Back to the Bricks
GENESEE COUNTY — The Al Bourdeau Insurance Agency hosts miles of fun at the 14th annual Back to the Bricks – Car Cruise on Saginaw St. in Downtown Flint, Aug. 18th from 6 a.m. – 5 p.m. The downtown tent features games and fun for the kids and giveaways throughout the whole day! Make sure to stop by and get entered in our raffle and take your shot in a game of cornhole. RSVP and other details at www.facebook.com/events/442134832954251 to get entered in our Facebook Raffle too! Cruises and car shows all along Saginaw between Flint and Grand Blanc. Details: www.backtothebricks.org. See the events guide online at: grandblancview. mihomepaper.com/documents/Back2Bricks/flip — P.S.
2018 HAP Crim Festival of Races
FLINT — The Crim Fitness Foundation and Crim Races and Events proudy present Genesee County’s premier annual race event, the Crim, Aug. 25 beginning at 7 a.m. in downtown Flint. Main parking at E. 5th Ave. and Saginaw Street. The festival includes a 10- Mile Run/ Walk, 5-Mile Run/Walk, 5k Run/ Family Walk, Michigan Mile Run/ Walk (Friday 8/24/2018) and the kids’ favorite, the Teddy Bear Trot. Details: www.runsignup.com/Race/MI/Flint/ CrimFestivalofRaces — P.S.
Black History Month nominees sought
FLINT — The Genesee District Library is accepting nominations for individuals and organizations to be honored at the annual Black History Month Brunch. The Advisory Committee, which is comprised of members of GDL administration and staff, Board of Trustees and the community at large will accept nominations until Sept. 30 at: www.thegdl.org/component/rsform/form/13-black-history month-brunch-honoree-nomination. Details: 810- 732-5570. — P.S.
Movies under the stars
FLINT — Movies Under the Stars from Communities First, Inc. ends with a final showing of Moana, August 24 at Flint City Hall, back lawn.
This features a pre-party starting at 7:30 p.m. including lawn games, dancing and music and may include bounce houses, special guests and contests. Each guest will receive a bag of popcorn, a drink and candy to enjoy during the movie. The experience is free, however donations are encouraged. — P.S.