It was another exciting weekend of High School football, as many Oakland County teams continue the quest to Ford Field and a championship game. This weekend eight teams continue on the path for a State Championship. Continue reading
There were 229 automatic qualifying teams (by win total) – with the final 27 teams selected by playoff-point average, one from each class in order (A, B, C, D) until the field was filled.
Those 256 11-player teams are then split into eight equal divisions based on the schools enrollment. Two teams from each of the eight divisions will be in the Championship Games at Ford Field on either November 28th or November 29th.
Falling leaves and cooling temperatures. Autumn is in the air. For many, this time of year brings thoughts of apple cider and Big 10 football. But it also brings in the
Big Three in community theatre – Dramas, Comedies and Musicals!
Community theatre is great entertainment at affordable prices.
Here are a few of the current and upcoming productions:
Two Muses Theatre (West Bloomfield)
At the Bistro Garden
October 10-12, 17-19
The Farmington Players (Farmington)
Arsenic & Old Lace
October 4-5, 10-12, 16-18
Clarkston Village Players (Clarkston)
Ridgedale Players (Troy)
Musical Comedy Murders of 1940
November 7-9 , 15-17, 21-23 28-30)
JET Theatre (West Bloomfield)
October 22-23, 25-26 and 30,
November 1-2, 5-6, 8-9, 12-13, 15-16
Heart of the Hills Players
November 6-7 (at Troy Community Center)
November 19-22 (at Warren Community Center)
St. Dustan’s Guild at Cranbrook (Bloomfield)
Dial M for Murder
October 10-11, 17-19, 24-25
Stagecrafters (Royal Oak)
Main Stage: Tribes
Second Stage: Other Desert Cities
October 31, November 2, 6-9,13-16
Meadow Brook Theatre (Auburn Hills)
Around the World in 80 Days
October 1-5, 8-12, 15-19. 22-26
The Village Players (Birmingham)
Songs for a New World
October 24, 25, 26, 31, November 1, 2, 7, 8, 9
Varner Studio Theatre @ Oakland University (Auburn Hills)
October 9-12, 15-19
November 13-16, 20-23
Most performances are on weekends. You will need to check the theatres site for actual performance dates and times.
October has arrived and with it comes your favorite haunts! For those of you hardcore thrill-seekers that just love to be horrified, terrified and scared out of your minds, we have just what you’re looking for!
Here is your 2014 list of the scariest ‘Haunted Attractions’ in and around Oakland County. Check them out…if you dare!
For current attractions look to the Oakland County Things To Do page.Continue reading
It’s hard to believe, but the summer of 2014 is coming to a close. It’s certainly been a busy summer, with plenty of fun family-friendly activities to do all across Oakland County. And what better way to wrap up summer than hittin’ the water one last time with man’s best friend?
Join Oakland County Parks & Recreation as they host a Camp Bow Wow Beach Dog Swim at Independence Oaks Beach on Saturday, September 13th, from noon until 3:55pm. This dog swim allows dogs of all sizes to celebrate the end of summer by splashing around and taking a dip with several of their fellow furry friends!