You can get this newsletter free every Monday Morning in your Email box.
Go to http://www.peggyjostudio.net and sign up-- it is free

left Banner Source Peggy Jo Banner
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: 7 Issue: 16 September 7, 2009

" For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," declares the Lord. "As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts. "
Isaiah 55:8, 9

Join the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter mailing list
Email:

Fly the American Flag on 9/11

We all vividly remember where we were and how we felt on 9/11---wouldn't it be awesome to see this outburst of patriotism put into action again by as many people as possible---just showing the unification of hearts that remember---on this 8th anniversary!

September 11th, 2009

We have a little less than a week and counting to get the word out all across this great land and into every community in the United States of America. 
THE PROGRAM:

On Friday, September 11th, 2009, an American flag should be displayed outside every home, apartment, office, store and vehicle in the United States. Every individual should make it their duty to display an American flag on this eighth anniversary of one of our country's worst tragedies. We do this to honor  those who lost their lives on 9/11, their families, friends and loved ones who continue to endure the pain, and those who today are fighting at home and abroad to preserve our cherished freedoms.

In the days, weeks and months following 9/11, our country was bathed in American flags as citizens mourned the incredible losses and stood shoulder-to-shoulder against terrorism. Sadly, those flags have all but disappeared. Our patriotism pulled us through some tough times and it shouldn't take another attack to galvanize us in solidarity. Our American flag is the fabric of our country and together we can prevail over terrorism of all kinds

Action Plan:
So, here's what we need you to do:

Fly an American flag of any size on 9/11. Honestly, Americans should fly the flag year-round, but if you don't, then at least make it a priority on this day.

Thank you for your participation. God Bless You and God Bless America!

Here is my 9/11 Angel


Celebrate Labor Day

Labor Day is an Annual holiday devoted to the recognition of working people's contribution to society. It is observed on the first Monday in September in the U.S. and Canada. It was first celebrated in New York City on Sept. 5, 1882, under the sponsorship of the Knights of Labor. Various U.S. states observed the holiday before 1894, when Congress passed a bill making Labor Day a national holiday. It is often celebrated with parades and speeches, as well as political rallies, and the day is sometimes the official kickoff date for national political campaigns in the U.S. In most other countries, workers are honored on May Day.
From Susan.


Estate Sale

Chair "Let's Make A deal" Check out the items on http://www.peggyjostudio.net/estateSale.htm and if you are interested in any of them call 248-641-0287

Notice to all Readers

This newsletter is sent out every Monday morning. If you do not receive it or if someone you know misses it, please go to http://www.peggyjostudio.net/faq.php

If the above link does not work, go to www.peggyjostudio.net/wordpress and find the "Frequently Asked Question in Regard to the Newsletter" page. and click on it.


This Week's Now Famous Person

Esther Tocco is now famous for appearing in the "Got Mustard Campaign"

She is also famous for being a Royal Oak proprietor who excercises, profitably running a no-nonsense, no-frills family oriented Fitness Unlimited shop. She has worked out all her life and for the past 15 years the 84-year-old business owner has helped hundreds of others adopt a fitness regimen. If you think working out several days a week and putting a full weeks work is too much for a grandmother, Esther says "talk to my 103 year old sister". Her website is at http://fitnessunlimitedinc.com


So when you see or contact Esther be sure to tell her you saw her in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter. You can see the other hundreds of people by clicking on the underlined words above.

You can browse rather than wait to see a particular photo with the "digital mustard" on the upper lip. One can replace the phrase in the section box with a first name and delete any other text in the box. Then only the slides that contain that name are displayed.

If you had your photo taken and can't find it in the slide show please send us an email. If you would like to send a photo to be included, send it to webmaster@peggyjostudio.net. We will supply the "digital mustard".

Congratulations Esther!!


Gas Pump

Check out where to get Low Gas Prices

This is still getting many people to click each week so we are keeping it in. Let us know if you think it is worthwhile.

This is a web site that will find the best prices in your area.


 


Emails from Our readers

Dear Peggy Jo,

Please ask your readers to remember my mother in their thoughts and prayers. She suffered her third heart attack this week.

Rhen.

Also, please remember Rhen in your prayers because she is going through a lot taking care of her mother and also being a patient in the hospital heself.

Peggy Jo



" The LORD will guide you continually, watering your life when you are dry and keeping you healthy, too. You will be like a well-watered garden, like an ever-flowing spring."
Isaiah 58:11

MON. Sep. 7 Events

Photo Exhibit and Sale
Exposure Detroit

This event spans the period from 2009-08-10 to 2009-11-01
Exhibit and Sale of Photographs by members of Exposure Detroit
. Price is Free.Location: Bean & Leaf. 106 S. Main Street, Royal Oak, MI. 48082 248-586-9602 web http://www.mybeanandleaf.com Monday-Saturday 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM, Sunday 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
Get a Map/Print Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Michigan Renaissance Festival

Reserve by 2009-08-30. This event spans the period from 2009-08-16 to 2009-09-28
Festival is held on weekends and Labor Day, rain or shine. "visitors may also partake in games of skill or enjoy non-stop entertainment where belly dancers, sword swallowers, musicians, comedians and sword fighters provide merriment for all ages. The Festival is best known for it's awe-inspiring full-contact armored jousting tournaments where gallant knights defend their honor until the last man is standing!" Labor Day weekend enjoy the Buccaneer Beer Fest and BBQ Competition!
..Location: Renaissance Festival Site. .
Get a Map/Print

This could be the last State Fair

This event spans the period from 2009-08-28 to 2009-09-07
THE 2009 MICHIGAN STATE FAIR COME TO THE 2009 MICHIGAN STATE FAIR! The fun begins on Friday, August 28th and continues through Labor Day, September 7th. Great memories are made at the Fair.
..Location: Michigan State Fair Grounds. .
Get a Map/Print

Peach Festival
Festivals and Community Events

This event spans the period from 2009-09-02 to 2009-09-07
The five-day festival includes an art exhibit, crafts shows, children’s day in the park, numerous family activities, nightly entertainment, amusement rides, delicious food, Harley-Davidson raffle, multiple parades, 5k run, antique car show, bike night, semi-pro wrestling, baby photo contest, Texas Hold’Em tournament, beers around the world tent, annual used book sale, peach pie stations, fly-in breakfast and end of summer sales at many local merchants. Throughout the entire weekend visitors can enjoy many varieties of food such as BBQ specialties, pulled pork dinners and sandwiches, spaghetti dinners, ice cream stands, steak dinners, farmers breakfast and of course peach pie, peach cobbler, peach ice-cream, peach tea and many more peachy treats. The variety of food that will be available from the local restaurants, food vendors and charitable organizations is sure to delight the senses.
..Location: Romeo. .
Get a Map/Print

Festivals and Community Events

This event spans the period from 2009-09-04 to 2009-09-07
Arts, Beats & Eats is excited to add to its name, mission and purpose in 2009. We are now Arts, Beats & Eats - Festival of Hope and we are excited to announce new changes and partners for the 2009 festival.

Arts, Beats & Eats will still feature The HealthPlus Art Fair, one of the top art shows in the US, incredible food, more than 125 bands on six stages, and dynamic and interactive fun for the kids. Here are the changes in store for this year:

ADMISSION FEE: We do have to charge a small fee to make up for lost sponsorship revenue. It will be a $2 per person donation, and the fee will be split with local non-profits. To provide our guests with additional value for the $2, we are doing the following: During the first three hours of the festival on Saturday, Sunday and Monday all paid kids admissions will come with a free carnival ride or fun inflatable, and all paid adult admissions (over 21) will come with a free bottle of water, courtesy of Pepsi. The festival will also be free of charge for all guests on Friday with Local Four Free Friday until 6pm.

IMPORTANT REVENUE FOR LOCAL CHARITIES: We are partnering with thirteen local charities that will accept donations at nine festival entry points. All admission fees will be split between the Arts, Beats & Eats Foundation to support festival expenses and the non-profit partners. For a list of charities click here:

VALUE TO OUR GUESTS: We sell our food and beverages in tickets at 16 tickets for $10. We will be lowering our non-alcoholic drink costs to four tickets down from five, and keeping beer at the same cost of 8 tickets for a 16 oz beer. All food items will be priced at no more than 8 tickets ($5). Once you get in, all concerts are free. Parking will be reduced from $10 to $8 at the Phoenix Plaza and there are other downtown lots where parking is available for $5 to $7.

BIG THREE SPONSORSHIP: We are excited to promote and support Detroit's Automakers by offering complementary exhibit space and promotion to Chrysler, Ford and GM. Lets buy from the Big Three and help Metro Detroit, and you will see the latest products to chose from in special exhibits.

MORE CULTURE: Arts, Beats & Eats is committed to the arts and will offer the Oakland County Summer Arts Program, as well as performances by Eisenhower Dance and Detroit Chamber Winds. In addition, Metro Parent Magazine will operate our arts and crafts area providing great opportunity for kids to make and take art projects while at the festival. Also, Congratulations to Michael Palazuk of Clawson for winning our 1st annual Poster Art Contest. To see all of the Arts, Beats & Eats Posters click here!

COMMITMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT: Arts, Beats & Eats will continue to feature the ITC Greenways (link to greenways) including unique exhibits and "green ways" the festival operates to reduce its waste.

Thank you to all those that have attended our event for free the last eleven years. We HOPE that you join us this year and support culture, diversity, quality of life and great non-profit partners. Become a fan and tell you friends. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and you might win cool festival goodies, passes and tickets. Please note that guests 18-20 that arrive after 7pm without a parent will be charged $5 admission. Also, no one under 17 is admitted without a parent after 6:30pm.

We would like to especially thank our sponsors including Oakland County, Flagstar Bank, Pepsi, Comcast, Budweiser, City of Pontiac DDA, Soaring Eagle Casino, Michigan Lottery, and many others. We'd also like to thank the City of Pontiac for continuing to be the generous host and home of Arts, Beats & Eats. Please visit out our sponsor page where we recognize all the great entities that make our festival possible.

We'd also like to thank our media partners including: WDIV Local 4, Comcast, The Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, Oakland Press, Metro Times, 89X, 93.9 The River, WWJ Newsradio 950, WJR, 99.5 WYCD, Smooth Jazz V98.7, 94.7 WCSX, 101.1 WRIF, 96.3 WDVD, Channel 95.5, Mix 92.3, FM98 WJLB, 100.3 WNIC, 104.3 WOMC, & 97.1 The Ticket.

To date, $2 million raised by Arts, Beats & Eats has been donated to charity.
..Location: Pontiac. .
Get a Map/Print

Arts, Beats and Eats
Festivals and Community Events

This event spans the period from 2009-09-04 to 2009-09-07
Arts, Beats & Eats is excited to add to its name, mission and purpose in 2009. We are now Arts, Beats & Eats - Festival of Hope and we are excited to announce new changes and partners for the 2009 festival.

Arts, Beats & Eats will still feature The HealthPlus Art Fair, one of the top art shows in the US, incredible food, more than 125 bands on six stages, and dynamic and interactive fun for the kids. Here are the changes in store for this year:

ADMISSION FEE: We do have to charge a small fee to make up for lost sponsorship revenue. It will be a $2 per person donation, and the fee will be split with local non-profits. To provide our guests with additional value for the $2, we are doing the following: During the first three hours of the festival on Saturday, Sunday and Monday all paid kids admissions will come with a free carnival ride or fun inflatable, and all paid adult admissions (over 21) will come with a free bottle of water, courtesy of Pepsi. The festival will also be free of charge for all guests on Friday with Local Four Free Friday until 6pm.

IMPORTANT REVENUE FOR LOCAL CHARITIES: We are partnering with thirteen local charities that will accept donations at nine festival entry points. All admission fees will be split between the Arts, Beats & Eats Foundation to support festival expenses and the non-profit partners. For a list of charities click here:

VALUE TO OUR GUESTS: We sell our food and beverages in tickets at 16 tickets for $10. We will be lowering our non-alcoholic drink costs to four tickets down from five, and keeping beer at the same cost of 8 tickets for a 16 oz beer. All food items will be priced at no more than 8 tickets ($5). Once you get in, all concerts are free. Parking will be reduced from $10 to $8 at the Phoenix Plaza and there are other downtown lots where parking is available for $5 to $7.

BIG THREE SPONSORSHIP: We are excited to promote and support Detroit's Automakers by offering complementary exhibit space and promotion to Chrysler, Ford and GM. Lets buy from the Big Three and help Metro Detroit, and you will see the latest products to chose from in special exhibits.

MORE CULTURE: Arts, Beats & Eats is committed to the arts and will offer the Oakland County Summer Arts Program, as well as performances by Eisenhower Dance and Detroit Chamber Winds. In addition, Metro Parent Magazine will operate our arts and crafts area providing great opportunity for kids to make and take art projects while at the festival. Also, Congratulations to Michael Palazuk of Clawson for winning our 1st annual Poster Art Contest. To see all of the Arts, Beats & Eats Posters click here!

COMMITMENT TO THE ENVIRONMENT: Arts, Beats & Eats will continue to feature the ITC Greenways (link to greenways) including unique exhibits and "green ways" the festival operates to reduce its waste.

Thank you to all those that have attended our event for free the last eleven years. We HOPE that you join us this year and support culture, diversity, quality of life and great non-profit partners. Become a fan and tell you friends. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and you might win cool festival goodies, passes and tickets. Please note that guests 18-20 that arrive after 7pm without a parent will be charged $5 admission. Also, no one under 17 is admitted without a parent after 6:30pm.

We would like to especially thank our sponsors including Oakland County, Flagstar Bank, Pepsi, Comcast, Budweiser, City of Pontiac DDA, Soaring Eagle Casino, Michigan Lottery, and many others. We'd also like to thank the City of Pontiac for continuing to be the generous host and home of Arts, Beats & Eats. Please visit out our sponsor page where we recognize all the great entities that make our festival possible.

We'd also like to thank our media partners including: WDIV Local 4, Comcast, The Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, Oakland Press, Metro Times, 89X, 93.9 The River, WWJ Newsradio 950, WJR, 99.5 WYCD, Smooth Jazz V98.7, 94.7 WCSX, 101.1 WRIF, 96.3 WDVD, Channel 95.5, Mix 92.3, FM98 WJLB, 100.3 WNIC, 104.3 WOMC, & 97.1 The Ticket.

To date, $2 million raised by Arts, Beats & Eats has been donated to charity.
..Location: Pontiac. .
Get a Map/Print

International Jazz Festival
Festivals and Community Events

This event spans the period from 2009-09-04 to 2009-09-07
For more than a quarter century, the Detroit Jazz Fest has entertained millions of fans with jazz legends ranging from Herbie Hancock to Yusef Lateef and Ron Carter. Today, it ROARS on six stages over four days, with blues, gospel, R&B, and one of the finest jazz lineups on the planet. The festival also offers educational events, daily second-line parades, fire works, and rare opportunities to meet the artists. And it’s all FREE!
..Location: Hart Plaza. Detroit, MI. .
Get a Map/Print

Hamtramck Labor Day Festival
Festivals and Community Events

This event spans the period from 2009-09-04 to 2009-09-07
Throughout the years, visiting historic Hamtramck, Michigan has become a tradition for many during Labor Day weekend. The Hamtramck Labor Day Festival has welcomed more than 500,000 guests yearly as it continually provides the attractions many have come to anticipate during the holiday weekend, including live music, samplings of ethnic food, cultural dancers, carnival rides, and children's activities. While keeping the traditions alive, the Hamtramck Labor Day Festival anticipates incorporating new features this year. Held in the heart of the Hamtramck business district – on Jos Campau between Caniff and Carpenter– this year's festival will be open: • Friday, August 29: 6-10 p.m. • Saturday, August 30: noon-10 p.m. • Sunday, August 31: noon-10 p.m. • Monday, September 1: noon-10 p.m.
..Location: Hamtramck (Downtown). .
Get a Map/Print

Idle Hour Rendezvous
Sailing Singles

Week end of 2009-09-05
Can’t believe Summer is almost over? Join the fun on Labor Day Weekend on beautiful Harsens Island! Rendezvous at the HISTORIC IDLE HOUR YACHT CLUB

Group Dinner at 6PM on Sunday, September 6 at Idle Hour Yacht Club Restaurant order from menu / individual checks

Idle Hour Yacht Club has a variety of facilities: rest rooms, showers, picnic tables, grills next to the boats, horse shoes, volley ball , basketball court. Inside the club house is eating area for 200 people, you can also play cards and games on inside tables, food is served, and a full bar( drinks are moderating priced). Also available to us are billiards, shuffle board, and TV's.

Activities: Saturday:
- Music and dancing (at no charge to us, it is provided by the yacht club) - We will have Euchre, and other cards games - a nature walk( bring your camera), - a hot dog roast – bring your own! - Stargazing and Full Moon - it is wonderful when you get away from city lights. Sunday:
- Idle Hour is having a Dinghy Poker Run at 1:00 (registration in the morning). Your dinghy may be any size boat. - Lunch will be available at the Tiki Bar (cash), Even if you don't participate in the Dinghy Run it is fun to sit and watch. - We will have table games at the picnic tables or inside (the club house is always open to us.) - We hope at least one of our Captains will bring a dinghy to represent the club, so we can cheer him on! - We hope----- Group dinner at 6 PM in Club House Other Acitivities: the town San Souci is a short distance away where you will find shopping (if you want to buy nautical this is the place), a wonderful bar and grill (on the patio you may get to see a freighter go by) and the Middle Channel Golf Course (Public). Hotel Accommodations: There are two B & B's on the Island, and motels in Algonac. No need to drive back. For better directions and other details Google Harsens Island, or Idle Hour Yacht Club on Harsens Island. Directions to Idle Hour: Skippers should contact Fleet Captain Dennis Young regarding slips and directions By Car - take I94 East to 26 Mile exit, go east to Palms Rd., turn right . It deadends at M29(the lake) take a left at the light and follow to the Harsens Island ferry. Take ferry across to the Island. Left at first intersection and follow to South Channel Rd. Follow to 7800 So. Channel Drive, take a left into Idle Hour Yacht Club Parking. Last chance for Captains to qualify for Skipper's dinner. Biggest Event of the Summer and a chance to see lovely Harsens Island !!!!!!!!!!!!!! See you there.
..Location: Idle Hour Yacht Club. .
Get a Map/Print

Make a difference this year--- Send an unexpected greeting card by U.S. Mail every day! Send Out Cards Link has been Updated(click here)

Labor Day All events may not take place as scheduled. Check with the organization sponsoring the event.


Festivals and Community Events

MON 2009-09-07
The walk begins at 7:00 a.m. You may START walking anytime after the Governor's party starts the walk at approximately 7:00 a.m. NO ONE WILL BE PERMITTED TO START AFTER 11:00 a.m., so ARRIVE EARL
..Location: Mackinack Bridge. St. Ignace, MI. .
Get a Map/Print

Party By the Pool

MON 2009-09-07
Celebrate Labor Day with a party by the pool . Rain or Shine Leave No one behind. Bring your own drinks, a dish to pass and $4.
Starts at 2:30 PM..Location: Gayle Shields' House. 2129 Tall Oaks, Troy, MI 248-641-0287 .
Get a Map/Print

Monday Night Dancers

MON 2009-09-07
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..Location: Father Patrick O'Kelley K of C. 23663 Park St., Dearborn, MI.

No Dance Due to Holiday


Get a Map/Print

Detroit's Labor Day Parade
Festivals and Community Events

MON 2009-09-07
Labor Day Parade ends at Hart Plaza for a Rally
Starts at 9:30 AM..Location: Downtown Detroit. .
Get a Map/Print

Clarkston's Labor Day Parade
Festivals and Community Events

MON 2009-09-07
Monday, September 7th at 10 AM. The Labor Day parade route will be Church Street to Main Street, north through downtown Clarkston to Miller Rd. This year's parade theme will be 'Michigan Automobiles''Back to the Classics'. The Clarkston Rotary is proud of its 69 years of sponsoring the Labor Day parade.
Starts at 10:00 AM..Location: Downtown Clarkston. .
Get a Map/Print

Joint Golf Event
Somerset Ski & Golf Club

Reserve by 2009-08-31. MON 2009-09-07
Joint event with American Singles Golf Assoc. - You can choose a cart partner but not the foursome. Include 18 holes with cart. Skins and closest to the pin are optional at course for $5 each. Dinner your responsibility from menu. Contact: Paula 248-
Starts at 11:00 AM. Member Price is $33 w/cart and guest price is $38w/cart.Location: Golden Hawk Golf Course. 9861 Meisner Lane, Casco Township, MI. 586-727-4681 I-94 to 26 Mile Rd,turn right, to County Line turn left 2 miles to Meisner, turn right, 1 mile to Meisner Lane, turn right, course is on the left. Modified Shotgun start
Get a Map/Print Submitted by: Judy Benn

" Always be full of joy in the Lord. I say it again – rejoice!"
Philippians 4:4

Golf
Bethany East

TUE 2009-09-08
You must call by the previous Friday. Contact: Phyllis (586) 286-1711.
..Location: Fern Hill Golf and Country Club. 17600 Clinton River Road, Clinton Township, MI 48038 586-286-4700
Get a Map/Print Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter

This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here
All Bethany Events can be seen by clicking here

Divorce Recovery
Bethany South Oakland County

TUE 2009-09-08
Divorce Recovery Tuesday Night Drop-in Contact Carol 248-390-7771
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: St Columban's Church. 1775 Melton, Birmingham, MI 48009 .
Get a Map/Print Submitted by: Carol Spellman
All Bethany Events can be seen by clicking here

Community House Senior Women's Club

TUE 2009-09-08
The Community House Senior Women's Club offers Fellowship, Programs, and Activities. The Senior Women's Club welcomes all women over the age of 50. It's a great way to make new friends. Luncheon meetings are at 10:30am on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Interesting programs precede each luncheon. Special interest groups: bridge, golf, singles, movies, books and more are available to members. Call Membership Vice President, Beckie Perry at 248.853.0166 or President, Helen Cost at 248.549.9423.
Starts at 10:30 AM..Location: Birmingham Community House. 380 South Bates Street, Birmingham, MI 48009 (248) 644-5832 web http://www.communityhouse.com/
Get a Map/Print

Meeting and Dance
Somerset Ski & Golf Club

TUE 2009-09-08
General Meeting. Dancing to a DJ after the Meeting.
Starts at 7:30 PM. Member Price is $6 and guest price is $8.Location: San Marino Club. 1685 E Big Beaver Rd, Troy, MI. 48083 (248) 689-4615 East of the Elk' Club between Rochester Road and John R. on the north side of the street.
Get a Map/Print

WED. Sep. 9 Events

Make a difference this year--- Send an unexpected greeting card by U.S. Mail every day! Send Out Cards Link has been Updated(click here)

Kayaking
Fenton Area Paddlers

WED 2009-09-09
Paddling locally every Wednesday evening at 6:15 starting May 6 and continuing through September. Our goal is to pick places where we can launch and take out at the same place without having to spot cars. Because we will always return to our starting point you can join us even if you cannot make the 6:15 start time. We will have a late snack at local spots when we return. Each paddle will be 1.5 to 2 hours in length. Our weekend paddles will alternate between Sunday and Saturday. Below are the scheduled paddles and other related activities. If the weather is questionable, the paddle will be canceled. For more information call Maggie 810-735-9570. All of the details are here
Starts at 6:15 PM..Location: Fenton Area. .
Get a Map/Print Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Dance Party and Lessons
All Star Dance Parties

WED 2009-09-09
Lesson is from 7-8 PM with Professional Instructors. Lesson only $10.00, Beginner to Intermediate. Lesson and dance $14.00, Dance only $10.00 from 8-10 PM First time guests get in FREE. No Partner needed Non Smoking (248) 689-3636 for more Information
Starts at 7:00 pm..Location: American Polish Cultural Center. 2975 E.Maple Road, Troy, MI. 48083 (248) 689-3636 This is not the Polish-American Club.
Get a Map/Print


" Fix your thoughts on what is true and honorable and right. Think about things that are pure and lovely and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise."
Philippians 4:8

THU. Sep. 10 Events

Try something new !!!

Monthly General Meeting
GM Ski Club

THU 2009-09-10
Meeting starts at 6:00 p.m. under the pavilion. $4 members, $6 guests. Hot dogs, soda, and beer included.
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Halmich Park in Warren, 13 Mile Rd. between Ryan and Dequindre.
Get a Map/Print Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Networking Breakfast
Inforum- A Professional Women's Alliance

THU 2009-09-10
Join us for casual networking Contact Brenda Meller at 248.320.2976, bmeller@walshcollege.edu or Lisa Swiftney at 248.613.1911, lisajean.swiftney@paetec.com
From 7:30 AM to 6:30 AM..Location: Walsh College, Troy Campus Cafeteria. 3838 Livernois, Troy, MI
Get a Map/Print

Ann Arbor Ski Club

THU 2009-09-10
Club Meeting and Dance. Need not be a member. Informational meeting. Refreshments and DJ after. .
Starts at 8:00 PM..Location: Chapel Hill Condominiums Clubhouse ( 3350 Green Road , Ann Arbor , MI 48105 – north of Plymouth Road )
Get a Map/Print

Thursday Breakfast
Selective Singles Social Club

THU 2009-09-10
Begin your day with good friends and good food . Non-members welcome. Bring a friend. Rosemary at 313.881.3934 .
Starts at 9:00 AM. Order off menu .Location: Cracker Barrel. 30750 Little Mack Ave, Roseville, Mi. 48066
Get a Map/Print

Thursday Golf
Somerset Ski & Golf Club

THU 2009-09-10
Call by 8pm Wed to make reservation for Sun. golf and 3 days prior to weekday golf. Leave name and number.You will be called if problem. Arrive 30 min before tee time. Foursome will be selected by a draw. Contact: Paula 248-641-1981
Starts at 11:00 AM. Price is $24 w/cart.Location: Cracklewood Golf Course. 586-781-0808 24 Mile Rd. East. Just past Romeo Plank. Friendly course.
Get a Map/Print Submitted by: Judy Benn

Weekly Dance
Five Star Connection

THU 2009-09-10
Dance lessons 8-8:30pm,open dance immediately following. Appetizers 2nd and 4th Thursdays.Dressy attire please. Ages 45+. Members $5, guests $9. More information at fivestarconnection.org, a family organization
Starts at 8:00 pm. Member Price is $5 and guest price is $9.Location: Rivercrest Hall. 900 W Avon Road, Rochester MI. Avon Rd. between Rochester & Livernois.
Get a Map/Print

FRI. Sep. 11 Events

Photo Exhibit and Sale
Exposure Detroit

This event spans the period from 2009-08-10 to 2009-11-01
Exhibit and Sale of Photographs by members of Exposure Detroit
. Price is Free.Location: Bean & Leaf. 106 S. Main Street, Royal Oak, MI. 48082 248-586-9602 web http://www.mybeanandleaf.com Monday-Saturday 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM, Sunday 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM.
Get a Map/Print Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Michigan Renaissance Festival

Reserve by 2009-08-30. This event spans the period from 2009-08-16 to 2009-09-28
Festival is held on weekends and Labor Day, rain or shine. "visitors may also partake in games of skill or enjoy non-stop entertainment where belly dancers, sword swallowers, musicians, comedians and sword fighters provide merriment for all ages. The Festival is best known for it's awe-inspiring full-contact armored jousting tournaments where gallant knights defend their honor until the last man is standing!" Labor Day weekend enjoy the Buccaneer Beer Fest and BBQ Competition!
..Location: Renaissance Festival Site. .
Get a Map/Print

Make a difference this year--- Send an unexpected greeting card by U.S. Mail every day! Send Out Cards Link has been Updated(click here)

Artwalk 2009
Art Show

This event spans the period from 2009-09-11 to 2009-09-12
ARTWALK 2009 8th Annual Juried Art Show Downtown Birmingham Friday, September 11th: 5-10pm Saturday, September 12th: Noon-6pm
..Location: Downtown Birminham. .
Get a Map/Print

Arts And Apples
Art Show

Week end of 2009-09-11
The Art & Apples Festival is traditionally held the weekend after Labor Day in Rochester’s beautiful 30-acre park located just west of Main Street and North of University Drive in Downtown Rochester. The Art & Apples Festival is a juried fine art and fine craft festival featuring 250+ quality exhibitors from across the country. The festival ranks, for the second year, in the TOP 30 of Sunshine Artist Magazines Best 200 Festivals in the Nation! Bringing over 125,000 visitors over the weekend, festival-goers can expect to see a variety of fine art from exhibiting artists, live entertainment from both local and national acts, Kids Art Zone with free art projects and activities, two fresh food courts, and…of course…homemade apple pie! The festival is accepting artist applications through February 27, 2009 – learn more about the festival by visiting www.ArtandApples.com.
..Location: Rochester Park. 407 Pine St, Rochester, MI. .
Get a Map/Print

Click here to see a 9/11 presentation


Detroit Polo Club

Week end of 2009-09-11
Detroit Invitational w/ Cedar Valley and others Call 517-618-2223 Or Email detroitpoloschool@hotmail.com
..Location: Detroit Polo Club. Hartland, MI 48843 Email detroitpoloclub@aol.com Detroit Polo Club Hotline - (248) 529-3968 Bergin Road is south of M-59 on old 23.Chukker Cove is west of Bergin Road . The polo fields are located at the back.
Get a Map/Print

Detroit Institute of Arts

FRI 2009-09-11
Fine Arts Fridays (Second Friday): Classical music, an "Insiders View" with DIA curators providing art insight, and drop-in workshops.
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Detroit Institute of Arts. 5200 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI. 313.833.7900 More here
Get a Map/Print

Bethany South-Downriver

FRI 2009-09-11
General Meeting Dating presented by Pattee from Southeast Michigan Singles Contact Judy at 313-389-4730 or Linda at 734/934-9426. PLEASE BRING A NON-PERISHABLE FOOD ITEM FOR ST. PAT'S FOOD
Starts at 7:30 PM. Price is $3.Location: St. Patrick's Church (Doherty Hall). 140 Superior, Wyandotte, MI. Between 1st and 2nd.
Get a Map/Print Submitted by: Melanie ParottThis organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here
All Bethany Events can be seen by clicking here

General Meeting and Dance
Sailing Singles

FRI 2009-09-11
Meeting 8:00 doors open at 7:30. In addition to our meeting we have a Happy Hour, a Dinner of the month, Parties, Moonlight Sails, and Rendezvous all summer. What is a Rendezvous? You will get all the details at the meeting. DJ at 9:00 PM
Starts at 8:00 PM. Member Price is $5 and guest price is $8.Location: Royal Oak Elks Club. 2401 East Fourth St Royal Oak, MI. 48067. DJ. Brian Bosman
Get a Map/Print


" For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. They shall bear thee up in their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone."
Psalms 91:11-12

SAT. Sep. 12 Events

Check out the coupons at the end of the newsletter!!!

GM Ski Club

SAT 2009-09-12
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to play golf in the dark with a glowing golf ball, here's your chance.

$25 per golfer includes:
• 9 Holes of After Dark Golf
• Tiki Torch Illuminated Fairways
• Candle Lit Paths from Green to T-Box
• Glow in the dark golf ball
• Glow necklace
• Full restaurant available for food and drinks.
Limit 25 Golfers. Advance payment is a must.
Contact Darrell Ahlberg
586-899-8203
Dahlberg7@comcast.net
Starts at 8:00 PM..Location: Sunnybrook Golf. 7191 17 Mile Road, Sterling Heights, MI. 586-264-2700 .
Get a Map/Print Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Moon-Dusters

SAT 2009-09-12
Ballroom Dancing to a live band singles, couples, All Welcome Dress Code: Ladies- Date Style clothes, Gentlemen- Jackets and ties. Dance instructions from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. every Saturday. Cost $6
Starts at 8:30 PM. Member Price is $5.00 and guest price is $6.00.Location: Livonia Civic Center. 15218 Farmington Rd., Livonia, MI. South of File Mile Road. contact Joe 248-968-5197.
Get a Map/Print

Art Affinity Group
Inforum- A Professional Women's Alliance

SAT 2009-09-12
Conservation Tour at the Detroit Instiute of Arts Cost: $48
Starts at 10:45 AM..Location: Detroit Institute of Art.
Get a Map/Print


" Don't worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done."
Philippians 4:6

SUN. Sep. 13 Events

Make a difference this year--- Send an unexpected greeting card by U.S. Mail every day! Send Out Cards Link has been Updated(click here)

An Exhibition of Waterpaintings
Art Show

SUN 2009-09-13
Exhibit by Donna Andruccioli Vogelheim
September & October, 2009
Open Reception:
Sunday, September, 13, 1-3pm
Artist Talk @ 2pm

Donna is a local and national award winning artist whose paintings have been displayed in the U.S. and Europe. She uses intense color and high value contrast to convey her “soul talk”. For information call 248.926.6238 or www.donnavogelheim.com
From 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM..Location: Flint Institute of Art. 1120 E. Kearsley, Flint, MI. 48053 810-237-7314 .
Get a Map/Print Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Argentine Dance on Sunday
Milonga Del Domingo

SUN 2009-09-13
Argentine Tango Lesson available 6-7PM $5.00.Milongas Vals, (argentine style waltzes), Argentine Tango Singles and couples welcome.
Starts at 7:00 PM. Price is $8.Location: Dance Scene. 25333 Van Dyke, Centerline, MI. 48015 586-757-6300 .
Get a Map/Print

Sunday Golf
Somerset Ski & Golf Club

SUN 2009-09-13
Call by 8pm Wed to make reservation for Sun. golf and 3 days prior to weekday golf. Leave name and number.You will be called if problem. Arrive 30 min before tee time. Foursome will be selected by a draw. Contact: Paula 248-641-1981
Starts at 11:00 AM. Price is $25 w/cart.Location: Brentwood Golf Course. 248-684-2662 West on M59 to Bogie Lake Rd (SB) to Cedar Island Rd. Turn right (WB) to Caria Hills Estate Dr., left, follow to Mayfair, turn left to Havenwood, right to clubhouse. Friendly course.
Get a Map/Print Submitted by: Judy Benn

Lessons and Dance
All Star Dance Parties

SUN 2009-09-13
Lesson 3-4 PM Dance Party 4-7 PM. Lesson only, $10.00, Lesson and dance $14.00, Dance only $10.00. First time FREE. No partner needed. Non-smoking. (248) 689-3636 for more information.
Starts at 3:00 PM ..Location: American Polish Cultural Center. 2975 E.Maple Road, Troy, MI. 48083 (248) 689-3636 This is not the Polish-American Club.
Get a Map/Print


>

Future Events:

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.


Weight Loss Intro. Session
Health and Fitness Event

TUE 2009-09-15
Dr. Manela will conduct a Weight Loss Introduction Session where he will Explain his "Life Changing Program" that is not just poping a pill to burn fat,counting calories, or going to the gym everyday trying to sweat off those extra pounds. It is a program for those who want to enjoy health food, rid their body of toxic overload and lose weight. Call 248-544-2400 to reserve a place at this free session.
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Fitness Unlimited. 408 S. Lafayette, Royal Oak, MI. 48067 248-544-2400 .
Get a Map/Print Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


What's next for the D?
Inforum- A Professional Women's Alliance

TUE 2009-09-15
Hear two powerful, innovative and controversial voices that are shaping the future of Detroit, Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and Robert Bobb, Emergency Financial Manager for Detroit Public Schools. Both leaders share a forward thinking leadership style and have shown the ability to reinvent themselves and the environment around them to become icons of inspiration and hope for the many people that live, work and play in Detroit.

$50 Inforum Members
$70 Non-Members
$650 Table of 10 (includes special recognition & reserved seating)

Note to Corporate Investors: To reserve gratis tickets please call Kristen Linegar at klinegar@inforummichigan.org or 313.578.3227.
From 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM..Location: Detroit Yacht Club. Detroit (Belle Isle), MI 48207 (313) 824-1200 web http://www.dyc.com
Get a Map/Print

Book Signing and Discussion
Business and Professional Event

WED 2009-09-16
Barnes & Noble has invited Corey Perlman back to share tips and strategies from the bestselling book, eBoot Camp. Come sip some coffee with him as we discuss tips and strategies from the book that can help drive more traffic to your Website and improve your overall web presence.
From 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM..Location: Barnes & Noble. 500 S. Main, Royal Oak, MI 48067 248-336-9464 .
Get a Map/Print

Annual Fall Meet and Greet Program and Social
Royal Oak Woman's Club

THU 2009-09-17
The Royal Oak Woman’s Club cordially invites all interested women to attend their Annual Fall Meet and Greet Program and Social.

This will be an introduction to the history and workings of the Royal Oak Woman's Club, a charitable service organization. Find out who we are, what we do, how to become a member, and have some fun! Refreshments will be served following the meeting.

For more information and/or to make a reservation, please call Anita Sane, Vice President, at 248-420-6616 or email at keefer5858@aol.com
From 6:45 PM to 8:30 PM..Location: Royal Oak Women's Club. 404 S. Pleasant Street, Royal Oak, MI 48067
Get a Map/Print

Joy Manor Singles

FRI 2009-09-18
Hot & Cold Hors d'oeuvres Top 40 Dj, ballroom,line dancing,and all others upon request. NO Jeans & NO Tennis Shoes. Come out on a weekday and have some fun dancing the night away.Contact: Jean 248-890-6304 or weeweewop54@yahoo.com
Starts at 7:00 PM. Price is $8.Location: Joy Manor. 28999 Joy Road, Westland, MI. 3 Blocks East Of Middlebelt Behind The Oak Center Plaza.
Get a Map/Print

Random Act of Wineness Charity Event.
Angels For People

Reserve by 2009-09-23. THU 2009-09-24
Wine-tasting charity event in support of Linda Anger. 15 different wines and appetizers are included in the entry price of $40. Please rsvp or contact Paul Funk at paul@angels4people.org for more information.
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Filipo Marc Winery. 39085 Garfield Rd, Clinton Township, MI. 48038-2789 (586) 226-3990 web http://www.filipomarcwinery.com .
Get a Map/Print

Friday Singles Dinner Group

Reserve by 2009-09-24. FRI 2009-09-25
Join us for a delightful dinner with good company. Menu has a variety of both casual and formal cuisine. Reservations only to Elaine (248-332-8462) Please leave call-back information with reservation messages.
From 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Order off menu .Location: Jeremy's Restaurant. 1978 Cass Lake Rd, Keego Harbor, MI. 48320 .
Get a Map/Print

39th Annual Regretta!
Priems Yachting Society

SUN 2009-09-27
Please join us for racing on the beautiful Detroit River along with grand festivities and camaraderie. Hose down the yacht or pick a spot on the front lawn but don’t miss this great Sunday afternoon extravaganza!

Registration & Eye openers 1130 AM
Skipper’s Meeting NOONish
First Gun 1 PM (1300 hrs)
Yacht entry fee $15.00***
(PHRF rated event)
Jib, Main & bloopers only. Bloopers are grandfathered in and will be allowed for 3 sec/mi penalty. Ascots encouraged.
Course TBD @ Skipper’s meeting.
Awards ceremony time TBD
. Entertainment brought to you by:
“The Flying Crowbars”
2:30 pm
Lifetime membership if you are not a member, yet. $5.00
Awards party cover / pp $15.00
(Includes Beer, Band, Booty and Brats&Burgers)
Limber up for some Limbo! Pass the Word!

Don’t forget to follow the event online at: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=66966560648#/event.php?eid=126482923239
Starts at 11:30 AM..Location: Bayview Yacht Club. 100 Clairpointe St., Detroit, MI 48215 313-822-1853
Get a Map/Print

Sailing Singles

Reserve by 2009-10-23. FRI 2009-11-06
This is our 2nd annual dinner/dance/karaoke night with authentic Polish food in the heart of Hamtramck "Little Poland". Limited to the first 100 respondents. Other clubs will be joining Sailing Singles - GM Ski Club; Somerset Ski & Golf Club; SkiWi Ski & Social Club; and others. Evening will start at 6:30 for drinks, 7 for dinner and 8:30 for dancing and Karaoke. Cost $23 for members and $28 for non-members BEFORE 10/23. After 10/24 $26 for members and $31 for non members. Send check payable to Sailing Singles to Ann Enghardt, 35403 Cathedral Drive, Sterling Heights, MI 48312. Remember there will be a limit of 100 party people. This will be a great mixer party and we want you to have a great time, eating authentic Polish food, dancing all night and, if you want, singing karaoke to your heart\'s content! Come and join us. Dress: dressy casual
From 6:30 PM to 12:00 AM..Location: Polonia of Hamtramck. 2934 Yemans St, Hamtramck, MI 48212 313.505.3757
Get a Map/Print


Coupons Available

Here are the coupons that are available today. We will be adding more from time to time so check back here on a regular basis. If you have any suggestions for vendors who might like to post their coupons here, contact Peggy Jo at peggyjo@peggyjostudio.net
Be sure that you see all of the coupons available by scrolling through the coupons down to the notification of the end of available coupons!! If you would like to have a coupon sent to you via email, just click on the coupon and fill out the form that will be presented.

You must allow images to be shown

If you do not see a coupon in this box, Make sure that you are allowing images to be displayed
If you do not see a coupon in this box, Make sure that you are allowing images to be displayed
If you do not see a coupon in this box, Make sure that you are allowing images to be displayed
If you do not see a coupon in this box, Make sure that you are allowing images to be displayed
If you do not see a coupon in this box, Make sure that you are allowing images to be displayed
If you do not see a coupon in this box, Make sure that you are allowing images to be displayed
If you do not see a coupon in this box, Make sure that you are allowing images to be displayed
This is the end of the available Coupons. We will be adding more so come back again

 


Published Weekly and sent to over 8,059 eMail contacts.