Ann Arbor Area Community News
There are a lot of fun things to do this weekend in and around Ann Arbor.
Rolling Sculpture Car Show Friday, July 13 from 2:00pm to 10:00pm in the Main Street Area. A lot of cool cars parked in the street, which, strangely enough, is actually a lot of fun.
Saline Celtic Festival Friday from 6:00pm-midnight and Saturday from 9:00am to midnight at Saline’s Millpond Park. Bagpipes, fiddles, dancing, food, drink, swordplay, Vikings, and caber-tossing; what more could you want?
Shadow Art Fair Saturday from noon to midnight at the Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti. “A twelve-hour, all-ages, free event showcasing the work of over forty local and regional, independent artists and live performers. Artists range from local car salesman, painter, and coffee roaster, John Roos to Madison, Wisconsin recycling artist Emily Kircher to Mt. Pleasant linoleum print artist, Yu-Hsuan (Sherry) Lin to Chicago greeting card company Nourishing Notes. Items available at the event include clothing, accessories, prints, leather, photography, painting, zines, comics, records, home goods, stencils, and greeting cards.”
Huron River Day Sunday from 8:30am to 4:00pm at Gallup Park (there are a few events also scheduled for Saturday, including a guided canoe trip from Ann Arbor to Ypsi). If you can’t make it to see Liz Elling swimming under the Broadway Bridge, she will also be at Gallup Park to help celebrate Huron River Day. There is a fun run, a 5k, canoe races, canoe and kayak trips, and lots more.
Townie Party Monday from 5:00pm to 9:00pm on Washington between Thayer and Fletcher. OK, yeah, so it was started as a ruse to get people to go to the Street Art Fair in its new location. But still, it is a fun time and they get points for having the Pretzel Bell on their poster.
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