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July 19, 26
  • Richland Farmers Market, Richland Area Community Center, 9400 East CD Ave, 3pm - 6:30pm
July 29
  • "Mopars At The Red Barns" Show & Swap Meet, Gilmore Car Museum, 9am - 3pm, (269)664-5595
August 3-5
  • Ribfest Kalamazoo, 11am - 12am, Arcadia Creek Festival Place in Downtown Kalamazoo, (269)344.0111
August 5
  • Shermanator Triathlon, 7:30am - 11:30 am, Sherman Lake YMCA, 6225 N 39th St, Augusta, MI, (269)731-3000
August 8-12
  • Kalamazoo County Fair, Kalamazoo County Expo Center, 2900 Lake St, Kalamazoo, MI, (269)383-8778
August 24-27
  • Richland Park Horse Trials, Times vary, Richland Park, 8651 North 30th St., Richland, MI, (269)629-5532
August 24
  • Tour de Zoo, 5pm - 9pm, Binder Park Zoo, 7400 Division Dr, Battle Creek, MI, An event where fun-loving bike riders wheel their way through the Zoo.  (269)979-1351


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Please join us this Thursday morning, July 27th at 10:00 a.m. at the Richland Police Station to dedicate the new flagpole and plaque in memory of Sgt. Collin Rose.
The Rose Run was an overwhelming success!  They were hoping for 300 runners, they thought maybe 400, then dreamed of 500, but in the end they had 754 runners to kick off Richland’s 4th of July celebration.  Crazy beyond belief!
It was so nice to see so many happy faces and families enjoying Richland, starting out the 4th of July in the best possible way. What a tribute to Collin Rose and the Rose Family.
They will have raised over $25,000 for scholarships, K-9 training, etc.  A portion of the funds went towards a Flag Pole at the Richland Police Station dedicated to Sgt. Rose. The flag, along with a memorial plaque was donated from funds raised by Gull Lake Area Rotary Club’s Flag Project.  New flags are still flying throughout the downtown area and a new flagpole has been installed at the Richland Village Hall.
 We welcome everyone in the community to attend this special ceremony. See you at the flagpole.
The Rose Run Committee would like to thank the Village of Richland’s Police Department for their incredible support and hard work in making sure that our runners were safe while on your streets.  Our goal with the Rose Run is to “Back the Blue”, but the Richland Police Department “backed our runners” and assisted with many of the details of making sure this race was a success.  We thank all of you for your dedication and for your assistance, and look forward to working together again next year.  
Thank you Chief Mattioli, for adjusting your plans to have two of your officers run the 5k in full uniform!
Although you might not hear it often, you are very much appreciated and we thank you for putting your lives on the line each day to provide all of us with a blanket of security. 
With our sincere appreciation,
Rose Run Committee
Pictured above left to right: Sgt. Evan Turanzas, Police Clerk Jamie Ricca, Officer Matt Scott  

Thanks to the generous donations of our community, the Richland Flag Project is a huge success!!  Rotary members, along with Chief Mattioli and the DPW, worked diligently to get the new flags on display before Memorial Day. Two new flag poles were erected, one at the Community Hall and one at the Richland Police Department.  

The Richland Farmers' Market is Back and It's at the RACC!!
Wednesdays are Market Days!
Moved to the RACC!
3:00-6:30 pm

(extended hours)
May 10-October 4

9400 East CD Ave
Richland, MI 49053
If you would like to be a part of this years exciting new season, please see the attached application below.
2017 Vendor Application

Richland Community Hall
The Community Hall is available for rent. Consider renting the Community Hall for graduation parties, bridal showers, baby showers, family celebrations, business meetings, weddings, wedding receptions, concerts, dance recitals, or other events.  The maximum capacity is 70. 
Click on the rental information below:

Community Hall Rental Agreement
Community Hall Rental Rates
Community Hall Alcohol Policy Agreement

If you are interested in renting the facility, contact the clerk in the Village office to schedule a tour of the newly renovated Richland Community Hall.  269-629-9903 or Office hours are Monday - Thursday 9 am - 3 pm.