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  1. Masonic Construction Update

    August 1, 7:00 AM - August 31, 4:30 PM @ Masonic Construction Update

    Masonic Construction Update

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Parks and Recreation

  1. Summer Playground Program (Ages 6-13)

    August 13, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM @ Steffens Park

    Experience the excitement of summer camp while still staying close to home! This popular program focuses on the well-loved activities of camps such as arts & crafts, sports, games and even science activities! Our camp counselors engage children in a variety of activities while focusing on encouraging peer-to-peer interactions. Your child will make lifelong friends in this program and will experience the pure joy of play! The camp is managed by a camp supervisor and we average 8 children to a counselor. Children must be signed in and out by a parent/guardian and we recommend that they bring a lunch and/or snacks daily. On Wednesdays we will meet at Somerset Pool for swimming and will have the option to purchase a pizza lunch for $3. Incase of inclement weather an alternate location will be used. Each week is $80 Residents, $100 non-Residents. Each week includes 1 shirt which we will decorate as a craft.

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  2. 3 v 3 Basketball (Grades 1-2)

    August 13, 9:00 AM @ At Richards Middle School Gym

    Gain confidence on and off the court in this 3v3 basketball program that will teach and support basketball development as well as team building skills. Inexperienced players will be taught the skills needed and experienced players will be further refining their skills. The best part is your child will have a blast hanging out with new friends and our coaches!

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  3. Senior Trip to Belle Isle

    August 13, 9:00 AM @ Belle Isle Park

    Belle Isle Park is a 982-acre island park located in Detroit with historic, environmental, and cultural resources that have been beloved for generations. The park is home to the Belle Isle Aquarium, Ann Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory, Dossin Great Lakes Museum, Belle Isle Nature Center & the James Scott Memorial Fountain, and more! We will be stopping at the Aquarium & the Fountain, if time permits, we may visit the Conservatory. * Don’t forget to bring good walking shoes.

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  4. Girls Sand Volleyball (Beginners Grades 4-5)

    August 13, 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM @ Steffens Park Volleyball Courts near the Fraser VFW Hall

    Sun, sand, volleyball and friends – what more could a girl want! This program will help aspiring volleyball players train with drills and sharpen skills with practices and games, all while having fun and making new friends! Don’t wait to sign up for this well-loved summer sport! Parent volunteers are welcome.

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  5. Senior Pickleball

    August 13, 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM @ Fraser Activity Center

    Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays at 9:30 am This fun program is co-ed drop-in and seniors from every community are welcome to play at the Activity Center. Don’t know how to play? Call the Center to set up a lesson! Drop-in fee: $1 members, $2 non-members.

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  6. 3 v 3 Basketball (Grades 3-4)

    August 13, 10:00 AM @ At Richards Middle School Gym

    Gain confidence on and off the court in this 3v3 basketball program that will teach and support basketball development as well as team building skills. Inexperienced players will be taught the skills needed and experienced players will be further refining their skills. The best part is your child will have a blast hanging out with new friends and our coaches!

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  7. Senior Exercise Club

    August 13, 10:00 AM @ Fraser Activity Center

    Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 am – Richard Simmons Silver Foxes low impact exercise

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  8. Seniors Scarlet Ladies of Fraser

    August 13, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Fraser Activity Center

    The Scarlet Ladies group meets at the Fraser Activities Center on the 2nd Tuesday of each month for conversations, friendship, lunches and outings-whatever we want to do! You must be a member of the Fraser Activity Center and $25 if you’re a Fraser resident & $35 if you reside outside of Fraser. Our only rules are to wear purple and a RED hat and have fun! For more info on the Scarlet Ladies, Call Gail at (586) 731-2996.

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  9. Girls Sand Volleyball (Grades 5-8 Intermediate)

    August 13, 10:30 AM @ Steffens Park Volleyball Courts near the Fraser VFW Hall

    Sun, sand, volleyball and friends – what more could a girl want! This program will help aspiring volleyball players train with drills and sharpen skills with practices and games, all while having fun and making new friends! Don’t wait to sign up for this well-loved summer sport! Parent volunteers are welcome.

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  10. Intro Sports (Little Kickers)

    August 13, 10:30 AM @ 10:30 am at the Willow Pavilion

    We take the fear out of starting a new sport with our “Little” programs! These 45-minute programs will be a fun introduction to the T-Ball or Soccer, teaching the basics but keeping the emphasis on healthy physical and social skills. This program is staff coached, but parent volunteers are needed

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  11. 3 v 3 Basketball (Grades 5-6)

    August 13, 11:00 AM @ At Richards Middle School Gym At Richards Middle School Gym

    Gain confidence on and off the court in this 3v3 basketball program that will teach and support basketball development as well as team building skills. Inexperienced players will be taught the skills needed and experienced players will be further refining their skills. The best part is your child will have a blast hanging out with new friends and our coaches!

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  12. Chair Yoga

    August 13, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Fraser Activity Center

    Chair yoga focuses on increasing movement and using a chair assures that people of all abilities are able to participate. Cost for 6 sessions is $26 members, $32 non-members.

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  13. Girls Sand Volleyball (Grades 7-8)

    August 13, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Steffens Park Volleyball Courts near the Fraser VFW Hall

    Sun, sand, volleyball and friends – what more could a girl want! This program will help aspiring volleyball players train with drills and sharpen skills with practices and games, all while having fun and making new friends! Don’t wait to sign up for this well-loved summer sport! Parent volunteers are welcome.

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  14. Senior Chair Yoga

    August 13, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Fraser Activity Cener

    Tuesdays at 11 am, 6 week sessions starting July 2nd and August 13th Chair yoga focuses on increasing movement and using a chair assures that people of all abilities are able to participate. Cost for 6 sessions is $26 members, $32 non-members.

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  15. 3 v 3 Basketball (Grades 7-8)

    August 13, 12:00 PM @ At Richards Middle School Gym

    Gain confidence on and off the court in this 3v3 basketball program that will teach and support basketball development as well as team building skills. Inexperienced players will be taught the skills needed and experienced players will be further refining their skills. The best part is your child will have a blast hanging out with new friends and our coaches!

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  16. Senior Tech Assistant Tuesdays

    August 13, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Fraser Activity Center

    Could you use some assistance with your new phone, tablet or laptop? Perhaps you just need to brush up on how to use your email or Facebook account. Bring your questions as you meet one-on-one with a volunteer in this FREE program. Must register one week in advance, cancellations must be at least 24 hours in advance to respect the volunteer assistant’s time. Please note the topic you would like assistance with at time of registration. Interested in volunteering? Call the office or email juliet@micityoffraser.com to be put on the volunteer call list!

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  17. Intro Sports ( Little Sluggers ages 4-5)

    August 13, 5:15 PM @ Richards Middle School Practice Diamonds

    We take the fear out of starting a new sport with our “Little” programs! These 45-minute programs will be a fun introduction to the T-Ball or Soccer, teaching the basics but keeping the emphasis on healthy physical and social skills. This program is staff coached, but parent volunteers are needed. Participants must bring their own glove and helmet for Little Sluggers.

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  18. T-Ball

    August 13, 6:15 PM - 7:15 PM @ RMS practice Diamonds

    Develop skills, make friends and experience competition without the tears! This Recreation league run by coaches and parent volunteers will teach inexperienced players the skills needed, encourage and refine the skills of players with prior knowledge, and encourage healthy competition through team making and emphasis on FUN! T-Ball (Ages 6-7) will practice for 3 sessions and then start games. Participants must bring their own glove and helmet.

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  19. Adult Men's Softball

    August 13, 6:30 PM - 10:30 PM @ Steffens Park

    Games are played at Steffens Park. Regular Season is possible 10 weeks (guaranteed 8 weeks). Monday League has single headers, single elimination playoff tournament. Cost is $375 per team, Umpire fees are INCLUDED. Register now and reserve a team spot with $100 deposit before League is filled.

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  20. Coach Pitch

    August 13, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ RMS practice diamonds

    Develop skills, make friends and experience competition without the tears! This Recreation league run by coaches and parent volunteers will teach inexperienced players the skills needed, encourage and refine the skills of players with prior knowledge, and encourage healthy competition through team making and emphasis on FUN! Coach Pitch (Ages 8-10) will practice for 3 sessions and then start games. Participants must bring their own glove and helmet

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  21. Family Stem Night

    August 13, 9:00 PM @ McKinley Park

    Please join Engineer Rachel at McKinley Park for an evening of star gazing and learning on July’s full moon night. She will have a couple of telescopes there to discuss how they work and let the children look up close at the moon. Please bring a blanket, flashlight and if you have your own telescope. Parent or legal guardian must be present for the duration.

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