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Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
"A Newsletter to Embrace Life and to Encourage both singles and couples Spiritually, Physically, and Mentally to be Active which brings Good Health"
Volume: 11 Issue: 9 July 15, 2013
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" who satisfies you with good as long as you live so that your youth is renewed like the eagle's."
Psalm 103:5

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Janet Blair leads a group from St. Petersburg to Moscow

Janet Blair in Moscow The Successfully Single Club went from St. Petersburg to Moscow, Russia via the Volga River to participate in a "Dr. Zhivago Russian River Cruise". Here is a slideshow on the re-intalled Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter Blog.

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" Enter his gates with thanksgiving, and his courts with praise! Give thanks to him, bless his name!"
Psalm 100:4

MON. Jul. 15 Events

Weekly Dance
Monday Night Dancers

MON 2013-07-15
Singles and Couples Dance Lessons 6:30, Dance Party 7:30-10:30. No dance partner needed. Lessons $5, Dance Party $6. Snacks included. Big Band, Latin, Swing, Foxtrot, Waltz, Polka. Contact 313-295-1134
Starts at 7:30 PM. Price is $7. Location: Father Patrick O'Kelley K of C. 23663 Park St., Dearborn, MI.
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2013 Annual Townie Street Party: Ann Arbor Street Art Fair.
Ann Arbor Ski Club

MON 2013-07-15

Dance party with The MacPodz (8-9:15 p.m.), an immensely popular local jam band that plays an invigorating mix of R&B, soul, rock, and hard jazz it calls "disco bebop." Other musicians include Seth Bernard & May Erlewine (5:30-6:30 p.m.), the mid-Michigan singer-songwriter duo of Bernard, a Lake City native who writes clever, funny, and candidly insightful folk-, rock-, and jazz-based songs about his life, and Erlewine, a big-voiced singer-songwriter from Big Rapids who writes thoughtful, richly emotional country-flavored songs., and Dragon Wagon (6:45-7:45 p.m.), a highly regarded local acoustic roots-music sextet that calls its music "bluegrass folk-rock with a touch of Irish whiskey." Also, a kids art fair, with some 40 local kids in grades 3-8 showing and selling their art under a big tent, a family-oriented art activity zone, and a "townie hall" featuring information about the organizations that help support the fair. The party also features kids activities and face painting. Food available.

5-9:30 p.m., Washington between Thayer & Fletcher. Free. Diane Gledhill is the host for this event 734-368-5237 or diane82103@yahoo.com.
Submitted by: Google Calendar
From 5:30pm to 9:30pm.. Location: 915 E. Washington Street, Ann Arbor, MI
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Volleyball in the Park
Ann Arbor Ski Club

MON 2013-07-15

Volleyball - Open to ski club members and non members

The Club offers open, casual volleyball at Burns Park in Ann Arbor. All are welcome to drop by and play. Burns Park is located on the corner of Wells and Baldwin Streets, approx. 1 mile northeast of the intersection of Stadium and Packard Blvds. Look for our nets in the field near the picnic pavilion and the basketball courts. Questions? Contact this year's event coordinator, Dennis Slough Phone: 734-883-4982 Email: dennis.slough@comcast.net


Submitted by: Google Calendar
From 6:30pm to 8:30pm.. Location: Burns Park.Wells and Baldwin,Ann Arbor,Mi.
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IT in The D: Listen Live
Business and Professional Event

MON 2013-07-15

Metro Detroit Information Technology networking group Detroitnet.org launches "IT in The D" internet radio show.

Detroit's Raw Radio X has added a new, two hour long show to its weekly lineup -- "IT in The D". A lively mix of discussion among the Detroitnet.org co-founders, guest segments and listener calls, "IT in The D" goes beyond the casual networking events and Pink Slip Parties that Detroitnet.org is famous for all over the metro Detroit area that have resulted in more than 500 people finding new jobs.

The authors of more than 200 articles ranging from the "Don't Be That Guy" series instructing people on what not to do to be successful at networking to "The Dating Corollary" series that draws parallels between the reader's personal and professional lives to make the concepts clear and relatable, founders Bob Waltenspiel, David Phillips and Jeff Mackey were attracted to doing an internet radio show because of its ability to interact with listeners in ways that their website and other social media presences cannot.

David Phillips noted "Since we first started running with the name a few years ago, "IT in The D" has been a number of things. We've experimented with it as a conference name, a news aggregation site, and our wildly successful event on 3/13/13 at St Andrews Hall that brought over 700 members of the metro Detroit information technology community together. It's quick, clean and easy to remember, and so using it as the name for our new internet radio show made perfect sense as a next step."

"We're very excited about this new avenue to reach, and help, people in the area," adds Bob Waltenspiel. "With more than 500 people finding new jobs from our events around the area and our speaking engagements at local colleges and through MEDC's Shifting Gears Program, it was clear to us that our message, methods and advice resonate with people and can help them move forward with their job search, their hiring practices, and of course when they're just looking to extend their professional network. We're using "IT in The D" to extend our reach and continue making things better here in the area."

"Our first two shows have launched us right out of the gate with a strong start," says Jeff Mackey. "The guests that we've had in-studio are people actually doing something solid and important for the metro Detroit IT community. Too many people weren't even aware that a hardcore security conference was taking place in downtown Detroit, or that a group started by and focused on women in the metro Detroit IT community providing hands-on training and instruction even existed. Add in a recruiter each week talking about jobs they're looking to fill and taking calls, and you have another way we help make connections and improve things for people."

The "IT in The D" show airs weekly on Monday nights from 9pm to 11pm live from the Raw Radio X studio in downtown Detroit, Michigan.

For more information, show recaps and past episodes, please visit http://www.ITinTheD.com, like the Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/ITinTheD, or follow and interact with the founders on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/ITinTheD @ITinTheD

How To Listen and Interact

Go to http://www.ITintheD.com from any internet connected device on Monday nights from 9pm to 11pm to listen to the live stream through a browser, or use the provided links to the apps for your particular device's platform.

About Detroitnet.org

Founded in 2001, Detroitnet.org's mission has been to offer a safe and agenda-free networking venue for Information Technology professionals in Metro Detroit without the pressures of sponsorships, name selling, or pushy salespeople. The group re-branded in 2008 to offer an online forum to network as well as our monthly meetings at various bars in the Metro Detroit area. For more information, visit www.detroitnet.org, the Detroitnet.org LinkedIn group, or on Twitter at http://twitter.com/detroitnet More information can be found online at http://www.detroitnet.org


Submitted by: Dave Phillips via google Calendar
From 9:00pm to 11:00pm.. Location: http://www.ITinTheD.com

Vehicle Safety via Mobile Technologies
Business and Professional Event

MON 2013-07-15
Mobile Monday Detroit Monday, July 15 at 5:30 PM With a focus on vehicle safety and mobility, this month's speakers will discuss the year-long V2X / V2V (vehicle-to-infrastructure / vehicle-to-vehicl--- Details: http://www.meetup.com/Mobile-Monday-Detroit/events/121264232/
Submitted by: Via Meetup Calendar
From 9:30pm to 0:00am.. Location: Compuware Building (One Campus Martius, Detroit, MI 48226)



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" Take delight in the LORD, and he will give you the desires of your heart."
Psalm 37:4

 

TUE. Jul. 16 Events

Success Institute

An evening of powerful revelation and transformation, as we share God's word for your success Teaching by the well known motivational speakers Doug Firebaugh and his wife Jodi. Starts at 7:00 PM.

Location: Troy Community Center 3179 Livernois Troy, MI 248-524-3181
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S.O.A.R. (Singles Outreach and Renewal) Meetup
S.O.A.R. (Singles Outreach and Renewal)

TUE 2013-07-16
Food & Fellowship. Join us at this is Panera Cares location'a non-profit community cafe that accepts payments in the form of donations. Each item on the menu is listed with a suggested donation amount. Panera Cares has patio seating, free WiFi and a diverse menu.
Submitted by: Lynn
Starts at 6:00 PM . Price is free . Location: Panera Bread. 22208 Michigan Ave, Dearborn , MI . 313-271-3301
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After Hours Business & Social Networking Event
Tri-County Business Exchange, Inc.

TUE 2013-07-16

Want to connect with some of Metro Detroit's most progressive business owners? Then join us on for a fun night of socializing and networking.

Admission is just $10 in advance; $15 at the door. Includes two hours of networking from 6:00 pm until 8:00 pm and a delicious assortment of complimentary appetizers. Cash bar. Make reservations at www.tcbenetworkevents.com or by calling 248-852-8077. Everyone welcome.


From 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Price is $10 adv; $15 at door. Location: Concorde Inn. 1919 Star-Batt, Rochester Hills, MI. Just north of M-59 and east off Crooks Rd,.

Bike Ride
Schussmeisters Ski Club of Flint

TUE 2013-07-16
Tuesday night we meet in Lennon for a 7-100 mile ride starting at 5:00 pm this is a not drop ride along low traffic roads. There is many people of different levels of riding so come join us.
Submitted by: Via Google Calendar
From 5:00pm to 8:00pm.. Location: Lennon

Jug and Mug Ski Club Meeting
Metropolitan Detroit Ski Council

TUE 2013-07-16

Jug & Mug Ski Club

Lansing

Jug and Mug is the premier singles club. We are a ski and social with something for everyone. Different events every month for the entire year keeps it interesting and fun. Attend a meeting, an event, or check our site to see what you have been missing.

Activities:
Downhill Skiing - recreational Cross-country touring Other
Dues:
$40
Membership: 120
Meetings: Contact: 517-342-9955 hall_family@hotmail.com www.jugandmug.org
Starts at 6:30 PM.. Location: Reno's East. 1310 Abbot Road, East Lansing, MI.
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WED. Jul. 17 Events

The Ann Arbor Art Fairs
Art Show

This event spans the period from 2013-07-17 to 2013-07-17
Wed. - Friday, 10 am to 9 pm
Saturday - 10 am to 5 pm
never on Sunday
This enticing extravaganza of art is officially divided into four events, listed below. In addition to this, every square foot of outdoor space in this area has been sold to people who did not jury into these four events. If there is something you have been hankering for, you can find it in Ann Arbor in July. People come from around the country and some shop all four days. Customers here for the first time are awed by the quantity, the quality and the creativity and vow to return next year. Come to add to your art collection, come to see the best in contemporary art, come to start your collection, you will not be disappointed.
Parking: The easiest way to avoid the traffic is to head to Briarwood Mall, on I-94, and take the shuttle to the fairs. Or, you can arrive early. There are a lot of parking structures adjacent to the exhibit areas that are full by noon (or sooner). The evenings are also a great time to shop and the nearby parking is easier to find in the downtown.
1. The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair
190 Artists On North University, near the Bell Tower
This is the original art fair that started the whole event. Established in 1959, it is highly juried - over 1000 applicants apply for the 190 spaces. The most avant garde work will be exhibited here, as well as many artists who rarely exhibit their work outdoors.
Townie Street Party on Monday night in the Street Fair area, near the Bell Tower.
For more info: www.artfair.org

2. South University Art Fair
200 Artists In the South University shopping district Held in the area where the Street Fair was originally, this event organized by the local merchants has very high standards and some outstanding artwork.

3. State Street Area Art Fair
330 Artists
This fair, coordinated by the State Street Area merchants, has been around since l963. It is located on Liberty, Thompson and surrounding areas. Often you will find newcomers to the world of art fairs exhibiting here---the stars of tomorrow!

4. Summer Art Fair
Two locations:
250 Artists on Main & Liberty
200 Artists on State Street
Organized by the The Guild, an artists organization, this show has the widest range of price levels of any of the Ann Arbor events. Uneven quality, it has some of the best in the show and some of the worst. It is easy to shop on Main Street with nearby parking and a plethora of restaurants.
For more info: www.theguild.org
.. Location: Various Venues. Ann Arbor, Mi.
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Newtwork After Work
Business and Professional Event

WED 2013-07-17
Join Network After Work on Wednesday July 17th at Fifth Avenue (215 W. 5th Ave.) in Royal Oak from 6-9pm. Network After Work events are for professionals of all industries and career levels interested in expanding their professional network. Events take place monthly which allow guests a chance to foster new professional connections in a relaxed atmosphere conducive to business and social networking. Our Metro Detroit events have typical attendance of 300 professionals. Upon entering, guests will receive a name tag color coded by industry which allows for easy navigation. Network After Work events allow guests a chance to get their name and brand in front of some of Metro Detroit's top business professionals while visiting the city's best after work destinations.
RSVP
.. Location: Fifth Avenue. 215 w Fifth, Royal Oak, Mi.

2013 Summer Concerts In the Park

WED 2013-07-17

Summer Concerts begin at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday,

More information
.. Location: Shain Park, Birmingham, Michigan

Meet and Greet-Gino's Surf,Luna Kai
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

WED 2013-07-17
Come and soak up the sun,watch the boats in Lake St Clair,and enjoy a drink with friends at the outdoor bar and grill, Luna Kai.Contact: Suzanne Mueller 586-781-6939 Sandy Kush 586-438-7773
From 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Price is Cash Bar. Location: Gino's Surf. 37400 Jefferson, Harrison Township, MI. 48036 586-468-2611 Gino's is between Crocker and Metro Parkway on Jefferson. For further info go to www.sssgc.net.

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GANG Meeting
Business and Professional Event

WED 2013-07-17
We meet on the third Wednesday of each month, at 6:30pm in the Microsoft office in Southfield, Michigan
Starts at 6:30 PM.. Location: Southfield Town Center. 1000 Town Center Dr., Southfield, MI. 48075 248) 827-2000 .

Happy Hour: Bumper\'s Landing
Sailing Singles

WED 2013-07-17
Arrive by Land or Sea Join Sailing Singles at our July Happy Hour/Dinner/Dance Bumpers Landing 31970 N. River Road Harrison Township, MI 48045 Wednesday, July 17, 2013 4:00 pm
Submitted by: Pamela A. Rupinski
Starts at 4:00 pm . Price is Pay own tab . Location: Bumpers Landing Boat Club. 31970 North River Road, Harrison Township , MI . 48045

Bike Ride
Schussmeisters Ski Club of Flint

WED 2013-07-17
Wednesday night we ride 23 miles at Kensington starting at 5:00 pm, then dinner after. Contact Lindsay (810) 496-3315 or Darjet@aol.com
Submitted by: Via Google Calendar
From 5:00pm to 8:00pm.. Location: Kensington

Woodward Line Poetry Night
Scarab Club

WED 2013-07-17
Woodward Line Poetry Night
Submitted by: Christine Renner Via Google Calendar
From 7:00pm to 9:30pm.. Location: Scarab Club. 217 Farnsworth, Detroit, Mi.48202 313-831-1250

Como's Social
Thunderbird Ski Club

WED 2013-07-17
Arlene Bellas Hostess for this event. All the details are on the flyer below! See more about this fun new event location here: http://comosferndale.com/ Parking behind Como's off of 9 Mi. Rd. Open full calendar page by clicking "more details" below with a 'live' link to the flyer. Or, you can open the flyer for full details by copy/pasting the link below into your browser: http://s20.postimg.org/c2wxcez19/Como_flyer_REV.jpg
Submitted by: Jim Michon Via Google Calendar
.. Location: Como's Ferndale, Michigan
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" compassion for animals is intimately connected with goodness of character; and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man."
Schopenhauer

THU. Jul. 18 Events

Stars & Stripes Dinner Dance
Fairlane Ballroom Dance Club

Reserve by 2013-07-14 for WE. 2013-07-18

Ballroom Dance to the music of the Mike Wolverton Band.

Dinner catered by Halina, Menu: Pork Chops, Sauerkraut & Sausage, Chicken, Red Skin Potatoes, Corn.

Best hardwood dance floor in the area.

Door prizes, 50/50.

For information or tickets by mail contact Jean at 734-516-0500.
Submitted by: Jean M. Orleans
From 5:00 PM to 10:30 PM . Member Price is $15.00 and guest price is $17.00 . Location: Pvt. John Lyskawa V.F.W. Hall. 68, Dearborn Heights , MI . 48127 734-516-0500 olgertsg@hotmail.com
Submitted by: Jean M. Orleans Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Meet & Greet Meeting - monthly
American Singles Golf Association-SE Michigan

THU 2013-07-18
This is a great opportunity to meet new people, attend fun social events and to play golf. Our chapter covers south-east Michigan. All levels of skill are welcome. Join us for our monthly meeting. Questions? Contact Denny at dennisoneill@comcast.net
Submitted by: Fran Firek
Starts at 6:00 PM . Price is . Location: G. Subu's Leather Bottle Restaurant. 20300 Farmington Rd., Livonia , MI . 48152 248-474-2420 gsubusleatherbottle.com

Sonic Lunch Summer Concerts
Ann Arbor Ski Club

THU 2013-07-18

If you work downtown Ann Arbor these are some shows you might want to see on your lunch hour. There is no host for these just providing the information.

2013 Sonic Lunch Line-up:

  • 7/11 Luke Winslow-King
  • 7/25 Brett Dennen wsg/Dan Henig
  • 8/01 The Ragbirds
  • 8/08 Laith Al-Saadi
  • 8/15 Greensky Bluegrass
  • 8/22 Kopecky Family Band wsg/Kate Peterson
  • 8/29 George Bedard & The Kingpins
All shows start at noon, except for those with special guests (wsg) which will start at 11:30am.
Submitted by: Google Calendar
From 12:00pm to 1:00pm.. Location: Liberty Plaza on 255 E Liberty, Ann Arbor, MI
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Summer Concert
Arts & Craft Events

THU 2013-07-18

Art Explored Live

The Royal Oak Commission for the Arts is bringing back the summer concert series with the support of the Royal Oak Downtown Development Authority, The Detroit School of Rock and Pop Music and Live The Music Foundation, Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce, and the Royal Oak Public Library.

The reimagined concert series will take place on the Royal Oak Library Lawn on Thursdays, July 11, 18, 25, and August 1, 8, and 15. Acts include The Brothers Groove, Duende, Twistin' Tarantulas, Zap Toro, and many others. Shows will open at 6:00pm with student performances, and at 7:00pm the main acts will take the stage.

New this year, intermission will be filled with a Fashion Show featuring local retailers.

Flyer Here
Starts at 6:00 PM. Price is Free. Location: Lawn south of Royal Oak Public Library. Royal Oak, Michigan

General Meeting in the Park!
Skiwi Ski Club

THU 2013-07-18

Come out to our General Meeting which we hold every 3rd Thursday of the month. Meet up with fellow Skiwi's and find out what's going on and what people are up to.

This will be our second Outdoor meeting for the Summer! We'll have pizza and pop, there is a small entry fee.of $3/member and $6/guest.


Submitted by: Skiwi Ski Club
From 6:00pm to 10:00pm.. Location: Civic Center Park, Madison Heights MI
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Third Thursdays - Emerging Artists
Scarab Club

THU 2013-07-18

Cash Bar and Appetizers

Hosted by the SC Membership Committee. Enjoy meeting fellow Scarabs during this monthly cocktail hour. Members are encouraged to bring a guest!


Submitted by: Christine Renner Via Google Calendar
From 6:00pm to 10:00pm.. Location: Scarab Club. 217 Farnsworth, Detroit, Mi.48202 313-831-1250

Skiwi Ski Club Meeting
Metropolitan Detroit Ski Council

THU 2013-07-18

Skiwi Ski and Social Club

Oakland & Macomb County

The Skiwi Ski Club is a not-for-profit, Michigan-based organization that has been around since 1959. We have over 150 fun-loving, active members (and growing). We hope you'll be next to join us.
We are a year-round club and our interests are wide. We sponsor many local events from billiards to bowling and enjoy many sports such as hiking, biking, kayaking & more. You're sure to find others in the club who share your interests. We sponsor a diverse set of trips as well. Everything from canoeing and camping to rafting and horseback riding -- and like our name says -- SKIING!!! We can guarantee there will never be a dull weekend - Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall! If there's something you're into that isn't listed, let us know, as we're always looking for new events to run and new destinations to explore.

Really, the club is a terrific way to meet a lot of great people who have a passion for doing fun things. Why not come down to one of our General Meetings and see for yourself. Don't worry about feeling like an outsider -- Skiwis are the friendliest bunch you'll ever meet!

Activities:
Downhill Skiing - recreational Downhill Skiing - racing Cross-country touring Snowboarding
Dues: $25/single or $40/married couple
Membership: 200
Meetings: Contact: 586-801-0447 skiwiskiclub@gmail.com www.skiwiskiclub.com
Starts at 7:00 pm.. Location: Bailey's Pub & Grille. 1765 W. Maple, Troy, MI. 48084
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Sacred Heart Prayer Meeting
Catholic Alumni Club

THU 2013-07-18
Holy Spirit prayer meeting at Sacred Heart Church, Roseville. Strengthen your faith life and enjoy fellowship with friends. We'd love to see you. Call before you come so we know to look for you - and to possibly plan for a meal beforehand. Sacred Heart Church is located 18430 Utica Rd., Roseville, MI 48066 (off Gratiot, 1/2 North of I-696). 586-774-3144
Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 7:00pm to 8:00pm.. Location: Sacred Heart Church, 18430 Utica Rd., Roseville, MI 48066
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Golf Marsh Oaks
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

WE. 2013-07-18
19th Hole: Tina's (23 & North Ave.) 18 W/CART: $28 Call Dan Nixon (810) 459-1728 or e-mail itsmykarma1@yahoo.com to make a reservation.
Submitted by: jim South Via Google Calendar
.. Location: Marsh Oaks, 35035 26 Mile Road, Lenox Twp, MI
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FRI. Jul. 19 Events

Big Family School Supply Drive

This event spans the period from 2013-07-12 to 2013-07-21
Judy Benn Big Family Book Drive
.. Location: On the Internet
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Golf Marsh Oaks
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

WE. 2013-07-18
19th Hole: Tina's (23 & North Ave.) 18 W/CART: $28 Call Dan Nixon (810) 459-1728 or e-mail itsmykarma1@yahoo.com to make a reservation.
Submitted by: jim South Via Google Calendar
.. Location: Marsh Oaks, 35035 26 Mile Road, Lenox Twp, MI
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Jazz Friday at the DIA
Detroit Institute of Arts

FRI 2013-07-19
Jazz Fridays (Third Friday): The best in classic and contemporary jazz, drawing in the galleries for all ages, museum tours and drop-in workshops.
Starts at 7:00 PM.. Location: Detroit Institute of Arts. 5200 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI. 313.833.7900 More here
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DVD Night Catholicism
Catholic Alumni Club

FRI 2013-07-19

JOIN US AT OUR HOST'S HOME (26672 ELM, ROSEVILLE, MI 48066) for an evening of fun, food and faith. We will view the second in the series, hour-long DVD from the renowned Catholicism series, and then discuss over pizza. Relax and ponder the mysteries of our Faith. Contact our host by July 18th to let us know if you can come. Spaces fill quickly. 586-774-3144


Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 7:00am to 9:30am.. Location: 26672 ELM, ROSEVILLE, MI 48066
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Friday Night Milonga-Open Dance (lesson included)
Argentine Tango Club of Detroit

FRI 2013-07-19
Join us for an evening of great fun, friends, dance and music. Club style Latin Class, Beginner Argentine Tango Class Milonga Open dance various DJ's
Starts at 8: PM . Member Price is $10 and guest price is $10. Location: Argentine Tango Detroit. 7758 Auburn, Utica , MI . 48317 586-254-0560 http://www.argentinetangodetroit.com lori@argentinetangodetroit.com
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International Folk Dancing
Old World Dance Cooperative

FRI 2013-07-19
Fun and active folk dances from every corner of the world. Includes instruction. All ages welcome. No partner necessary. Wear casual clothes and comfortable shoes.
Submitted by: Patricia Loeffler
Starts at 8:30 PM . Member Price is $6.00 per session and guest price is $7.00 per session . Location: St. James Catholic Church Gym. 241 Pearson, Ferndale , MI . 48220 None None None

Golf League Idyl Wyld Golf Club
Thunderbird Ski Club

FRI 2013-07-19
All are welcomed to the "Drop-In" Golf League. Tee times begin at 5pm and every 8 minutes thereafter. For more information contact: Linda Trewin (248) 477-3513 Open full calendar page by clicking "more details" below with a 'live' link to the flyer. Or, you can open the flyer for the full schedule by copy/pasting the link below into your browser: http://s20.postimg.org/gtj0p7nq5/Golf_League2013_Schedule_page_1.jpg
Submitted by: Jim Michon Via Google Calendar
.. Location: Idyl Wyld Golf Club, Livonia, Michigan
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P&G BaySide Sports Grill
GM Ski Club

FRI 2013-07-19

Located on the beautiful shores of Walled Lake Bayside offers views from the patio that can't be beat! Offering a great food selection from pizza to burgers to sandwiches to more upscale entrees. Bayside has a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Happy Hour ends at 7pm (half-off draft beer and well drinks). Hang out after dinner and enjoy the great dance floor with the band Square Pegz.

Time: 6:30. Cost: your tab. Contact: Dennis Dembiec, dennis4179@gmail.com or at 248.318.1491.
Submitted by: Darrel Ahlberg via Google Calendar
.. Location: 142 East Walled Lake Drive, Walled Lake, MI
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" Friends take us by the hand and help us to know we are never alone."
Flavia

SAT. Jul. 20 Events

First Man On the Moon


I aRt Festival
Art Show

This event spans the period from 2013-07-20 to 2013-07-20
Located at The Marquee of Redford Township, 15145 Beech Daly Rd, Redford Saturday, 11 am to 9 pm; Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm 60 Exhibitors
.. Location: The Marquee of Redford Township. 15145 Beech Daly Rd, Redford, Mi.
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Parrothead Party at San Marino Club
Successfully Single Social Club

SAT 2013-07-20

Escape to Margaritaville for a Parrothead Party at the San Marino Club where there will be changes in latitudes and changes in attitudes. Includes Cheeseburgers in Paradise sliders with sides, exciting icebreaker, dancing to the sweet sounds of the islands including Jimmy Buffett tunes & Top 40s, complimentary lei, door prizes, & more!

Pay at the door. Cash Bar. Tropical drinks served all night. Casual tropical attire recommended..


From 8:00 PM to 12:00 PM. Member Price is 12.00 and guest price is 15.00. Location: San Marino Club. 1685 E Big Beaver, Troy, MI North side of Big Beaver, just west of John R.
Submitted by: Janet Blair This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here Their Web Site

Kayaking @ Kensington
Catholic Alumni Club

SAT 2013-07-20

There's nothing like being on the water on a beautiful morning - except doing it again the following month! We tried this last month in the central-northern suburbs, let's try it on the other side of town this time ­ at Kensington Metropark! Single kayaks are $7/hr, double kayaks are $8/hr. If you are new to kayaking, we'll teach you how to do it. And don't worry, these kayaks don't trap you if you tip over. And besides, we're friends - we'll be laughing with you, not at you! Plan to take about two hours to go around the lake. Bring a sack lunch, your sunscreen, a swim suit, towel, and a change of clothes (just in case). The deposit is $20 but you'll get the balance back upon return. Rendezvous in the Boat Rental parking lot on the West side of the lake, about in the middle of the shoreline-see the map link below. (Note: this is NOT the Boat Launch parking lots.) Park entrance fee is $5 per car unless you have a season pass sticker. Please RSVP so I can watch for you. Visit http://www.metroparks.com to see map.

810-499-4831 OR YES- MARKLAPOI NTE@GMAIL. COM
Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 10:00am to 6:00pm.. Location: KENSINGTON METROPARK
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Cantina Bicycle Ride to Romeo
Skiwi Ski Club

SAT 2013-07-20

Join the Skiwi's on another Cantina Ride! The ride will be from Rochester to Romeo and back with a lunch stop at the Thee Office Pub. The ride is about 26 miles round trip on packed limestone, along the Paint Creek trail. Meet at 10:30 and be ready to ride by 11am!

Check the Current Events/Cantina page on www.skiwiskiclu​b.com for details

For INFO: Connie Casey -- email: ccaseySLP@aol.c​om phone: (586) 291-8654
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From 10:30am to 3:30pm.. Location: 790 Ludlow Ave, Rochester, MI
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Dinner at Paesanos
Ann Arbor Ski Club

SAT 2013-07-20

Join us for dinner at Paesano's Restaurant on July 20, 2013 at 6:30, Linda Hahn is your hostess. Please RSVP to linda2500@att.net by July 17, 2013.

Family-owned since 1984, Paesano Restaurant & Wine Bar features a seasonal menu of authentic rustic Italian dishes with an emphasis on regional preparations and an influence from Italian wines. Noted food writer Christopher Cook of HOUR DETROIT Magazine says "Paesano is in a culinary class by itself. It's like no other Italian restaurant I know in the Detroit area."


Submitted by: Google Calendar
From 6:30pm to 8:30pm.. Location: Paesano's 3411 Washtenaw, Ann Arbor, MI
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Maggie McCabe Solo, Madison Heights
McCabe Music

SAT 2013-07-20
7:30-10:30pm - join us at this little neighborhood hotspot! Great food! 26685 Dequindre Road, Madison Heights, MI, 48071 - Coach Phone 248-398-4411 The Coach Website
Submitted by: Maggie McCabe Via Google Calendar
From 7:30pm to 10:30pm.. Location: 26685 Dequindre Road, Madison Heights, MI, 48071


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MSDA Monthly Dance
Michigan Swing Dance Association

SUN 2013-07-21
Every month, the MSDA holds a kick-ass dance, usually on the third Sunday. Our dance is held at the gorgeous Rhythm -n- Shoes Ballroom Dance Studio in Bloomfield Hills. There are lessons at 3 PM and a dance party from 4 to 8 PM. The music is California Mix with East and West Coast Swing, Hustle, Ballroom, Latin and Country and our DJ, Phil Dorroll, takes requests. We throw in a Speed Dating Dance and a Newcomer Mixer just to change things up a bit. A light meal is served, as well as snacks, soft drinks and cake, plus we give away door prizes to people whose tickets are drawn.

For members, the dance is $9 and the lesson is free. For non-members, the lesson is $4 and the dance is $11. If you join the club at the dance, you save $6. .

The MSDA dances are attended by couple and singles alike. For the most part, our members are single and we are always happy to see new members join. The MSDA is like a big, friendly family and we are very comfortable asking each other to dance. In other words, men ask women and women ask men. That's our format. If you have never been to an MSDA dance, your first visit is FREE!!
Starts at 3:00 PM. Member Price is $9 and guest price is $4 lesson & $11 dan. Location: Fred Astaire Dance Studio. 2172 Franklin Rd, Bloomfield Hills , MI . 48302 248-390-0515 http://msda.org Email msda@att.net
Submitted by: Sharon Nelson Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter

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Sunday Ballroom Dance
All Star Dance Parties

SUN 2013-07-21

This is Ballroom, Latin, West Coast Swing, East Coast Swing, and Hustle dancing to a terrific DJ (Dr. Bob Semak). Large wood floor. One hour lesson followed by a dance party.

First time guest $5 for lesson and party. Free Soft drinks, water and snacks. Singles and Couples welcome.

Come and enjoy the dancing and company of friendly people as well as a beautiful location. Cash bar available. Further details call Dr. Bob at (248)778-6261

Starts at 3:00 PM . Member Price is and guest price is $12 Lesson & Party . Location: American Polish Cultural Center. 2975 East Maple Rd., Troy , MI . 48083 2487786261 augustarae@mi.rr.com

Submitted by: Augusta Richards
Starts at 3:00 PM . Member Price is and guest price is $12 Lesson & Party . Location: American Polish Cultural Center. 2975 East Maple Rd., Troy , MI . 48083 2487786261 augustarae@mi.rr.comt

Hoppies 100 bike ride
Schussmeisters Ski Club of Flint

SUN 2013-07-21
Unsupported, ride at you own pace. There are routes for everyone. Maps and cue sheets for 20, 30, 50, 63 (100k) and 100 mile. Start at 8:00 am, All routes start together. Routes are in Genesee, Shiawassee, Saginaw counties. Ride leaves from 583 W. Pierson Rd., Flushing (first house west of Seymour Road) Jim Hoppenrath at (810) 659-8680 or jhoppy@gmail.com. RSVP
Submitted by: Via Google Calendar
From 8:00am to 4:00pm.. Location: 583 W. Pierson Rd., Flushing Mi.

Picnic
Catholic Alumni Club

SUN 2013-07-21

Fun in the Sun or Shade!! We continue to enjoy the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer with our second summer picnic. This one is at Huron Park, at the end of one of our member's street in Roseville, seven blocks east of Gratiot and one block south of I-696. Ball fields, volleyball lot, tennis courts, & table games are available. We start at 12 noon and eat at 1 PM. $8, members, $10 guests. We'll be serving pulled pork, burgers, salads, munchies, dessert, pop. Games and good times follow. RSVP by Friday, July 19. 313-881-0625 OR 586-774-3144


Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 12:00pm to 6:00pm.. Location: Huron Park, Roseville, Michigan
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Rounding Third
Ann Arbor Ski Club

SUN 2013-07-21

Rounding Third by Richard Dresser

directed by Nathan Corliss

Cost $10 suggested donation

In a small town, coaching little league is no walk in the park. Michael joins on as assistant coach to Don, who's been coaching baseball for years, and whose philosophy is simple: Win. Don's son is the star pitcher on the team, while Michael's son, like Michael himself, is new in town and very inexperienced in baseball. The two coaches struggle to employ their differing philosophies on winning the game and enjoying the game. Can the two philosophies coexist? And what changes when the men's personal lives are drawn into the game?

Then afterward we can walk down to the Washtenaw Dairy for some ICE CREAMMMM :) . Washtenaw Dairy, 602 S. Ashley St., Ann Arbor, MI 48103 Diane Gledhill is the host for this event 734-368-5237 or diane82103@yahoo.com.


Submitted by: Google Calendar
From 2:00pm to 4:00pm.. Location: Carriage House 541 Third Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Musings-Poetry Event
Scarab Club

SUN 2013-07-21

Monthly poetry event. Open mic--Poets and musicians welcome. Third Sunday of every month (except December; Second Sunday in June).

For more info contact Ann Holdreith at 248-583-7765 or at annholdreith.com
Submitted by: Christine Renner Via Google Calendar
From 2:00pm to 4:00pm.. Location: Scarab Club. 217 Farnsworth, Detroit, Mi.48202 313-831-1250

Drop-In Softball
Catholic Alumni Club

SUN 2013-07-21
SUNDAYS, JULY 7TH, JULY 14TH, JULY 21ST, & JULY 28TH 4:00 PM DROP-IN SOFTBALL

Attendance has been high this summer. There's only one way it could be better: if you came out some fine Sunday afternoon to join us!

The Place: Inglenook Park, in Southfield, MI. It is on 12 Mile between Lahser and Evergreen, at the light, the only light in this stretch.

The Time: Batting Practice starts at 4:00 pm with a "Game Time" of 5:00 pm. We are usually done around 7:00 - 7:30 pm and then go out to eat. Amenities: The park has restrooms, a drinking fountain, a walking track, and frequently there are ice cream / hotdog vendors parked by the kids play-structure. It's a great place for players and spectators! More information is available on our website: http://cacdetroit.org/softball.html

810-499-4831 OR yes- marklapointe @gmail.com
Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 4:00pm to 7:30pm.. Location: Inglenook Park.21000 Twelve Mile Road,Southfield,MI.
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Moonlight Cruise - Markley Marina
Sailing Singles

SUN 2013-07-21
Moonlight Cruise Sunday, July 21, 2013 Markley Marine 31300 North River Road Harrison Township, MI 48045 6:00 pm Join Sailing Singles for a Delicious Pot Luck Picnic Followed by a Moonlight Cruise on Lake St. Clair Bring a quality dish to pass for the pot luck and your favorite libation. Depending on the number of boats participating, not all participants may have the opportunity to board a boat. Other marinas may be added as possible starting points for the sail. Please bring your own chair. If you have a table or two to bring, please bring it.
Submitted by: Pamela A. Rupinski
Starts at 6:00 pm . Price is . Location: Markley Marine. 31300 North River Road, Harrison Township , MI . 48045

Free Concert
Catholic Alumni Club

SUN 2013-07-21
Lake St. Clair Metropark (Metro Beach): Sundays 6:30 - 9:30 PM
  • July 7th - Waterfront Sun Messengers - Top 40/R&B/Big Band
  • July 14th - Rick Lieder Band - Oldies/Top 40/Dance
  • July 21st - Intrigue - Variety/Top 40/Pop Rock
  • July 28th - Rhythm Society - Big Band Orchestra

31300 Metro Parkway, Harrison Twp., MI (586) 463-4581 Concerts free / park toll applies (daily permit $5/car) Bring your lawn chair!


Submitted by: Ray Previ. via Google Calendar
From 6:30pm to 9:30pm.. Location: Lake St. Clair Metropark (Metro Beach)
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Golf Dunham Hills
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

WE. 2013-07-21

19th Hole: Billy's Tip'n Inn 18 W/CART: $38

Call Dan Nixon (810) 459-1728 or e-mail itsmykarma1@yahoo.com to make a reservation.


Submitted by: jim South Via Google Calendar
.. Location: Dunham Hills, 13561 Dunham Road, Hartland, MI
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Breakfast Sunday: Jimmy's Coney Grille
GM Ski Club

SUN 2013-07-21

Join the GM Ski Club and friends for a great breakfast any Sunday. If you're new, its a great way to meet some of the folks. Everyone Welcome. Just show up, and we'll make room for you. No RSVP needed.

TIME: 10:00 CONTACT: Les Skrzycki skiorsail@yahoo.com COST: Your Breakfast tab
Submitted by: Darrel Ahlberg via Google Calendar
.. Location: Jimmy's Coney Grille.37246 Dequindre Rd,Sterling Heights,Mi.
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Note:only events that require advance notice or a great deal of planning are listed here. Listing all of the future events would require a great amount of space in this newsletter. Look for next weeks events in the next issue. To see all future events click here


Emagine Star Lanes
Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club

WED 2013-07-24
Price includes the private High Roller Room with 9 pin No Tap,Billiards Shuffleboard, Video Game, and Cards. There will be a desert bar and cash bar for your enjoyment. Contact: Bobbie Mathie 586-781-4056
From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Member Price is $20.00 Cash Bar and guest price is $25.00 Cash Bar. Location: Emagine Star Lanes. 200 N Main Street, Royal Oak, MI. 48067 248-414-1000 N Main in Royal Oak. Will meet for dinner at Cantina Diablos, 100 N Main Street at 5:00pm. The restaurant is accross the street from Star Lanes. For further info go to www. sssgc.net

Submitted by Connie Rousin Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter

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HUGE Social Event
Metropolitan Detroit Ski Council

WED 2013-07-24
The Metropolitan Detroit Ski and Recreation Council Wednesday, July 24 at 7:00 PM Somerset Singles Social, Ski & Golf Club Invites you and your Friends to HUGE Social Event Private Room Play Billiards, 9 Pin No-Tap, or Shufflebo--- Details: http://www.meetup.com/The-Metro-Detroit-Ski-Snowboard-Council/events/91525202/
Submitted by: Via Meetup Calendar
From 11:00pm to 1:00am.. Location: Emagine Theatre (200 North Main Street, Royal Oak, MI 48067)
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10th Annual Orchard Lake Fine Art Show®
Art Show

This event spans the period from 2013-07-26 to 2013-07-26
Friday, 5 pm to 9 pm, Saturday, 10 am to 9 pm; Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm 150-200 Exhibitors For more info: www.hotworks.org
.. Location: Heart of West Bloomfield. S. of Maple Rd, East side of Orchard Lake Rd, Mi.

Celebrations Singles Dance with FREE Dance Lesson
Successfully Single Social Club

FRI 2013-07-26

Celebrations - A Dance for Singles with FREE Dance Lesson at the Burton Manor, Ballroom #5. Use rear entrance (not under canopy).

Meet, Mingle, & Dance the night away to Top 40 hits. FREE dance lesson by Anja, one of Detroit's most respected dance instructors from 8 pm - 8:45 pm. Complimentary appetizers served from 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm. Open Dancing from 9:00 pm - midnight. Pay at the door. Sharp summer casual attire.


From 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM. Member Price is 12.00 and guest price is 15.00. Location: Burton Manor Ballroom #5. 27777 Schoolcraft, Livonia, MI. On the I-96 service drive between Inkster & Middlebelt. Use rear entrance (NOT under canopy).
Submitted by: Janet Blair This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here Their Web Site

Stoney Creek Boat Day & Annual Picnic
Successfully Single Social Club

Reserve by 2013-07-27 for SUN 2013-07-28

Join us for an adventurous day of fun in the sun at our Stoney Creek Boat Day & Picnic on Sunday, July 28, 2013. Meet us at the Stony Creek boat rental facility in the Mt. Vernon picnic area at 3:00 pm. Choose your favorite type of water craft: kayaks, rowboats, or canoes.

Includes 1 hour boat rental and BBQ chicken dinner with assorted sides, iced tea and lemonade. Bring outdoor chair, water bottle, sun screen, hat and boat shoes to wear. You may also bring non-bottled beer or wine, but no hard liquor or glass bottles allowed in park.

$17.00 in advance for members; $20.00 in advance for non-members. $25.00 at the park for both members & non-members. $5.00 per car parking fee charged at gate if you don't have a park pass. Make reservations at www.successfullysingle.org or by calling 248-289-6406.


From 3:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Member Price is 17.00 in adv and guest price is $20.00 in adv . Location: Stoney Creek Metro Park. 1685 E Big Beaver, Troy, MI North side of Big Beaver, just west of John R.
Submitted by: Janet Blair This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here Their Web Site

Hawaiian Luau Party
Successfully Single Social Club

Reserve by 2013-08-01 for FRI 2013-08-02
Aloha! We're going to have a hulava great time at our Hawaiian Luau at the poolside of the luxurious Regents Park. Featuring a Traditional Hawaiian Dinner, Tropical Drinks, Polynesian Entertainment, Hula Lesson, Limbo Contest, Door Prizes & More! (You may also bring your own adult beverages). Advanced reservations required at www.successfullysingle.org or by calling 248-289-6406. Tropical attire recommended. Reserve early as this event is always a sell-out. Note: This is a private gated community. The gate to the right of the entrance on the south side of Butterfield will be open for our guests. In the case of inclement weather, the party will be moved to inside the 10,000 sq feet clubhouse.
From 7:30 PM to 11:00 PM. Member Price is $22 and guest price is $27. Location: Regents Park Clubhouse. 2751 Malcombe Circle, Troy, MI. 1 block south of Big Beaver (Butterfield)and west off Crooks.
Submitted by: Janet Blair This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here Their Web Site

Detroit Princess Cruise
Thunderbird Ski Club

FRI 2013-08-09
Detroit Princess Cruise featuring the music of Jimmy Buffet. Dinner and dancing. Host TBD.
Submitted by: Jim Michon Via Google Calendar
.. Location: Detroit Princess Riverboat Detroit, Michigan
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Little Camille's Music by the Bay benefiting the Paula L. Tutman Children's ToothFairy Foundation

SAT 2013-08-10

Paula Tutman is a reporter for WDIV TV Local 4. She launched Children's ToothFairy Foundation in 2007 with partner, Dr. Richard Persiani as a way to deliver access to dental care to uninsured and needy children in Southeastern Michigan. Children's ToothFairy Foundation provides funding for dental care, screenings and education. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact me at 586.260.0433 or via email. Paula Tutman

Mark your calendar for the music Fundraiser of the Year!

Blues, Jazz, Country and Rock 'n Roll--- plus Art, Food & Drinks

Benefiting the

Paula L. Tutman, Children's ToothFairy Foundation www.childrenstoothfairyfoundation.org

~ Featuring ~

Thornetta Davis

Singer, Songwriter, Recording Artist & Actress

For more than fifteen years this multitalented native Detroiter has graced and dominated Michigan's most attended events. She has performed more than two hundred shows a year with grace and stamina. Her voice is strong, commanding, melodic and smooth. She tells her stories with incredible delivery and leaves her audiences wanting more.

Thornetta has opened for legendary blues and R&B greats such as Ray Charles, Gladys Knight, Smokey Robinson, Etta James, Buddy Guy, Koko Taylor, Junior Wells, Lonnie Brooks, Johnnie Johnson and many more---her history is extensive and her performances are memorable

~ Fellow Headliner ~

Ty Stone

Ty Stone - Anywhere's Better (Official Video)

If one of the marks of a great performer is the ability to combine the ordinary and the extraordinary, then Ty Stone--a powerhouse singer in an unprettified package--is as true an entertainer as they come. "With me, it's a matter of combining the everyday with having this chainsaw for a voice," he laughs. "I'm not this pre-packaged, square-jawed, good-looking, 6-foot-4 kid. People relate to me most as the dude they hung out with in school, and I feel like my size gives me more of an everyman quality." But, of course, not every man can wail like--- that. "My voice is really about constant intensity," he notes, "whether the pedal is down, and I'm hitting monster notes, or I'm in low gear, and I'm being sweet and thoughtful with every breath.

Big Ray

Big Ray and the Motor City Kings are a Detroit Area musical group performing blues, classic rock, soul and Motown.

The act offers an energetic and danceable repertoire supported by guitar, keyboard and saxophone soloists. They perform at a variety of venues ranging from small blues clubs to large festival stages.

And many, many more musical artists---

For more entertainer info, ticket, VIP tables, & sponsor packages Visit www.littlecamillesmusicbythebay.com

Come join us for an afternoon & evening of music for the whole family on the beautiful shores of Anchor Bay! For ticket info, VIP tables & sponsor packages visit www.littlecamillesmusicbythebay.com

  • Building Children's Smiles to Last a Lifetime
  • Paula L. Tutman, Children's ToothFairy Foundation
  • A Proud 501(c)3 Organization
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  • www.childrenstoothfairyfoundation.org

Did You Know---

That nearly 52 million hours of school are lost each year due to child related dental illness?

Help Us Help Our Active Military!

Our Military Families, School Districts, & Communities inside and outside of the Tri-County area are reaching out to the Children's ToothFairy Foundation for our basic, emergency, preventative and comprehensive dental care service and oral health education for the children of active military men and women.

Children Are No Longer Hurting

The Children's ToothFairy Foundation has provided education and much needed dental care to more than 1000 children within the last 12 months!

The need & requests has grown for oral health care,screenings & dental care for more than 60% of the Children who are on reduced & free breakfast & lunch programs in the Southfield school district alone. Our military who serve us, are asking the CTFF to serve the children of our active military because many active servicemen and women don't have dental benefits so neither do their children.

How We Operate

Our organization is unique in that it provides a bridge to direct medical care in the way of dental services, a safety net in the way of a funding source, and a future by educating each child. Because of our organization, parents don't have to choose between food, rent, gasoline and dental care. Once a child becomes a CTFF referral, a toothache is no longer something that has to be ignored or improperly medicated. And by educating children and their parents on the importance of oral health care, our message is one that is taken into an entire family structure with the child as the messenger. In the final analysis, Children's ToothFairy Foundation is an organization that funds dental care, oral health and education.

Join Us! We Need You!

  • Building Children's Smiles to Last a Lifetime
  • Paula L. Tutman, Children's ToothFairy Foundation
  • A Proud 501(c)3 Organization
  • www.childrenstoothfairyfoundation.org

248.855.4227 6177 Orchard Lake Rd. Suite 120 West Bloomfield, MI 48322 Visit Our Site at www.childrenstoothfairyfoundation.org

Adopt A Smile---

Make A Child Smile Today By Donating! $125 pays for dental work for one child for one full year*

For more info on Adopt A Smile Visit us at www.childrenstoothfairyfoundation.org

* Based on average care of examination, X-rays, Sealants and (2) fillings. Cost is often higher per child.

Come join us for an afternoon & evening of music for the whole family on the beautiful shores of Anchor Bay! For ticket info, VIP tables & sponsor packages visit www.littlecamillesmusicbythebay.com


Submitted by: Paula L. Tutman
From 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM . Member Price is and guest price is $10.00 . Location: Walter & Mary Burke Park. 36300 Front St, New Baltimore , MI . 48047 (586) 725-0291 www.littlecamillesmusicbythebay.com sirhccat@yahoo.com

Bus Trip to Montreal/Quebec
Bethany East

SUN 2013-08-11
Bus trip for 2 nights in Montreal, 2 nights in Quebec and 1 night each way. $799 double occupancy. Includes six breakfasts and 4 dinners, baggage and step-on-guide tips. Space is limited. If interested call for info or check it out on the Internet. Co
. Member Price is $799.00 and guest price is . Location: Travel With Nance Tours. (586) 264-9233 .

Submitted by Connie Rousin This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here
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Summer Luau Party
Older Persons' Commission

WED 2013-08-21
Palm trees, parrots, sand and sea shells will be at OPC. $16.00 ticket includes island cuisine, beverages, DJ and dancing to the music of Jimmy Buffet, Beach Boys, Eagles--- limbo contest, lots of fun and prizes. Wear your Key West best. Adults only. For tickets call: 248-608-0251 or 248-659-1029 M-F 8:30am-3:30pm. No tickets at the door. Open to the Public. You do not need to be a member to attend.
Submitted by: Meg Baker
From 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM . Price is $16 . Location: Older Persons' Commission. 650 Letica, Rochester , MI . 48307 www.opcseniorcenter.org rhonda_nelson@opcseniorcenter.org

Complimentary Luncheon and Lecture
Older Persons' Commission

TUE 2013-08-27

Enjoy a delicious complimentary luncheon and special presentation by Sheri Heiney, President of the Rochester Regional Chamber of Commerce.

"Shop Local Buy Chamber" is a presentation about the economic development in our community and the Chamber's influence in tourism, special events and local and regional issues.

Our popular Learn More Now Program is offered throughout the year. Sponsored by Guardian Angel Cemetery and the Modetz Family Funeral Homes. Limited seating. Pre-registration is a must. To reserve your free luncheon and lecture call: 248-656-1403 Press "0" M-F 8:30am-3:30pm. Open to the Public. You do not need to be a member to attend.


Submitted by: Meg Baker
From 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM . Price is Free . Location: Older Persons' Commission. 650 Letica, Rochester , MI . 48307 www.opcseniorcenter.org

Toronto & Montreal Escape
Successfully Single Social Club

Reserve by 2013-07-28 for mul 2013-08-29

Toronto & Montreal Getaway August 29 - September 2, 2013

  • 5 Days, 4 Nights for just $829* includes:
  • Round trip Via Rail transportation from Windsor
  • 2 Nights at Strathcona Hotel - Toronto
  • 2 Nights at Delta Centre Ville Hotel - Montreal
  • 2 Days Hop On-Hop Off Grayline Sightseeing in Montreal ($53 value)

Come experience these two cosmopolitan cities known throughout the world for their exceptional cuisine, night life, culture, romance, sight-seeing and hospitality! Reservations required as space is limited. Call 248-289-6406 for information or bookings. *Based on double occupancy.


Starts at 9:00 AM. Price is $829. Location: Toronto and Montreal Canada
This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here Their Web Site

Stratford Festival
GM Ski Club

Reserve by 2013-08-01 for SUN 2013-09-15

Reservation Deadline is August 1st. Please reserve your spot early!

This autumn, enjoy a weekend away in Ontario. Stroll along Stratford's Avon River, or bike its quaint streets. Shop the fruit & flower markets, and experience quality dining.

We'll return to Dunn-Drae B&B, our favorite Stratford home-away-from-home. Cozy comfort and private partying in our unique GM Ski Club manner, with friends, food, & fun!

ABOUT THE PLAY: "Waiting for Godot" is an absurdist play by Samuel Beckett, in which two characters, Vladimir and Estragon, wait endlessly and in vain for the arrival of someone named Godot. Godot's absence, as well as numerous other aspects of the play, have led to many different interpretations since the play's premiere, 1940ish. It was voted "the most significant English language play of the 20th century."

Cost: Members: $245 * Non-members: $270 Includes B&B accommodations & theatre ticket Contact: Sharon Rose, 586-899-6845, Rosesblooming@comcast.net


Submitted by: Darrel Ahlberg via Google Calendar
.. Location: Stratford Ontario
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