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Events in Southwest Detroit and Chadsey Condon Neighborhoods
Events Hosted or Supported by Chadsey-Condon
August 25 – 4:00pm-7:00pm – Resource Fair at Bridging Communities, Inc (6900 McGraw, Detroit MI 48210). Join us for music, ice-cream, balloons, resource vendors, bouncy house, and free school supplies for the first 250 children ages 5-14 (children must be present) Supplies offered by Chadsey Condon.
August 25 – 7:00pm-10:00pm – Movies on the Green at Bridging Communities, Inc (6900 McGraw). After the resource fair, stay for free dinner & a movie under the stars. Bring your own seat or blanket.
September 9– 10:00am-2:00pm – Celebrating Young Children at the UAW Local 22 Hall (4300 Michigan Ave.) Event for families with children ages 0 to 8, free food, resources, games, and family fun.
September 10 – 5:00pm – Peace March – Hosted by Southwest Pride. Join them at Patton Park and walk along W. Vernor to Clark Park to promote peace in our community. Feel free to bring your own sign.
September 11 – 4:00pm-6:00pm – Coffee & Conversation with City Council Rep. Raquel Castaneda Lopez. (6446 Michigan Ave) Open monthly time to talk with your city council representative.
September 13 – 5:30pm-7:30pm – Chadsey Condon Safety Committee ~ Gun Safety Presentation at 6446 Michigan Ave. Food and childcare provided. This month CDAD will be our featured speaker to give a focus group and help us work on a comprehensive plan for Chadsey Condon
September 19 – 4:30pm-6:30pm – McGraw Resource Stop Bieniek & Dingman Park – 6900 McGraw – Discuss plans for two local parks & our neighborhood
September 21 – 5:00pm-7:00pm – Chadsey Condon Youth Night – 6446 Michigan Ave. – Free event for youth 13-18, dinner, presentation & games.
September 26 - 5:30-7:30pm - Women’s Public Speaking at the CCCO office (6446 Michigan Ave) Workshop offered by the Unity in the Community Time Bank.
September 27 – 6:00pm-7:00pm – Michigan Ave Business Association at the CCCO office (6446 Michigan Ave). Topics relevant to business owners.
Other Events in the Neighborhood
September 15 – 8:30am-4:00pm – Welcoming Michigan – Statewide Convening – Washtenaw Community College. See attached flier for details.
2ND Tuesdays – 6:00pm – Community Public Meeting at 4th Precinct 4700 South Fort St.
4TH Thursdays – 6:00pm – Southwest Detroit Neighborhoods Safety Alliance at 8638 W. Vernor.
Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – Detroit Employment Solution Corporation – Returning Citizens Services. See attached flier for more information.
Every Thursday – 5:30-7:30pm – American Indian Health and Family Services Women’s Society meetings at 4880 Lawndale.
Every Thursday – 6:00pm-7:30pm – The Children’s Center Consumer Council – Parent-to-Parent Support Group. 79 West Alexandrine. See flier for more information.
Every Thursday – 6:30-8:00pm – Courage Kids Club – Games, Prizes, Activities. Free. Preschool – 6th grade. May – September. 1953 Military Street. Rain or Shine!
Every Friday – 5:30pm – 7:30pm – The Spot: An Open Studio For Teens ages 13-18 at 2628 Bagley Ave.
Hope Citizen Patrol of Southwest Detroit is looking for people over the age of 18 to help patrol the area of 48210 in Southwest Detroit. Our goal is to increase public safety for children, adults and seniors. If interested please call (313)974-7162. See attached flier for more information.
Yellow Tigers Karate Are you interested in local Karate classes for your children or youth? Check out Yellow Tigers Karate by calling 313-898-8930 or emailing them at email@example.com (3364 Michigan Ave).
Alternatives for Girls helps young girls and young women ages 6-21 in the community. They provide after school programs, mentoring, leadership training, runaway and homeless shelter and other services.903 West Grand Blvd. Their toll-free crisis & referral line is 1-888-234-3919. For more information see attached flier.
Matrix Theatre Company School of Theatre is calling all performers and writers, ages 5-18 to have fun while learning building skills in acting, playwriting, and improvisation. To register call (313) 967-0999.
Garage Cultural Has programs in Music and Art for youth. Call (313) 471-9768 for more information.
Thrive by Five Detroit early head start & head start. Serving pregnant moms & children 0-5 years old. 2750 Selden. Call (313) 596-4766 for more information.
DTE Energy has a program that’s right for you. Home performance program, Refrigerator Replacement Program, and the Test and Tune-up Program can help you save energy and money. Call 866-796-0512 for more information.
The Metropolitan Detroit Diaper Bank is here to assist you with diapers for infants, children, and senior citizens. Call (313) 478-4420 for more information.
Lead Hazard Reduction Program has grants available through the City of Detroit. Contact Bridging Communities Inc. at (313)361-6377 for more information.
All Saints Literacy Center is a place to learn and grow. Improve your reading, writing, and math skills. Also English classes. Free. Call (313)297-1399 for an orientation.
SER-Metro Detroit has multiple programs for people looking for work or training. Work Force Wednesdays, Youth Career Center, Youth Build, GED, and more If you are interested in employment or one of the other programs please bring in your required documents to 5200 Stecker St. Detroit. For more information call (313) 945-5200. See attached fliers for more information.
Check out Detroit City Council’s 2017 public calendar to get politically involved! City Council will be on recess from July 26-30. See attached flier for their upcoming meetings.
Lakeshore Legal Aid is offering free legal help. Call (888)783-8190 for more information.
Foster Closet of Michigan Western Wayne County is striving to alleviate the financial burden of foster parenting by offering clothing, hygiene products, and baby items to foster children. To make your appointment to shop call 800-554-4966.
Apply for a Detroit City Municipal ID. Visit the Patton Park Recreation Center at 2301 Woodmere St. to apply.
SER Metro-Detroit is offering bilingual computer skills classes, job readiness and placement services, GED classes, and Vocational English as a Second Language classes at 2826 Bagley. See flier below or call (313) 945-5200 ext 4332 for more information.
Detroit Fire Prevention and Safety Program would like to schedule an appointment with you to visit your home to check for fire, health, and safety hazards and to install smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, and deadbolts. This is a free service. To schedule an appointment or learn more, please call (313) 409-8483
Detroit Police – Now Hiring. 1301 Third St. Monday thru Friday. 8:00am-4:00pm. Call (313) 596-2607 for more information.
Are you having a baby or have a child under 5? The Detroit Health Department wants to link you to vital services such as prenatal care, parenting & childbirth classes, immunizations, housing and much more. Call the referral hotline at (313) 961-2229 for more information.
City of Detroit Community Action Alliance – Water Residential Assistance Program (WRAP). Program Benefits include: Assistance up to $1,000 per household per year. $25 monthly bill credit + help with arrears. Water saving kits and consumer training classes and other benefits. Income restrictions and eligibility requirements apply. For WRAP participant qualifications call (313) 386-9727 or visit www.waynemetro.org/wrap.
Living Arts Dance, Art & Technology Classes for children and youth. Partial to full scholarships available to families who need further assistance. For more information call (313)384-2902 or visit www.livingartsdetroit.org.
Fifth Third Bank Accessibility Modifications Program is offering grants to assist homeowners with minor home repairs. See attached flier for more information.
Help Me Grow Michigan offers a free developmental screening for any child in Wayne County under the age of six. See attached flier for more information.
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