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NORTHVILLE TIMES Time to Play with us. Time to Shop with us. Time to Dine with us. Northville Downtown Development Authority·̣~ 215 West Main Street Tel: 248-349-0345 Fax: 248-305-9049 www.downtownnorthville.com December Calendar of Events December 2 Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis December 6 Girls’ Night Out December 7 First Friday Hometown Holidays Candlelight Walk All-A-Glow Illumination for Education December 7-9 Handcrafters Craft Show December 13 Guys’ Night Out December 15 BaseLine Folk Society Open Mic December 31 Northville Nite For the 27th year Northville Artist Caroline Dunphy has painted a Christmas card of a scene in Northville. This year’s card (shown above) is of the redesigned Town Square. Cards are available at her studio/gallery, Painter’s Place located at 140 N. Center. Cards sell for $1.50 each or $14/dozen. Caroline has also hand painted and fired new clear glass holiday ornaments. There are two different 2 1/2 inch diameter ornaments available at Painter’s Place. One ornament has individual pictures of the redesigned clock, pavilion, and fountain selling for $20. The other is of Northville’s new clock and a Holly branch border selling for $15. Painter’s Place holiday hours: Tuesday through Saturday noon—5pm. A new 3 1/2 inch white ceramic ornament hand painted by Caroline Dunphy is available only at Northville Candle & Gifts located at 124 N. Center. This ornament also depicts Northville’s redesigned clock and sells for $15. Rewards Card Program See how you can save. Details on individual merchant specials begin on page 9. 1 December 1, 2007 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 D E C E M B E R C A L E N DA R O F E V E N T S Holiday Art Market Through January 4 Northville Art House 215 W. Cady 248-344-0497 Don't get malled! Visit the Art House for a special opportunity to buy unique artwork this gift giving season! This third annual show and sale features the work of over fifty of the area's finest artists in glass, pottery, fiber, jewelry and painting. Be sure to stop by for one or all of these special events during the show: December 6 Northville's Girl's Night Out 6:00-9:00pm. Shopping, libations, creations, raffles. December 7 First Friday Art Walk 6:00-9:00 pm. Shopping, refreshments and holiday treats All Holiday Art Market events are free and open to the public. Art House hours: Thursday—Sunday First Fridays North Pole at the Northville Community Senior Center December 1 10:30—noon We’ll have light mid-morning snacks and juice for everyone, coffee for the grown-ups, crafts, a letter to Santa table, Christmas Carols, a Christmas story and of course, a visit from Santa! Two Christmas books will be raffled off compliments of As The Page Turns. The Northville Community Senior Center is located at 303 W. Main. Fee: $10 /child (ages 3 and up) $2/adult Pre registration is required. Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis December 2 Imagine the sounds of hundreds of thousands of bells jingling as people from coast to coast run, walk and cheer in the Arthritis Foundation’s Jingle Bell Run for Arthritis. Across the country, bells will be ringing as people like you tie jingle bells to their shoelaces, don festive costumes and join friends and neighbors in support of the Arthritis Foundation’s mission to prevent, control, and cure arthritis and related diseases. Choose from a 5K fun run or 5K fun walk. The Jingle Bell Run for Arthritis raises awareness of America’s leading cause of disability, while raising desperately needed funds for research, public health and policy efforts to improve the lives of people with arthritis. For more information or to register, click here. Event Details: 7:30 Doors open 8:30 1/4 mile Snowman Shuffle race for children 9-5K Jingle Bell Run/Walk, competitively timed $35 Walk-in registration The event will include a chili party sponsored by TOPZ; an awards ceremony, goodie bags; long sleeve T-shirts for participants; and WCSX 94.7FM will be on site. Dress in festive holiday attire. 1:00pm—5:00pm 1:00pm—9:00pm Visit Santa in Downtown Northville Jolly old Saint Nick will be waiting for all boys and girls to hear their Christmas wishes. Visit Santa in Town Square Saturdays through December 15th from noon to 2:00pm 2 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 D E C E M B E R C A L E N DA R O F E V E N T S Girls Night Out December 6 6:00pm—9:00pm Guys Night Out December 13 6:00pm—9:00pm Girls Night Out at the Art House Calling all Girls! The Northville Art House will host a special evening for Northville's Girls’ Night Out from 6:00-9:00pm! Begin your evening at the Art House— shop the Holiday Art Market, enjoy some libations and creations and take a chance on several raffles for oneof-a- kind artworks. Free Be a pART of it! If you are looking for something unique for your gift giving (and receiving!) this holiday season With busy schedules and the holiday season in full swing, everyone should enjoy a welldeserved night out with good friends. For all the women and men out there who are looking for a unique and fun atmosphere for their next girls’ and guys’ night out, two incredible evenings in Downtown Northville are in store. Presented by Tom Holzer Ford, the Northville Central Business Association is bringing back their popular Girls’ Night Out & Guys’ Night Out with a few new twists. It’s ladies first as Northville’s Girls’ Night Out starts things off on Thursday, December 6. Ladies should make sure they have their walking shoes on because power-shopping is on the evening’s agenda. Ladies should save their receipts when they make purchases this evening at the many unique shops in the downtown because the lucky lady who spends the most on gift-giving – yes, gifts to yourself count too! – will be chosen as the evening’s big winner and she will be awarded a gift of jewelry from Orin Jewelers. The winner will be announced at the Chase Bar & Grill – one of downtown Northville’s newest dining establishments located at 133 W. Main on the lower level of Northville Square later in the evening. While shopping, ladies should make out their wish lists at each store so if their guys attend Guys’ Night Out, they will know what to buy. Starting at 9 p.m. at the Chase Bar & Grill ladies can take a break and enjoy some great food and conversation. WMGC’ FM’s Linda Lanci will join the fun here, too. Oh and what would the holiday season be without a little mistletoe? Ladies who purchase mistletoe from area firemen – who will be located in various stores throughout downtown Northville – will help benefit the Burn Center at Children’s Hospital. The lady who purchases the most mistletoe will find herself being pampered with a spa package at Margo’s of Northville Salon & Spa. Guys Night Out The guys have their own special night too. On Thursday, December 13, guys should grab their buddies and head to downtown Northville to enjoy Guys’ Night Out – an evening where shopping CAN be fun and they will not have to wait until the last minute to get their holiday shopping finished. As guys are shopping they may run in to Trudi Daniels from WRIF FM who will be in town getting some shopping done. Other celebrity bell ringers will be around town collecting money for the Salvation Army. When the guys are done with their shopping, they can head to the recently-opened Chase Bar & Grill from 9-11 p.m. to kick back with the boys. The WRIF Rocks Girl will be on site welcoming all the guys to the post-shopping hang out. Fun was had in 2006 during Guys Night Out 3 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 D E C E M B E R C A L E N DA R O F E V E N T S First Friday Art / Candlelight Walk December 7 6-9 p.m. Presented by the Northville Central Business Association two Downtown Northville traditions come together to make one spectacular holiday evening under the lights as luminaries line the streets for guests making their way to unique boutiques, shops and restaurants in town. The ever-popular monthly First Friday Art Walk further enhances the evening’s festivities giving guests the opportunity to experience a unique night out amidst small town beauty and big city art with a night filled with art exhibits (highlighting featured artists each month), art demonstrations and related events. Downtown Northville's participating First Friday Art galleries and stores are open from 6-9 pm with many of the establishments along the walk offering complimentary hors d’ oeuvres and beverages for their guests as they browse or shop. For more information on the Candlelight Walk call 248-347-1642. Look for information on Art Walk participants on page 5. Handcrafters Craft Show December 7-9 Show Hours: Friday Saturday Sunday $2 Northville Recreation Center at Hillside Middle School. Eight Mile and Sheldon/Center. 6 pm—9pm 9am—5 pm 11 am—4 pm Admission: Location: No strollers, please. For more information, call 734-459-0050. BaseLine Folk Society Open Mic December 15 The open mic concerts continue on every 3rd Saturday at 7:00 pm through June 2008. If you or someone you know is interested in performing, you may sign up the evening of the event at 6:15 pm. There are approximately 5 open mic spots available on a first to sign up basis. Performers receive a three song set, not to exceed fifteen minutes. Admission is $5.00 at the door for guests and free for performers. For more information contact Mike Mullen at firstname.lastname@example.org. All A-Glow: Illumination for Education December 7 6:15 pm This years All-A-Glow will take place at the Old Church Square on the corner of N. Center and W. Dunlap Streets. Help illuminate Northville during this holiday season. We invite you to honor or memorialize people you care about by purchasing tree lights as a symbol of recognition. Your donation will go to support Northville school children. Enjoy music by Hillside Middle School and Meads Mill Middle School choirs. Hot chocolate and cookies will be available. For more information, please contact Holly at 248-449-1385. Northville Nite December 31 4:30pm - 8:00pm Your family will enjoy carnival Games, band and coffee house from Oak Pointe Church, woodcrafts from Home Depot, art projects from Abrakadoodle, face-painting from Oddzin Ends, entertainers, huge inflatable games and more! Make sure you stay until 8:00pm because you can’t miss our New Year’s Eve countdown! The Northville Rotary Foundation will be selling food for an additional fee. Recreation Center at Hillside 700 W. Baseline Rd., Northville Fee: Tots (1-2 yrs) $2 Child (3-17 yrs) $10 Adult (18 and Up) $5 Click here for a printable flyer. 4 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 F I R S T F R I DAY A R T W A L K Riopelle; and Jyoti Thakore, clay sculptor; along with small works from other world-class artists. Gallery guests attending the reception will enjoy meeting the artists and viewing the tiny treasures, many of which were created specifically for this exhibit. First Friday Art Walk in Downtown Northville December 7 6-9pm Experience a unique night out amidst small town beauty and big city art. The first Friday of every month Downtown Northville comes alive and celebrates the arts during the popular First Friday Art Walk. As you stroll along the streets of Downtown Northville’s growing art district, enjoy a night filled with art exhibits, and demonstrations. Downtown Northville's participating First Friday art galleries and stores are open from 6-9 pm with many of the shops along the walk offering complimentary hors d’ oeuvres and beverages for their guests as they browse or shop. Starring “The Gallery” 118 W. Main 248-347-1642 www.starringthegallery.com Featured Exhibit: A Season of Beauty Alissa Mellis and Justin Gruba Reception: December 7, 2007 6-9pm Alissa Mellis and Justin Gruba are the creative talent behind metro Detroit’s Vision Painting and our featured artists for the month of December. Both are honors graduates of the College for Creative Studies and their varied works—from abstract landscapes evocative of earthy elements to highly refined still lifes suffused with light and shadow—will add beauty to the season. Join us the opening and meet Alissa and Justin. As the Page Turns 149 S. Center 248-912-0045 www.asthepageturns.biz Featured Author: Jann W. Martin “This Babe So Small” Our First Friday Author Meet and Greet blends with the well established Northville First Friday Art Walk. Justin Gruba Sherrus Gallery of Fine Art 109 N. Center 248-380-0470 www.sherrusgallery.com Featured Exhibit: Tiny Treasures continues Reception: December 7, 2007 6-9pm Holiday Celebration with Complimentary Wine & Cheese Reception, Exhibit & Sale Alissa Mellis “Tiny Treasures II” Art Exhibit and Sale featuring a collection of small works of art by acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel, glass and metal artist from around the world. Featured artists in the exhibit include widely-collected Michigan acrylic artist Jeri Fellwock; popular local watercolor/pastel/oil artist and art instructor, Jim Also participating in the First Friday Art Walk • Art House (see details on the Holiday Art Market on page 2) • Northville Gallery (147 E. Main) • The Tom James Gallery of Fine Art (117 E. Main) 5 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 NEWS AND EVENTS Northville Candle Open during First Friday Art Walk Northville Candle 124 N. Center 380-7059 www.northvillecandle.com First Friday, December 7 enjoy live musical entertainment and refreshments to set the mood for holiday shopping. shipments of fresh flowers daily. Our customers are very important to us. With a fresh and unique perspective on flowers we strive to fulfill your needs and exceed your expectations! From simple to unique we are the perfect choice for your occasion. We offer unique custom gift baskets, balloons and same day delivery as well. Committed to providing the highest quality flowers and plants at a fair price we pride ourselves in the personal touch each arrangement receives. Our arrangements are as perfect as they are unexpected! With Wedding and Event Specialists on staff we can assist you with flowers and décor for weddings, corporate and social events. With many years of experience in the wedding and event industry we can assist you with every detail of your event, as well as coordinate the event itself. Table design displays will be a part of our new look, showing you options for social or corporate events. Are you thinking it’s time to add a new sparkle to your old holiday décor? For the holiday season we have beautiful designer trees and wreaths available for purchase in our greenhouse. Also for the holiday season we have “Totes for a Cure” by Kay Warnke for sale. Hours: Tuesday—Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Now Open Simply Wine 109 N. Center 248-380-9463 Simply Wine is a boutique wine shop with over 100 best wines under $15, as well as higher end wines. Featuring many accessories and gift items. 11am—7pm 11am—8pm 11am—6pm Noon—5pm Now Open Empire Deli 133 W. Main, Suite 212 810-772-8460 The Empire Deli is now open. A “New York Style” full service delicatessen—Bringing the Taste of New York to Northville. Open 10:30am—8:30pm Monday— Saturday, 10:30am—6pm Sunday • • • • • Simply Wine is open until 9pm for the monthly First Friday Art Walks. Sparr’s Flowers Has Closed Sparr’s Flowers located at 156 N. Center has recently closed. Uniquely Yours, Inc. has moved into the building and will continue to carry a floral selection. Uniquely Yours Opens in former Sparr’s location Uniquely Yours Flower Shop 156 N. Center 248-347-0088 Uniquely Yours Flower Shop is a friendly, familyowned and operated full-service florist. We offer only the freshest and highest quality flowers receiving Imported deli meats from Italy and New York Mozzarella made fresh daily Signature sandwiches Fresh baked goods Tasty gelato . 6 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 NEWS AND EVENTS A Great Holiday Idea from Sherrus Gallery Sherrus Gallery of Fine Art 133 W. Main 248-380-0470 www.sherrusgallery.com Many of us have them -- a delicate lace handkerchief belonging to a great aunt folded neatly in the top shelf of your linen closet; a black and white photo of your great grandfather tucked away in an old novel; the sports jersey your son earned playing his best one hockey season packed neatly away in a storage box -family heirlooms, diplomas, needlework, sports memorabilia and other mementoes -- all stored out of reach and out of mind. There’s no better motivator than the holiday season to frame your cherished collectables, print or canvas pieces, decorative mirrors for gift giving or to keep for yourself. “People have a tendency to put off framing family heirlooms or a favorite piece of art because they’re unsure how they want to frame the piece and uncertain of the cost,” said Sherrus Gallery owner, Sherri Mewha. “At Sherrus, our design consultants make framing an enjoyable experience for customers, working with them to find the perfect design within their price range.” Gallery Director, Sara Marlowe said that some customers are overwhelmed at first by the daunting combination of frames, mats and fillets available. “Usually after a short consultation with the customer, we’ve learned enough about their interests to narrow down their selection to a few options,” said Marlowe. Many of our repeat customers simply drop their pieces off and schedule a return appointment to review our recommendations with price quotes.” The key to great framing is to understand a few general framing guidelines and more importantly, have fun and let your imagination lead you to a final decision that “clicks,” for you. “Selecting the right look for a piece is more of an emotional feeling you get when you see the perfect match that reflects your personal style,” added Marlowe. Holiday Ornament & Paint Workshop for Children Awakening...The Artist Inside 133 W. Main, Suite 210 248-347-0807 www.awakeningtheartistinside.com Handmade gifts from a child are treasured heirlooms that bring great joy to the lucky recipient and the young artist as well! Awakening … The Artist Inside is offering hour-long Holiday Workshops on Thursday, December 20 and Friday, December 21. Children ages 3 to10 years can choose from two workshops: “Festive Ornaments” - Students work with colored bakeable clay to sculpt miniature ornaments of their own unique design. 1-2 pm Festive Ornaments 4-5 pm Festive Ornaments Ages 3-5 Ages 6-10 “Holiday Celebration Painting” - Commemorating a holiday theme of their choice, students will use their imagination to create an acrylic canvas panel masterpiece. 2-3 pm Holiday Celebration Painting 3-4 pm Holiday Celebration Painting Ages 3-5 Ages 6-10 The cost to participate in each workshop is $18 including supplies. Class space is limited so early registration is recommended. To register, please call Awakening … The Artist Inside at 248.347.0807 or stop by the store at its new location at 133 W. Main Street in Northville Square. REGISTRATION BY PHONE IS EASY WITH VISA, MASTERCARD, OR DISCOVER! Store visitors will be impressed by the vast selection of age-appropriate educational and fun art activity projects available for boys and girls of all ages that make gift-giving a cinch. Knowledgeable sales associates will happily assist customers with all their art-care needs and help them select from an extensive inventory of art supplies for both children and adults including leading art brands, art instruction books, fine art papers, and a full line of children’s art supplies. Awakening … The Artist Inside offers a wide variety of art classes for children, teens, and adults, taught by local art teachers and artists. Age-appropriate classes focus on classical training in drawing, watercolor, oil, acrylics, pastels and more. Just in time for the holiday season, Awakening is offering a 30 percent discount on any single item, excluding class registration fees, gift certificates or sale items. Sign up now! 7 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 NEWS AND EVENTS New Hope for the New Year New Hope Center for Grief Support 113 E. Dunlap 248-348-0115 www.newhopecenter.net December 7, 7 – 10pm New Hope Center for Grief Support in cooperation with Eric Guidobono and Guidobono Building Company will be hosting a Holiday Open House at Novi’s spectacular community of Tuscany Reserve. You are invited to tour the charming Bella Casa model with its European-inspired architecture and design detail. The evening also includes a luscious Chocolate Fountain, hors d’ oeuvres provided by Tirami Su, Brann’s Steakhouse, Cassel’s Catering, Genitti’s, and more; musical entertainment will be provided along with complimentary valet parking, raffle and prizes. Cost: $35.00 per adult (21 and over only) $20 is tax deductible Celebrating 30 Years Van Dam’s Boutique 111 E. Main 248-449-4282 Please join us on December 7th from 6:00pm— 9:00pm as we roll out the red carpet for a champagne toast to 30 YEARS IN BUSINESS!! Thirty years ago, my mother and I went to lunch. Over a glass of wine and linguini with scallops, my life would change forever. I had a degree in education but could not find a job. My mother was an executive secretary looking for something different. Within a month, we had rented a store, bought fixtures and were on a plane to New York to purchase goods. The rest, as they say, is history. Thirty years in business doesn’t just happen. It is the result of the wonderful people who support it faithfully. I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for letting me do something I so love, for so many years. Christine Van Dam Directions: The model home is on the north side of Eight Mile Road and west of Beck. Address: 20966 Barola Drive, Northville RSVP: Call New Hope Center at 248-348-0115 by December 3rd. Event Significance: New Hope Center for Grief Support is a 501c3 non-profit organization that reaches out to those in our community and throughout southeastern, MI who are grieving the death of a loved one. New Hope’s mission, centered in Christian principles, is to help people work through their grief and offer hope and healing to all. This event is one the larger fundraisers that New Hope relies upon to provide the funds, support and means by which New Hope Center can continue to offer support groups, seminars, workshops and other grief services free-ofcharge. Extended Holiday Hours UPS Store 143 CadyCentre 248-344-1980 www.theupsstore.com The UPS Store offers a full range of document services to get your projects done fast, and done right. • Full color digital printing and copying • Binding, laminating and collating • E-mail your files or bring them in. • Extended holiday hours begin December 9th December 9 Noon—6pm December 10-14 8:30am—8pm December 15 9am—6pm December 16 Noon—6pm December 17 –21 8:30am—8pm December 22 9am—6pm December23 Noon—5pm Resume regular hours December 26 Story time with Jean As The Page Turns 149 N. Center Street, Suite 102 248 912 0085 www.asthepageturns.biz “Once Upon a Golden Apple” by Jean Little When: 12:30 - 1:00pm December 1 Price: $miles 8 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 R E W A R D S C A R D P RO G R A M As a way to reinforce how much the downtown businesses value the community’s support, the Northville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) introduced the Rewards Card Program at Townie Night. Rewards Cards are available at all participating merchants, the DDA office (215 W. Main), and the Chamber of Commerce (195 S. Main). Ask for your Rewards Card today! How the Rewards Card Program works: • Merchants will run specials of their choice exclusively for Rewards Card holders. • Show your Rewards Card at participating businesses to receive the current special. • Visit the DDA website for current specials. • Offers are subject to change or termination without notice. 35 Ways to Save this Holiday Season • Alexander’s Custom Clothiers 124 W. Main 248-349-6080 Awakening . . . The Artist Inside 133 W. Main (Northville Square) 248-347-0807 Broughton Music Center 141 N. Center, Suite 103 248-449-4282 Chocolates by Renee 118 W. Main 248-349-6362 Cobbler’s Corner 104 E. Main 248-348-6114 Dueto 102 E. Main 248-449-4600 Fine Threads 105 E. Main 248-349-5097 Four Seasons Flowers 149 E. Main 248-349-0671 Goody Two Shoes 124 E. Main 248-465-0900 Healthy Solutions 137 E. Main 248-305-5785 *$5 off alterations of $50 or more • *15% off a single item, excludes sale items • *Additional 10% off sheet music, accessories, & instruments • *15% off a pound box of Truffles • *20% off Minnetonka moccasins • *15% off one full priced item, excludes Tom Ford eyewear • *20% off any one item • *10% off any fresh floral purchase • *$5 OFF any pair of shoes, excludes CROCS • *10% off vitamins *2 for $5 glow-in-the-dark Croc charms 9 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 R E W A R D S C A R D P RO G R A M • Images Interior Design Center, LLC * 107 N. Center 248-735-3991 Jasmine’s 146 Mary Alexander Court 248-465-9393 LaCorsetiere 123 E. Main 248-449-6603 Margo’s of Northville Salon & Spa 141 E. Cady 248-348-9130 Nancy & Allie 141 N. Center 248-349-9900 NOMI 133 W. Main 248-449-3200 Northville Candle & Gifts 124 N. Center 248-380-7059 Northville Gallery 147 E. Main 248-465-9630 Pear-aphernalia 184 E. Main 248-596-1430 Pendleton 117 N. Center 248-596-9820 Petite Maison 103 E. Main 248-348-9710 Pure Barre Fitness Studio 133 W. Main (Northville Square) 248-305-8414 10% off any item in store item Excludes custom orders • *$4 off total bill of $30 or more Dine in or carry out • *10% off purchase • *$5 off haircut & blow dry (select stylists) *10 off hot stone massage (regularly $95) *20% off all Wella Color Preserve products *15% off any full-priced clothing item • • *1/2 off any dessert with the purchase of any entree • *10% off selection of coffee mugs • *10% off all paintings • *See store for this month's Reward's special • * Take an additional 20% off all sale merchandise on First Fridays. • *10% off any custom holiday arrangement • *One free Pure Barre class *One free other class *10% off retail *Offer not be combined with any other discount *5% off all products (excludes electronic items) • Scottie’s Kitchen 149 N. Center 248-344-799 Script and the City 105 N. Center 248-349-3885 • *10% off total purchase Excludes custom orders 10 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 R E W A R D S C A R D P RO G R A M • Serenity Day Spa 142 MainCentre 248-465-1470 Sherrus Gallery of Fine Art 133 W. Main (Northville Square) 248-380-0470 Sizzling Sticks 144 Mary Alexander Court 248-380-9400 Starring “The Gallery” 118 W. Main 248-347-1642 The Moon and Me 116 E. Main 248-344-1014 The Tom James Gallery of Fine Art 117 E. Main 248-349-0105 *$50 Manicure & pedicure or *10% off spa facial or 50 minute massage • *10% off a framing job • *10% off total food purchase • *10% off entire purchase Excludes sale items • *10% off total purchase. • *10% discount to first time custom framing clients. Gallery will feature one selected item each First Friday Open House at 25% off gallery price. 10% off all other gallery items. *10% off boxes *10% off packaging service • The UPS Store 143 CadyCentre 248-344-1980 Tutto 141 N. Center, Suite 102 248-348-8886 Urban Blues 114 W. Main 248-344-9000 Utopia Salon & Spa 170 E. Main 248-465-7700 Van Dam’s Boutique 111 E. Main 248-449-4282 • *15% off select showroom chandeliers Good through December 31, 2007 • *25% off all “skinny” jeans • *20% off spa services for new clients only • *15% off any regular priced goods 11 NORTHVILLE TIMES December 1, 2007 NEWS AND EVENTS Tis the Season for Northville Gift Certificates! The Northville Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce gift certificates available for purchase to local Northville businesses. Over 60 participating local merchants. Order gift certificates from virtually anywhere, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You’ll receive the gift certificates, a gift envelope and a list of participating merchants. You can purchase Gift Certificates by: 1. Visiting the Chamber website 2. Call Certifichecks at 1-877-770-4438 3. Visit the Chamber office to purchase. Invest in Northville Shop Local! timeless. . . with a twist t-shirts Perfect for holiday gift giving! $6 each Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large Available at these downtown locations: DDA office 215 W. Main 349-0345 Margo’s Salon & Spa 141 E. Main 348-9130 Northville Candle 124 N. Center 380-7059 Starring “The Gallery” 118 W. Main 347-1642 Chamber of Commerce 195 S. Main 349-7640 Marquis Theatre office 135 E. Main 349-8110 For Lease Office space available, 670 sq ft Retail space available, 2,820 sq. ft. Contact Jim Long at 248-349-4400 Northville Square 133 W. Main St. Retail, restaurant, and office space available in a climate controlled streetscape environment. For more information please call 248-347-3900 or visit their website. DDA News is Online Past and current issues of the DDA News are available on the DDA website. Click here The DDA office is open Monday through Friday 9:00am—4:30 pm. Lori M. Ward, AICP DDA Director email@example.com Cindy Abar Administrative Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Goodfellows Newspaper Drive The annual Goodfellows Newspaper Drive, coordinated by the Northville Rotary Club, is scheduled for Saturday, December 8th 9AM - 1:00 p.m. One hundred percent of the event proceeds are donated to Northville Civic Concern to ensure that no child goes without a Christmas. 215 W. Main Northville, MI 48167 Phone: 248-349-0345 Fax: 248-305-9049 The DDA Board meets the third Tuesday of the month. Information on DDA Board members can be found on the City of Northville website. Click here. 12
"Northville Times Newsletter - December 1_ 2007"