Just less than an hour’s drive from the skyscrapers and freeways of the RenCen, Northville’s farmers market continues on Thursdays through October. A lovely place to relax, Northville is awash in architectural character of days gone by, with restored Victorian homes, a historic downtown, and unique antique exhibitions.
Twenty-eight years ago, Ralph and Carol Curtis opened up their farm to form Banbury Cross Therapeutic Equestrian Center (TEC) and invited community members with special needs to visit providing them opportunity for growth.
From trick work and fancy dancing with your dog to agility training, body awareness, and “nose work,” All Dogs Can will help you out.
Before they built this effortlessly cool, “soft modern” home, the homeowners had seen AZD homes in the area. “They have a special look,” says the homeowner
These unspoken invitations, along with new state-of-the-art habitats, amazing interactive exhibits, and award-winning initiatives, innovations, and enhancements, roar that now is the time to rediscover the Detroit Zoo.
Southeast Michigan’s Gleaners Community Food Bank is an exemplary model of how organizations within a community can come together for the greater good.
Reclaimed Michigan in Waterford Township is preserving our state’s history one barn at a time.
Built over 100 years ago, the prestigious Detroit Athletic Club, a seven-story edifice designed by famed architect Albert Kahn, is still standing strong, and so is the membership within it. Executive manager Ted Gillary credits this to a number of factors, the most important being the community. “We have built a community that creates relationships, a place where people find a home,” he says.
With a love for metalwork and building classic cars, Jeremy Domanik was looking for a way to blend his hobby and a career. In January 2015, he and his wife Beth began laying the groundwork for a new business built on his joy in creating something new from something old.
Rebel Nell, however, has been empowering women in these very same ways for the last five years, employing the disadvantaged and abused and educating them so they can live a safe, healthy, independent life of their choosing. They do this surrounded by fellow women who believe in them.