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Coffee and Crocheting

Get to know your fellow Clawson business owners, have a cup of coffee and pick up a new hobby (or some new yarn) with the Clawson Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber Coffee will be at The Yarn Stop, 25 S. Main Street, Clawson on Monday, February 18 at 8:30 am. For more information, call 248.435.6500 or email ClawsonChamberOfCommerce@gmail.com.

Are Your Ready For Spring?

Believe it or not, spring is coming and with it growing grass and shrubs. Billing’s Lawn Equipment is now open in Clawson with a selection of mowers, edgers, pruners, trimmers and everything else you need to manage your yard. Stop by and visit them at their new location at 1241 W 14 Mile Rd, Clawson, or call 248.556.2125.

See Art and Make Art

Join Clawson Seniors for Thursdays at the DIA and Art-Making with Mosaics on Thursday, February 21. Take a trip downtown to the Detroit Institute of Arts to make a simple mosaic using a variety of art-making materials or explore the museum on your own. Transportation is $3 and will depart at 12:15 pm from the Clawson Senior Center. For more information or to register, call 248.583.6700 or visit cityofclawson.com.

A History of Detroit’s Eastern Market

Founded in the 1800s, Detroit’s Eastern Market has become a cornerstone of the community. It’s the largest historic public market district in the United States and a beloved icon of Metro Detroit.

Come listen to Lisa Rush, co-author of “Detroit’s Historic Eastern Market,” talk about its history on Monday, February 25, from 6:30 to 7:30 pm at the library.

Right Time for Murder

The famous mystery novel Right Time for Murder is being presented for the first time onstage. The author, Evan Carmichael, finds himself entangled in a chaotic, yet elegant event where actors quit before the show, the stage manager is having a nervous breakdown, and the publicist is just plain cruel.  All antics and craziness aside, Right Time for Murder unfolds into a tight-knit murder mystery from the 1920s. Done as a play within a play, we see what truth really means or if it’s all just fiction.

Performances of this dinner theatre murder mystery will be presented by Acting Out Kids at Kirk in the Hills:

Friday, March 22 at 7 pm

Saturday, March 23 at 7 pm

Sunday, March 24 at 6 pm

Tickets are $18.00 and include a full dinner. They are available at the Hunter Community Center in Clawson, on Eventbrite, or by contacting actingoutkids@yahoo.com. This is a family-friendly event but may not be suitable for children ages 5 and younger.

Sponsorship opportunities and program ads are also available. Prices are $30 – $150. The deadline is March 9.

Rebecca Calappi

Rebecca Calappi

City News Editor

citynewseditor@localbiznews.net

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