March 21, 2019
Novi Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services: 248.347.0400
City moving forward with plans for Lakeshore Park
The City of Novi, after Visioning Sessions and feedback from our residents and with the blessing of City Council, is moving forward with plans to upgrade Lakeshore Park.

The 6,200-square-foot building was designed for Novi Parks & Novi Public Library programming. It is to be located on the approximate site as the existing building and plans call for an enhanced parking lot, new park shelter and playground. After meeting with Library kiosk vendors, it was best determined to relocate this amenity adjacent to the parking lot, not attached to the building, for ease of access and use.

The next step in the process is Planning Commission approval and then returning to City Council after the bid proposals are in to award a construction contract. Once construction begins, Lakeshore Park will be closed for the remainder of the year. Thank you to all of our residents for their input and continued support of our Novi.
Take in a free concert by the Novi Choralaires
If you have yet to check out a Novi Choralaires concert, now is the perfect time!

The community chorus, made up of talented residents from Novi and surrounding communities, are hosting their Mini Concert spring show "Nella Fantasia" (In My Fantasy) at 7pm on Tuesday, April 2, at the Novi Public Library. The concert is free.

For more information, visit or find them on Facebook at
Visit with the bunny at Eggstravaganza on April 14
Join us at Fuerst Park from 2-4pm on Sunday, April 14, for the always popular Eggstravaganza event.

Cost is $5 per child, ages 2 & up, and includes crafts, bunny visits, and multiple-age egg hunts. Child should leave their Easter baskets at home.

For more information, call 248.347.0400. Register online at No registrations will be taken at the door. Deadline is April 5.
Head to the pitch for a youth cricket clinic
Novi Parks is hosting a first of its kind youth cricket clinic this summer called KIDZCRIC.

This is an entry level program focused on inspiring and educating the next generation of young cricketers. No equipment is needed, just a water bottle.

The camp takes place at Wildlife Woods Park every Saturday (except July 6) from June 22-July 27 from 6-7:30pm. Cost is $100/resident & $120/non-resident.

For more information, call 248.347.0400.