Life in Ann Arbor

01/14/19 – 05/09/18 – Homework Help at the Ypsilanti District Library

4pm | Mondays, Jan 28-May 6 | YDL-Superior 4pm | Monday-Thursday, Jan 14-May 9 | YDL-Whittaker Bring your homework to the library for one-on-one help with any subject.   826michigan Tutoring (Ages 8-18) is also available at the Ypsilanti District Library Michigan Avenue branch at 4pm  Wednesdays & Thursdays, Jan 16-Apr 25 Drop in after…

03/25/19 – Exploring the Mind | Enhancing Well-Being in School Aged Children at Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room

Join Sandra Graham-Bermann, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Michigan, for her presentation outlining the success of the Kids’ Empowerment Program (KEP), a program designed to enhance the well-being of all school-aged children, whether they have symptoms of adjustment problems or not. Dr. Graham-Bermann will also highlight best practices derived from…

03/25/19 – Grief 101 with Arbor Hospice at Pittsfield Branch: Program Room

Presented by Arbor Hospice’s Grief Support Services, this educational meeting will provide you with the resources and information you are looking for when coping with the loss of a loved one. The session will help examine what is normal during the grief process, strategies for coping, suggestions for self-care, and what resources are available to…

03/26/19 – Tummy Times at Westgate Branch: West Side Room

Parents and babies up to 12 months –        Are you a new or expecting parent? Do you want to get out of the house and meet other parents sharing the same new baby experiences? Come meet other new parents, enjoy a drink from Sweetwaters at Westgate and relax while your child has fun engaging with…

03/26/19- 03/31/19 – 57th Ann Arbor Film Festival

Integrated a new film review platform, making the selection process more efficient and allowing for a more holistic, direct approach in reviewing a filmmaker’s work. Submissions: 3,000 – Countries: 65 – Films: 200+ Features: 10 – Shorts: 110+ – Programs: 40 . 35 cities represented, including Boston, Chicago, Detroit, Houston, Los Angeles,Milwaukee, Montreal (CAN), New…

03/26/19 – Jazz @ The Elks at the Plymouth Ann Arbor Elks Lodge #325

Jazz @ The Elks  happens on the last Tuesday of the month from 7 pm to 9:30 pm. There is a $10 donation at the door which includes hors d’oeuvres.  Enjoy jazz in a listening room setting close to the entertainers. Tuesday, March 26th, the super amazing Dave Bennett Quartet is back!  Who is more versatile than Dave Bennett on clarinet,…

03/26/19 – Meditation and Mindfulness for Adults at Malletts Creek Branch: Program Room

From stress, anxiety, life and the news of the world there’s a lot that piles on. Meditation is fantastic for coping with all of these things plus improving concentration, experiencing self-awareness and encouraging a healthy lifestyle. Whether you are new to meditation or already practice, join us! Local massage therapist and meditation leader Amy Tarrant…

03/26/19 – Grief and Loss in Addiction and Recovery at the St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Education Center Auditorium

The Dawn Farm Education Series provides our community with free, accurate, helpful, hopeful information about recovery from substance use disorders. All Ed Series programs are open to the community; all are welcome to attend. We’d like to ask your help to inform your followers about upcoming Education Series programs.   “Grief and Loss in Addiction and Recovery” will be presented on Tuesday March…

03/27/19 – Letterpress Lab at Downtown Library: Secret Lab

This weekly lab will introduce you to the process and the materials for printing by hand on a cylinder proof press and small platen press. AADL staff will show you the basics and we’ll explore more advanced printing techniques with special guests. No prior experience necessary. Supplies are provided. You can return every Wednesday to…

03/27/19 – Author Event | Guardians of Detroit at Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room

Due to a fortunate confluence of water, geography and entrepreneurial vision, Detroit at the end of the 19th century was poised to experience unprecedented growth. Even before the Ford Motor Company was established in 1903, Detroit was a major industrial center and transportation hub. All this commercial activity and prosperity led to a building boom…

03/28/19 – The Motown in March Dinner at The Standard Bistro & Larder

The Standard Bistro & Larder is a French-inspired restaurant just 10 minutes from downtown Ann Arbor. They invite you to join them for Lunch, Dinner, Brunch or (if you prefer a high-energy evening) join them for their Motown in March Dinner! On Thursday, March 28th, The Standard Bistro & Larder is hosting an event to…

03/29/19 – Teiku at the Kerrytown Concert House

Jonathan Taylor and Josh Harlow were both raised Jewish, claiming ancestors from the Ukraine, in the villages of Bershnitz and Monasterishtche. While the Ukrainian-Jewish communities in these villages have long since disappeared, victims of pogroms and the Holocaust, some traditions remain amongst the diaspora. Strikingly, both grew up with a set of songs, intended to…

03/30/19 – 47th Annual Dance for Mother Earth Powwow at Skyline High School

The Native American Student Association invites you to the 47th Annual Dance for Mother Earth Powwow on Saturday March 30 and Sunday March 31. Welcome dancers, drummers, craftspeople, and artists! Welcome to all those interested in a weekend-long celebration of Native American culture.   2552 N Maple Rd, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48103

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