Novi Now (Community Events)
Novi Parks offers gift certificates, perfect for birthdays and holidays. Gift-givers can customize the amount
and purchase an as e-card to be used
toward any Novi Parks program. No additional fees apply. Call 248.347.0400 for more information.
First Saturday Every Month, 9am-12pm
Through a partnership with Corrigan Record Storage, Novi residents may recycle up to 300 pounds with NAID Certified Secured Shredding for a $5 fee. Over 300 pounds is $.05 per pound. Hard drive destruction is available for a $5 fee.
Location: Corrigan Record Storage, 45200 Grand River Avenue
Turning Teen: Managing Emotions: Anxiety 101
Click here to register. Registration Ends: Sep 30
Tweens often think there is something “wrong” with them when they experience stress, anxiety and worry. Come together with your child for an informational and educational presentation about anxiety, stress and worry. Your child will discover healthy ways to manage these emotions and you’ll fi nd ways to support them through these normal feelings. This program will be taught by Social Worker Michelle White, LMSW. For more information and to register, visit turningteen.com
Ages: 8-12 with trusted adult
Price: $60 per couple
Location: Novi Civic Center
A Brighter Day
Presented in collaboration with the All Things Yarn group
Aug 17-Oct 9
Attention knitters and crocheters, you can help brighten a senior’s day by participating in yarn bombing! Maybe you saw the tree socks display last year on the Civic Center Campus? This year, the Meadowbrook Commons Campus is the location. Nearly 200 older adults live on the Meadowbrook Commons Campus, many of
which have had limited interaction with friends and family due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Colorful trees on campus are sure to lift spirits and provide a cheery view. The tree socks will be installed in late August and displayed for about six weeks.
- Adopt a tree and knit a sock by Aug 17. We will provide you the measurements and will install your piece. Let us know if you are in need of yarn.
For information on both options, call 248.347.0400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org