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1861   The 1st Michigan Infantry is mustered into service of the United States at Detroit.

  • Teens Using Drugs: What To Know and What To Do. Part One: What To Know ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
  • 2nd -
    1933   The Civilian Conservation Corps comes to Michigan.

    3rd -
    1921   Sugar Ray Robinson is born.

    4th -
    1846   A woman, Ernestine Rose, addresses the Michigan legislature speaking about woman suffrage.

    5th -
    1831   The Detroit Free Press begins publishing.

    6th -
    1945   Singer/Songwriter, Bog Seger, is born

    7th -
    1763   Pontiac's Rebellion begins.

    8th -
    1800   The Northwest Territory is divided.

  • Teens Using Drugs: What To Know and What To Do. Part Two: What To Do ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
  • 9th -
    1970   Walter P. Reuther dies.

    10th -
    1865   Michiganians capture Jefferson Davis.

    12th -
    1781   Mackinac Island is sold to the British.

  • Home Party Expo ** 10:00am 4:00pm ~ Bad Axe ~ Huron County
  • 13th -
    1913   Theodore Roosevelt comes to Marquette.

    14th -     Mother's Day ** National Police Officers Memorial Day, a day honoring the officers who gave their lives protecting their communities.
    1898   Bread prices skyrocket to the unheard-of price of a dime for a two-pound loaf due to the rise in the price of flour during the war with Spain.

    15th -
    1912   The Tigers go on strike.

  • "Codependency" ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
  • 16th -
    1972   Voters approve a state lottery.

    17th -
    1673   Father Marquette and Louis Jolliet head west.

    18th -
    1927   Disaster in Bath as a bomb explodes in the Bath Consolidated School, killing 45 people and injuring 51 teachers and students.

    19th -
    1927   Born in Detroit, Charles Lindbergh flies across the Atlantic Ocean.

    20th -
    1921   Pitcher for the Detroit Tigers on the 1940s Hal Newhouser is born.

    21th -
    1696   King Louis XIV orders France's western Great Lakes outposts destroyed.

    22nd -

  • Relapse Prevention ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
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    24th -
    1749   "Come to Detroit" campaign is introduced.

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    25th - Ascension Day
    1822   The steamship "Superior" from Buffalo, N.Y. arrives in Detroit.

    26th -
    1927   The last Model T is produced.

    27th -
    1960   Detroit's population drops by 9 percent.

    28th -
    1913   The Michigan Historical Commission is created.

    29th -     Memorial Day Observed
    1848   Lewis Cass is nominated for the presidency.

  • Al-Anon: A Panel Discussion ** 7:30pm - 9:00pm ~ Ypsilanti ~ Washtenaw County
  • 30th -
     
    1930   A memorial was dedicated at Troy’s White Chapel Cemetery remembering the thousands of Michigan men who served in Russia during 1918-19. Sent to northern Russia to counter the Bolshevik Revolution, these American soldiers, nicknamed the “Polar Bears,” originally went to Europe to fight the Germans, not the Russians.

    31th -
    1942   The last civilian truck is produced before WWII.


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