Movies in the Moonlight Fun Begins June 13!

Grab the family and head to Downtown Rochester on Saturday, June 13 for the kick off the popular Movies in the Moonlight. This season there will be four fun filled nights of movies spread across three summer months! The 2015 Movies Schedule is: June 13: Paddington (PG) Presented by Edward Jones July 11: Jurassic Park (PG-13) Presented by Goldfish Swim School July 25: Big Hero 6 (PG) Presented by Anderson, Eckstein and Westrick, Inc. August 8: The Lego Movie (PG) Presented by … [Read more...]

Downtown Rochester Farmers’ Market Opening Soon!

Searching for a sure sign of spring? Head to the Downtown Rochester Farmers’ Market on Opening Day, Saturday, May 2. Celebrating its 16th season, the Farmers’ Market is a frequent stop for area residents to enjoy the vibrant colors, aromas and flavors of southeast Michigan’s growing season. Located at the corner of E. Third and Water Street, just one block east of Main Street, the market is open every Saturday, May 2 through October 31, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. “Shopping at the Downtown … [Read more...]

Coming Soon: Movies in the Moonlight

Join downtown Rochester on Saturday, July 13 as we kick off the 12th season of Movies in the Moonlight. This season there will be four fun filled nights of movies! Movies in the Moonlight is located in the parking lot at the corner of E. Third & Water, one block east of Main. Featured movies begin at dusk (approximately 9:15 pm) and pre-shows start at 8:30 pm. Admission is free, so arrive early for the best seating. Movies in the Moonlight is BYOC (Bring Your Own Chairs)! Popcorn, candy, … [Read more...]

New Rochester Swim School Opens on South Street

Ribbon Cutting is a Splash Brian Bayer of the new Goldfish Swim School in Rochester states at their grand opening that they “teach the life lesson of swimming.” Swimming really is one of those life skills everyone should have. Brian and his wife, Hope, currently own two franchise Goldfish Swim Schools. Their first one is in Farmington Hills and they plan to open a third location in Macomb next year. From four months to 12 years old, kids can learn to swim year-round in a 90 degree indoor … [Read more...]