A great breakfast for a great cause! Held at the Masonic Lodge on north Main Street.
Adults $5.00, Children 5-12 $2.00, Children under 5 FREE
For more information, contact Tom Dickinson at (586) 727-1888
Men's and women's teams compete for the title in each of their divisions. Tournament finals held at the Richmond Community School fields off of Division (32 Mile Road).
Call Bill Ewing at (586) 727-1981 for more information.
Join with fellow Christians of various backgrounds and traditions for a fun, fast-paced, energetic worship service that celebrates our family of faith. Held at Trinity Lutheran Church, 35110 Division Rd. For more information, visit www.tlcrichmond.org
Cost $5.00 per participant. Pits east of the Richmond Community Center on Festival Drive.
NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ALLOWED.
The vendors and merchants at the Richmond Good Old Days sell many useful and interesting products. Vendors will be lined up along Washington & Beebe Streets, next to the Festival Grounds. Come check it out!
For more info call - Mike Misteravich (586) 764-6979 or Sue Misteravich (586) 770-5663.
Please see "Forms" tab for vendor applications and rules and regulations.
Over 100 cars in all classes! Held in the Municipal Parking Lot, next to Maniaci's Banquet Center, on Main Street.
For more information, contact Jim Quinn at (810) 392-1240 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Held at the Richmond Historical Village at Bailey Park.
Bag sale will be held from 4-5 p.m. on Sunday
Come by and try some of the best strawberry shortcake around. Sponsored by the Richmond Area Historical and Genealogical Society. Get yours fast! Only $4 per person.
Macomb Daily Day! Pay one price, ride all night. Carnival rides by Mid America Shows. Present coupon from the Macomb Daily and receive $3.00 (One coupon per person) off one $20.00 pop wristband. Individual ride tickets are also available. (Height restrictions enforced on some rides).
Step back in time! The Old Schoolhouse, Log Cabin, Train Depot, and the Memorial Walkway are open for tours. Sponsored by the Richmond Area Historical and Genealogical Society. No Cost.
The 50th annual "Great Michigan Parade" begins at 1:30 p.m. Voted Michigan's BEST Small Town Parade by The Detroit News, boasting the 2nd largest marching musical parade in Michigan. A proud Richmond tradition! Fun for young and old alike.
Special presentation of the Pipes and Drums