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Engage! Recreation Guide

January - April 2018

Engage Recreation Guide January-April 2018
Flip through the Engage Recreation Guide  January - April 2018

Engage Recreation Guide January - April 2018

Click on the links below and to the right to view the most up-to-date program information. These links contain corrections / updates since the printed version of Engage! was produced/mailed.

Other Recreational Opportunities

Engage! Web pages - January - April 2018

For your convenience, we also post the Engage! Recreation Guide in .html format (web pages).

Novi Now (Community Events)

Finding Bigfoot - 1/6 - 3/18
Chili Chilly Softball Showdown - 1/20
Hooray! For Hollywood - Daddy Daughter Dance - 2/2 and 2/3
Camp Arctic Adventure - 2/19 - 2/20
Get Your Game On - Mother Son Dance - 2/23
Eggstravaganza - 3/25
Camp Invention - 4/2 - 4/6
Horseback Riding Spring Break Camp - 4/3 - 4/6
Euchre Tournament - 4/7
Earth Day - April 21
Mom and Me Tea - 4/28
Novi Half Marathon - 4/28
Arbor Day - 4/28
River Day - 5/5
Novi Memorial Day Run - 5/28
We Want YOU to be IN the Memorial Day Parade - 5/28

Creative Opportunities

   Art Opportunities / Exhibitions
   Dance Opportunities
   Theatre Opportunities
   Music Opportunities
   Community Performance Groups

Beyond Books (Novi Public Library)

Use the following links to visit the Novi Library website for more information.

  Library Board
  Friends of the Novi Library / Kaleidoscope Series
  Historical Commission
  Adult Programs
  Adult Book Discussion Groups
  Adult Career Development and Business Programs
  Adult Language Programs
  Adult Computer Programs
  Tween and Teen Programs
  Youth Story Times
  Youth Programs

Enhance - Active Lifestyle for Older Adults

  Special Events
     Love and Friendship Luncheon - 2/14
     Looking for Leprechauns Luncheon - 3/15
     A Taste of Poland Luncheon - 4/5
     Island Escape - A Senior Socialite Event - 4/26
     Horses, Hats and Hope Luncheon - 5/3
  Community Events
     Euchre Tournament - 4/7
     Memorial Day Festivities - 5/28
  Social Programs
  Hobbies and Crafts
  Cards and Games
  Health and Wellness
  Personal Growth - Be in the Know
  Nutrition Programs
  Support Services and Groups

Healthy Active Lifestyles

   Martial Arts

   Horseback Riding
   Youth Sports
      Floor Hockey
      Tumble Bunnies (programs for 18 months to 7 year olds)

   Adult Sports

   Novi Ice Arena 

For Your Health And Safety

  Home Watch
  Handicap Patrol
  Nixle Email Alerts
  Drug Take Back Program
  Novi Police Department CPL Civilian Pistol Safety Class
  Home Fire Inspections
  Youth Police And Fire Leadership Academy  
  Child Car Seat Inspections
  File of Life
  Fire and Fall Prevention
  CPR or AED Courses for Businesses
  CPR  (12/6)
  Fire Extinguisher Training
  BLS For Healthcare Provider For Business
  Providence Center for the Healing Arts

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Other Recreational Opportunities

Kensington Metropark

Logo - MetroparksWith more than 2.5 million visitors each year, Kensington Metropark is a 4,481-acre first-class recreational facility. Its wooded hilly terrain surrounds beautiful Kent Lake. The park features an 18-hole regulation golf course, a disc golf course, a nature center, a farm learning center, picnic areas, beaches, boat rentals, cross country skiing, ice skating, a paved hike-bike trail and more. Click here to visit the Kensington Metropark website.

Maybury State Park

Maybury Park is located at 50165 Eight Mile in Northville Township – 48167. Enter at the RED Maybury Farm sign entrance off Eight Mile approximately 1.75 miles west of Beck Road. Click here for more information on Maybury State Park.


Oakland County Parks is a site for residents and visitors alike. It provides a gateway to all there is to see and do in Oakland County, Michigan, from our scenic recreation areas to our vibrant downtowns.

Oakland County Parks 2017 Opportunities

Individuals with disabilities may participate in all general recreation and leisure opportunities. A recreation therapist is available to assist in making your experience a success. Adaptive sports equipment, fishing equipment, trail chairs, pool transfer chairs and hand cycles are available.

Check for additional programs and sports clinics at 

Novi Parks and Recreation Social Series 6:30–8:30 p.m. Music, dinner and dancing. $10/person; $5 caregiver. Pre-registration required.

Clinics for individuals with physical disabilities

Archery, w/c lacrosse and bocce

Sportsability – Youth Sports programs - Open gym for kids with disabilities – Saturdays. Boys & Girls Club (Royal Oak)

Information: Sandy Dorey, C.T.R.S., Oakland County Parks
27725 Greenfield Road, Southfield, MI 48076