Check out all the upcoming events at Michigan Memorial Cemetery Park and Funeral Home.
Nov. 6th at 2:30 pm
All Soul's Day Mass
Various Times and Dates
Annual Fishing Derbies
May 19, 9:00am - Fishing Derby for children with physical disabilities hosted by Woodhaven/Brownstown Rotary.
June 3, 9:00am - Fishing Derby for children with physical disabilities, hosted by the Southgate Rotary.
July 2, 2022
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home 20th Anniversary
Join us in celebrating Michigan Memorial Funeral Home's 21st Anniversary on July 2, 2022.
July 6, 2022 - Time: 10:00am - 4:00pm
American Red Cross Blood Drive
July 6, 10:00am - 4:00pm. Our annual American Red Cross Blood Drive held at Michigan Memorial Funeral Home. Please sign up in advance for an appointment time by calling:734-782-2473
October 18, 2022
Michigan Memorial Park's 96th Anniversary
Michigan Memorial Park was incorporated in 1926 by Judge Wm. Heston, when he purchased 178 acres.
Mowing Season Ends
Mowing season ends and wreath placement begins.
November, Time and Date TBD
All Souls Day Mass
Join us for the All Souls Day Mass, held in the Shrine of Remembrance. Officiated by Father John Hedges of St. Stephen Catholic Church. Seats are limited. Please contact the Park for reservations.
April 1 - October 31
Michigan Memorial Park Walking Club
It's never too late to join! Please stop in the Family Service office for an application, map, and incentives. You can also print off and fill out the application ahead of time using the link below.
7:00pm on December 6th, 2022
Christmas Box Angel Vigil
Beginning at 7:00m on December 6th, there will be a Candlelight Vigil held at the Christmas Box Angel Statue in the Park in honor of all children loved, missed and remembered. For Details call 734-782-2473.
March 1 - Annually
Cemetery Spring Clean Up Begins
Cemetery Clean Up: Please make sure all items are removed from graves, niches and mausoleums prior to this date if you wish to keep them.
Annual Outdoor Catholic Mass
Michigan Memorial Park's annual outdoor Catholic Mass, officiated by Father John Hedges from St. Stephen Catholic Church.