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|Creekside Village West||Ford Lake Heights||Ford Lake Village|
|Greene Farms||Lincoln Pines||Millpointe/Amberly Grove|
|Oakland Estates||Parkside Preserve||Partridge Creek|
|Rosewind||Smokler Textile||Spruce Falls/The Pines|
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|Greenbriar||Haggerty Sub||Harbour Pointe|
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|Victoria Commons||Walden Woods||Wildbrook|
We work with buyers and sellers in all our local markets including Ypsilanti, Belleville, Milan, Canton, Saline, Ann Arbor, Westland, Sumpter Township, Augusta Township, Ypsilanti Township, and other surrounding areas.
If you're planning to sell your home in the next few months, nothing is more important than knowing a fair asking price. I would love to help you with a Free Market Analysis. I will use comparable sold listings to help you determine the accurate market value of your home.
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BIKE YPSI – WEEKLY RIDE
Starts 1/29/2016 - 8:00am
20 North Washington Street
When: Every Friday | 8:00am
Where: Meet at Beezy’s Cafe | 20 North Washington Street
Is your bicycle stashed away for the winter? Well, it’s time to dust off your wheels because Bike Ypsi hosts group rides 52 weeks per year. This group welcomes novice to expert riders (no fancy bikes, clothes, or gear needed).
Ride leaves around 8am so arrive earlier for a great breakfast. Some riders bike to work in Ann Arbor, St. Joe’s hospital, or Washtenaw Community College. Other riders, perhaps off for the morning, will take a 30-45 minute jaunt around the Border To Border Trail to the west of Ypsi then returning to town. It’s a great way to start your morning or try commuting for the first time with a group.
DISCOVER TECH EXHIBIT
01/29/2016 thru 3/30/2016
5577 Whittaker Road (Ypsilanti District Library)
Discover Tech: Engineers Make a World of Difference is an exciting new traveling exhibition that shows how engineering provides solutions to better meet human needs and develops sustainable innovations for the future, and how engineers create new technologies to solve problems. The exhibit features hands-on and multimedia components that allow exhibit visitors to interact with exhibit content in a dynamic way, encouraging new perspectives about engineers and their vital work.
The exhibit is open during all the hours that the library is open: 9am-9pm Monday-Thursday, 10am-6pm Friday and Saturday, and 1-5pm on Sunday.
For more information or to schedule a group tour visit www.ypsilibrary.org/discovertech.
DEPOT TOWN BIKE NIGHT
3/1/2016 - 5:30 pm
Depot Town,Ypsilanti, MI
When: Every Tuesday throughout the year
Where: Cross Street/Depot Town
Time: 5:30 – 9 PM
Motorcycles line Cross Street in Ypsilanti’s Depot Town every Tuesday (weather permitting) throughout the year. Check out 100 vintage & contemporary bikes, grab some grub, and stroll through Depot Town. Bikers arrive around 5:30, the event runs ’til 9. If you’re a biker get there a little early and check out Depot Town’s Cafe Racer, specializing in British and Japanese cafe racers. Everything from general maintenance to fabrication and full restoration.
LIVE JAZZ @ Cultivate Coffee & Tap House
03/24/2016 - 07:00 pm
307 N. River St. Ypsilanti, MI
Every Thursday with no cover charge!
First Fridays Ypsilanti
1st Friday of April – December
Throughout the Ypsilanti Area
First Friday Ypsilanti is a self-guided monthly art crawl hosted throughout downtown Ypsilanti at multiple venues. Each month on the first Friday participating venues offer free art activities involving local artists and musicians. The goal of the First Fridays Ypsilanti is to showcase local talent while supporting local businesses in the downtown area!
MICHIGAN FIREHOUSE MUSEUM’S CASINO NIGHT
4/9/2016 - 7:00pm
110 West Cross Street
Once again, the museum will be transformed into a Las Vegas Style Casino with blackjack, craps, and roulette tables for your enjoyment. Professionally trained dealers will help you learn how to play the games. Guests receive gaming chips as part of their ticket purchase and play for chances to win wonderful prizes, including gift cards from local restaurants to spa packages. A special guest appearance will provide great photo opportunities. So shake off the winter blues and plan on attending.
4/1/2016 - 6:00 pm (dusk- midnight)
Ashley and Washington
Ann Arbor, MI
WonderFool Productions presents FoolMoon Friday, April 1st on Washington and Ashley Streets in downtown Ann Arbor. Come early and get ready to welcome in the Luminaries starting at dusk.
Join Grizzly Peak, Blue Tractor and Jolly Pumpkin in the FoolBrew Tent on Washington to savor FoolBrew, a delicious concoction that the beer gods dreamt up just to celebrate (and support) FoolMoon.
Live Music on the Fools Stage at the corner of Ashley and Washington Streets
FoolMoon is excited to present Theo Katzman and Dan Henig as the deLightFool performers for this year’s event. Be a dancin’ prancin’ Fool to the music all night long.
Ann Arbor District Library presents Johann Sebastian Joust
Join your Foolish friends from the Library to try something very special at FoolMoon. Johann Sebastian Joust is part playground game, part glowing participatory artwork, part videogame, and all Brandenberg Concerto No. 2. Players of all ages are welcome to take their turn at one of Kickstarter’s hottest projects. Look for it on Ashley Street by Downtown Home & Garden.
ORBIT Living Hair Luminaries
With FoolMoon rising into Orbit, professional stylists from Orbit Hair Design uses the streets as a Living Luminary fashion walkway. Open to any and all Foolish enough to have their head made into a lustrous halo. Handmade glowing hair pieces, paper, silly glow wire, LED’s, glow glitters and more are incorporated into human hair luminaries. A black light photo booth captures the do’s in full effect to savor your moment!
Moon Unit Face Pong
Team HTBD (Donald Harrison, Martin Thoburn, Tom Bray and Justin Dykhouse) presents an interactive video projection installation at Fool Moon entitled “Moon Unit Face Pong.” Utilizing existing architecture on a downtown building as the framework, Team HTBD will map video projection onto multiple image spaces. This multimedia project also invites audience participation: see your own face as the wo/man in the moon, or take your turn at manipulating the video in real time from the street as you and and your other-wordly friends watch in awe.
Roving Shadow Puppet Performance
Patrick Elkins is a shadow puppet artist extraordinaire from Ypsilanti, MI who has performed a wide variety of puppet shows and hosted puppet workshops for audiences of all ages while touring throughout the United States and Indonesia. He is the originator of the Wayang Kucing style of shadow puppetry and will be touring a performance of 101 shadow puppet shows across the east and west coasts of the United States this March before returning to Ypsilanti for this year’s FoolMoon and FestiFools activities.
Electronic Lunch, University of Michigan staff, students, and alumni, have invented 50 special luminaries for the FoolMoon. Each luminary contains colorful lights and wireless communication technology so they ‘talk‘ to each other. As the luminaries wander through FoolMoon, they react to other nearby luminaries creating magical colorful luminary love beams while communicating together in the night sky.
The Great FoolMoon Hoax
A one of a kind live visual performance installation including theatre, dance, music, original costumes and visuals.
Led by Trevor Stone, Natalie Berry and Chris Sandon, Spontaneous Art has something up their Foolish sleeves. They’re not even telling US what they are doing, but we know it will be Foolishly fun!
Each cart will offer special menu items to celebrate FoolMoon, such as:
San Street: FoolHardy bun–a recklessly bold and spicy pork belly bun, only available for
Hut K: Fool Beets–Fool moon shaped beets patties with sesame, flax, mint, spinach, coconuts, cumin, mustard, coriander, raw mangoes, fennel and herbs and spices. Grools and Frools– Nutrilicious smoothie with blend of greens and fruits. In addition, on FoolMoon Day, everyone who stops by will get a free “Drools”, a dessert made from dates, carrots and condensed milk.
Bill’s Beer Garden
Bill’s Beer Garden, located on Ashley and Liberty, will open specially for FoolMoon! Grab your friends and enjoy the luminous view with your favorite beverage.
ROBOTS WORKSHOP AT THE ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY
4/2/2016 - 2:00 pm- 3:30 pm
343 South Fifth Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI
Where: AADL Downtown Library: Multi-Purpose Room and Downtown Library: Secret Lab
This event is intended for youth (preschool and up), teens and adults.
Create today and return tomorrow!
Make a super robot costume for the April 3rd FestiFools Parade on Main Street!
Take your creation home and return in costume to the Downtown Library Youth Area by 3:40 PM on Sunday, April 3, to march in the Robot Invasion on Main Street.
Everyone (parents, too!) is highly encouraged to be in costume!
4/3/2016 - 4:00- 5:00 pm
Main Street, Ann Arbor, MI
FestiFools brings students and community volunteers together to create unique public art that is free and accessible to everyone. Specifically, we make huge-mongous papier-mâché puppets and march them around downtown Ann Arbor on a Sunday early in April.
3RD ANNUAL RUN WALK ROLL
04/16/2016 - 07:45 am
1819 S. Wagner Road, Ann Arbor, MI
Join us for a fitness fundraiser to improve the High Point Boundless Playground, used by students at High Point School, Honey Creek Community School and Gretchen’s House Day Care. Early registration starts at 7:45 AM, the 5K Run starts at 9 AM, and the One Mile Fun and Wheeler Loop starts at 10 AM. Preregistration is $20 and registering the day of is $30. All who preregister get a free t-shirt! Preregistration closes April 1st. You can register online at http://a2racemanagement.com/registration/ . Also, registration forms are available at the High Point School office.