COMMUNITY HUMAN SERVICES CALENDAR
The Human Services Calendar offers residents of St. Joseph County, Michigan a single source for supportive events within the county that relate to all areas of human services or low cost recreation. Because personal health is impacted by many factors, promoting these events directly contributes to the well-being of our community by getting individuals and families connected to needed services, engaged in healthy activities, and interacting with others in the community.
THIS. This is something that as a couple, you are NOT going to want to miss! We get the opportunity to learn from Dan Seaborn on what a Godly marriage can look like. Be prepared for laughter, teachable moments, and good snacks!To register go to https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScSIcMLYtlwx3uUE3rzKqWKs7igdLFUXCecasMDY4NmyyN1jg/viewform
*childcare is NOT provided for this event
In partnering with the St. Joe County United Way, the Doyle Center is proud to open our doors to ALL area youth in grades 6th-12th all winter long on Saturday nights. "Open Gym" style format including Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer, Tennis and more! Come in and play or just hang out and socialize.
6th-8th Grades: 7pm-9pm
9th-12th Grades: 9pm-Midnight
A great way to start the day and get encouragement for life. They share together Yoder's donuts and milk, talk about a certain Bible passage and pray. They support each other through good & bad times in life.
112 W. Main Street (Use back entrance) Centreville
Mon, Tues, Thurs OPEN 10-2; Wed - OPEN 12-6;Thurs - OPEN 10-2; Fri open only to drop off donations 10-2; Second Saturday of the month only open 10-2.Closed Sunday Please use back entrance of building. Note" If Centreville Public Schools is closed for inclement weather, Building Hope Free Store will also be closed.
Clothing and household items available. Shoppers must live in St. Joseph County or be a DASAS client.
Shoppers are limited to two shopping visits per month.
If Three Rivers Public Schools are closed for inclement weather, the free store will close also.
Our store is located at the corner of West St. & Bennett St. The hours are Mon, Wed. and Fri. from 10 -1.
Our agency is designed to assist people in St. Joe County who need help with basic needs. We accept all types of clothing & footwear for all ages including outdoor wear. We also accept small kitchen supplies such as, glasses, dishes, silverware, coffee pots, can openers, pots & pans and household decorations, including tablecloths, curtains. There is also a high need for sheets, blankets and towels. We cannot accept big items, furniture or TV’s. Donations are accepted only during our open hours.
UCAP is a 501 c 3 program. Our assistance office is located at 320 North Main, Three Rivers, MI. (use the Bennett St. entrance). We are open Mon. & Wed. from 10 - 1 and Fri. 9 - 12. If Three Rivers Public Schools are closed for inclement weather, the free store will close also.
Our agency is designed to assist people in St. Joe County who need help with basic needs. We can provide assistance with food, gas and laundry vouchers for people who qualify. We also have assistance with utilities and help with locating other resources.
We can provide a bag of nonperishable food that can help you get through a week. We also operate the Stone Cottage Free Store. Our phone number is 269-244-4599 and our e-mail is email@example.com.
Recycle gently used clothes (no stains, please!) and household goods by sharing your excess and picking up for your needs at no cost. No income or residency requirements.
Donations accepted ONLY during open hours.Closed if Burr Oak Schools are closed for inclement weather.
Little Kids - join us after school while your older siblings pick out books. We will have a story, music and dance time and learn a basic sign. This fun time is open to all little kids and will take place in the children's room.
Closed major holidays. If Constantine Public Schools are closed for inclement weather, the soup kitchen will be closed.
920 W. Michigan Ave Three Rivers
Deborah Haak (269)273-8666
Local art teacher Judson Stemaly is coming to the library to teach special art classes! This month: watercolor textures. Think you know about watercolor paint? Come learn some new techniques that will make your art pop.
Closed meeting intended for those who desire to stop drinking. Non smoking
201 North Nottawa Street Sturgis
Deb Barr (269) 651-8541
From the Mountains of East Tennessee, Southern Gospel Music fills the air and is the home of The Kingdom Heirs, one of Southern Gospel Music’s top Male Quartets. The group started performing in local churches and concert halls and as their music and message spread to a wider audience, so did their popularity and demand. Later in 1982 they began singing at the Silver Dollar City theme park, which is now Dollywood. In 1986 when the theme park took on their new name, The Kingdom Heirs were asked to become the resident gospel group and now this year, both The Kingdom Heirs and Dollywood will be celebrating 33 years. Not only are they one of Dollywood’s favorites, but a favorite to millions everywhere. Preshow dinner starting at 5:30pm.
The Dog Bone Blues Band is an exciting collaboration of seasoned musicians who love to play music, from Coldwater Michigan and the Kalamazoo area. The group covers various styles of Blues, Blues Rock, and Americana. Members include Dog Bone on drums , Jessica Rae Parris lead vocals, Bob Hunt on saxophone, Terry Oosterhart bass guitar and vocals, and Bob Weis on guitar and vocals.
Dinner before the presentation starting at 5:30pm. Ticket prices: Student: $4; Senior: $6; Adult: $7; Family: $15. India is a challenge to the senses, to the mind and to everything we take for granted. If you come to terms with her nearly infinite diversity, her stunning vitality and her in-your-face energy, you will learn a great deal about yourself. In the process, you will learn a great deal about the rest of humanity. Presented by: Rick Ray
GIRLS AGES:3-12 YEARS OLD
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION “GUARANTEES A SPECIAL PRIZE” 2/4/19-3/8/19; CITY RESIDENT: $20 PER COUPLE, NON-RESIDENT: $30 PER COUPLE. ADDITIONAL CHILDREN: $5.00 EACH
$10 LATE FEE ADDED AFTER 3/8/19
Dinner before the presentation starting at 5:30pm. Ticket prices: Student: $4; Senior: $6; Adult: $7; Family: $15. I doubt that many of you have ever visited Tibet in person unless you are a mountain climber. Tibet is a region on the Tibetan Plateau in Asia. It is the traditional homeland of the Tibetan people as well as other ethnic groups such as Monpa, Qiang and Lhoba peoples and is now also inhabited by considerable numbers of Han Chinese and Hui people. Presented by: Sean Cassidy