Royal Oak’s Starr Jaycee Park is a 28-acre park with play structures, a disk golf course, mini-train tracks, ball diamonds and for a short time each summer, the wit and prose of William Shakespeare. Now in it’s 14th year in Royal Oak, Shakespeare in the Park is Michigan’s largest professional outdoor theatre event. This year, there are two productions: Hamlet and The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged & Revised). Continue reading
With the speeds reaching well over 150 mph, and with some of the best powerboats pilots in the country driving, you know the races will be very exciting, and the finishes very close. Continue reading
Wild Summer Nights return to the Detroit Zoo starting July 2. The Zoo’s after hours concerts feature a variety of sounds from local bands on Wednesday Night during the months of July and August. Continue reading
With the wide range of musical styles that are presented in these concerts, you can easily find one that fits your musical taste, or take a chance and just go. You never know, you might discover something new and different that you like. Continue reading
Those that attend this years fair will not only have the chance to experience the excitement of the “Night of Destruction” demolition derby, and the thrill of midway carnival rides, they will also see the rich agricultural heritage of the region in the projects and displays of the youth in Oakland County 4H clubs. Continue reading
Here is our list of upcoming firework displays around Oakland County– most of these shows begin at dusk, so grab a blanket or some lawn chairs and be prepared to be amazed.
The Great Lakes Chamber Music Festival was founded in 1994 as a vision of James Tocco and his brother, Msgr Anthony M. Tocco, pastor at St. Hugo of Hills Catholic Church. Through them, a remarkable relationship between religious and cultural institutions was formed.
Each season has brought a rotating contingent of world-class musicians to the festival and it has grown into an event of national significance.