Art in the Rough is Saturday in downtown Imlay City

Art in the Rough is Saturday in downtown Imlay City

IMLAY CITY — While the numerous displays and demonstrations of all things art is the main draw for the Imlay City Downtown Development Authority’s yearly Art in the Rough event, the autumn street festival is also developing a reputation for a premier food-lover’s event. Scheduled this Saturday, Sept. 29 starting at 6 p.m. in downtown Imlay City, Art in the […]

Saturday walk at Lapeer’s Rowden Park to raise awareness about suicide prevention

LAPEER — For a few hours next weekend at Rowden Park, the topic on everyone’s mind will be suicide prevention and awareness. Scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 29 from 1-4 p.m., the Out of the Darkness Lapeer County Walk will make the rounds on Rowden Park’s one-mile path to raise awareness and provide support for those who lost loved ones to […]

Dryden Fall Festival names Abromaitis grand marshal

DRYDEN — While many people know Paul Abromaitis as the owner of Hideaway Lanes in Almont, he’s lived in Dryden just as long and been an active volunteer in both communities. The Dryden Township Fire Dept. Auxiliary has named Abromaitis, 50, as grand marshal for this year’s Dryden Fall Fest parade, set to step off from Dryden Elementary School at […]

What’s Up?

Harvest Dinner to be served on Oct. 19 at Grace Episcopal Church LAPEER — Grace Episcopal Church will present a new dinner program once a month called The Community Dinner. These dinners will feature a different menu each month, are open to the public and are $8 per person. These dinners are on a first-come first-served basis with no advanced […]

On The Horizon

Magnets Class at the deAngeli Branch Library LAPEER — With kids back in school, the Lapeer District Library wants to help them show a little personality with a fun and easy craft. Teens and tweens can add their own unique touch to their lockers with a locker magnets craft today (Sept. 27) at 6 p.m. at the Marguerite deAngeli Branch […]

Drop-off Recycling to resume Oct. 6

MAYFIELD TWP. — The more than 300 people who utilize the Lapeer County Drop-Off Recycling twice a month are breathing a sigh of relief after the announcement that the collection will reopen Oct. 6. The drop-off was halted in June, after Rick Rhein was unable to find a place that would continue to accept the recyclable materials that were filling […]

Where’s the VIEW?

The first person to correctly identify what the photo is of and where it was taken will win a onemonth subscription to The County Press. To submit your guess, call 810-452-2640 and leave a message with your name, phone number and your guess. Remember — be as specific as possible! To win the Where’s the View? photo contest, you must […]

The VIEW from here

On the trail of autumn

In a recent column I wrote how much I enjoy the fall, particularly the transitional months of September and October. The air is cool and clean, and it’s refreshing to get outdoors to enjoy the changing leaf colors on the trees when life begins to slow and quiet down. A favorite destination where my wife and I like to take […]

Lapeer County ISD Early Childhood Programs announce new brand and new text campaign

LAPEER COUNTY — The Lapeer County Intermediate School District Early Childhood coordinator Linda DeTavernier is proud to announce a new brand, including new logo and new name for the organization — First Steps for Families. “With a number of programs and offerings in our early childhood department and collaborating community programs, it was time to develop a name, logo and […]