City of Warren, MI

Community Bulletin Board

Ongoing Events:  

  • The Village Commission
    The Village Commission meets the first Thursday of the month at the Old Village Hall at Beebe and Flynn St. at 7 p.m. The commission is looking for members. If you are interested, call the Mayor's office for a form at (586) 574-4520.

  • Southeast Michigan Chapter of Wild Ones
    The S.E. Michigan chapter of 'Wild Ones' meets the third Wednesday of each month in conference room 'B' room, 504 upstairs at the Community Center at 7 p.m. We are advocates of native plants, habitat restoration and green ecology. Help make a difference and see our website. General public welcome.

  • Warren Kiwanis Aktion Club
    Come and join us on the second and last Wednesday of the month; 6- 7 p.m., in Conference Room B (upstairs) in the Warren Community Center (5460 Arden). Aktion Club is a group of mentally or physically impaired young adults (18 years and older) and their caregivers who would like to give back to their community through helping others. Call Cardell Taylor at (586) 514-4186. Click here to view a list of events the Aktion Club has participated in over the last six years.

  • Warren Toastmasters Club #2260
    Public speaking skills equals life success. They meet the first and third Tuesday of every month from 6:30- 7:30 p.m. at Warren City Hall. Contact Bob DeWinter for more info at (586) 943-2866.
  • Senior Nutrition Program
    There is a senior nutrition program at Owen Jax Recreation Center, Monday-Thursday at 11:30 a.m. There is a $3 donation. Call (586) 757-7480 to register.

  • Lincoln Neighborhood Association of South Warren Meetings
    The Lincoln Neighborhood Association of South Warren meets every first Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at Lincoln Elementary School's Media Center.

  • The Warren Police Department now has a Permanent Disposal Site for Prescription Drugs at 29900 Civic Center Drive, Warren, 48093; (586) 574-4700. Please note that prescription drugs should be put in a sealable plastic bag and liquids & sharps (needles & syringes) are NOT accepted.

  • Tree Mulching and Watering Guidelines
  • FREE Community Supper the First Wednesday of Every Month
    FREE supper is open to everyone and will include main entree, salad dessert and beverage. If you need to stretch your budget, want an evening of fellowship or simply don't feel like cooking, come join us the first Wednesday of every month.  The dinners go from 4:30- 6:30 p.m. at St. Paul United Church of Christ, 31654 Mound Rd., Warren, MI. 
  • Warren Senior Housing is Accepting Applications for both Stilwell Manor and Joseph Coach Manors
    Applicants for Stilwell Manor must be a Warren resident, a minimum of 60 years old and make under $20,000 a year. A one bedroom apartment is $385 a month and that includes your gas, electric and water. All applicants for Joseph Coach Manor must be 55 years of age or older. Each apartment includes a washer and dryer, stove, regrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal, and storage unit. These lovely apartments also include a balcony or patio for only $500 a month plus utilities. Both buildings have on-site security cameras, 24 hours emergency maintenance, and optional activities. All applicants must be able to live independently. Please call our office if you would like an application or have any questions at (586) 758-1310.
  • Great Lakes Caring: Compassionate Volunteers Needed!
    Volunteer opportunities with Great Lakes Caring Hospice include: providing companionship to hospice patients; offering pet hterapy (pet training required); assisting with clerical work in our office; sharing your talents (such as music, art, and crafts); providing bereavement or vigil support for patients' families; attending and helping with our Tea to Remember events; interviewing and recording patients with our Life Stories program; and more! We offer: placement in your area; local training; flexible scheduling; opportunities to anyone 17 years of age or older. For more information about Great Lakes Caring Hospice volunteer program, please contact your local vounteer coordinator, Megan Carolin, at (586) 468-8580.
  • Looking For Ladies Interested in Playing Pinochle
    If any ladies are interested in playing pinochle on Mondays from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m., please contact Doris Moy at church of the Master, 30200 Schoenherr, warren 48088, at (586) 771-6720. We are located between 13 Mile Road and Common Road, corner Castle and Schoenherr. This will begin January 2014 and held every Monday at the church. Come out and have fun playing pinochle with us.
  • Upcoming Adopt-A-Stream Trainings & Workshops
  • 2013-2014 Macomb County Warming Center Locations
    Warm locations: Church of the Master, 30200 Schoenherr- April 4-12Click the link above for a list of locations in the rest of Macomb County. 
  • Check Out New Volunteer Opportunities on the "Frontline"
    The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program invites seniors age 55 and older to "just do it"- make the call that can get you connected and change your life. If you have just a few hours a month, you can make life better right where you live. Change young lives by tutoring ormentoring students; help local nonprofit agencies; work in a community garden; get onboard as a hospital volunteer; or help a neighbor to continue to live independently with handyman skills. Help is also needed working with the homeless and in food pantries. Call RSVP of Macomb at 756-1430 for more info. Weekend volunteer assignments are available.
  • River Day Logo Contest 
    The Clinton River Watershed Council's 16th Annual River Day logo contest is designed to promote River Day along with Michigan's Free Fishing Weekend and Southeast Michigan's annual Wate rWeek. River Day is Saturday, June 7 and events will include festivals, fishing derbies, fly-tying lessons, clean up events and naturalist-led hikes through parks and trailways. The winning River Day 2014 logo will be used on websites, even guides, t-shirts and signage all across the watershed to promote River Day. Click the link above for more info. 
  • Senior Fridays - Healthy Living February & March Events

  • Friends of the Warren Public Library Winter Bookstore Hours
    The Friends of the Warren Public Library will be holding 1/2 price sales at the Book Store, located at 5961 Beebe St. Sale dates are: April 11-12, 9 a.m.-noon; May 16-17, 9 a.m.-noon; June 20-21, 9 a.m.-noon. Open every Friday from 9 a.m.-noon, closed Friday, April 18. Special announcement: The Warren Civic Theatre will entertain on Saturday, April 12 at 11 a.m. Don't miss out on the fun!
  • St. Anne Fish Fry
    Beginning Ash Wednesday and serving every Friday during Lent, 4-8 p.m. Dinners are $5 and up, pop $1 glass, punch free, beer and wine available. Held at St. Anne Catholic Grade School, 32000 Mound Road, Warren. Click link above for menu items.
  • February 3-April 29
    GriefShare - Grief Support Group
    Christ Lutheran Church in Warren will be offering 13 week Grief Support available two days a week. During sharing sessions, participants will hear and discuss topics essential to the recovery from the hurt of grief and loss. Sessions also include videos featuring interviews with grief recovery experts and real-life stories of people who have experienced grief. Starting on February 3, groups will be starting on Monday evenings from 7-8:30 p.m. and also session available on Tuesday mornings from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. For more information or to sign up, call (586) 293-0700 or visit our website here.

  • Volunteers Needed at the Church of the Master for Shelter Week April 6-13.If you can help, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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