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What is happening in your neighborhood

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The City of Macomb is not terribly big. Therefore, getting around town is relatively easy. Depending on the location of the event, one may prefer to catch public transportation which is free, ride a bike, drive or walk.

If you prefer to save some time and maybe a few steps, perhaps its best to visit the Macomb Public Library website for listings of local activities or events. Summer is around the corner and that means more outdoor activities as well.

Chandler Park, which is located downtown or on the square is child friendly and hosts several community events. The local newspapers also have events announced as well. The local college and university also sponsor many events. If you wish, simply visit the websites of the library, schools, college and university to see the dates and times of events that may interest you.

Sitting at home and watching baseball to the end of ninth inning can be enjoyable especially if the favored team wins. However, wouldn't you prefer your own personal dosage of vitamin D? One way to get that essential vitamin is to get outdoors. So please find what activity appeals to you personally and enjoy it.

The next article will have links to websites and or postings to what is going on in the Macomb area. Outside activities can be enjoyable, affordable or free. It may take a few minutes to find out what is happening in the neighborhood and that is quite alright.



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