Ypsilanti community creates Black Lives Matter street murals
The first mural stretches across South Washington Street between Ferris Street and Michigan Avenue. The second is at the Riverside Park entry driveway off of Cross Street.
City of Ann Arbor “Saving Energy” sticker design contest open to students
Until 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 13, young artists can enter the “Save Energy” sticker design contest promoting carbon footprint reduction and saving energy.
University of Michigan’s bipolar research program launches virtual art exhibition
A new virtual art exhibit has opened at the University of Michigan highlighting the importance of art in healing and recovery.
A2ZERO Week to celebrate one year anniversary of Ann Arbor’s carbon neutrality plan
More than 20 family-friendly in-person and virtual events are scheduled from June 1-6 to commemorate the event, highlight sustainability and educate the community.
Washtenaw Community College honors graduates with campus parade, three day event this weekend
Graduates from Washtenaw Community College (WCC) are being honored during a three-day event at the Ann Arbor community college this weekend.
Ann Arbor SPARK reports business growth, results of COVID-related grant activity at Annual Meeting
At its annual meeting, Ann Arbor SPARK honored leading regional businesses and released its annual report.
Ann Arbor Summer Festival announces upcoming in-person and digital programming
On Thursday, Ann Arbor Summer Festival (A2SF) announced new summer programming comprised of concerts, interactive performances and new podcast episodes.
Ann Arbor senior living community to offer free series on dementia, caregiving
The free Glacier Hills Senior Living Community series will provide training and techniques to residents, families and community organizations.
Huron High School in Ann Arbor to host vaccine clinic for students, families Thursday
Ann Arbor Public Schools staff, students and family members 16 years and older can receive vaccines against COVID-19 at Huron High School on Thursday.