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Restaurants Open Christmas Eve and Day in Northville and Novi, Michigan

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Restaurants Open Christmas Eve and Day in Northville and Novi, Michigan

Are you looking for someone else to cook your Christmas dinner?

Would you like to reduce your holiday stress?

The holidays are almost here. With Christmas Eve only 8 days away, you may find your to-do list a little overwhelming. Between buying presents, wrapping those presents, making cookies, decorating the tree, and cleaning your house, making Christmas dinner may seem more like a dream than a reality.

Why not go out this year for Christmas dinner? That would mean no dishes, no clean up, and no hours in the kitchen. Instead, someone else will serve you an amazing, stress-free Christmas dinner. If this sounds like something you are looking for, please check out our list below of restaurants that are open on Christmas Day and/or Christmas Eve in Northville and Novi, Michigan.

Restaurants Open Christmas Eve

  • DeadWood Bar and Grill
    This restaurant is only open on Christmas Eve and will not be open on Christmas Day. Reservations are available for Christmas Eve.

    Hours:
    Christmas Eve: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM

    Location, Phone Number and Website:
    18730 Northville Road
    Northville, MI 48167
    248-347-4353
    www.deadwoodbarandgrill.com

     
  • Black Rock Bar and Grill
    If you have yet to enjoy a steak at Black Rock Bar and Grill, you are missing out. Black Rock Bar and Grill was voted the 1st Best Steakhouse in 2013 and 3rd Best Steakhouse in 2012 according to 4thebest Click on Detroit. This is the perfect place to spend your Christmas Eve. Reservations are available for Christmas Eve.

    Hours:
    Christmas Eve: 11:00 AM – 9:00 PM

    Location, Phone Number and Website:
    44175 W 12 Mile Road
    Novi, MI 48377
    248-465-7777
    www.blackrocksizzlingsteakhouse.com

Restaurants Open Christmas Day

  • Dragontown of Novi
    I had a friend in college who always ate Chinese food on Christmas Day. It was a family tradition and he loved it. You can start a similar family tradition and order your favorite Chinese food on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

    Hours:
    Christmas Eve: 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM
    Christmas Day: 2:00 PM to 10:00 PM

    Location, Phone Number and Website:
    21518 Novi Road
    Novi, MI 48375
    Phone: 248-348-1440
    www.dragontownnovi.com

     
  • New Wing Hing
    This restaurant specializes in Szechuan, Mandarin & Cantonese cuisine. They have been serving the Northville area since 1978. Reservations are available for both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

    Hours:
    Christmas Eve: 11:00 PM to 9:30 PM
    Christmas Day: 12:00 PM to 9:00 PM

    Location, Phone Number and Website:
    43171 West 7 Mile Rd
    Northville, Michigan 48167
    248-348-8411
    www.newwinghing.com

Whether you are looking to go out Christmas Eve or Christmas Day, Northville and Novi, Michigan have you covered. Have a wonderful week and make sure to stop back here on Thursday.

Northville, MI Holiday Events You Don’t Want To Miss

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Northville, MI Holiday Events

Are you looking for some fun holiday events to attend this weekend?

Would you like your kids to see Santa without going to the mall?

The holidays are right around the corner, and children everywhere are getting excited. With only a week and half to go until Christmas, we would like to share 4 events that are taking place this weekend in Northville, Michigan. Three are holiday related and the other is a community event that you won’t want to miss.

Three Holiday Events in Northville This Weekend

  1. Tinsel and Treasures Holiday Market – December 13 - 15

    If you are looking for a unique gift to give this holiday season, you will want to be sure to visit the Tinsel and Treasures Holiday Market at the Northville Community Center this weekend. This event will feature handcrafted gifts from more than 75 artists and fine crafts people. Items will include glass design, jewelry, sculptures and much more.

    Location: 303 W. Main Street, Northville, Michigan

    Hours:
    • Friday, 12/13: 9:00 am to 8:00 pm
    • Saturday: 12/13: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
    • Sunday: 12/15: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

    For more information, please visit www.downtownnorthiville.com or call the Northville Downtown Development Authority at 248-349-0345.
     
  2. Santa at Maybury Farm – December 14 - 15

    Maybury Farm is hosting Santa this weekend. On Saturday the 14th and Sunday the 15th, you can visit Maybury Farm and see Santa. You will even be able to see Santa’s antique sleigh and take a picture of your little one on Santa’s lap. Snacks, coffee, and of course hot chocolate are available while you wait to see Santa.

    This is the last weekend to see Santa at Maybury Farm, so make sure to stop by. According to the Maybury Farm website,

    Admission is just a smile and a donation! All donations help to feed the animals at Maybury Farm throughout the winter months.

    Location: 50165 Eight Mile Road, Northville, Michigan

    Hours: 12:00 to 3:00 pm
     
  3. Santa in Northville’s Town Square

    Santa Claus will be visiting downtown Northville each weekend until Christmas and is sure to delight every child.

    Hours: 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
     

Non-Holiday Event

For a non-holiday event, you will want to head to the Northville High School for the attempt at the Guinness World Record for Lightning Game. The goal is to bring in over 700 participants and break the current record of 571.

According to the Northville Patch, the game is also called Elimination or Knockout and is played by multiple participants and with two basketballs. It is a fast paced game where participants shoot basketballs in order to survive elimination and to eliminate other players. The objective is to be the last remaining player.

Location: 45700 Six Mile Rd., Northville, Michigan

Time: The game will begin immediately following registration at 1:30 pm

Cost: None. Donations will be accepted at the door and will go to the Lisa Christensen Memorial Fund for the benefit of her children.

For more information, please contact Alan at the Northville Parks Recreation by calling 248-349-0203, ext, 1405.

Whether you are looking for holiday fun or to community event, Northville, Michigan is the place to be this weekend. Northville exemplifies the small town feel and always has something to offer its residents. If you have any questions about moving to Northville, please give our office a call. We would love to help you find your dream home in this family-friendly community.

Northville Public Schools Named to 2013 AP District of the Year Honor Roll

by The Jamey Kramer Group

2013 AP District of the Year Honor Roll

Are you looking to move to a school district that provides its students with the ability to succeed?

While you’re looking for new homes, are good schools on your list of “must haves”?

Almost every future homeowner that walks into my office has a list of “must haves.”  If having a family is an option for this future homeowner, great schools are a top priority on that “must have” list. All parents want the best for their children, and it is completely understandable why great schools are a main concern.

Northville, Michigan’s highly acclaimed schools is one of the many reasons why I enjoy selling homes in Northville, Michigan. With Northville Public Schools again making headlines for being named to the College Board’s 2013 AP District of the Year Honor Roll, I would like to share a more in depth spotlight on this highly desirable award.

2013 AP District of the Year Honor Roll

The College Board released the 2013 AP District of the Year Honor Roll that includes a list of 539 schools districts across the United States and Canada. This distinct recognition is awarded to school districts that have increased access to Advanced Placement® course work while increasing the percentage of students that earn scores of 3 or higher on AP Exams. AP or Advance placement courses are courses that allow students to engage in college level courses and earn college credits.

In order to be included, the district must have completed 3 components.

  1. The district must increase participation or access to advance placement courses by 11% in small districts, 6% in medium districts, and 4% in large districts.
  2. Access to these advance placement courses must be available to all students. To ensure this, the percentage of Hispanic/Latino, African American, and American Indian/Alaska Native students who are taking advance placement exams cannot decrease by 10% or more in a small district and 5% or more in a large or medium district.
  3. Lastly, the school district is required to improve the students’ performance levels. This is measured by percentage of students scoring a 3 or higher on an AP exam compared to the previous scores unless the school district has already reached a performance level more that 70% of advance placement students who have scored 3 or higher.

As you can see, it is quite an impressive honor for a school district to make it on the list.

Who Put This List Together?

The College Board is the not-for-profit organization that put this honor roll together. According to the organization’s website,

The College Board is a mission-driven not-for-profit organization that connects students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the College Board was created to expand access to higher education. Today, the membership association is made up of over 6,000 of the world’s leading educational institutions and is dedicated to promoting excellence and equity in education.”

Northville, Michigan is a highly desirable place to live and raise a family with great schools and beautiful homes. If you would like to start looking at homes in the Northville area, please give my office a call. I would love to help you find the home of your dreams.

248-348-7200

Is Northville, Michigan a Good Place to Live?

by The Jamey Kramer Group

Northville, Michigan

Are you looking to settle down in a safe city?

When I was growing up, it was normal for mothers to say, “Come home before the street lights turn on.” I would run around the neighborhood with my friends or play in the huge neighborhood game of capture the flag. Back then, our parents had a peace of mind knowing that we were safe.

Do you want your children to grow up in a safe neighborhood?

The answer to that question is obviously yes for every parent. Nothing is more important than keeping our children safe. Nowadays, many parents do not have the same sense of security that their parents had while raising a family. However, settling down in a neighborhood that statistics show is a safe environment will inspire peace of mind. Today, we would like to share with you about a city in the Metro Detroit area that is statistically a safe place for you to raise your family.

Northville’s Rich History

Northville, Michigan is known for its rich history. The Victorian style architecture in the Historic District can seem to transport you to another time. Unlike many other cities, the homes built before the 1930s still have the same charming beauty.

According to the City of Northville’s website, it too plays into rich history by offering old-fashion benches and lamps posts throughout the downtown area, plus specialty shops, theaters and preserved landmarks.

It wasn’t too long ago when we published an article entitled, Northville, Michigan - Great Schools, Low Crime and Small Town Charm. In that article, we highlighted the appeal of Northville’s low crime rate. However, according to the FBI’s 2012 Crime Stats for Northville, Michigan, crime is even lower.

2012 FBI Crime Stats for Northville, Michigan

The FBI report breaks down all the reported crime in the United States by city. According to the section, Michigan – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by City, 2012, Northville has seen a decrease in both property crime and violent crimes as compared to 2011. There were only 2 violent crimes reported in 2012 which is a violent crime rate of .03% in a population of 5,968 in 2012. The combined statistics of all categories show that Northville has one of the lowest overall crime occurrences in Metro Detroit.

If you are looking for a safe city to raise your family, you can rest assured that Northville is a city that you will want to take a closer look at. If you are interested in purchasing a house in Northville, Michigan, we would be honored to help. Please call our office at:

248-348-7200

Trick-or-Treating in Novi and Northville, Michigan

by The Jamey Kramer Group
Happy Halloween

Do you know what roads are closed in downtown Northville on Halloween?

Are you wondering what time trick-or-treating is at?

Happy Halloween everyone! Today, we are exploring two of Michigan’s favorite cities, Novi and Northville, and what they are up to this Halloween. There are events for all ages on Halloween, and both Novi and Northville are great trick-or-treating cities for all to enjoy.

Novi’s Halloween Events

  • Trick-or-Treating Hours

    First, let’s start with Novi’s trick-or-treating hours. The NoviPatch has announced that the hours of 6 pm- 8 pm are recommended for trick-or-treating.
  • Have A Frightfully, Delightful Halloween

    According to the city of Novi’s website,

    “There’s mischief brewing at the Meadowbrook Activity Center so put on your best Halloween costume or come as you are to celebrate a Bootiful Halloween. We will be serving up a spooktacular afternoon with lunch and wonderful entertainment by Michael Krieger.”

    This event is for those who are 55+ on Halloween day from 12 pm -2 pm. The cost for Novi residents is $7 and the cost of non-residents is $8.50. Registration is required, so please call 248-347-0400 to see if there are still openings. For more information, please visit the city of Novi’s website.

Northville’s Halloween Events

  • Trick-or-Treating Hours

    Just like the city of Novi, the trick-or-treating hours in Northville are from 6 pm – 8 pm.
  • Roads closed in Northville for Halloween

    Northville’s City Council will be ensuring a safe trick-or-treating environment for its residents by closing some of the downtown roads. Here is a list of the closed road as reported by the City of Northville’s website.
     
    • Main Street (Wing to Rogers)
    • Dunlap Street (Wing to Rogers)
    • Linden Street (Main to Randolph)
    • West Street (Main to Randolph)
    • High Street (Main to Randolph)
    • Linden Court (Linden to the end)
    • Dubuar Street (Linden to the west end)
    • N. Rogers Street (W. Main to Potomac)
  • Northville High School’s Drama Clubs Haunted House

    If trick-or-treating isn’t for you, then stop by Northville High School and enter into a Zombie Prison. This event is recommended for children ages 12-years-old and older. The Zombie Prison is open from 4:30 pm – 9 pm and admission is $5 dollars at the door. For more information, please visit Northville High School Theater

Staying Safe This Halloween

Both Novi and Northville have offered a few tips and tricks on how to stay safe this Halloween. Here are a few of those tips and tricks.

  • Only trick or treat at well-lit houses and remain on the porch.
  • Go trick-or-treating in small groups with an adult.
  • Always bring a flashlight.
  • Parents should supervise trick-or-treating for any children under the age of 12.
  • Look carefully at all treats before consuming.
  • Be careful of eating any homemade candies and stick to eating factory wrapped candies only.
  • Stay on sidewalks whenever possible.

Happy Halloween from all of us at the Jamey Kramer Group, and we hope you have a wonderful time trick-or-treating in either city.

Everything You Need to Know About Halloween In Northville, Michigan

by The Jamey Kramer Group
Halloween In Northville, Michigan

Are you looking for some fun Halloween events to attend?

The cooler weather means one thing to many people at this time of year, and that one thing is that the holidays are just around the corner. As the leaves turn brilliant shades of oranges, reds and yellows, and pumpkins seem to be in every store, we all get excited for the upcoming holidays. The first holiday of the fall season to celebrate is Halloween, and no one knows how to celebrate Halloween like the residents of Northville, Michigan.

Northville has a number of family-friendly Halloween events for the entire family. Costume parades for the kids, food contests, and a trick-or-treat trail are only the start. On this perfect fall day, we would like to share the upcoming Halloween events for Northville residents.

Sunday, October 20

Trick or Treat Trail

This coming Sunday is the annual Trick or Treat Trail at the historic Mill Race Village from 4:40 pm to 6:40 pm. The village will be open to preschool - 3rd grade children to showcase their costumes, trick-or-treat and visit the “not-so-spooky houses.”

Registration is required. To register, call the Northville Parks and Recreation at 248-349-0203 by October 18th at 4:30 pm. Advance tickets are $7 per child and parents are free. Admissions are timed, so please plan to arrive a few minutes early with your child’s trick-or-treat bag. For more information, please see the Northville Parks and Recreation’s website.

Saturday, October 26

Costume Parade & Trick-or-Treat Streets

On October 26th from 12 pm to 2:30 pm, bring the kiddos to the Northville Community Center at 303 W. Main Street to walk in the costume parade. Children of all ages can show off their costumes while trick-or-treating at the local merchants. Be sure to catch the Halloween puppet show held at Time Square at 1:45 pm.

Friday Night Festival

If you and the family can’t make it to the costume parade, be sure to catch the Fright Night Festival in downtown Northville on Main Street between Wing and Center. At 3 pm on the 26th, the Northville Patch reports that you can enjoy:

  • Live Entertainment
  • Hell’s Hottest Food Contest
  • Canine Costume Contest
  • Pumpkin Carving
  • Children’s Haunted Fairy Door Treasure Hunt

The second annual Fright Night Road Rally will begin at 6:00 pm. Not only will your family have a great time, but all the proceeds will be going to a Chicks4Charities campaign, No Child Goes Hungry. For more information, please visit the Chicks4Charities website.

Thursday, October 31st

The city of Northville will be celebrating Halloween from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Eight streets will be closed for vehicle traffic from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm to help ensure safe conditions for children who will be trick-or-treating. For more information, please see the City of Northville’s website.

Fire Station Open House

If you like free hot cider, fresh donuts and popcorn, then head over to the Northville Fire Station anytime from 6 pm to 8 pm Halloween night.

You may also like to stop by the Northville Community Center at 303 West Main Street where there will be trick-or-treating from 6 pm to 8 pm and at 7:30 pm, there will be a costume contest.

Northville, Michigan has so much to offer any family during the holidays. If you are looking to relocate to a family-friendly city, please give our office a call. We will be honored to help you find that dream home.

Family Fun this Weekend in Northville, Michigan

by The Jamey Kramer Group
Family Fun in Northville, Michigan

Are you looking for something to do this weekend with the whole family?

It is going to be a beautiful weekend in Northville, Michigan. The temperatures will be in the low 70s with partly cloudy skies. This is the perfect weekend to pick pumpkins, drink apple cider, eat donuts and maybe even head to a corn maze after dark.

Sometimes it can be hard to find events that are family friendly and fun for all. We are here to share with you that Northville, Michigan has a number of fantastic events planned for you and your family this weekend. According to the Northville Patch, there are 4 events happening this weekend in Northville.

Get your planners out and let's start planning.

  1. Corn Maze at the Maybury Farm

Although we have shared about the Maybury Farm Corn Maze before, we wanted to highlight a few more things. The farm has a 12 acre maze that is hiding 8 wooden animals. If you find all 8 wooden animals, you have a chance to win a Meijer gift card. 

The ticket you purchase includes your wagon ride to the corn maze, admission to play at the farm-themed playground, and visit with all the animals. This is a perfect event for anyone with young children.

What we didn't share last time is that the corn maze continues after dark. Fridays and Saturdays they are open until 10 pm and Sunday's hours have been extended to 8 pm. 

Another great part is that all of the proceeds from the Corn Maze go to feed the animals during the winter. 

Pumpkins are half-off this weekend, too. If you're looking for fall family fun, the Maybury Farm in Northville, Michigan has it for you.

  1. Fall Fair Artisan Market 

If you are looking for some individuality in your decor, this fair will have it all: furniture, fiber art, jewelry, photography, sculptures and more. Everything has been handcrafted by 75 artists and crafters from around the country. Don't worry. They will have holiday items as well. The fair will be held at the Northville Community Center at 303 West Main Street on October 11 through the 13th.

  1. Support the High School Rowing Club

This weekend in rain or shine, the Northville High School rowing club will be rowing from Detroit to Mackinac Island. Thankfully, it looks like they've picked a beautiful weekend to do it. The team is hoping to raise money for a new boat. 

  1. Northville Township Fire Department

Does your child love fire trucks? This Saturday is the perfect time to visit the Northville Township Fire Department. The fire department is having an open house to have fun and educate everyone who attends on fire safety. There will be activities for the whole family including:

  • Live demonstrations including the Jaws of Life, hydraulic rescue tools and fire extinguishers.
  • Fire truck tours
  • Games
  • Meet and greet with the firefighters. 

Northville is one of those places that gives you a hometown feel and always has something going on. That is why so many people move to and choose to stay in Northville, Michigan.

If you have any questions about moving to Northville, call my office at 248-348-7200. We would love to help you become a part of this unique city. 

 

There's Always Something Happening in Northville, MI

by The Jamey Kramer Group
Chocolate ice cream

Do you love free ice cream?

In a city like Northville, Michigan there is always something for everyone and there is always something going on. Whether you want to enjoy the beautiful fall weather or some free ice cream, it's all happening in Northville. Before you make any weekend plans, check out what Northville, Michigan has to offer.

Maybury Farm Corn Maze

If you are looking for some fun and family-friendly activities this weekend, this corn maze has it all. The maze is actually shaped like a barn and finding your way through it is only one part of the fun. 

Another fun activity is finding 8 animals. Once all 8 are found, you can head back for cider and donuts. Then you can be entered to win a Meijer gift card. While you are enjoying your cider and donuts, you and the kids can head out to the playground and visit the animals. The hours of operation are:

Friday: 6 pm-10 pm

Saturday: 1 pm-10 pm

Sunday: 1 pm-7 pm

Remember the last wagon of the day leaves 1 hour before closing time. This maze was created to raise money to feed the animals during the winter. The cost of admission for adults is $7 and kids under 9 are $6. Maybury Farm is located at 50165 Eight Mile in Northville.

Kidpreneur Video Production Workshop 

Here is a great event if your kid is interested in making movies. According to the Northville Patch,

"This is part of the Kidpreneur Video Production Series workshop. In this workshop, kids will learn how to use Microsoft Live MovieMaker to make a 30sec introduction video with titles, audio and music."

This class is for kids 10-14 years old. Classes and workshops are held at 235 E Main Street, Suite #104 in Northville.  Kids must bring their own laptop. If you are already a member then the workshop is free. For non members, the charge is $25. 

This workshop focuses on teaching kids how to promote their business by using a 30 second video. 

Sundaes on Sunday

I know I love ice cream, especially when it's free. This Sunday, the Northville District Library is hosting an event called, "Friends of the Library". Bring your friends, family, or anyone you can find even if they are not a member because this event is open to everyone. 

If you would like to become a member of the library, Sunday is the perfect time to do it. You'll also discover the upcoming events that the library has to offer. This Sunday's event will be from 1 pm-4 pm. 

Northville is a wonderful, family-friendly city with something going on every weekend. What are you looking forward to doing this weekend?

Northville, Michigan's Amy Yakima Makes National Headlines

by The Jamey Kramer Group
Opportunity ahead

Have you noticed Northville, Mi in the News Lately?

Are you looking for a place to live that offers a home town feel?

This week has been a great week for the residents of Northville, Michigan. It is a week to be proud of. Northville, Michigan offers a home town feel without being too small. It’s a community where your neighbors support you and the police go the extra mile to protect you.

Not only did the Northville Township police put a identity thief behind bars, one of Northville’s very own made it to the final four on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and it is also time for the cider mills to open.

Northville’s Very Own Amy Yakima Makes the Final Four

Northville’s very own, Amy Yakima, made it to the final four on ‘So You Think You Can Dance’. The popular television show is where dancers compete to see who is the best dancer and this season is the show’s 10th year. According to the Northville Patch, Amy’s outstanding dance performance on Tuesday night made all those in Northville proud.

Amy even impressed Paula Abdul. However, if you’re from Northville, then you are probably already familiar with Northville High School’s dance team. Amy, a 2011 graduate, was a member of the dance team during the years she attended the school. Please make sure to show your support this coming Tuesday when Amy takes the stage again by texting the word “Amy” to 83676. 

Identity Thief Behind Bars

In other news, the Northville Police arrested a man that had been suspected of identity thief. Matthew Ward Phelan of Plymouth is being charged according to the Northville Patch, with four counts of identity theft and seven counts of illegal use of financial transaction device.

The police were looking for a man who matched the description from the security footage that showed a man wearing golf clothing and a hat with the logo “Pine Lakes Country Club”. The police suspected him of using stolen credit cards at local grocery stores.

When the anonymous tip came in that lead the police to Matthew Ward Phela, police started surveillance and an investigation. Northville’s low crime rate is what drew many of its residents to move there.

Northville’s Cider Mills Open

It wouldn’t be fall in Michigan if there wasn’t a visit to a Cider Mill. Last year’s low apple crop almost put a damper on the cider mill traditions. Paramenter’s Northville Cider Mill and Winery has been open since August 31st and is ready for business. Whether you enjoy the donuts, the cider or the craft show, there are memories to be made in Northville.

The Northville Patch reported that Three Cedars Farm is opening on September 6.  You won’t want to forget to visit the story book farm and see all the animals or have the chance to go on a hayride.  

What are you most looking forward to in Northville, Michigan this fall?

Northville, Michigan’s Family Friendly Weekend Activities

by The Jamey Kramer Group
Northville MI Activities

Are you looking for a city that offers fun for the whole family?

Do you like supporting local farmers?

As the week and summer are winding down, many of us are ready and looking forward to the weekend. If you are a planner, you may be thinking about what to do in the local area. I do the same thing. It is one of the reasons I am glad that I live in the Northville and Novi, Michigan area. There are always a number of community events to enjoy in both cities.

Today, as you make your weekend plans, I wanted to share with you a little about what is happening in Northville, Michigan. Northville is not just another city rich in history. It is a city that offers a variety of family friendly events. This weekend, you can support local farmers at the Farmers Market, enjoy a free concert on Friday night, and take a walk through history at a vintage baseball game.

Northville’s Farmers Market – August 15

Over 125 Michigan grown products are available for you at the Northville Farmers market. Between the beginning of May and the end of October, the Northville Farmers Market is open every Thursday from 8 am – 3 pm.

Local produce aren’t the only products you’ll find there either. You can also purchase homemade jams and jellies, homemade salsa, and homemade pasta.

When: August 15
Time: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
Where: Northville Downs parking lot at the northwest corner of 7 Mile and Sheldon Rd.
Cost: Free

For more information visit the, The Northville Chamber of Commerce’s Farmers Market Calendar of Events.

Northville’s Free Concert Friday Night Concert – August 16

Do you love Motown or rock music? How about the Blues? If you do, then on Friday night you will want to head over to the Town Square in downtown Northville for a FREE concert. This week’s featured band is the Global Village. The concert runs for 7 pm- 9 pm as is managed by the Northville Parks and Recreation.

When: August 16
Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Where: Town Square Downtown Northville, MI
Cost: Free

For more information and to view the full list of the all concerts at the Northville Parks and Recreation’s Friday Night Concert Series.

Northville Eclipse Vintage Baseball – August 18

On Sunday afternoon, the Northville Eclipse, a Northville’s own vintage baseball will be playing against the London Tecumsehs at home. If you would like to experience what baseball was like in the 1860s, please plan to spend the afternoon at Ford Field in downtown Northville, Michigan adjacent to the Historic Mill Race Village.

When: August 18
Time: 2:00 pm
Where: Ford Field, Northville, Mi
Cost: Free

Save the Date: August 24th
Northville’s 1st Annual Northville Food Truck Rally and Beer Garden

Mark your calendars for Northville’s 1st Annual Northville Food Truck Rally and Beer Garden next Saturday, August 24th is Northville’s 1st Annual Northville Food Truck Rally and Beer Garden event. It will be located on West Cady (between Wing & 1st Street). While admission to the event is free and food or beverage purchased will cost money.

When: August 24
Time: 1:00 pm-9:00 pm
Where: West Cady St.
Cost: Free Admission

For more information, please see the Northville Chamber of Commerce website.

Make sure to include one or all of these events in your weekend plans. Have a wonderful weekend everyone!

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