The choirs of Royal Oak High School will host "A Spectrum Concert" at 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 16 in the auditorium of Royal Oak High School, 1500 Lexington Blvd., Royal Oak, MI. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students, and can be purchased in advance by contacting Mrs. Deborah Buffa, Royal Oak High School's Choir Director.
The collage-style concert is one of the most popular choral presentations of the year. Featured will be selections from all of the choirs, plus students performing solos, duets, ensembles and student instrumentalists as accompanists.Read more »
Treasures in Your Attic? Come to the Antique Appraisal Clinic in Royal Oak. On Saturday, Oct. 11, professional appraisers from DuMouchelle’s Gallery in downtown Detroit will examine local “trash or treasure” and give verbal appraisals at the Royal Oak Woman’s Club. Appraisals begin at 10 a.m. A 15-minute appointment is required for up to two items; appointments cost $15 each, and are available through 4 p.m. To book appointments or for more information, call Mary Ann Carmichael at 248-515-2917. The Royal Oak Woman’s Club is located at 404 S. Pleasant at Fourth Street, Royal Oak.Read more »
As part of the Global event, the Michigan March for Elephants and Rhinos will take place in Royal Oak on Saturday, October 4. The March will start at 11:00am at Gayle’s Chocolates (417 S Washington) and end at the “Star Dream” sculpture near the Barbara A Hallman Memorial Plaza behind Royal Oak City Hall on Williams Street. Following the march, special guest speaker, Scott Carter, chief life sciences officer for the Detroit Zoological Society, will discuss these endangered species.Read more »
Saturday, October 25, 2014 - 10:00am - Sunday, October 26, 2014 - 2:00pm
The Royal Oak Nature Society is hosting Fall Nature Walks in the month of October. On October 25 & 26, in Tenhave Woods. This is the most beautiful time of year to look at our nature centers. See below for additional information.Read more »
The Royal Oak Nature Society is hosting Fall Nature Walks in the month of October. On October 4th beginning at 10:00 am at Cummingston Park, and on October 19th, October 25 & 26, in Tenhave Woods. This is the most beautiful time of year to look at our nature centers. See below for additional information.Read more »
In our fourth visit from the DIA, in as many years, we welcome Catherine Van Voorheis for her special talk on Picturing Music. This talk explores the presence of music in visual art and heightens awareness of the role music plays across cultures and time and provides a lens through which to explore the personal, social and creative aspects of identity.Read more »
Seniors, come and enjoy a free fun-filled Health and Vendor Fair event focusing on the needs of South East Oakland County Seniors. This event will be held at the Royal Oak Farmers Market at 316 E 11 Mile Road and will start at 9am. Don't miss your chance for a free lunch, tote bag, giveaways, door prizes, entertainment, and flu shots (bring insurance card).Read more »
Intelligence is informing us that a time machine is going to crash land in the very near future. To be prepared we are gathering qualified community members to be ready for anything. Residents will work together in teams of four to find the missing “out of towners” and help get them back home to whatever century they came from. We need to solve this extraordinary problem before we alter the course of history or the future or the universe or whatever.
Can you help us find these “out of towners” and help get them home?
Join us in supporting the Royal Oak High School PTSA at this year’s Holiday Arts & Crafts Fair. This year’s event takes place at Royal Oak High School (1500 Lexington Blvd, North of 13 Mile Rd, East of Crooks Rd.) on Saturday, November 22 from 10:00am – 4:00pm. Juried items being showcased by Crafters from around the area include country and wooden items, Fall and Christmas items, jewelry, clothing, pottery, stained glass and much more. There is also a Vendor’s Marketplace, a Bake Sale table, cafeteria service with lunch & snack items available for purchase, a 50/5Read more »