September Events Happening In Livonia

There’s lots to do in Livonia! Here are events happening in September.

  • Livonia Public Library’s One City, One Book – Multiple Events
    • The Library is hosting a series of FREE public events that are open to all ages including movie nights, presentations on mental health, teen yoga, a Book Discussion with the Library Commission (date TBD) and more!
  • Blue Line Farm Goat Yoga – Friday, Sept. 2
    • Wendy P will guide you through Yoga as you spend time with our goats! Goat treats will be provided!
  • Music From The Heart – Thursday, Sept. 8
    • Steve King and the Dittilies is a Motor City Legend and is the official Band of the State of Michigan! Upbeat and Versatile, they perform music’s biggest hits throughout the decades, and truly have something for everybody!
  • Trinity House 40th Anniversary Celebration – Sept. 10
    • Founder Paul Patton and President of the Board Bill Keith will emcee a program that will feature excerpts from some of the theatrical productions that have occurred at Trinity House and musical numbers from a few of our favorite performers, including Matt Watroba and Amy Petty. There will also be time for attendees to share a favorite theater memory or two. And there will be anniversary pie and cake!
  • Greenmead Fall Flea Market – Sunday, Sept. 11
    • Bring your wagon or cart to shop from more than 160 vendors offering a wide variety of items for sale. No dogs permitted at the event. $3 adult admission paid at the gate; free for ages 11 and younger.
  • #LoveLivonia Party – Saturday, Sept. 17
    • The #LoveLivonia Party is back!! Come join us and enjoy live music among your friends and neighbors! Two bands will be entertaining the crowd: Local Heroes and Power Play Detroit. Drinks will be available for purchase and food trucks will be on site as well.
  • Saturday @ Blue Line Farm – Saturday, Sept. 17
    • Visit the goats, chickens and other animals at Blue Line Farm.
  • Annual Livonia Corn Roast – Sunday, Sept. 18
    • The FREE good old-fashioned neighborhood Corn Roast returns noon-4 pm at Bicentennial Park following the Tour de Livonia. Join friends and family for food, fun, entertainment and check out the dozens of Livonia community groups on site.
  • Tour de Livonia – Sunday, Sept. 18
    • Get ready for the inaugural Tour de Livonia Sunday, Sept. 18, at Bicentennial Park. Cycling enthusiasts can choose from the 17-mile course (ages 16+) at 9 a.m. or the 6-mile course (all ages) at 9:30 a.m. as they cycle through parks, neighborhoods and past notable Livonia landmarks. The full course has a break station at AlphaUSA (33375 Glendale Street near Farmington Road). Helmets are required for all participants.
  • Livonia Cider Mill – Sunday, Sept. 18
    • Life Church Livonia is bringing Petey’s Donuts to town. There will also be food, games, bounce houses, music and more.
  • Western Wayne DIE Experience – Thursday, Sept. 22
    • The Livonia Chamber of Commerce continues its effort to provide valuable training for all professionals by welcoming Dr. Lee Meadows. He will discuss the importance of the history of DEI and the application of Inclusive Leadership and how it can create belonging in businesses and communities. In a tight labor market, inclusive leadership can be the difference in maintaining a talented workforce.
  • Fall Craft Fair – Saturday, Sept. 24
    • Find seasonal items at the Bennett Civic Center Library for the fall craft fair.
  • Guns N’ Gowns: Civil War Encampment – Sept. 24 & 25
    •  This free living history event will take place at Greenmead Historical Park, 20501 Newburgh. There will be demonstrations of military camp life, drills, musket firing, medical practices, surgery, civilian life, period fashions, phrenology, an amazing display of historical reproduction flags, and much, much more! Stop in the village buildings to see some great exhibits and take a tour as well.
  • Healthy Livonia 5k Run/Walk – Sunday, Sept.25
    • The annual Healthy Livonia 5K run/walk will be held at the TrinityElite Sports Performance Center – Schoolcraft Campus
  • Toss or Turn: Recyling and Sustainability – Sept. 29
    • Learn how to “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle” from the Community Education Coordinator for GFL Environmental. She will discuss practical ways to live more sustainably, including the basics of recycling: what can be placed in your cart at the curb, what condition items must be in, and what can be recycled but not put in the cart. Bring your questions, as well as any items you have questions about recycling. Registration is required.

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