News & Notes - 6/28/23 Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle

Birmingham-Bloomfield Eagle | Published June 27, 2023


Danny D & the Vagabonds play Beverly Park
BEVERLY HILLS — This summer’s Concert in the Park series presented by the village of Beverly Hills Parks and Recreation Board is well underway. The next show in the series is on July 14 and will feature a performance by Danny D & the Vagabonds.

The Rod Stewart tribute band is also known for playing Motown and pop hits.

For refreshments, The Great Greek Food Truck will be at the event. The first concert of the series was on June 2 featuring One Foot in the Groove. The final concert will take place Aug. 4 with Northgate Drive.

Each concert takes place at Beverly Park, 18801 Beverly Road, Beverly Hills. This series is free to the public, and each concert starts at 7 p.m.


Pre-register for next year’s BPS bus services
BIRMINGHAM — Birmingham Public Schools is now using a digital form to collect information for bus transportation services. The routes for the 2023-2024 school year are currently being developed.

Students must be pre-registered through the digital form by July 28 in order to access regularly scheduled services.

The Bus Transportation Opt-In Form can be found on the Transportation Department’s page on


The Allen House in Birmingham reopens
BIRMINGHAM — Both the Allen House and the Hunter House are open and operating under regular hours.

The Birmingham Museum’s Allen House was temporarily closed May 1-June 15. This closure was a part of the museum’s window restoration project.



Franklin Community Association presents Music on the Green
FRANKLIN — The Franklin Community Association is hosting Music on the Green 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, June 28, at 32325 Franklin Road.

This event, sponsored by Superior National Bank, is free to everyone. Packin Heat is the featured performer of the concert. Guests are encouraged to bring folding chairs or blankets and enjoy the music. There will be food trucks at the event; however, guests can also pack their own picnic lunch to enjoy.

The community is welcome to visit the museum this summer to explore the current featured exhibit, “A Tapestry of Birmingham: Exploring Our Diversity.”