Annual Events Brought To You By The Royal Oak Chamber
Sunday, May 13 from 7am-2pm
This annual flower and garden sale, held annually on Mother’s Day for the past 23 years, draws residents and visitors to the Williams Street Parking lot to shop for flowers, plants, landscaping items, and decorative elements for their lawns. Nearly 70 vendors attend, offering everything from perennials to copper sprinklers, annuals to trees, tomato plants to wind chimes, porch swings to etched stones. Designed to help Royal Oak homeowners beautify their property, Royal Oak in Bloom is a Mother’s Day tradition for many. Interested in becoming a vendor or a sponsor? Please contact our Director of Events & Communications,Jennifer Clark at JenniferC@RoyalOakChamber.com
Saturday, June 9 from 10 am-8 pm
Sunday, June 10 from 11 am-5 pm
This award-winning art show features works created from heat using fire and earth. Held in the heart of the downtown, the only mediums presented in this June show are Clay, Glass & Metal pieces, ranging from jewelry to large, decorative pieces. Entrees are juried by a group of artists to ensure only the best of the best are presented. Interested in being one of our artists? Please email Mark Loeb at Mark@Integrityshows.com or apply online at https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=6144 Deadline is March 14, 2018.
Saturday, September 15 from 10 am-6 pm
Sunday, September 16 from 11 am-5 pm
The Royal Oak Chamber of Commerce invites you to discover Barktoberfest, a fall festival for dogs and their people. Centered around locally-brewed craft beer and music, this is the most dog-friendly event in town!
Barktoberfest encourages you to leash up your pooch pal and come out to enjoy a locally brewed beer, food and live music while you browse vendor booths with everything from pet-related products to locally made crafts to bottlecap creations and cool wearables for craft beer collectors. Dogs can compete in the Howl-a-ween Costume Contest, Weiner Dog Race, and More.
So bring your BFF -- human or canine -- for an afternoon of food, shopping, fun, music, and oh yeah ... locally brewed beer. $5 per person (kids under 10 free). IDs are required. Live entertainment, food, dog contests and shopping -- centered around locally-brewed craft beer -- make this a fun event for all ages!