Our new newsletter is out! We have articles about child passenger safety, the Dream Seekers, the men’s and women’s societies, our winter solstice celebration and more. Here is the link to our online version: https://issuu.com/aihfs_detroit/docs/aihfs_oct-dec_2016_newsletter
Click here if you’d like to download it (4.7GB): aihfs-oct-dec-2016-newsletter
October 20th, 5:30-8:00pm, our community advisory council will have a MSU Extension and AgBioResearch State-wide needs assessment. This is open to the community. We provide food and have a gift card for the first 20 participants that RSVP. Everyone is welcome. To RSVP or for more info, John Marcus ph. 313-846-6030 or email@example.com
AIHFS Trunk-or-Treat Halloween Celebration
Tuesday, October 25, is our annual Halloween celebration from 5-8pm. The celebration will be held in our parking lot where vehicle trunks are decorated for family fun, activities and healthy treats. For more info, including registering your vehicle, call Mary Alice, 313-846-6030.
Saturday, October 29, 4pm-8pm, we will be having a community gathering to share memories, songs, and honor those that have walked ahead. Some food will be provided, but please feel free to bring a favorite dish to share for the feast. For more info, please contact Rosebud or Keith at 313-846-6030.
Joe Reilly Children’s Album Release Concerts
October 22nd, Cass Corridor Commons, 4605 Cass (inside UU Church), Detroit
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/327909407559558/
October 29th, Peace Neighborhood Center, 1111 N. Maple Rd., Ann Arbor
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/691824050971345/
Both concerts are at 4pm and are free, donations accepted.
The Circle is not your ordinary children’s music album. It uses fun and creative songs to teach children about diversity and social and environmental justice, while inspiring families to engage in conversations about America’s core democratic values. Join Joe and friends for this special concert celebrating the album’s release. Joe Reilly with Mark Stone – percussion, Lesley-Anne Stone – vocals, Allison Radell – keyboard and vocals, Marion Hayden – upright bass, and Gayelynn McKinney – drums.