Rochester Hills, MI

Rochester Hills is a city in Southeastern Michigan. It has a population of 70,995 people and consists of two communities: Stoney Creek and Yates. The area was first settled by the Potawatomi Native Americans. It was previously Avon Township until 1984 when it became the City of Rochester Hills. The city is named for its historic ties to the neighboring city of Rochester and its abundant rolling hills. Some fun things to do in the city include the Museum at Van Hoosen Farm, Meadow Brook Hall, and Yates Cider Mill.

Friday, October 9th 2020

11:00am
CANCELLED-Storytime at Fresh Thyme Market

Come join us at the Fresh Thyme Market on the 2nd Friday of every month for a storytime. We'll read books, sing songs, and share rhymes!

Rochester Hills Public Library
2025 S Rochester Road, Rochester Hills, MI 49307
Event Series

Friday, November 13th 2020

11:00am
CANCELLED-Storytime at Fresh Thyme Market

Come join us at the Fresh Thyme Market on the 2nd Friday of every month for a storytime. We'll read books, sing songs, and share rhymes!

Rochester Hills Public Library
2025 S Rochester Road, Rochester Hills, MI 49307
Event Series

Friday, December 11th 2020

11:00am
CANCELLED-Storytime at Fresh Thyme Market

Come join us at the Fresh Thyme Market on the 2nd Friday of every month for a storytime. We'll read books, sing songs, and share rhymes!

Rochester Hills Public Library
2025 S Rochester Road, Rochester Hills, MI 49307
Event Series