Festive activities planned in the Anchor Bay area – The Voice
Many fun and festive events and activities are planned in the Anchor Bay area. Many local groups are also providing ways for citizens to give back to the community this holiday season.
Here is an overview of some of the planned activities.
Anchor Bay Idol Fall Review
Little Camille’s By The Green and Friends of the Anchor Bay Chamber will present Anchor Bay Idol Fall Review at 7 p.m. on November 26.
Kris Daniel and Janis Leigh will host the event, which will feature Anchor Bay Idol winners Ryan O’Neill and Jim Petrone, as well as finalist Kaylee Pilat.
The event will take place at Little Camille’s By The Green, located at 4575 County Line Road in Casco Township. For more information, call 586-727-7029.
Small Business Saturday
Small Business Saturday will be celebrated in New Baltimore City on November 27. Residents and visitors are encouraged to stroll, shop, sip, socialize and support local New Baltimore businesses, while enjoying freebies, raffles, coupons, offers, refreshments and more. Buyers can also enter to earn $ 100 in New Baltimore Business Alliance dollars to use at all member businesses.
Participating businesses include Bayview Bakery, Belle-Soeur Boutique, Bev’s Dance Studio & Lily Pad, Biggby Coffee, Boater City Marketplace, CC’s Dairy Bar, Creative Images Salon, Ditto Consignments & Design, Ecco Family Bookstore, Fin’s Eatery & Spirits, La Moda E Bella, Little Camille’s By The Bay, New Baltimore Farmers Market, On The Bay Customs Boutique & Café, Sparkling Beauty Bar, The Charmed Broome, The Conn-Artist Studio & Gallery, The Pink House Tea Room, The Town Pump, Trini’s Mexican Carryout, Uptown Girl Novelties, Washington Street Wine House, Willy & Babbish Boutique and Wooden Valve Pourhouse & Lounge.
For more information, get newbaltimorebusinessalliance.com.
Also on Small Business Saturdays, the New Baltimore Farmers Market will host its ninth annual Holiday Market from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on November 27 at the New Baltimore Civic Club, located at 36551 Main St. in New Baltimore.
An assortment of attendees will be located indoors and outdoors, offering merchandise such as holiday home decorations, ornaments, wreaths, gift baskets, farm-fresh eggs, produce. bakery, candy, popcorn, grave covers, houseplants, jewelry, hair accessories, handbags, handmade bath and body products, animal products and toys pets, knitted, crocheted and sewn items, locally-packaged tea and coffee, and more.
For more information call 586-215-7484, email [email protected] or visit newbaltimorefarmersmarket.com.
Mexican party with the police
The New Baltimore Police Officers Association will host a Mexican Party with Police Fundraiser from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on November 29 at the Wooden Valve Pourhouse & Lounge, located at 36310 Main St. in New Baltimore.
The event, which will raise funds to donate to the community, will feature Mexican food, soft drinks, coffee, tea and a cash bar.
Tickets cost $ 20 for adults and $ 10 for children and teens, and can be purchased at the New Baltimore Police Department, Wooden Valve Pourhouse & Lounge, and New Baltimore City Hall.
Raffle donations can be taken to the New Baltimore Police Department or to City Hall.
For more information, call President Flo Hayman at 586-725-4690 or Co-President Darlene Socia at 586-630-7389.
Community donation tree
Anchor Bay community donation trees have popped up at various locations in the area, including the MacDonald Public Library in New Baltimore, Wolverine Harley-Davison, and municipal offices in the Township of Chesterfield.
Take a tag from a donation tree, purchase the listed gift, and drop off the wrapped gift at any donation tree location by December 10.
For more information call 586-405-0225, email anchorbaycommunity[email protected], or visit anchorbaycommunitygivingtree.org.
Goodfellows toy depot
The New Baltimore Goodfellows will be collecting toys to support their No Kids Without Christmas campaign through December 10. Drop-off points include Aitken & Ormond Insurance, located at 33790 23 Mile Road in the Township of Chesterfield; Michigan Marine Sport Center, located at 38572 Main St. in New Baltimore, and Town Pump, located at 51110 Bedford St. in New Baltimore.
For more information, contact Denise Tinnette at 586-404-0804 or [email protected].
Candy Cane Fundraiser
The New Baltimore Lions Club will be hosting their annual Candy Cane fundraiser from December 10-12. Candy canes will be sold throughout town to support Lions charities. Locations include the intersection of Washington and Green streets, as well as Anchor Bay Pit Stop, Dimitri’s, Champion Health Club, and Strawberry Fields.
Volunteers are needed to help sell candy canes in two hour increments. Hand warmers and Santa hats will be in the spotlight. Register online at signupgenius.com/go/10c0c4caead23a5fbc25-2021.
For more information, visit newbaltimorelions.com.
Holiday coloring contest
The Township of Chesterfield Holiday Coloring Contest is underway.
Coloring pages are available online at parks.chesterfieldtwp.org to print at home or can be picked up from the Chesterfield Township municipal offices, located at 47275 Sugarbush Road.
To enter the contest, color the page for the appropriate age group and return it to Chesterfield Leisure Services, located in the municipal offices.
Submissions must be sent no later than 4:30 p.m. on December 15. The winners of each age category will be called at the telephone number indicated.
Katelyn Larese is the local news editor at The Voice. She can be contacted at 586-273-6196 or [email protected].