film club

August Film Club

Saturday, August 24 @ 1 p.m.
You Can’t Take it With You

“Sentimental widower Grandpa Vanderhof (Lionel Barrymore) presides over a household of eccentric individualists. You Can’t Take it With You is delightful. Young Jean Arthur and James Stewart are charming beyond words, the jokes are funny, the direction peppy, and there’s a good feeling to be had by all.” ©2003 Glenn Erickson, DVD Savant.

Register online or call 734-453-0750, option 4.

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Inclusive Social Group

Inclusive Social Group

Looking to expand your group of friends? Join us each month to meet new people in a supportive environment and watch your circle of friends grow. Trained peer volunteers host activities to help you get to know others. Youth, ages 11-17, of all abilities welcome.

Sign up online below and let us know about any accommodations you might need here.
Wednesday, August 21 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, September 18 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, October 16 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, November 20 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, December 18 from 6:30-7:30 p.m.

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vintage baseball

Play Ball!

June 26 was the 200th anniversary of Abner Doubleday’s birth. Doubleday was widely–and erroneously–credited with inventing the game of baseball. The Laws of Base Ball, written by Daniel “Doc” Adams, physician and baseball-league organizer, established the basic rules of the game as played today.

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Drive In

Drive-Ins

June 6 marks the 86th anniversary of the drive-in movie theater. The first drive-in was the brainchild of Richard Hollingshead of Camden, NJ, who wanted to create a more comfortable movie-going experience for people like his mother, whose size was not accommodated by conventional film-theater seats. At the height of the drive-in’s popularity, there were more than 4,000 such outdoor venues across America.

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Remembering Doris Day

“I’ve never met an animal I didn’t like, and I can’t say the same thing about people.”

Her hometown of Cincinnati knew her as Doris Kappelhoff, but the world loved her as the film icon, Doris Day. Day recently passed away at the age of 97 after a long career as both singer and actor.

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