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Above Par

Above Par

In a couple of weeks, amateur golfers of every skill level will come together to support the Farmington/Farmington Hills Optimist Club. This year marks the 30th annual Orrie Donley Golf Outing at the Farmington Hills Golf Club. Things will kick off w… Read More
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A Farmington Favorite

A Farmington Favorite

This weekend will see the return of a summertime favorite: the Greater Farmington Founders Festival! Celebrating its 57th year, the Founders Festival is back after being canceled last year. The event will kick off tonight in downtown Farmington with… Read More
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Up the Garden Path

Up the Garden Path

More than 40 years ago, the Friends for the Development of Greenmead was established to raise funds for the development and restoration of Greenmead, Livonia’s lovely historical village and cultural center. Most recently, the Friends donated funds… Read More
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Par for the Course

Par for the Course

Each year, the Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce hosts its golf outing, “Bunkers & Bogeys.” The event takes place on the beautiful greens of the Farmington Hills Golf Club, allowing attendees a fun day for networking and rec… Read More
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Enjoy the Show!

Enjoy the Show!

This weekend will see the return of the annual Greater Farmington Film Festival! Like many things, circumstances pushed last year’s festival to be postponed and eventually moved exclusively online. Presented by KickstART Farmington, a local nonprof… Read More
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Things to Know (About Us!): Dirk Beamer

Each spring, Hope Lutheran Church’s teen performing arts group, The Edge, presents an original musical production written by Dirk and Jessica Beamer. Like so many other events, last year’s show fell victim to the pandemic and had to be cancelled.… Read More
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Opening Day

Opening Day

Around here, the heart of summer beats at the Farmington Farmers Market. As the market prepared to open last year, focus was on the safety of the community. All of the efforts to keep everyone safe paid off as 2020 marked record-breaking attendance.… Read More
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Down to a Fine Art

Down to a Fine Art

Michigan Opera Theatre is planning its great return! Like so many things, Michigan Opera Theatre’s season ended unexpectedly last year. Shutdowns and restrictions dimmed the lights of the performing arts across Michigan and the nation. Yuval Sharon… Read More
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For the Common Good

For the Common Good

The Farmington & Farmington Hills Foundation for Youth & Families has been diligently working to better our community since 1995. Even through the challenges of this past year, FFHFYF continues to provide funds to local programs that improve… Read More
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A Good Harvest

A Good Harvest

In the 1980s, two European farmers brought to the U.S. a new idea about farming. “Community-supported agriculture” (or CSA) helped create a new relationship between consumers and farmers. The CSA model allows people in the community to purchase s… Read More
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