Ann Arbor Michigan Events
Downtown Ann Arbor stores will be open for a special event on Saturday, March 4, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The annual Ann Arbor Beer Fest at the University of Michigan will look a little different this year, but still promises to be all the exciting annual events that fans expect.
An exhibition of planned ideas for fashion and fun will be on display at the Ann Arbor Museum of Art on Saturday, March 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The exhibition "Design ideas for fashion and fun" presents a variety of clothing, accessories and accessories for men and women and shows indoor and outdoor living spaces that have been modernized or upgraded with new furniture, appliances, lighting and other improvements.
The Ann Arbor Museum of Art will offer a free open-air tour of the exhibition on Saturday, March 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
All you have to do is register for the event, choose the perfect location for the 5km, register online for the race and then wait for all the great swag to come by email. All participants will receive an exclusive Facebook event page where they can upload photos of their run. The New Year's Extravaganza art camp lasts three days and teaches families how to make dazzling objects such as special boxes that hold precious memories and mementos. You can register for this event (what you can do here) and all you need to do is drop by the Art Center to pick up the art boxes from December 15 to 19, which contain everything you need to make crafts.
There are more than 40 classes on Christmas Eve, so don't forget to wear your mask of social distance when exploring the area. The online course costs $35 and includes a full day of lessons and a special gift for each participant, as well as an exclusive Facebook event page. Register now as this event is likely to fill up quickly, but keep an eye on the Facebook page to stay up to date with this month's special events. Almost all seats are already sold out, and if you arrive too late and have a free seat later, you should definitely be on the waiting list.
Click here to see the full calendar of events and order food, snacks and wine packages to participate. Click here for more information about the event, as well as a list of other events in the Ann Arbor area.
Dexter United Methodist Church is hosting a winter market on Saturday, December 6, where vendors from across the region will offer groceries, crafts, clothing, toys and other items for sale. The activities start with Santa lighting the Christmas tree in Pierce Park on Friday night and end with a carol concert with a Chelsea church singing group on Sunday night.
D dash for the community allows participants to see the light shows of the neighborhood and also walk around in festive costumes. To ensure the safety of vendors during the event, a $5 donation is required to the Ann Arbor Police Emergency Response Team.
The Gun Maquoketa has a variety of vintage weapons and used weapons as well as vintage clothing and accessories. The garden market, where top artisans sell plants, gardening supplies, books and jewelry, is run by the Ann Arbor Botanical Garden and the University of Michigan Garden Club.
Every first Friday of the month, participating venues offer free art activities with local artists, musicians and tastings. Most of the events this year are free of charge and all authors, performers and artists who are involved in the project are Jewish or have significant Jewish connections.
While this year's events will be a little different, we are planning a fun event that will please the whole family. The 2020 events will be spread over three days to promote social dissociation, with events in Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Lansing and Grand Haven.
From November 30th, this festival, lasting several weeks, celebrates culture and art of all kinds and lasts until December. It has been like this for three decades and has been anchored by authors, even with new pop-cultural conventions. The garden is home to a wide variety of crafts, music, art, food and entertainment, including the annual "Don't miss out" event at the University of Michigan's Natural History Museum.
Ann Arbor TEDxUofM is a local, self-organized event that brings people together to share a TED-like experience. The aim of the first Fridays in Ypsilanti is to invite citizens to the city centre to have fun and support local talents and businesses. Fancy Schmancy Holiday Cookies show participants how to make the best cookies out of freshly ground flour, sugar, butter, cinnamon and nutmeg. This is an opportunity to provide a high quality, certified craft fair that benefits customers, schools and the community.