Club Information

Another special function of the Livonia Parks and Recreation Department is to provide recreational opportunities through club activities. With this philosophy in mind, the following is a list of clubs, some of which are co-sponsored by the Department. Contact the Parks and Recreation Department at (734) 466-2410 for specific information.

Friends of Wilson Barn
Friends of the Wilson Barn help preserve Livonia’s Historical Dairy Farm.  The Barn is the site for car shows, flower sales, craft shows, Farmers’ Market, Pumpkin Fest and Christmas Sing-A-Long.  The Barn may be rented out for group outings.  For information call (734) 427-4311. To contact Wilson Barn, 
click here to access their website, email wilsonbarn.us@gmail.com, or visit the Wilson Barn's Facebook page. 


Livonia Civic Chorus
The Livonia Civic Chorus meets weekly from September through May, to share fellowship and the love of singing.  New members of all vocal ranges are always welcome.  The ability to read music is not necessary.  The chorus performs two major shows each year in December and May, and throughout our community during the year.  Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 34567 Seven Mile Rd., Livonia.  For more information about joining the chorus, call (734) 542-9071. 
Click here to visit their website.


Livonia Youth Choir
Livonia Youth Choir is a civic tuition based youth choir for children ages 9-13.  They meet weekly September through May on Monday evenings.  For information call
(734) 237-8954 or email livoniayouthchoir@gmail.com.


Livonia Woodcarvers
Open to all skill levels.  Come socialize, carve, learn techniques or participate in the woodcarver’s show in August.  Club meets every Tuesday from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. and Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Civic Park Senior Center located at Five Mile and Farmington.  For information call (734) 425-9349. 


Rock & Mineral Club of Livonia
For people who have an interest in mineralogy, geology, paleontology and lapidary arts.  Meets the second Wednesday of the month, September through May.  Call Don Brown at (734) 421-8159 or Todd Gall at (248) 348-5093 for more information.


The Save Our Youth Task ForceSave Our Youth Task Force
The Livonia Save Our Youth Task Force is a grassroots effort to educate and empower the community in an effort to address the issues that affect the health and safety of your young people with a focus on alcohol and other drugs. To volunteer or for more information please contact info@livoniasaveouryouth.org or call (734) 338-9580Click here to visit their website.


Livonia Junior Athletic League (LJAL)
The purpose of this league is to provide youths ages 8 to 14, who reside in Livonia or Clarenceville School Districts, an opportunity to play organized baseball, basketball and football. Emphasis is placed on promoting sportsmanship, citizenship, and the physical development of all youths.   Please see the Athletics Division page on this website for more information on the Livonia Junior Athletic League, or visit their website at  www.ljal.com.



Livonia Youth Symphony Orchestras of Michigan
Schedule your Audition TODAY!  All musicians, playing from 6 months to 16 years, come and join one of our concert groups.  With ensembles for novice, intermediate and advanced musicians, winds and strings, we have the right group for you!  We also have a flute choir, brass ensemble, a saxophone choir and chamber groups.  We are one of Michigan's longest established youth orchestras.  Join us and see why we say "Our musicians play well with others!"  Rehearsals Saturday mornings at Madonna University.  To schedule your audition, contact auditions@lypm.org or call Dave at (734) 634-5250.  Click here to visit their website.

Visual Arts Association of Livonia
The VAAL offers classes and workshops for both beginning and experienced artists in drawing, watercolor, general painting, pastel, and many other media.  Monthly meetings are held on the third Thursday of January, February, March, April, May, September, October and November at 7:00 p.m.  To request a schedule or for more information call (734) 838-1204.  Located at 37653 Five Mile Road, in the New Five Village Shopping Center at 5 Mile and Newburgh Rd.  Click here to access their website.



Livonia Amateur Radio Club
Open to ham radio operators and those interested in the hobby.  We are licensed by the FCC for the purpose of communicating to other amateur radio operators around town, around the world, and into space, using voice, digital and Morse Code.  For more information, please call (734) 953-0913 or visit www.livoniaarc.com.