Thank you for your interest in The Detroit Zoo Wild Lights. For the Oakland County Blog’s latest edition of Wild Lights, see here.
Light up your holiday season with an adventure to the Detroit ZooWild Lights. This spectacular display of 265 sculptures, trees, and buildings is comprised of more than five million LED lights! Wild Lights illuminates the zoo for 24 nights throughout November and December.
Check out this preview of the Detroit Zoo Wild Lights before you take your trip:
Get ready to rumble, Oakland County! The world’s largest one-day automotive celebration, The Woodward Dream Cruise, is rolling back into town Saturday, August 18th. Travel along the 16-mile stretch of Woodward Avenue from Pontiac to Ferndale, and cruise through nine Oakland County communities: Berkley, Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills, Bloomfield Township, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Pleasant Ridge, Pontiac and Royal Oak.
Check out our video from past Dream Cruises for a sneak peek at what’s to come:
Government agencies are invited to the first annual G2G Marketplace Day government technology conference on June 7, 2017. Join us for this FREE conference to learn about hot topics in technology. You don’t have to be a technology expert to attend. This conference is about education and surmounting the fear of buying technology in government.
Conference registration is from now until May 31st. Seating is limited, so make sure to get yours while they are still here!
At the G2G Marketplace Day Conference you can hear from industry experts on subjects including AI in government, cybersecurity, workforce management, emergency response plans, streamlining forms and workflow, ADA compliance, and more.
We’re sorry to announce that this year’s Oakland Edge Tournament has been canceled. We thank you for your support and interest in the tournament and look forward to gearing up in 2017!
Tape up your stick, sharpen those blades and gather your team for the 8th Annual Oakland Edge Adult Hockey Tournament on April 15-17, 2016. More than 400 men and women from the Midwest and Canada competed in 2015 at the Onyx Ice Arena in Rochester, MI. We’re excited to have the Sled division back for the fifth year. Continue reading →
Black History Month honors the contributions of African Americans to United States history. The celebration originally began as a week created by noted historian, scholar, educator and publisher, Carter G. Woodson in 1926. In 1976 the entire month was dedicated to coincide with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. There are many ways to celebrate the past, and future, achievements of the African American community in Southeast Michigan. Continue reading →