MACC March Meeting Reminder
Our March General Membership Meeting
Will be held at 12:30 on
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
5800 Dryden Road
(E of Dryden, S side)
Dryden, MI. Lunch is on own. Please note the meeting has been changed from High Street Eatery to Lenny Miller's.
RSVP to email@example.com if you'd like to join or phone 810-678-MACC (6222).
See you there!
|Metacare Inc. does! Are you or a loved one (50 years and above) in need of an assisted living facility? If so, come share in the "green" by visiting Metacare Inc. during their Open House on Sunday, March 25 between 2:00pm-4:00pm. The Open House will provide you the opportunity to meet the staff, tour the facility and enjoy live entertainment by local children. In keeping with the "green" theme, the Tir Na N'Og Gaelic Dance & Music, a group of Irish dancers are scheduled to entertain the community and residents from 2:30pm-3:30pm. Two local Rasnick sisters, Hadley and Shelby, will also be volunteering their time to perform some Irish melodies on the piano. You don't want to miss their rendition of "Danny Boy!" Beverages and finger foods will be available. Please RSVP to Victoria Rodriguez at 810-678-3503 or firstname.lastname@example.org by March 21 if you'd like to join!|
Music Among the Hills...
|...come to play or come be part of an audience! The Metamora Historical Society is sponsoring a Slow Jam, Drum Circle, Open Acoustic Jam, Folk & Traditional musical event on Saturday, April 21st at the Metamora Old Town Hall, 26 E. High St., Metamora MI 48455. Admission is free but donations to the Metamora Historical Society will be accepted and appreciated. Bring your lunch or walk to several close-by restaurants. Metamora’s Old Town Hall was built in 1888 and is part of an historic and imaginative community. |
Click here for a schedule of events. If you need additional information, please call Alice Gajewski at 248-628-5287 or go to www.FolkJam.com.
K8ART 2012 is underway at Gallery 194!
Come downtown and check out this amazing art work from students across Lapeer County, March 6-17! There are some amazing and very inspirational pieces in this show, making it one not to be missed!
While you’re downtown be sure to check out Art on the Town! A month long art walk in businesses all around the downtown area to help support the Lapeer County 4-H youth programs! Programs are available at the gallery and at participating businesses across downtown Lapeer. Visit www.downtownlapeer.com for more info!
Running the Streets in Historic Downtown Metamora!
Derek Stone. Runner. Grew up in Metamora. Attended Lapeer East High School. Now resides in Traverse City. Derek's story...
Derek has recently started his own company organizing triathlons and road races. He recalls years ago that there used to be a road race during local festivals in Metamora and is now bringing it back! Derek is certain to make this a fun and exciting event during Metamora Country Days and for the first time ever, during Celebration of the Horse! Details to follow.
Derek has his first event planning for June 2nd in Lapeer, a memorial race for Tom Daley and his cousin Michael Beatty. Visit http://Racemilestone.com
for more information.
No horsin' Around
|The next Celebration of the Horse meeting will be at 7 pm, March 22 at Chardonnay in Oxford. You'll find the COTH committee members downstairs in the Pub area. Please feel free to forward, bring a friend and your ideas! Any questions? Nan may be reached at 248-884-0424. See you on the 22nd!|
Pilates in Downtown Metamora
Elayne Hebert, a Pilates Trainer, Metamora resident and soon to be MACC member, is extending an offer to all Metamora residents as well
as friends of Metamora! Beginning in May, Elayne would like to offer a free 4-week introduction to Pilates class! The class will meet
weekly for an hour, tentatively at the Old Town Hall. No prior Pilates experience is necessary. All you need is a mat, a towel, and an open mind! Please visit www.pilatesbirminghamstudio.com for additional information or e-mail Elayne at email@example.com.