troymi.gov.1. The Troy City Council meets on Monday with its opening meeting convening at 7:30 p.m. Among the items on the agenda are a salute to the 2012-13 state champion Troy High School girls varsity soccer team, an update on the Troy Transit Center, and ratification of a contract for the Troy Communications Supervisors Association. For more information, visit:
2. Friends of Troy Seniors and Oakmont Senior Communities hosts Oakmont Presents, on Thursday at 9 a.m. The program at the Troy Community Center will teach the sources, symptoms, and consequences of stress, featuring speaker Nancy Piatek. Call (248) 526-2608 to register. For more information, visit: Successful Solutions for Solving Stress.
3. The Organization for Bat Conservation will bring vampire bats to the Troy Public Library with an engaging program all about cave-dwelling animals. The fun, free, family program is scheduled for Wednesday at 2 p.m. For more information, visit: Life Beneath the Surface, Featuring Vampire Bats.
4. The Troy Nature Society offers kids ages three and older through adults the chance to catch and observe animals living in the Nature Center's pond. The event is scheduled for 10-11 a.m. on Wednesday. For more information, including cost, and how to register, visit: Peek at the Pond.
5. Get active with jump ropes, badminton, super hoops, cornhole, and whirly tops at the Troy Historic Society with a special program scheduled for 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Wednesday. All ages are welcome and there is no cost to play. Feel free to bring a picnic lunch. This program is partially funded by a grant through the Brooksie Way Foundation. For more information, visit: Games on the Green.
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