Upcoming Activities


Save the date for the 11th annual Kite Day, which will take place Saturday, April 29th! For more information, click on the Kite Day flyer.


Deaf Community Advocacy, in partnership with DCH and the ARC, is sponsoring a training that will be held at the ARC of Macomb which will feature deaf culture and awareness.   To register, contact Marcy Colton of Deaf CAN directly, using one of the options provided on the Deaf Culture and Awareness flyer.  Note that the training is free, and lunch is included!


St.Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center are offering a free summer tutoring program that will focus on math and language arts for 1st through 5th graders. For registration information and further details, see the Free Summer Tutoring flyer.


The Volunteer Coordinators Network of SE Michigan is hosting a Volunteer Recruitment Fair on April 29th. Many different organizations are looking for volunteers. For more information, click on the Volunteer Fair flyer.


If you are a single parent looking for an oil change,  Woodside Bible Church is offering a free voucher by appointment only on May 6, 2017. Click on the Free Oil Change flyer for scheduling and details.


Michigan Developmental Disabilities Institute presents a Free Webinar for Direct Support Professionals on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 12 to 3:15 pm. Please click on the Free Webinar flyer for details and registration info.


Feeding the Need has new summer hours! Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., with free community meal and lunch served at noon. For more information or to support the cause, please see the Feeding the Need flyer.


Join Keynote Speaker, Gail Perry-Mason, financial coach, author, and speaker, for the 2017 Fair Housing Workshop: “Home Ownership Matters: Getting to Homeownership and Building Wealth through Your Most Valuable Asset.” This free event is on April 17, 2017 at the Southfield Public Library. Click on the Fair Housing Workshop flyer for details.


In honor of Mental Health Month in May, join the 13th Annual Walk-A-Mile in My Shoes Rally on Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 at the State Capitol Building in Lansing. Their goal is to enhance public awareness, end stigma, promote mental health and wellness, and to make a difference! For time and transportation details, please see the Walk-A-Mile Rally flyer.


Please click the Realties of Arab Americans flyer for a training opportunity presented by the Arab American and Chaldean Council.  The first training is scheduled for 4/21/17 and will be offered monthly for the rest of the year.


Macomb Literacy Partners is offering free private tutoring for adults. Learn to read or learn to speak English at a time that is good for you!  See the Free Tutoring flyer for more information.

If you are interested in becoming a tutor for the Macomb Literacy Partners, click the Tutor Information Sessions flyer for details.


On March 16th, join presenter Terrence Shulman and engage in a respectful and thought-provoking interactive presentation about hoarding. Learn about what hoarding is and isn’t, what causes it, and how best to address and treat it. Click the Cluttered Lives, Empty Souls flyer for registration information.


Celebrate Teen Tech Week at the Warren Arthur Miller Library on March 7th with Bristle Bot Racing. Construct a bot on the head of a toothbrush, decorate, and then race! For registration details, click on the Bristle Bots Racing flyer.


National Learn About Butterflies Day is March 14th. Come learn about the metamorphosis from caterpillars to beautiful butterflies! Click the Caterpillar to Butterfly flyer for more information.


Learn, create, and explore the world of science! Meetings are the fourth Tuesday of every month. Registration is required. Click the Mad Scientist Club flyer for details.


Join Rotary International and Macomb Charity Events at a Kentucky Derby Party on May 6th in Shelby Township. It includes dinner, contests, prizes, and more. For ticket information, see the Kentucky Derby Party flyer.


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