SCHOOL’S OUT FOR SUMMER

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED BUT YOU CAN CAN STILL JOIN IN THE FUN AND PAY THE DAY OF!!

No more pencils, no more books

Cherry Hill Village’s First Annual

Kick-off to Summer

Saturday, June 11th from 1-3 p.m.

Schools out for summer

The Summer Kick-off will be at the large playscape park at the corner of Jackson Lane and Roosevelt St.  

The kick-off spectacular will include:

  • Climbing rock wall
  • Inflatable obstacle course
  • Bounce house
  • Hot dog stand (additional cost for drinks, chips & cookies)
  • Games & prizes
  • Snow cones

Registration NOW CLOSED. The event is FREE if you have contributed to your 2016 Social Committee dues ($25/CHV Family) or $15/CHV Family (no dues). Additional guests are welcome at $5/person.

Email Social@mychv.com for more information.

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Landscaping

The Cherry Hill Homeowner’s Association Board wanted to inform residents that the weekly landscaping day is now on Wednesday.

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School’s Out for SUMMER!!

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED BUT YOU CAN CAN STILL JOIN IN THE FUN AND PAY THE DAY OF!!

No more pencils, no more books

Cherry Hill Village’s First Annual

Kick-off to Summer

Saturday, June 11th from 1-3 p.m.

Schools out for summer

The Summer Kick-off will be at the large playscape park at the corner of Jackson Lane and Roosevelt St.  

The kick-off spectacular will include:

  • Climbing rock wall
  • Inflatable obstacle course
  • Bounce house
  • Hot dog stand (additional cost for drinks, chips & cookies)
  • Games & prizes
  • Snow cones

Registration NOW CLOSED. The event is FREE if you have contributed to your 2016 Social Committee dues ($25/CHV Family) or $15/CHV Family (no dues). Additional guests are welcome at $5/person.

Email Social@mychv.com for more information.

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CHV Homebrew Progressive

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!7-7-2014 4-06-10 PM

Our summer “Homebrew” Progressive is set for July 9th starting at 7:00pm.   We will be hopping from house to house, enjoying appetizers and homebrews/microbrews!

If there are any houses interested in hosting a 55 minute stop along the way, please email social@mychv.com.

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CHV Sub-Wide Garage Sale

The garage sale will run June 3rd – June 4th, from 8imageam to 4pm. Mark your calendars because while the dates themselves may change, it will always be the first weekend in June going forward.

The dates will be posted on the street signs, but you’re also encouraged to promote your sale in any other manner you choose (Craigslist, signage, etc.)

Any additional questions can be sent to Social@mychv.com.

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Cherry Hill Village EASTER EGG-stravaganza

bunny-and-lots-of-eggsYou’re invited to the Cherry Hill Village EASTER EGG-stravaganza

Where: The Gazebo Park
When: Sunday, March 20th 
Time: 2:00

Featuring two hunts with separate age groups (4 & under and 5 & up).  The Easter Bunny will be available for pictures & hugs!

Hosted by the CHV Social Committee. Free to all neighbors in our subdivision. Please note, to participate, you will need to bring your own Easter baskets and arrive at 2:00 as the first hunt will start shortly thereafter!

Donations to the Social Committee are always appreciated & help with our events – mychv.com.

NOTE: THERE WILL BE NO RAIN DATE FOR THIS EVENT

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A final word from our Christmas in the Village Chair.

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We have another fun-filled Christmas in the Village to remember, and I sincerely hope you had a wonderful time at our event! We started organizing in March, and worked right up until moments before to create some neighborhood magic for everyone.  None of it would have been possible without ample assistance from neighbors, volunteers, sponsors, and local businesses.

Amanda Eason, Wendy Sielaff, Betsy Kopke, and Sharon Keener – thank you for putting your lives on hold to make this year’s Christmas in the Village an unforgettable occasion for our community.  To other members of the Social Committee and fellow neighbors who helped prepare in advance and/or gave your time on the day of the event – Mike Sielaff, Tammy, Mallory & Matt Russo, Hayden Crady, Jack Ventimiglia, Nancy Earle, Carly & Jenna Richards, Mindy Werner, Amy Teller, Alison Nashlon, Heather Fradette, Jill Penna, Lynette Bejma, Katie Lysenko, Colleen O’Sullivan, Megan Reyes, Bruce Keener – I am so very thankful to you all!  To The Truongs, The Easons, The Tellers, The O’Sullivans, The Keeners, The Sielaffs, The Carls & The Ventimiglias – cheers to your family’s willingness to loan us equimpment that helped keep everyone warm and entertained! You’re the very embodiment of the community spirit our neighborhood is known for.

There is one note of apology I would like to make.  An hour into our event, the larger of our two trains broke down.  So sorry to the little ones and their parents who waited in line for a very long time for your turn. I hope you were able to take in the different attractions and otherwise enjoy yourselves while you waited.  I very much appreciate your patience! Our sponsors for this attraction were so generous and understanding, my apologies to them as well.

The success of Christmas in the Village is a direct result of the abundant support we received from within the local business community.  Without their generous contributions, we simply would not have had the ability to provide such an amazing event.

We are delighted to report that we were able to raise over $3000 to donate to The Partnership for Arts & Humanities! Again, there is no way we could have reached this incredible amount without such generosity . I’d like to mention the following neighbors who supported the silent auction  – Jenny Jones: Keep Collective, Arwa Khoury: A to B Custom Creationz, Ashka Salon, and Mary Haulk’s Farm Stand.

This holiday season, I am humbled and grateful to be a part of our community.  I feel fortunate to be surrounded by such extraordinary people in our neighborhood.  It is always a delight to plan an event for neighbors & friends who provide so much support.  Merry Christmas CHV!

Sincerely,

Blake R. Crady
Christmas in the Village Event Chair

 

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Attending Christmas in the Village this weekend? This is a MUST READ!

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Our most anticipated social event of the year kicks off in only three days! These last tips & reminders will help you enjoy Christmas in the Village 2015 to its fullest!

**It will be easier to loop the wristbands thru the zipper pull on your jacket instead of putting them on your wrist. All adults and all children must wear their wristbands in some way – attraction attendants have been instructed to check for them.

**There will be fire pits lit to warm you. Please do not leave young children unattended.

**There will be temporary street closures from 4-7pm. See map:

TEMPORARY STREET CLOSURES

 

**Cherry Hill Rd. and Ridge Rd. will NOT be closed. Please be mindful of traffic.

**Santa will be with us from 4-6:30pm with a short cookie break at 5:15pm

**All items not included in the event fee (extra almonds, extra hot chocolate or coffee, all food truck purchases, caricature artist) require cash only.

**You must pay for your silent auction items with either cash or check.

**Elsa, Anna, & Kristoff will be performing at approximately 4:30, 5pm, & 5:30pm.

**There will be free parking at Childtime & IHA lots for our guests from outside the subdivision.

**Look for our volunteers wearing festive blinking candy cane necklaces. They’ll be happy to assist you.

**There will be seating inside the school house to eat your food truck grub.

**The registration table will only be open from 3-6pm. You must stop here to either pick up your preregistered wristbands or to purchase some. The table will be located at the fountain entrance.

Many thanks again to the following local businesses without whom this event would not have been possible! We are thrilled and grateful for their generosity!

The Bittinger Team

Eye Definition

Canton Center Dental

Siddiqui Orthodontics

Kia of Canton

Coldstone Creamery

Biggby Coffee of Ford Rd. & Michigan Ave.

The Village Doctor

Plumbing Professors

Edward Jones

Upright Fencing

The Village Dentist

Ric & Rockys Family Car Care Center

Blink Eye Care

Living Out Loud, LLC

Child Time on Cherry Hill Rd.

Redhead Salon

502 Grill

Eschmann Entertainment

Indigo Salon, Spa & Boutique

Last minute questions or concerns? Send them to social@mychv.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Christmas in the Village welcomes Concrete Cuisine!

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Christmas in the Village excitedly welcomes Concrete Cuisine! They’re a local food truck that’s been serving Detroiters for several years now and what a treat it is to have them with us this year. Click on their delicious menu below and take a peek!

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They will be parked right outside the school house for the duration of Christmas in the Village. Please remember that food truck purchases are not included in the event price so be sure to bring cash.  There will also be tables and chairs inside the school house for you to warm up and enjoy your food truck grub!

Look for Concrete Cuisine on facebook, follow them on twitter, and check out their website http://www.concretecuisine.com/

**Registration for Christmas in the Village is still running and open only to residents of Cherry Hill Village subdivision.  To register, you will need log in. For our welcomed guests and residents who choose not to register, wristbands will be availabe for sale at the registration table from 3-6PM on Saturday, December 5th.

Send questions to social@mychv.com

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Plan your bidding! Check out this full list of Silent Auction items.

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The Partnership for Arts & Humanities is a nonprofit cultural arts organization focused on encouraging arts in Canton. The silent auction being held during Christmas in the Village at 502 Grill benefits their important yet often overlooked cause. Support them and help your community while having fun!  Wrap up your Christmas shopping or treat yourself.  There is something for everyone in this year’s offerings!

Restaurants:

Bagger Daves – Gift Card

Buffalo Wild Wings – Basket & Gift Card

Canton Brew Works – Mug Club Membership

Palermos – $25 Gift Card (2 available)

Tony Saccos – $25 Gift Card

Carvel Ice Cream Cake

Shopping & Salons:

LaVida Salon – One Hour Massage

Wild Birds Unlimited – Gift Basket

Ashka Salon – $200 Gift Certificate

A to B Custom Creationz – Pallet Sign

31 Purse Set

Keep Collective Item courtersy of Jenny Jones

Mary’s Farm Stand – Christmas Centerpiece & Christmas Wreath

Indigo Salon, Spa, & Boutique – Gift Basket

31 Backpack Set

Entertainment:

Superbowl Bowling Party

Goodrich Quality Cinema – 2 Drinks + 2 Popcorns

Activities & Fitness:

Goldfish Swim School – One Month of Swim Lessons & Gift Basket

AquaTots Swim School – One Month of Swim Lessons

Summit on the Park – One Month Membership

Curves – One Month Membership & Gift Bag

Abrakadoodle – Four Week Class

Hickory Creek Golf Course – Two Rounds of Golf/18 Holes

Grosse Pointe Music Academy – Four 30min Music Lessons

High Velocity – One Ballers Session

Anytime Fitness (Cherry Hill Rd location) – One Month Unlimited Classes

Real Life Farms – One Week of Summer Camp

West End Yoga – One Month Unlimited Classes

Title Boxing (Canton location) – Two Week Unlimited Membership & Gift Bag with Gloves

 

To learn more about this organization, please check out partnershipforthearts.org

Send auction questions to social@mychv.com

 

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