Grow Your Own in Farmington's Community Garden, Plus More Tips for the Week Ahead

Here are five pieces of information to help fuel your week in Farmington and Farmington Hills.

It's Monday, and that means we've put together this list of things going on in Farmington-Farmington Hills to help make your week a little brighter, easier and more fun. For a full list of things to do this week, look at the Patch calendar of events.

1. Did you know

  • Farmington has a community garden

Register for the Chesley Street Community Garden. Grow your own fresh herbs, fruit and vegetables. 

2. For your information

The store will be completely remodeled this summer. In order for improvements to take place, dressbarn will close on Monday, May 13, with plans for a Grand Re-Opening, scheduled for Friday, August 16, according to the Downtown Farmington Facebook page.

3. Plan ahead

Summer day camp is just around corner. Sign up today to guarantee your child a spot this summer.

4. For your health

  • Botsford urologist leads May 16 "Walk with a Doc"

Botsford Hospital brings board-certified urologist Dr. Amy Brode to the May 16 "Walk with a Doc." At this free community walk, Dr. Brode will tell you everything you want to know about bladder health.

5. Last chance

Time is running out to buy your tickets. Hear U-M play-by-play announcer and former football player Jim Brandstatter regale us with his exciting stories of U-M sports while also supporting a scholarship fund and enjoying a great dinner with fellow alumni and fans. Raffle for great prizes like a football signed by Coach Brady Hoke. Tickets on website.


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