First State Bank has been your hometown bank for over 100 years. Hometown is more than where you bank, it’s the way you live – and we’re right there. First State Bank is not just your bank, we’re your neighbor. We're proud to be involved in the community and to sponsor events that allow our communities to come together in ways that meet people where they are. We are supporting virtual options, creative alternatives to traditional community gatherings as well as those events that we can enjoy safely as-is. Check out what is coming up and join us!VIEW PAST EVENTS
On Friday, September 9th from 4 - 9pm at the Dodge Park Farmers Market
Pavilion, try over a dozen trucks with a wide variety of cuisines.
It.s more than just trucks! They will have Michigan craft beer, yard games, live music from Dj Chris Cruise and activities for the whole family!
You're invited to network with local business professionals at Coffee Talk on September 16 from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m.! Bring your 2-minute "elevator speech" and a stack of business cards, then get ready for speed networking over coffee! Must register to attend.LEARN MORE
On September 16, the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce celebrates and appreciates Lake St. Clair by showing off its wonders, partnered with the MBIA and Metro Boat Show.LEARN MORE
The annual Swing for Showers golf outing benefits the WAVE Project general fund. WAVE Project operates a Mobile Shower Service and Essentials Van serving people experiencing homelessness around Metro Detroit, MI.Learn More
The annual Richmond Area Good Old Days Festival is known for offering a wide variety of events throughout each of the festival's four days. The festival is always the weekend after Labor Day, and runs from Thursday through Sunday (September 8 - 11, 2022).
Each year in September, the Anton Art Center hosts a spectacular party featuring a “taste of Macomb County” which showcases area restaurants and caterers gathered under pavilions just outside their doors. ArtParty guests stroll the venue sampling appetizers, desserts, refreshments and more, while enjoying music as they mingle and dance the night away. Business casual dress is encouraged.Learn More
Join the Macomb Chamber for a Coffee Connection with Exclusive sponsor First State Bank at Cambria Hotel on September 27. This is a wonderful opportunity to network with your fellow Chamber Members and make lasting business connections. Light breakfast refreshments will be servedLearn More
The Chaldean Community Foundation is excited to announce its 4th Annual Awards Gala! This will be the premiere annual event to celebrate the success of a healthy and vibrant Chaldean community here in Southeast Michigan.Learn More
Join us for the annual State of the City Address of Sterling Heights.
Hear Mayor Michael Taylor speak on the state of Sterling Heights, the
status of current project and upcoming initiatives.
The Sunrise Pinnacle Awards is an opportunity for the greater Rochester
communities to come together and honor the accomplishments and contributions
of our region's most visionary leaders, entrepreneurs, nonprofits organizations
You're invited to network with local business professionals at Coffee
Talk on October 14! Bring your 2-minute "elevator speech" and a stack
of business cards, then get ready for speed networking over coffee!
From the appetizers to the gourmet strolling dinner to the silent auction
and a performance by Jim Belushi and the Board of Comedy, the 2022
Comedy & Cocktails is sure to be an event guests will not soon
Macomb County continues to honor its commitment to its residents by providing
the most needed medical care and nursing services to the elderly, frail,
and most vulnerable residents.
Join us at our annual Conservation Leadership Luncheon at the Detroit
Athletic Club on October 26! Our theme this year is Agriculture, Agribusiness,
and Land Conservation in southeast Michigan, and our keynote speaker
is Andrew Blake, President of Blake Orchards and Co-Owner of Blake’s
You're invited to network with local business professionals at our FINAL
Coffee Talk on November 11! Bring your 2-minute "elevator speech" and
a stack of business cards, then get ready for speed networking over
The Downtown Rochester Festival of Trees is a holiday spectacular unlike
any other, featuring trees, wreaths, and centerpieces designed and
donated by the Metro Detroit community.
The Rochester Area Hometown Christmas Parade is brought to you by the
Rochester Regional Chamber Foundation. The parade is held annually
on the first Sunday in December. The Rochester Area Hometown Christmas
Parade is the largest Christmas parade in Michigan featuring over 100
entries marching down a one and a half mile route.