There is a lot going on this week. Here are some highlights:
- Meetings: There is an Oakland Township Planning Commission meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Township Hall. Items on the agenda include a Goodison plan update and drafting Planning Commission bylaws.
- Library events: Karen A.J. Miller is giving a Detroit During World War II presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Rochester Hills Public Library. At 7 p.m. Thursday, art history professor Beverly Smith will give a lecture about ancient symbols and how they have influenced societies around the world throughout history.
- Historical Society program: At 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Oakland Township Historical Society (OTHS) will host a program called "Unmentionables." Diana Borrusch, president of the OTHS, said the program will feature the struggles women went through to look good and have a nice shape in the olden days. This program will be held at the Main House at Cranberry Lake Farm and will be free of charge.
- Stuff the Truck: Starting at 9 a.m. Wednesday through March 21, Parisian at the Village of Rochester Hills will collect gently used clothing for Goodwill Industries' Stuff the Truck to help raise money for programs that help unemployed people in Detroit gain employment.
- Weather: Temperatures are expected to rise and fall again this week, according to the National Weather Service. Monday's forecast calls for a high near 27 degrees with partly sunny skies and mild winds. Temperatures will rise Tuesday to a high near 45 degrees with mostly sunny skies and wind gusts that could get a high as 29 mph. On Wednesday, temperatures will peak at 56 degrees and cool down that night with rain showers also in the forecast. Showers are likely to continue Thursday, but look for mostly sunny skies Friday with a high near 41 degrees.