Saturday, August 4, 2018

MSU Extension Master Gardener Program offering fall session
     Do you enjoy being outdoors? Would you like the opportunity to learn more about growing plants? Do you like to share your knowledge with others? If so, become part of the MSU Extension Master Gardener Program! This horticulture education and volunteer training program is taught by Michigan State University Extension horticulture experts. No prior knowledge or experience in gardening is required, but experienced, garden enthusiasts are also welcome.  
     The fall 2018 session in Livingston County (Howell) is now open for registration. You can register online at or call MSU Extension - Livingston County at (517) 546-3950 for more details. Registration deadlines are August 8th with payment by check, or August 15th with payment by credit card. Additional info about the program can be found on the registration website or by visiting 

Howell Eagles Club holding summer party on Saturday, August 11
    Come out and join the Howell Eagles for a summer party, open to the public. Fast Eddie Band will be playing classic rock, blues and 50's music. $5 cover charge. Located at 141 Schroeder Park Drive, Howell. 

Vet Fest being held on Saturday, August 11, at Mt. Brighton
   Vet Fest is being held on Saturday, August 11, at Mt Brighton from noon-6pm. This is a free event for Veterans, Military and their families. They offer over 40 resource tables for vets with a wide range of services. Free food, refreshments, prizes & kid's activities; rock climbing wall, bounce houses and more. military vehicles on display, plus members of the Detroit Lions will be giving away backpacks filled with school supplies to first 100 school aged kids. Visit for more info.

Outdoor Art Project coming back to Howell on August 15
   The Howell Main Street Inc. Design Team is pleased to bring back an outdoor art gallery in downtown Howell this summer as part of the celebrated Howell Art Project. The Howell Art Project is an art competition featuring local and state-wide artists, with the winners’ original 2D artwork being reproduced and exhibited, along with original 3-D art pieces, in downtown throughout the year. The best in show overall winner will also receive a $1,000 cash prize along with other creative opportunities to be featured downtown

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