creates books and exhibits to provide others inspiration and support in the wake of tragedy.

Living Witnesses 2 will feature more than 300 survivors from around the world, in portrait and in story. The book will be accompanied by a curriculum so that it may be used for educational purposes in communities that seek to remember and learn from the atrocities of the Holocaust.

The September exhibit includes portraits, profiles and a slide show from the Living Witnesses 2 collection.

Monni Must has been a portrait photographer for more than 30 years. Her artistic, stunning work has appeared all over the world. Her for-profit business, Naturally Monni, is located in Sylvan Lake, Michigan. www.naturallymonni.com.

Website: http://www.dimeandpenny.org

Phone: 248-977-5140

Eight Teachings for Pursuing Your Dreams

Where: Karma Yoga, 3683 W Maple Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301

Date: September 11, 2011

Time: 3:00pm—4:30pm

Debra B. Darvick, author of This Jewish Life Stories of Discovery, Connection, and Joy will be at Karma Yoga in Bloomfield Hills today.  Ms. Darvick will give an inspirational talk on “Eight Teachings for Pursuing Your Dreams.”

You may purchase her book and have it signed after the talk.

A portion of the book sales will be donated to the Yoga By Design Foundation.

Features: Open to All

Website: http://www.karma-yoga.net/

Phone: 248.723.9168

Art & Apples Festival

Where: Rochester Municipal Park, Ludlow Street, Rochester, MI

Date: September 10, 2011

Time: 9:00am—7:30pm

The 46th Annual Art & Apples festival will feature over 285 artists, entertainment, a Kids Art Zone, an activity zone and 3 food courts. This festival draws over 125,000 people every year.

Features: Open to All

Website: http://www.artandapplesfestival.com

Phone: 248-651-4110

15th Annual Parade of Stars Bluegrass Festival-Auburn Hills

Where: 1827 N Squirrel Rd, Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Date: September 10, 2011

Time: 12:00pm—7:30pm

The City of Auburn Hills promises another pickin’ good jamboree at its 15th annual Parade of Stars Bluegrass Festival. This all-day celebration of acoustic melodies takes place on Saturday, September 10, from 12:00 noon — 7:30 pm, on the lawn of the Community Center in Civic Center Park, 1827 N. Squirrel Road. There is a $5 entry fee per adult; students and children are free. This year, five nationally acclaimed bluegrass bands will headline the concert: Grass Cats, Cody Shuler & Pine Mountain Railroad, Claire Lynch Band, Cats & The Fiddler from Milford, and returning host band, The Special Consensus. Band merchandise will be sold at the event, and audience members will have the opportunity to “meet and greet” the bands before and after they play. David Blakney of radio station CJAM in Windsor, Ontario, is the returning emcee of the event, and local Auburn Hills’ musician and songwriter Natalie Myziuk will open the festival by singing the National Anthem and Oh Canada. The event takes place rain or shine. Lawn chairs are recommended, and coolers are allowed. No alcohol, however, is permitted. Food and beverages will be available for purchase from Longhorn Steakhouse. Throughout the day, shuttle buses will be transporting guests to and from the parking lot of GKN Driveline, 3300 University Drive, where free parking is available adjacent to the concert. For more information, visit www.auburnhills.org, or contact Auburn Hills Parks and Recreation Department at 248.370.9353.

Features: Open to All

Website: http://www.auburnhills.org

Phone: 248-370-9353

Email: bmarzolf@auburnhills.org

Price: $5 adults; students/children are free

Royal Oak Animal Shelter Back to School Adoption Event

Where: Royal Oak Animal Shelter, 1515 N Edgeworth Ave, Royal Oak, MI 48067

Date: September 10, 2011

Time: 12:00pm—4:00pm

It’s back to school time and the Royal Oak Animal Shelter has a perfect furry study buddy for you!The Royal Oak Animal Shelter, which is funded entirely by donations, is having an adoption event on Saturday, September 10th from noon to 4:00 pm. There is a great selection of adorable kittens, cats, and dogs of all sizes and shapes waiting to meet you. There will be special pricing in effect for the event.  You can view our companion animals at www.roas.petfinder.com.

Website: http://www.roas.petfinder.com

Phone: (248) 246-3364

Email: roanimalshelterstaff@yahoo.com

The Detroit Shoppe Tours of Detroit: Masonic Temple

Where: The Somerset Collection, 2800 W Big Beaver Rd, Troy, MI 48084 (The Detroit Shoppe)

Date: September 10, 2011

Time: 7:00pm

The Detroit Shoppe at Somerset Collection in Troy would like to take you on a guided tour of the Masonic Temple in Detroit.

The tour leaves from The Detroit Shoppe in a fancy luxury motor coach. Reservations may be made at the Detroit Shoppe or by calling the store at 248-816-5470.

Features: Open to All

Website: http://www.detroitmovesme.com

Phone: 248-816-5470

Price: $5

Free Yoga Class at Lululemon

Where: The Somerset Collection, 2800 W Big Beaver Rd, Troy, MI 48084

Date: Weekly on Sundays

Time: 11:00am—11:55am

Next on: Sunday, September 11, 2011

The Lululemon athletic store in the Somerset Collection will have a complimentary yoga class in their store every Sunday morning.

Features: Open to All

Website: http://www.lululemon.com

Phone: 248-649-6267

Remembering Our Heroes 9/11 Memorial

Where: 950 W Maple Rd, Troy, MI 48084 (Krav Maga Detroit Training Facility)

Date: September 11, 2011

Time: 10:00am—11:00am

A Memorial will be held to honor the victims and first responders of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, followed by a fundraiser to benefit Operation Homefront Michigan.

The Memorial begins at 10 am and will have guest speakers, an official military honor guard, a military brass band, and official military vehicles.

The fundraiser follows from 11:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. and includes a series of hands-on self-defense and weapons defense Krav Maga seminars for adults and activities for the whole family.

All proceeds will benefit the military families and wounded in Michigan.

Features: Open to All

Phone: 248-688-9501

Email: info@kmdetroit.com

All courtesy of Patch.com, to find more events near you, go to Patch and select your city then select events.

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