The Community Organization Resource Exchange (CORE) works to provide a network to foster cooperation and coordination among non-profit organizations in the greater Rochester area and to disseminate information about these member organizations to the community.
Interested in becoming a member? Use the Contact Us tab to send in your information.
Do you have a suggestion for a speaker? Use this form to submit an idea
Meetings are held the 3rd Thursday of each month at 8:00a.m.
Use the Contact Us tab to request a link for the meeting.
Rochester Hills Public Library
Rochester Hills Public Library (RHPL) provides life-long learning opportunities, instills a love of reading, and offers equal access to information. The library serves as a community space where visitors enjoy innovative ways to learn and socialize through programs, including an annual summer reading challenge, parent-child workshops, and weekly lectures. The library’s database system allows cardholders to checkout or use eBooks, movies, language and research services, and more from the comfort of home at no cost.
Rochester Hills Public Library is in the City of Rochester and serves the residents of Rochester, Rochester Hills, and Oakland Township. The library has a dedicated millage from the voters in Rochester Hills, an auto-renewing contract with the City of Rochester, and Oakland Township has a library board that contracts with RHPL.
Bicentennial Celebrationat the Rochester Hills Museum
Sunday, Sept 17th12pm - 5pm Pick Your Own Price!
Celebrate a 200 year legacy of the tenacious Stoney Creek Village! Founded in 1823, this vibrant community still shines strong. Visit historic homes and buildings, grab a bite to eat, and enjoy historical banjo music. Learn about Anishinabek culture, explore the gardens, and talk with local history and nonprofit organizations about how you can make an impact. Visit our new exhibits, milk a fake cow, or explore our old archaeological digs and artifacts.
Register and More info here