FOCUS newsletter

MAY 2022

  1. Farmers Market Opening Day
  2. Attention Canton Voters
  3. Community input needed
  4. River Day and national trails day celebration June 4
  5. Annual fishing derby returns

Preservation Park will be bustling with local growers, food producers and artisans on Sunday, May 8, as the Canton Farmers Market kicks off its regular season from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., at 500 N. Ridge Road.

Grab some lunch from House of Mac. Chef Ramon will be hosting a cooking demonstration, and Bob Skon will be the featured musician. Kids will be able to find Ruby the Market Cardinal for a prize. Additional May highlights also include the Annual Perennial Exchange.

For details, visit or like us on Facebook. See you at the Market!

  1. A message from supervisor graham-hudak
  2. severe weather awareness
  3. records bureau closed

Hello Neighbors!

Spring is in full swing and that means it is time to get outside and give our yards and outdoor spaces some care and attention.

It has been very windy lately, and that means a lot of debris is flying around and landing in our yards. Additionally, this is the time for grass, shrubs and bushes to start growing for the season, and it is important to keep them maintained. Keeping neighborhoods safe and beautiful is the responsibility of all Canton residents, especially home and property owners. A well-kept property makes the home more inviting, enhances the neighborhood and increases property values. Canton urges all property owners to incorporate these guidelines into their routine to keep the community looking good for all to enjoy.

• Clean up after your pets. Pet waste can contain harmful bacteria. When left on sidewalks or yards, it washes into storm drains or roadside ditches polluting our creeks and rivers. Also, please dispose of your pets’ waste in your own trash.

• Keep your property free of debris and clutter to deter pests and rodents from nesting.

• Offer to help neighbors who may not have the ability to maintain their outdoor space.

Be a good neighbor to your fellow homeowners, as well as to the environment in Canton. Everyone’s contribution can make a difference!

  1. Public Safety and MIOSHA training sessions
  2. Lunch and learn with the canton community foundation
  3. Treasurer Slavens' corner

On May 17, Canton Public Safety and MIOSHA are hosting two training sessions for the public at The Village Theater at Cherry Hill.

The first session, held from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m., is “Active Shooter Survival: What is your plan?” This training will help individuals develop strategies to prepare for, react to and try to survive, active shooter and workplace violence incidents.

The second, from 1 - 4 p.m., is “Implementing Your Threat Assessment / Workplace Violence Prevention Program” and is aimed at employers seeking to implement strategies to assess potentially aggressive people and mitigate harm and prevent workplace violence.

For more details and to register for this free training, visit

  1. on stage at the village theater
  2. emergency preparedness training
  3. Liberty Fest volunteer opportunities
  4. bark in the park
  5. liberty fest returns June 1618 with fireworks on friday night

On Friday, May 6, talented singer-songwriter Steven Page, who gained legions of fans as one of the founding members and lead singer of Barenaked Ladies, is set to perform at The Village Theater at Cherry Hill.

His entertaining show will feature music from both his decade-long solo career, as well as classic hits from his 20 years as frontman of the Barenaked Ladies. For more information about this event, visit

Tickets are $30 - $35 and can be purchased in advance at, by phone at 734/394-5300 or at the door, if still available.

  1. free mindfulness classes
  2. parent to parent sale returns
  3. tennis free fun day
  4. conquer the park sprint triathlon

Starting this month, the Summit on the Park will be offering FREE six-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction classes for teens and adults.

This program will teach participants how to recognize stressors in their lives, as well as methods to help re-focus and re-align their days. Learn meditation skills and create positive habits to deal with the stress in your life. Please note, these classes do not replace professional, psychological counseling.

As a pilot session, the Summit on the Park is offering these sessions for free but all those who register must commit to the full session and provide feedback. Adults (18+) will meet on Mondays from 6 - 7 p.m. and Teens (14-17) will meet Thursdays from 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Sessions begin the week of May 15. Register today at For more information, call 734/394-5460.

  1. Pheasant Run Golf club update
  2. Summit Summer shape up membership special

Pheasant Run Golf Club staffs golf professionals for your lesson and learning needs. Staff is on hand seven days a week to provide instruction. Lessons include individual, couple or group formats.

Taught by eye with video analysis available with instructor Scott Kuhn, PGA Associate or Clayton Farnsworth, Teaching Assistant.

Call or email 734/397-6460 or and get started today!