Community Events
Haslett Beautification Association Meeting
Haslett Beautification Association
We are looking for volunteers! Must love gardening and the outdoors! The Haslett Beautification Association is a nonprofit, volunteer run civic organization founded in 2005 to help improve Haslett's commercial corridors with public garden areas and aesthetic improvements. Run solely on community donations, the Association created and maintains the colorful garden areas along Haslett and Marsh Roads, purchased the "Welcome to Haslett" sign on Haslett Road and purchased and planted the urn under the clock tower at the corner of Haslett and Marsh Roads. Our next meeting is May 16, 2018 at 6:00 pm at the Haslett Public Schools Administration Building. Please join us if you are interested in volunteering and being a part of this beautiful group.
DATE:
Saturday,
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LOCATION:

Haslett Public Schools Administration Building
5593 Franklin Street, Haslett

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Haslett Beautification Association
517.256.0174
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Wild Ones Red Cedar Chapter
The Wild Ones Red Cedar Chapter is holding a native Michigan plant sale May 26th at the Meridian Township Farmers' Market Pavilion. We will have a nice selection of plants for pollinators and milkweed for Monarchs. Native plants are perfectly adapted to the ups and downs of Michigan's crazy weather. Add a few to your yard and watch it come to life!
DATE:
Saturday, 5/26/2018
8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
LOCATION:

Meridian Township Farmers' Market Pavilion
5151 Marsh Road, Okemos, MI

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Haslett Beautification Association
Haslett Beautification Association (the volunteer organization that plants and maintains the flower beds at business intersections in Haslett) is raising money for its next project, the Don Lillrose Memorial Garden that will be located at the northern entrance to Meridian Township. The Memorial Garden will honor Don Lillrose, a life-long resident of Haslett and supporter of HBA, the garden will contain a sculpture by local artist Mike Magnotta and designed by landscape architect Bradford Meehle. This is a continuous fundraiser and donations can be made via our website, www.beautifyhaslett.com via check or PayPal. Supply donations are welcome, as well.
DATE:
Monday, 5/28/2018
12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
LOCATION:

Northern Entrance to Meridian Township
Northern Entrance to Meridian Township, Haslett

INFO:
Haslett Beautification Association
517.256.0174
Tri-County Office on Aging
Tri-County Office on Aging received funding from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) under the Prevent Elder and Vulnerable Adult Abuse, Exploitation, and Neglect Today (PREVNT) Initiative. The primary purpose of this grant is awareness and prevention in Ingham County, with a focus on minority and LGBTQ communities. Those attending this event can expect a keynote speaker, panel discussion including representatives from vulnerable communities and elder abuse advocates followed by an audience discussion, resource tables and refreshments. Reservations preferred but not necessary. ALL ARE WELCOME. Please contact Sherry Davis, 517-887-1467, daviss@tcoa.org for questions and reservations.
DATE:
Wednesday, 6/13/2018
1:00 PM to 4:30 PM
LOCATION:

Hannah Community Center
819 Abbott Rd., East Lansing

INFO:
Prevent Elder and Vulnerable Adult Abuse NOW
5178871467
Kellie's Consignment
We are so excited to be bringing our vintage market to Meridian Township and to Kellie's Consignment on the same day as Celebrate Meridian and the Food Truck Rally! So, as you grab some delicious eats, head on over to Kellie's parking lot and buy some fun farmhouse style decor items for your home and some boho style clothing for YOU! Think everything pinterest and Joanna Gaines! There will be live music and entertainment as well! Our markets are always such a great time with some of the most talented Michigan vendors! $5.00 admission, kids free!
DATE:
Saturday, 6/30/2018
11:00 AM to 7:00 PM
LOCATION:

Kellie's Consignment Parking Lot
5000 Marsh Road, Okemos

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