Ford Presidential Library is a valuable repository that houses important items on the life, career, and presidency of Gerald Ford, the 38th President of the United States of America. You will leave equipped with tools and resources to help reduce stress by staying grounded while navigating the many decisions of life. The conservancy offers a variety of education outreach programs for homeschooling groups, schools, nature centers, and more. The school presents musicals, operas, plays, and dance performances. The warm atmosphere, leather chairs and banquettes, massive gleaming wood bar in the center of the room, and huge mural that covers one entire wall all contribute to HopCat being an enormously popular spot for gatherings of friends and families.
Our fair city is also a backed with crafty libations, and there are activities galore to satisfy anyone, be you an awkward nerd or a social butterfly, nature enthusiast or indoor-only type, or some completely different species of weirdo altogether. Other must sees in the University includes the central campus, the stadium, and the Law Library. He outlines several techniques, including how to combine two reports into one as well as create an Excel pivot table from QuickBooks data. They use local ingredients such as pork, beef, goat, and lamb from Washtenaw County, fresh produce from nearby farms, and craft beers and select wines from all over the country. A beautiful 18-hole, par-72 golf course and two disc golf courses are ideal for lovers of the game while groups of friends can enjoy a game of basketball, volleyball, softball or soccer.
Both gardens are open seven days a week from sunrise to sunset. It's only about two miles, and the bus ride can take up to 20 minutes during peak traffic times. De Angelis Cantina del Vino is a winery that produces all-natural wines, made without synthetic preservatives or sulfites. The Leslies asked that the house and land be used to help educate children. Designed and built by Albert Kahn in 1913 and named in honor of Arthur Hill, the auditorium boasts a unique, hemispherical stage, superb acoustics, and seating for up to 3,500 people. After a stroll around the city, head out to the Milan Dragway for a race! This year we'll spend more time socializing and less time auctioning! The Bar and Grille offers food and beverages after a round of golf, and the Pro Shop sells a large variety of golf related items. From the family-run delis lining Main Street to the Old World feel of the Old West Side, a stroll through Ann Arbor's enclaves offer an illuminating look at a city shaped by millworkers, immigrants, and academics.
Learn more about the history of Tree Town and its surrounds at the or the , a well-preserved dwelling showing how a German-American family lived in the latter part of the 19th century. This waterway is an easy adventure that everyone could enjoy. With a menu that changes with the seasons, you are sure to receive nothing but fresh ingredients whether you visit in the spring, summer, fall or winter. Perfect for anybody and every body! Dixboro Rd, 734-647-7600 Next read: More: , , , , , , , Kerrytown is a historic district in Ann Arbor that is renowned for its quaint brick streets, vibrant culture and a diverse array of shops. Please enter the building off of the footbridge on Washtenaw and meet in front of room 3040. No previous experience is required.
The theater was modeled after a Greek theater at Epidarus: there are no seats in the Power Center that are more than 80 feet from the stage. From May to December, the market is open from 7am to 3pm on Saturdays and Wednesday. Or head down the road just a bit for the in Belleville or the and museums in Ypsilanti. Should you visit the Museum of Nature History with one of the most extensive dinosaur exhibits in the state? On State Street Area Ladies Night, many of the local bars, shops, and restaurants offer discounts and the Michigan Theater located on nearby Liberty Street has special showings of films. They have gone through an extensive coaching from our experienced coaches and these founders are eager to present their venture to the entrepreneurial community at this event. Nearby, see American folk and new roots musicians take the stage inside The Ark's 400-seat theater. There are a variety of music ensembles,including three orchestras, three choirs, several jazz ensembles, a wind ensemble, and several chamber music groups.
For a special treat, join one of their once-a-week beer and food events — a five-beer, four-course dinner. If you plan to visit in the fall, reserve tickets well in advance to catch a game at the Big House—although Michigan Stadium happens to be the largest football stadium in the country, home games almost always sell out. Learn more about Event on Main's beneficiary, the Charles Woodson Clinical Research Fund, and hear from Dr. In a 1956 renovation many of the original decorations were removed and by 1978 the theater was threatened with demolition. With a seating capacity of 1,700, the theater includes lobbies, a functional stage, and an orchestra pit. Some of the best breweries in the area include Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti, Grizzly Peak, Blue Tractor, and the Arbor Brewing Company among many others.
Both are within walking distance of each other, as well as to , a brewpub that specializes in barbecue, and the , which pours the nationally recognized wood-aged sour ales from the acclaimed brewery located just down the road in Dexter which has a. The city is well known for its beautiful downtown which offers an array of restaurants, shops and cafés. In the fall, discover local food and drink at the or cutting-edge musical grooves at. The arena hosts events such as Oldies Night, Hoedown Night, Funky Frosty Fridays, and many more. The course is appropriate for all levels of players from beginners to more advanced golfers.
Gratuity is included in the ticket price. Designed in a style referred to as modern classical, the center opened in 1971. The center offers many programs for children including field trips, Girl Scout and Cub Scout visits, overnight visits, and outreach programs that are led by staff and take place at schools. Eugene and Emily Leslie donated their home and the surrounding land to the city of Ann Arbor in 1976. Some of the programs include African Safari, Animals Down Under, Creatures of the Night, and Rainforest Fieldtrip.