Drop in to the Ann Arbor Art Center for a free magnet-making workshop on Black Friday.
Mark your calendar for four artist markets coming to Ann Arbor this season.
Celebrate the holidays at Palio on Sunday.
Streets will be closed from 5 a.m. to noon on Thursday for the event.
CUAA's Boar's Head Festival returns to campus after a one-year hiatus.
Ann Arbor SPARK’s annual Tech Homecoming event is being offered this year as an in-person and a virtual job fair.
On Giving Tuesday, held on Nov. 30 this year, the Tree Town nonprofit is hosting musician Gwenyth Hayes on social media for a virtual concert at 7 p.m.
Folk and roots music fans can take part in the two-day festival at Hill Auditorium, 825 N. University Ave., on Friday, Jan. 28, and Saturday, Jan. 29
This week the Kerrytown District Association board announced the cancelation of Ann Arbor’s annual outdoor holiday night market this year.
U-M will welcome back members of the Class of 2020 to Michigan Stadium for a "Comeback Commencement" ceremony.
The event will take place on Friday, Nov. 19.
Hosted by the Jewish Community Center of Greater Ann Arbor, the annual celebration of literary talent will run until Thursday, Dec.16, and includes author talks over zoom and a cooking demo.
Join CUAA for the biannual Concordia Vespers on Sunday, Nov. 14.
Here's what on tap for Veterans Week 2021 at U-M.
WCC will hold two ceremonies on Veterans Day.
Three holiday events planned for Friday, Dec. 3, will bring late-night shopping back to Tree Town.
The event comes after Pittsfield police pointed their guns at 11-year-old Benjamin Whitfield back in April.
U-M Health patients can now access their COVID-19 vaccine and testing information on their smartphones.
The Ann Arbor Art Center is offering a wide variety of art classes this winter.
Here's how you can volunteer during peak bloom weekend in 2022.
Here’s where you can have a hauntingly good time around Ann Arbor.
Veterans Week at CUAA will take place Nov. 8-14.
Submit your best fall photos until 8 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 22.
Hit the ice in costume in Ann Arbor on Halloween.
Starting at 6 p.m., shining attendees can join the GLOW Stroll + Roll procession, shop deals at local businesses, watch performances and participate in activities.
The Liberty Street location sells a range of items including specialty cupcakes and Blakes Farms cider mill and doughnuts.
U-M sets an enrollment record in the 2021-2022 school year.
Drivers can anticipate the closures to start three hours before the noon game.
The 10th Ann Arbor Marathon is back this weekend.
Between Friday, Oct. 29, and Sunday, Oct. 31, the Boylesque Drag will perform at three in-person events around Washtenaw County.