Where & When

City of Milan
147 Wabash St. Contact the Parks & Rec. office at anytime for a list of programs offered or stop by our new on line registration website. Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am – 4 p m..734-439-1549.
Booksale Downsizing
The Milan Public Library needs the book sale space for our expanding collections of cool things for all ages, so we’re clearing out most of the sale. We will maintain a much smaller sale which will focus on kids items, DVDs, audiobooks and music CDs. Meanwhile, everything is at bargain basement prices(exceptions are kids items and boutique items) and must go by mid-December!
Milan Seniors for Healthy Living is a non-profit organization that provides services, activities, and programs for the mature residents in and around Milan. It is located at 45 Neckel Court, Milan, MI 48160. The phone number is (734) 508-6229. Please call this number to register for our programs or if you need additional information. Our Newsletter is also accessible via MSHL website: www.milanseniors.org. Check the website for more information and the many events available.
Your Spot Youth Program MILAN BAPTIST CHURCH 36 Tolan St. every Thursday evening, there are all kinds of fun activities available for Grades 6 through 12.
Ignite the Fire at Milan Free Methodist Church 950 Arkona Rd . Ignite for grades 7-8 meets Sunday from 5-6:30 p.m. The Fire for grades 9-12 meets Sunday from 6:30-8:30 p.m. 734-439-2414 7734 (7340 – for gr. 7-8 – meets Sunday evenings from 5:00 to 6.
Milan Area Chamber Web: www.milanchamber.org and Milan Seniors for Healthy Living at http://www.milanseniors.org/ have more info about Milan and Senior events
Caregivers Support Group At Senior Center (MSHL) – 3rd Mondays monthly from 1 p.m. FACILITATED BY LANCE SLATTON CSCM from Enriched Life Home Care Services In the midst of caring for a loved one, it is easy to wrestle with the weight of that role. While often rewarding, caregiving requires a tremendous amount of energy and strength. It is important to take some time for yourself to recharge. Join us as we share the challenges and the rewards of caregiving. The purpose of this group is to create a community of support for caregivers and their families in an open forum to share experiences and resources. FREE.
January 10
The 2020 Plymouth Ice Festival 12 pm – Jan. 12, 2020 6 p.m.
January 11
Kids at Coalition Meal Packing 9-11:30 at MFMC 950 E. ARKONA Rd. – KIDS MFM, MILAN ROTARY CLUB, AHG TROOP On January 11th we will be hosting a meal packaging event through Kid’s Coalition Against Hunger in partnership with MFMC Kid’s Ministry American Heritage Girls Troop 2407, and Milan Rotary Club. Join us as we package meals for people in our community, globally and for disaster relief. Volunteers will work together in an assembly line setting to produce packets of dry food weighing 390 grams. The packets (which have a 3+ year shelf-life) are then boxed and distributed. This packet provides enough nutrition for six adults or twelve children for a day.
January 12
Washtenaw United Girls’ Ice Hockey High School team forming, representing greater Washtenaw county area for the Winter 2020-21 season. If you’d like to learn more, join them for an informational event being held January 12th at 6pm at the Ann Arbor Ice Cube. 2121 Oak Valley Dr., Ann Arbor, MI 48103 Glass room overlooking the stadium rink. This team serves those girls in the Washtenaw County area in school districts without a high school option -interested females within the Washtenaw County area NOT attending Ann Arbor, Huron, or Skyline school districts. Bring parents/guardians The team plans to start play for the 2020-21 season in the MMGHSHL. Please pre-register so we can start building a list of interested players and get an idea of how many to expect for pizza. Please contact WashtenawUnitedHSHockey [at] gmail [dot] com for more information.
January 14
Symons Science Night 6-8 p.m. featuring AA Hands-On Museum. This is a free event for Symons students and their families!
January 15
K of C Chicken-Steak Dinner 4:30-7:00 p.m. @ Immaculate Conception Parish 420 North St.
January 16
Milan Area Car Seat Check – Appointments Required  Hosted by Milan Area Firefighters and C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital FREE Car Seat Check for local families which will be held at the Milan Area Fire Department on the 3rd Thursday in January, and March from 4pm-7pm by appointment only. ***APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED BY CALLING “MOTT BUCKLE UP”
January 18
Women’s Self Defense Class 9:30-11:30 a.m. Milan Free Methodist Church 950 E. Arkona Rd. Come learn some basic self-defense moves to use to protect yourself from a 4th degree black belt. This will be a comfortable environment as it will be all women. Ages: High school and Up are welcome. Cost: $10 per person
January 18
Tecumseh’s 11th Annual Ice Sculpture Festival 10 a.m. -Jan. 19 at 4 p.m.
January 20
January 25
Milan DECA Pizza with a Princess Fundraiser 11 am-1 pm at Milan High School Cafeteria Join us for a royal celebration and meet some of Disney’s finest. This event will be full of magical moments you won’t want to miss! Tickets are $15/per child and include their meal and admission to all of the “castle” events.
January 25
Bowl-A-Thon Fundraiser Help support the Milan Bowling team!!! 1-4 pm (check in starts at 12 p.m.)  $16 (Includes 2 games of bowling, a shoe rental, 2 pieces of pizza and unlimited pop). Raffle drawings every 10 minutes / 50/50 drawings / lucky strike. NEW THIS YEAR!!:  We will be raffling off a La-Z-Boy chair donated  from La-Z-Boy.  (raffle tickets for sale in C108 / you don’t need to be present to win). Buy your tickets from any MHS bowler or from Coach Wilson in C108. For more information contact Coach Wilson: wilsonm [at] milanareaschools [dot] org
January 31
The Big Freeze @ Let’s Chill Winter Fest 6-10 p.m. The Center 45 Nickel Ct. The location is new but The Big Freeze is still the hottest event in town! Spend the evening with friends and neighbors and shake those mid-winter blues. The Big Freeze features live music (band to be announced), great food, a full bar, an ice luge, and whole lot of fun. Ticket price includes food and two drink tickets. Cash bar after that.
January 31-February 1
Let’s Chill Winter Garden Igloos at Tolan Sq. Whiskey, Wine or Beer Rent one of five igloos on Tolan Square.Spend two hours in a heated igloo with your friends. Each igloo is uniquely decorated with comfortable furnishings, blankets, pillows, tables, a bluetooth speaker, lighting …and heat! Rental includes three courses: Course One: Wine and appetizers When you arrive at your igloo, uncork a bottle of red and bottle of white wine and enjoy delicious appetizers. Course Two: Tasting of your choice (Wine, Whiskey or Beer) Everyone in the igloo will enjoy a flight of either wine, whiskey or beer (select one of the three options when you rent your igloo. Only one selection per igloo) Course Three: Dessert Close out the evening with a winter-themed cocktail and a delicious dessert. $600 per igloo/seating. Seats up to 8 people. Must be 21 or older
Seating One: 5 – 7 PM (5 igloos available)
Seating Two: 8 – 10 PM (5 igloos available)
Seating One: 5 – 7 PM (5 igloos available)
Rental information coming soon from .Let’s Chill and Milan Main St.
February 1
3 PM – 7 PM Hosted by Let’s Chill Winter Fest and Milan Main Street Stroll historic downtown Milan and visit tasting venues at twelve locations. Sample wine and enjoy light refreshments. Wine walk tickets include:-Twelve Tasting Tickets Souvenir Wine Walk Gift. Must be 21 or older and show valid id to go on Wine Walk.
February 17
February 22
14th Annual GMACF Gala Dinner & Auction 5:00-11:00pm Marriott @ Eagle Crest 1275 Huron St., Ypsilanti  $70ea ($75 after Dec 31)
(Note: This is a non-ticketed event. You and your guests’ names will be included on the reservation list at the door. Must be 21 to attend.) Support Milan’s many non-profit organizations and local programs at GMACF’s Roaring 2020 Gala featuring dinner, dancing, auctions, raffles, and games.

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