News & Notes - 5/24/23 Sterling Heights Sentry

Sterling Heights Sentry | Published May 24, 2023


Make time for turtles
The Sterling Heights Public Library, 40255 Dodge Park Road, will hold an “It’s Turtle Time” event at 10:30 a.m. May 30. The event will feature appearances by real Michigan turtles along with turtle songs, races and information. Capacity is limited, so register by visiting, or learn more by calling (586) 446-2665.


City to host cornhole games
The Sterling Heights Bocce Barn will host Drop-in Corn Hole Nights 5-9 p.m. May 24-26. The Bocce Barn is located behind the Sterling Heights Senior Center, 40200 Utica Road.

The event doesn’t require RSVPs, so players may walk in. Admission is free for Sterling Heights residents with ID proof and costs $5 for nonresidents. Learn more by calling (586) 446-2700.


Park to host health expo
The Dodge Park Farmers Market Pavilion, 40620 Utica Road, will host a Healthy Living Expo 10 a.m.-1 p.m. May 24. The event will feature vendors, free screenings, diet tips, doctors and more. Admission and a lunch are free, and the first 300 guests will get a free tote bag.

The Sterling Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce is presenting the expo. Learn more by calling the city at (586) 446-2700.


Help clean up Delia Park
The Clinton River Watershed Council is looking for volunteers of “all ages, backgrounds and skill levels” to help clean up Delia Park, 3001 18 Mile Road, 10 a.m.-noon May 31, rain or shine. Participants will remove garbage and woody debris from the park. Learn more by visiting or by calling (248) 601-0606.


Reminder: The Memorial Day Parade is coming
Sterling Heights’ 44th annual Memorial Day Ceremony will start at 9 a.m. May 29 outside City Hall, 40555 Utica Road, followed by a 10 a.m. parade. The day’s events will also include a Tuskegee Airmen flyover. Learn more by visiting or by calling (586) 446-2489.