Located in Oakland County–west of Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair–Farmington, Michigan is a commuter city with a majority of its residents traveling in and out of Ann Arbor or Detroit for work. CNN/Money’s “Top 100 Places to live in 2007,” ranked Farmington number 55. It was also ranked 27th on the Best to Live list in 2013. Although a small town with a population of just over 10,000, Farmington is known for its historic downtown, and has been undergoing renovations and major improvements since 2009. The Governor Warner Mansion plays host to several events throughout the year including the upcoming Floats and Farmington History Porch Party.
You may know bruxism better by the non-clinical name teeth grinding, and it involves grinding or clenching your teeth throughout the day or at night in your sleep. Grinding your teeth may not seem like a big deal, but extreme cases can lead to other health problems. Therefore, it is important to know the causes and symptoms of bruxism in order to protect yourself from it. Continue reading
As temperatures drop and Halloween draws ever nearer, it’s time to head outdoors and enjoy the most beautiful weather of the season. This Thursday, October 23, Swing Farmington is celebrating its last night at its summer location with Hoodie Night at Swing Farmington. Starting at 7:00pm and running until around 11:00pm, swing dance enthusiasts are encouraged to don their favorite hoodies and dance the night away at the Walter E. Sunquist Pavilion, 33113 Grand River Ave. Farmington, MI 48336. Dancers of all skill levels are welcome.
You can learn more about Swing Farmington and their upcoming events at the winter location at St. John Lutheran Church, 23225 Gill Road, Farmington Hills, MI 48335 on the Swing Farmington Facebook page. Continue reading