Ann Arbor YMCA to host summer fun block party in June

A child wearing face paint. Courtesy: Ann Arbor YMCA

ANN ARBOR – Join the Y for free family-friendly games and activities during its second annual summer block party.

On June 25, community members can hang out in front of Ann Arbor YMCA, at 400 W. Washington St., to get a jumpstart on their summer fun.

Between 2-6 p.m., the Tree Town organization will have face painting, live music, a food truck,a balloon artist, karate and cycling classes, crafts and other activities.

“Our staff team welcomes our neighbors from throughout Washtenaw and Southern Livingston Counties to join us for this family friendly celebration of summer. It’s an opportunity for us to give back to the people we serve, offer them the opportunity to come together, connect with people from all backgrounds, and build a stronger community,” said YMCA CEO and president Toni Kayumi.

Washington Street will be closed to traffic so that the party can spill into the street.

The first block party took place in 2019, before the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Special guests for the June 25 event include:

  • Ann Arbor District Library
  • Ann Arbor Fire Department
  • Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum
  • the Fed Up Food Truck
  • A2 Magic
  • Common Cycle
  • League of Women Voters

Find event updates on the YMCA Ann Arbor Facebook event.


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