Rochester, MI

Rochester is a city in Southwest Michigan and is a part of Oakland County. According to the 2010 census, the city has a population of 12,711. The area was first settled in 1817 by the Graham family. Rochester is named after a city in New York. It consists of three communities: Stoney Creek, The Bluffs, and Yates. In 2009, it was named one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live by Money Magazine and CNN. Rochester claims to have the largest Christmas parade in Michigan that takes place the first Sunday in December. It also has the Big Bright Light Show, in which the downtown storefronts are cover in colorful holiday lights. Other events throughout the year include the Spring Gallery Stroll, Heritage Festival, and Arts and Apples Festival. Top attractions are Paint Creek Trail, Meadow Brook Hall, and the Village of Rochester Hills.

Monday, December 17th 2018

Know-It-All Trivia Smackdown!

Think you know more random trivia than your neighbors? Meet up with us at Main Street Billiards in the solarium area with your team of up to 6 people and…

Rochester Hills Public Library
215 S. Main St., Rochester, MI 48307

Tuesday, June 5th 2181

Ceramic Tiles

Students will learn the basic techniques for crafting hand-made tiles through hand-rolling and slab-rolling. They will focus on bass-relief carving and additive methods of sculpting to make unique tiles, mosaics,…

Paint Creek Center For The Arts
407 Pine St, Rochester, MI 48301, Clay Studio
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