This is a past event.

Angela Hospice's 9th Annual Walk of Remembrance

Angela Hospice invites you to the 9th Annual Walk of Remembrance. Experience fellowship in the beautiful outdoors with a common goal in mind -- to honor, remember, and celebrate the loved ones we've lost. A 2.3-mile route weaves throughout the picturesque grounds of the Felician Sisters. Refreshments and rock painting will follow. All ages welcome. The walk begins with an opening ceremony at 10 a.m. Registration includes an event T-shirt and a keepsake ribbon to personalize. For additional information, contact Helen Balmforth at Angela Hospice: (734) 953-6045 or email [email protected] Register online at: http://www.angelahospice.org/events/walk-of-remembrance/

Venue Details

  • Madonna University

    36600 Schoolcraft Rd., Livonia Greater Detroit Area

    (734) 432-5300; (734) 432-5393 (FAX)

Nearby

  • or

Newsletters

Join Detroit Metro Times Newsletters

Subscribe now to get the latest news delivered right to your inbox.

Everyone we saw at the Twerk x Tequila event at Detroit’s Aretha Franklin Amphitheatre

Twerk x Tequila returned to Detroit as it made its way across the country, from New Orleans to New York to Chicago.…

By Josh Justice

New Slideshow
54 slides

All the people we saw partying at the Jerk X Jollof Summer Series: Bashment Edition party at the Belt in Detroit

Jerk X Jollof continued its summer series on Saturday, July 2 with its Caribbean-themed Bashment edition at the Belt alley in downtown…

By Marc Klockow

All the people we saw partying at the Jerk X Jollof Summer Series: Bashment Edition party at the Belt in Detroit
38 slides

Everyone we saw at Light Up Livernois 2022 on Detroit’s Avenue of Fashion

Light Up Livernois celebrated fashion, art, design, and creative influence along Detroit’s historic Avenue of Fashion on Saturday, showcasing more than 300…

By Mike Pfeiffer

New Slideshow
111 slides

Everyone we saw supporting abortion rights at the Downriver Rally for Bodily Autonomy in Wyandotte

On Thursday, an estimated 1,800 people gathered at Wyandotte's Bishop Park for the Downriver Rally for Bodily Autonomy to protest in support…

By Joe Maroon

Everyone we saw rallying at the Downriver Rally for Bodily Autonomy in Wyandotte
148 slides