Swiss steak dinner is on the menu Friday at Adrian Moose
ADRIAN – The Adrian Moose Inn and Family Center No. 1034, 111 S. Main St., will be offering… In downtown Adrian, traditional Swiss steak dinners are from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday, September 1, as part of a First Friday special.
An announcement from Adrian Moss said the meal was open to the public and all Moss members.
Along with the main entree of Swiss steak, meals come with mashed potatoes, hot vegetables, coleslaw, dinner rolls with butter, and dessert.
Dinner is $12 for dine-in customers and $13 for takeout.
To place an order for pickup, call Adrian Moose at 517-263-8023. The announcement said that the center’s back door would be open to receive external orders.
As another special on First Fridays, Adrian Moose will have $2 root beer floats.
The Lenawee County recycling drop-off site will be closed for sealcoating
ADRIAN — Sealcoating maintenance planned for this weekend will temporarily close a Lenawee County recycling site.
The county announced that the drop-off site will be closed from Saturday, Sept. 2, to Monday, Sept. 4, which is Labor Day. The county said the sealcoating planned for the site is a “key project” that is “intended to enhance the site’s durability and quality of service.”
The recycling site, available for use by all Lenawee County residents, will reopen on Tuesday, September 5. It is located at 307 River St. in Adrian, near the corner of River and Race streets.
Residents with questions or concerns can visit www.lenawee.mi.us, call 517-264-4511 and select option 1, or email email@example.com.
The Friends of Tecumseh Library used the book sale on Saturday
TECUMSEH — The Tecumseh Area Library’s monthly used book sale is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 2, at the library, 215 N. Ottawa Street.
The sale will take place in the basement of the bookstore, according to an announcement from the Friends.
The announcement said that new and used books would be put up for sale, along with a large collection of children’s books, some of which were at special prices.
“We also have a large selection of puzzles and DVDs priced to sell,” the ad reads. “Maybe you’ll find a book for that discerning reader. Do you have a favorite author? Come and browse our extensive collection of author-shelf fiction. Each week we add additional books to the collection.
The monthly book sale serves as a fundraiser for the library and benefits library programming and building improvements.
Donations of gently used books are welcome, especially books aimed at children, the announcement said. Book donations are accepted for all age levels. Donations can be made to the library’s front circulation desk during business hours.
Wright-Waldron Fire & EMS will have a pancake breakfast and cornhole tournament on Saturday
WALDRON – Wright-Waldron Fire & EMS in eastern Hillsdale County will have an eventful Labor Day weekend on Saturday, September 2, with a pancake and sausage breakfast followed by a cornhole tournament in the afternoon.
Breakfast will be served from 7 to 10 a.m. at the fire hall, 112 Center St., Waldron.
The Cornhole Tournament, also held at the fire station, begins with registration at 3 p.m. and bag fly-ins at 4 p.m. There is a $40 entry fee for the double-elimination tournament. Fire Chief Dennis McKnight can be contacted at 517-425-8339 for more information.
All proceeds from the activity day will help the fire department purchase equipment so it can better serve the community, a flyer said. A bake sale is also scheduled as part of the Cornhole Tournament on Saturday.
Tecumseh Library offers Hosta Workshop
TECUMSEH — A workshop at Hidden Lake Gardens on growing hosts will begin the Tecumseh Area Library’s September program roster.
The workshop is scheduled for 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 6 at the Gardens, 6214 Monroe Road, Tipton, and library registration is required. To register, call 517-423-2238 or visit www.tecumsehlibrary.org. The workshop, a partnership between Hidden Lake Gardens and the Tecumseh Library, is open to all ages.
Those who sign up for the free program will be able to tour HLG’s Hosta Hillside collection. They will also learn about the history of the hosta variety with Paul Pfeiffer, managing director of Hidden Lake Gardens.
“Hostas are one of the most popular perennials in shade gardens,” the library said in a press release. “Discover the most popular hosta varieties. See the variety of leaves, flowers, sizes, shapes, and colors of hosta plants. Determine hosta planting requirements as well as strategies for protecting them from pests including deer.
The Greater Lenawee Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Club has a program Sept. 7
ADRIAN — The monthly Breakfast Club hosted by the Greater Lenawee Chamber of Commerce is scheduled to meet Thursday, Sept. 7, at the Adrian Armory Event Center, 230 W. Maumee St.
Monthly breakfasts are free for GLCC members and $5 per person for non-room members, according to a GLCC news release. Registration is required and can be completed by visiting www.greaterlenaweechamber.org. Breakfasts are served from 8 to 9 a.m. on the first Thursday of the month.
Anyone interested in sponsoring or presenting any of the Breakfast Club programs may contact GLCC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-423-3740. Sponsors for the September Breakfast Club meeting are Lenawee Now and Clever Ideas Marketing.
Next week’s program schedule includes communication from 8 to 8:30 a.m.; and a presentation from speaker, trainer and coach Bill Kenyon from 8:30 to 8:45 a.m.; Additional outreach is scheduled from 8:45 to 9 a.m