In addition to the hurried sense of Fall to get outdoor projects completed, leaves cleaned up, and getting yards ready for winter, this October is also a busy month for events!
Fall Seniors Expo
Where: Midland Mall
When: Wednesday, October 15, 10am – 4pm
Each spring and fall we enjoy meeting guests at the Midland Mall Seniors Expo. We will have our landscape experts available an an exhibit set up with landscaping ideas and information on our maintenance services. Additionally, the holidays are coming! It won’t be long before we’ll be scheduling our crews for residential and commercial holiday lighting. Learn more about the service at the Seniors Expo.
Greatest of the Great Lakes Bay Party
Where: Midland Center for the Arts (MCFTA)
When: Wednesday, October 15, 7:00-10:00 pm (VIP Registration begins at 6:00 pm)
Join us to celebrate! We are giving away 4 tickets on our Facebook Page.
Enjoy tasting of the region’s greatest food, get an awesome goody bag, and join in some cocktails with friends from our community.
The 2014 winners of the Greatest of the Great Lakes Bay contest will be celebrating at the annual winners party, to be held this year in Midland at the Midland Center for the Arts. The Great Lakes Bay Magazine always puts on a party with flair, and we’re excited to see what they have in store this year!
Maier & Associates “Just for Kids” Benefit Dinner
Where: Saginaw Horizons Conference Center
When: Thursday, October 23. Begins at 5:30 pm with Cocktails (tickets & details)
Who will win the annual “Just for Kids” Camaro giveaway! Attend the event and find out!
Reder Landscaping is proud to be an ongoing sponsor of “Just for Kids” Charitable Organization. This unique Great Lakes Bay Region charity is a bit different than other children’s charities. Compared to most foundations, they take don’t have standing “programs” for which people can apply. Instead they look at the need – and then develop the resources and partners needed to address it. And whenever possible, they offer financial assistance as a match, rather than a handout.
Currently, 3,855 children in our Mid-Michigan region live in poverty. Would you like to help, too? Learn More about Just for Kids here.