Friday, November 23, 2012
City and county offices will be closed today in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
Municipal offices will be closed today in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Trash collection is also delayed one day. The following offices are closed today:
Thursday, November 22, 2012
Government offices, the city library and facilities in St. Clair Shores will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday.
The following city and county offices in St. Clair Shores will be closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. 40th District Court Civic Arena St. Clair Shores Offices St. Clair Shores Library Senior Activities Center Trash pick-up Macomb Community College, Center Campus Macomb County Government Offices & Courts U.S. Post Office Are we missing something you'd like to know about? Tell us in the comments.
Check out hours for Target, Kmart, Walmart and more before heading out to score those Black Friday deals.
Black Friday is slowly seeping into Thanksgiving, with several big box stores slated to open their doors at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 22 in preparation for the biggest shopping day of the year. Kohl's, Macy's, Best Buy and Parisian will open at midnight Black Friday, while a few stores such as Target, Kmart and Walmart begin their sales Thanksgiving night. If your shopping plan on Black Friday includes hitting the Hall Road stores, here is a list of holiday store hours to help you organize your route.
Thanksgiving dinner can be a work of art for some families. Share photos from your dinners on Patch.
Happy Thanksgiving! After days of shopping, planning and cooking, the time to serve Thanksgiving dinner is here. Before cutting into the turkey, scooping out the mashed potatoes or slicing the pumpkin pie, take a photo and share your dinner masterpiece on Patch! Just click on the "upload photos" button to share our dinner spread. Bon appetite!
Family, the community and friends -- these are all things St. Clair Shores residents said they are thankful for this year. What are you thankful for?
As we all gather around the table today for Thanksgiving dinner, people throughout St. Clair Shores will be sharing what they are thankful for this year. Readers attending the St. Clair Shores Senior Activities Center Thanksgiving Dinner shared what they are thankful for this year. What are you thankful for? Add it to the comments section! You can also add a photo of what you're thankful for to our gallery at the right.
Restaurants, bars and event the St. Clair Shores Country Club will be open on Thanksgiving.
For those looking to pass on cooking, get away from the family after dinner or hit the links, Patch has a sampling of businesses open on Thanksgiving. Dinner Bars Golf
Looking for something for your little ones to do after dinner? Print out our coloring pages.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Members of the St. Clair Shores Senior Activities Center, the center's supporters and the community gathered this week for the annual Thanksgiving dinner.
Turkey, stuffing and all the fixings were served up to 150 members of the St. Clair Shores Senior Activities Center, supporters of the center and the community who gathered this week for the annual Thanksgiving dinner. "It is a great time to gather around and give thanks," said Sue Fickau, senior center coordinator. The dinner is one of many events, programs and trips offered throughout the year at the center.
Unemployed workers can call the state's automated MARVIN system to claim benefits through Nov. 22-23.
Sunday, November 18, 2012
Although the State of Michigan’s Unemployment Insurance Agency will be closed for two days next week, unemployed workers can still contact the agency’s automated MARVIN system throughout the week to claim their unemployment benefits. The UIA will be closed to observe the Thanksgiving holiday on Nov. 22, and Nov. 23. Unemployed workers claiming benefits in Michigan must contact MARVIN by telephone or online once every two weeks to certify that they are unemployed and meet the eligibility requirements for unemployment benefits. MARVIN is available online to those with free online web accounts at www.michigan.gov/uia and is available to users anytime during their reporting week from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to …
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
From Beaujolais Nouveau to Eiswein, there are a whole variety of wines to complement your Thanksgiving dinner.
Thanksgiving means turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie and other great things to eat. All that good food deserves something good to drink. Fortunately, your local wine seller has plenty of options for Thanksgiving Day, including the ever popular Beaujolais Nouveau, which goes on shelves Thursday, a week before Thanksgiving “It’s a bottle to celebrate the harvest,” said Calvin Khemmoro of Merchant’s Fine Wine in Grosse Pointe Woods. The red wine, best served chilled, is young (about 6 weeks old) and does not age well. The price of a bottle of Beaujolais Nouveau ranges from $8.99-$12.99, Khemmoro said. “People look forward to it,” Khemmoro said. “It’s very fruit forward. It’s very dry.” But if Beaujolais Nouveau is not your style, Khemmoro …