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Conference Room 2010
Dexter Township Hall
Lyndon Township Hall
Join by Zoom: https://zoom.us/join | Join by Phone: 312-626-6799
Meeting ID: 954 3400 0397 | Passcode: 633697
Meetings will be held via Zoom. Any member of the public wishing to attend these meetings please contact Emergency Services at (734) 222-3911.
remote meeting (via Zoom)
Detroit Observatory at the University of Michigan
Hybrid meeting: virtual via Zoom, and in OCED office (address below)
Zoom (Virtual Meeting) Please click this URL to join. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85381640466?pwd=Y3hBbWxQeC9qdmcxVlRQL0JkU1pqdz09
Welcome to Sounds & Sights on Thursday Nights in Chelsea, Michigan!
Returns in 2022 on Thursdays from June 2 - July 28 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Sounds & Sights on Thursday Nights performances are held in Chelsea, Michigan throughout the summer from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Arts, Entertainment, & Musical acts are performed at various and separate stages throughout historical downtown Chelsea. Every week brings something new, is family friendly, and free!
Kids will enjoy acts like magicians, circus acts, jugglers, face painters, balloon artists, the 'How to Chalk' themed art stage and much more. While music enthusiasts will experience many genres of music all in one night - bluegrass, americana, folk, rock, celtic, blues, jazz, country and everything in between.
Sounds & Sights Festival is an annual summer weekend event in historic Chelsea, Michigan. The event started over four decades ago and is a highlight of summer that draws visitors from all over the state and beyond.
In 2022 the festival will be held July 29th & 30th and it will feature live music and social tent, kids' entertainment and activities, a classic car show, art market, and much more.
Each year features exciting changes and annual favorites that keep people coming back again and again. All performances and activities are held in downtown Chelsea, Michigan.
Lillie Park Central
An introductory archery program in partnership with Pittsfield Township Parks and Rec.
Three Fairs! Three Days!
The largest juried art fair in the nation, the Ann Arbor Art Fair features nearly 1,000 artists and a footprint spanning 30 city blocks in downtown Ann Arbor. This beloved Midwest tradition draws close to half a million attendees each year.
The three-day fair will feature art in a wide selection of styles and media, including painting, drawing, ceramics, glass, sculpture, mixed media, jewelry and more. It also will include live music performances at the fair’s three stages, culinary treats and an array of shops and sidewalk sales.
The Ann Arbor Art Fair is comprised of three independently juried, nonprofit art fairs: the Ann Arbor Original Street Art Fair, the Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair and the Ann Arbor State Street Art Fair. All three fairs run consecutively and work together to put on the fair.
For More Information Visit: TheAnnArborArtFair.com
A nature program for ages 7 - 11.
A nature program for ages 55 and up.
A nature program for ages 2 - 5. Caregiver must be present.
Open house style tour of historic mill.
A family nature hike. Anyone ages 2 and up must register.
Meeting may be virtual on Zoom or in-person at the Parks Administrative Offices. Check individual events for location.
Parks Administrative Offices, 2230 Platt Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48107
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Washtenaw County Learning Resource Center, Huron Room
Visit their TWO rain gardens! One by the driveway, and one in the front yard, bordered by oak saplings and anchored by a witch hazel.