Ortonville Downtown Development Authority
Molly LaLone, Executive Director
PO Box 84
Ortonville, MI 48462
Category Archives: Events
Saturday, December 1st, Ortonville will celebrate “Christmas in the Village.” The Historical Society invites you to visit the Old Mill before of after the 3pm parade in downtown Ortonville. The Mill will be warm and toasty inside and we will … Continue reading
August 31, 2012 Kids Night 6pm-9pm in Crossman Park Dinner provided by Papa Bella’s Pizza Last BB&E farmers market of the season! Featuring Joel Tacey
August 24, 2011
Dinner provided by Ortonville United Methodist Church
Bring your extra perennials to Crossman Park to exchange for plants you don’t own yet. Perfect way to share your bounty and expand your garden.
BB&E Pet Night August 17, 2012 6pm-9pm Crossman Park in downtown Ortonville, MI Dinner provided by: Ortonville United Methodist Church and Willie’s Grill Cart Featuring Frosty Boy’s Pet ice cream treat licking contest, All dogs welcome NOAH accepting charitable donations … Continue reading
Beets, Beats, and Eats Farmers Market Crossman Park, downtown Ortonville 6pm-9pm 2012 Enjoy the process drawing contest
Beets, Beats, and Eats Farmers Market
July 13, 2012
Edna T. Burton Senior Center serving dinner in the park tonight.
Beets, Beats, and Eats Farmers Market Desert Angel Packing Party July 6, 2012 6pm-9pm Crossman Park A-3 Hunger and Willie’s Weinies Grill Cart are both serving dinner tonight.
June 22, 2012
6pm-9pm in Crossman Park, Ortonville, MI
Sponsored by: Oxford Bank
Oxford Bank was founded in 1884 as an institution rich in the values of 19th century America. Personal involvement and investment in our community were foremost among these. Life today is far more complex, but the values we held then still apply as we now face the challenges that the 21st century presents. Our ambition at Oxford Bank is to provide our customers a complete array of modern financial services, yet keep the same concern for our community that was the hallmark of a much simpler time.
FREE Bounce House is provided by Valley Tent Rental for the 2nd year in a row – Thank you!
Valley Tent Rental has been in the party planning Industry for 13+ years. Their mission is to make your event everything you were wishing for with no hassle. They ensure their equipment to be on time and clean. We’re pleased to report their service is always been friendly and reliable!
Dinner by: Papa Bella’s Pizza
Joe D’Anna and his crew will be serving Pizza, Bread Sticks, and Salad.
Thank you Event Sponsor Thank you individual race sponsors Thank you other prize contributors Glitz Salon MPK Photos Janet Tait, Healing Touch Ann Arbor Brewing Company Susan Reddy, Creative Memories John Mathers Insurance Computer Tutor, Graphics, and More Rob Butler … Continue reading
Why is CreekFest important?
Because Ortonville’s Cool Jewel is Kearsley Creek, a designated trout stream and headwaters to the Flint River and Saginaw Bay.
How many towns can boast a designated trout stream?
Because Kearsley Creek runs right through our town. The Creek is a living link with Ortonville’s past, and part of our heritage, just as is the Old Mill, which stands on its banks.
Because, In addition to Kearsley Creek, Brandon Township has the headwaters of two other rivers: Paint Creek and the Clinton River.
Because Ortonville was honored in 2011 by Main Street Oakland County as its most outstanding event. Our Creek is a rallying point to revitalize our downtown.
Events like CreekFest bring the town together and highlight our local businesses.
Because our town has a focal point – The Old Mill and the Creek - unique features that tell us we are home.
Because – we love our creeks.
The Ortonville DDA/Main Street program proudly presents Ortonville’s ninth annual CreekFest on June 2, 2012, in downtown Ortonville. CreekFest is an opportunity to celebrate Kearsley Creek, our designated trout stream, and other waterways in the township.
Since 2003, CreekFest has been bringing attention to water quality issues in Brandon Township. The event has been a key element in meeting the Township’s Phase II EPA storm water management requirements.
For more information, contact Molly Lalone,
Director, Ortonville Downtown Development Authority
(248) 627-8070 email@example.com
August 10, 2012
6pm-9pm Crossman Park
$2 Entry Fee per photo, paid at park
Dinner: Edna T. Burton Senior Center
Contest Sponsors: Alex Marie Studios
Thank you to Leslie Cox for coordinating the Photo Contest.
- A one-day internship with Alex Marie Studios
August 12, 2011 Thank you to Night Sponsor – Brandon Bark, dinner provider - Edna Burton Senior Center, Frosty Boy of Ortonville, Flexible Photography, K-9 Stray Animal Rescue and Hamilton’s Feed & Fuel
August 5th Thank you to Quilt Show Sponsor Mabelena’s Quilting Comforts Dinner provided by Wimmer Grill Cart and Edna Burton Senior Center
Sponsored by Clarkston Brandon Community Credit Union Thank you to activity contributors: The Wayfarers, Christ the Shepherd Lutheran Church, Hamilton’s Feed and Fuel, Art of Life, and Valley Tent Rental
Thank you to dinner provider, Ortonville United Methodist Men’s Group and theme coordinator, Liz Waters.
July 1, 2011 – Desert Angel Packing Party Thank you to Night Sponsor, Coats Village Funeral Home, and dinner provider, MacPhee’s Restaurant
July 1st, 2011 Thank you to dinner provider, Artists & Athletes Against Hunger, and to recycle night coordinators - Brenda Timmermans, Carrol Solo and Susan Bork Click here for the Recycle Flyer
June 29, 2012
6pm-9pm in Crossman Park, Ortonville MI
Dinner by Cranberries Cafe
Click here for the Recycle Flyer
Drop off items in Crossman Park. Examples of items to recycle are:
- Grocery bags, plastic and paper
- Cell phones
- Egg cartons
- Eye glasses
- Metal clothes hangers
- Metal Keys
Guests are encouraged to bring gently used items to exchange. Examples of items to bring are:
- CDs, Lps & Audio Tapes
- Videos and DVDs
- Books &Magazines
- Unused Greeting Cards
- Canning jars
- Fabric and sewing supplies
- re-usable school supplies
- sporting equipment and clothing
Recycle “CapriSun” and “Honest Kids” drink pouches in the recycling area. They will be donated to “Terracycle” to REUSE as materials for products like these:
GREEN FUNDRAISER STORE
Introducing the “Green Fundraiser Store”, part of GreeningDetroit, a great new organization showing how you can make your school a “Michigan Green School”. They promote environmentally friendly fundraising items to sell and offer additional great ideas to enhance all your recycling efforts.