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Silent Auction Holiday Gift Baskets

Fiction Used Book Sale

2nd Annual Bruce Howell Memorial Free-Throw Contest
Players of all ages and abilities are invited to compete in this exciting contest to be held on Saturday, February 24th at 1pm in the gym at the Community Center. Bruce was one of the best custodians of all time to work at the Community Center. He had a special way with the kids in the gym playing basketball -- welcoming everyone, giving them tips, and showing them the way. In his honor we'll gather and have a fun time in the gym and give out prizes in a few age groups. The event is free, but we'll be taking donations for the American Cancer Society to aid in the fight to end cancer. See you in the gym!

27th Annual Easter Egg Hunt & Bonnet Contest

Children of all ages are invited to hunt for Easter treats, enter the Annual Easter Bonnet Contest, and have their pictures taken with the Easter Bunny! Adults- don't forget to enter the traditional "Egg Toss"!
$2 per child (payable from your car as entering the park) • Civic Center Park • Sat. March 31
Egg Hunt:  12 noon • age categories are: 3 & under, 4-6, 7-9, 10 & up
Bonnet Contest: 12:15PM- Children's categories: Best Auburn Hills Spirit, Most Creative, Prettiest, and Most Patriotic. Adult category: Easter Bunny's Favorite
Photos: 12:15PM inside the Community Center
Adult Egg Toss: 1PM on the lawn 

24th Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony
On December 1, 2017, the City of Auburn Hills will be hosting its 24th annual Tree Lighting Ceremony in Downtown Auburn Hills from 6 – 9 p.m. Included will be a lighting ceremony, carriage rides, voting for decorated trees/storefronts, magic shows, pictures with Santa Claus, and even some of Santa’s reindeer!

---Project Linus---

A charity which aims to provide warmth and comfort to children with life-threatening illnesses through the crafting of fleece blankets and writing of support letters. There will be a crafting station in the University Center Downtown during the Tree Lighting Ceremony. There will be volunteers on-hand to assist you in making the blankets!

You can provide further support by donating additional items.

Donation items accepted:
· Completed Christmas Cards with Envelopes
· 1.5 yards of washable fleece fabric
· 2.5 yards of flannel fabric
· Stuffed animals (must be small and new)
· Yarn