The state of Michigan’s motto is “If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look about you”. In southeast Michigan “if you seek a good time and a great place to live, come to Ferndale”. This annual fun event called Pig & Whiskey 2019 is organized by Metro Times and Woodward Avenue Brewers.
It begins this week on Friday July 19 thru Sunday July 21st. Click on the image above to visit their website for more details. Don’t miss Pig & Whiskey 2019 If you do you will regret it.
See line-up of bands below. They start on Friday. Don’t miss the excitement!
July 4th is Independence Day. We should all be proud and honored to live in this great country. There is a lot of political turmoil and disagreement on the political front. But you know what? This ability to disagree is what makes this country great! Our nation will get through this period because we are Americans and as Americans we have every right to disagree and in the end the country will be even stronger.
Today was also a great day for myself and my crew of ten. We spent much of today placing over 2,000 flags made in the USA on the lawns of neighborhoods that I cover including Berkley, Huntington Woods, Royal Oak, Beverley Hills, Ferndale and Oak Park. I am a full time Realtor getting full time results. The photo on the left is on Catalpa.
As my crew and I were working hard giving thanks in a small way to my customer base I received the text message below. Thank you! You made our day. Also, Thank you Crew! You were awesome!
You got to have art and in Berkley much of it is homemade and on the streets starting at 8 am on July 13, 2019 and concluding at 5 pm. Much of the art is home grown and created with chalk. It is a family affair. Here is a link to the official website . The event is championed by the Berkley Chamber of Commerce and what an event it is.
Below is a news clip relating to the upcoming bike lanes on Coolidge in Berkley, Michigan. How does everyone feel about them? Please take our survey after the video
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Berkley is the next community to follow suit after Royal Oak made similar changes in 2018 along Main Street between 11 Mile Road & 12 Mile Roads, as well as heading East on 4th Street toward I-75. Both Berkley and Royal Oak are hoping that these road diets keep the streets walk-able, family friendly, and slow down traffic. Ferndale has similar bike lanes running North and South on Hilton Road.