In brief

Flint “Peter Rabbit” Movies Under The Stars

FLINT — Communities First, Inc. hosts and evening movie event Friday, Aug. 23 from 7:30 – 11 p.m. at the Applewood Estate, 1400 E. Kearsley Street. Don’t miss the last movie of Movies Under the Stars Flint! We’ll show Peter Rabbit in the beautiful lower garden and this event also features a live petting zoo, pony rides, lawn games, a ninja warrior training course and the opportunity to tour the gardens! The pre-party starts at 7:30 and the movie will start promptly at dusk. Details: P.S.

2019 HAP Crim Festival of Races

FLINT — Crim Races hosts their annual race event Aug. 24, 7 a.m.–3 p.m. at 452 S. Saginaw Street. Registration is now open for Michigan’s greatest race! For runners and walkers of all levels and ages, the 2019 HAP Crim Festival of Races has it all! The streets of downtown Flint will once again be packed for the city’s biggest celebration of the year. Register/?raceId=13720. Register for any of the following events, or make it a combo!10 Mile Run/Walk, 5 Mile Half Crim Run/Walk, 5k Run/Family Walk, and the kid’s favorite, the Teddy Bear Trot. Details at P.S.

Hurley NICU Reunion

GRAND BLANC TWP. — Hurley Medical Center hosts their annual reunion of babies and families who spent the first few days, weeks or months of their lives in the Hurley Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit on Aug. 29 from 3–7 p.m. at Bicentennial Park, 1505 E. Grand Blanc Road. Come out for a FREE funfilled afternoon of food, games, prizes and activities. Many Hurley NICU doctors, nurses and NNP’s will be at the event. Bring your NICU photos and stories to share. Siblings and parents of graduates welcome too! Details: events/275004286706395/ — P.S.

Inaugural Deaf Civil Rights 5k run/walk

FLINT — The Michigan Deaf Association and MI Deaf Health host the first Deaf Civil Rights 5k run/walk on Sept. 14, at 8 a.m. at the Michigan School for the Deaf, 1235 W. Court Street. Sales end on Sep 1 at 8 a.m. September is Deaf awareness month! This race was envisioned as a way to promote physical and spiritual health and to increase public awareness of Deaf issues, people, and culture. All proceeds from the 5K will provide the resources to our local Deaf community and will fund programs, workshops, and scholarships to help the deaf community thrive. Details: P.S.