Annual Events

A2ZERO Week

(734) 794-6430, ext. 43725 Various locations A chance to learn more, get involved, and have fun while working to achieve carbon neutrality. Virtual and community-wide events; email or visit website for locations. Email to get...

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AACME: Ann Arbor Creativity and Making Expo

343 S. 5th Ave., Downtown library Postponed for 2022; will return in 2023. Free family-friendly showcase of local invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. Exhibits include robotics, radio, rocketry, machines, tools, STEAM...

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African American Downtown Festival

(734) 858-9121 Crafts, merchandise, food, and kids’ activities at N. Fourth Ave. and E. Ann St. Musical, theatrical, and dance performances, and craft and vendors. First Sat. in June 9 a.m.-8 p.m. June 6, 2020....

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Ann Arbor Antiquarian Book Fair

Jay Platt, (734) 995-1891 530 S. State (Michigan Union ballroom) 30 antiquarian book dealers sell 1st editions, old and collectible books, children’s books, Americana, prints, and more. Sun. Oct. 23, 2022....

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Ann Arbor Art Fair

Three independent fairs with close to 1,000 artists. The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original (734-994-5260, artfair.org), is on Ingalls Mall, North University, and E. Washington. Ann Arbor’s State Street Art Fair...

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Ann Arbor Film Festival

(734) 995-5356 Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty; office: 230 Collingwood, #160B The longest-running independent and experimental film series in North America celebrates film as art with screenings of all lengths and genres over...

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Ann Arbor Folk Festival

(734) 761-1800. Tickets: (734) 763-8587 825 North University (Hill Auditorium) Two concerts of roots and acoustic music to benefit The Ark. Features well-known acts along with musicians on the rise. Jan. 27 & 28, 2023....

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Ann Arbor JCC Book and Arts Festival

(734) 971-0990 Jewish Community Center, 2935 Birch Hollow Brings in authors and other forms of artistic expression. Movies, music, and visual arts plus author talks. Some events are off-site. Nov.-Dec. 2021; see website for...

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Ann Arbor Pride

Celebrates the diversity of gender identity, sexual orientation, and the LGBTQ community. All are welcome. Live music, dancing, food, substance-free spaces and events, family-friendly programming, resource connecting, and other...

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Ann Arbor Summer Festival & Top of the Park

(734) 994-5999. Tickets: (734) 764-2538 Presents 200 events over nearly 4 weeks each summer, 90 percent of which are free. The ticked series features performances by marquee talent in music, public radio, circus, dance, and...

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Apples and Honey

(734) 971-0990 Jewish Community Center, 2935 Birch Hollow Annual family event celebrating the Jewish fall holidays of Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simcah Torah. Hands-on crafts; games; inflatables; snacks, food, and...

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Around Town Tours

(734) 662-7790 218 N. Fourth Ave. Offering tours of Ann Arbor and the surrounding areas for people who are here to explore a new job, attend a conference, or just visit. Starting at $175. info@aroundtowntours.org,...

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Dancing in the Streets

(734) 786-8380 During Covid-19: Event not occurring in 2021. Check website for updates. info@aactmad.org, aactmad.org/dits

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Dawn Farm Jamboree

(734) 485-8725 6633 Stony Creek Rd. Family-friendly event with activities for all ages: music and entertainment, live and silent auctions, children’s games and activities, hayrides, farm animals, pumpkin patch, and local...

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Dawn Farm Ride for Recovery

(734) 485-8725 6633 Stony Creek Rd. Family fun and fitness event with four bike rides to choose from, a run/walk, and a Recovery Celebration lunch. All proceeds support Dawn Farm’s Scholarship Fund for people with...

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Earth Day Festival

1831 Traver (Leslie Science & Nature Center) Free, family-friendly environmental celebration with displays from local non-profits; live entertainment; hands-on activities, presentations on wind energy, water, green building,...

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Edgefest

(734) 769-2999 One of North America’s premier alternative music festivals, featuring jazz and experimental new music. Kerrytown Concert House, 415 N. Fourth Ave., and other locations. Oct. 28-30, 2021....

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FestiFools and FoolMoon

Kerrytown, Main St., and State St. FestiFools is a downtown spectacle of larger-than-life puppetry and pageantry, accompanied by musical entertainment, which everyone is invited to help create and operate. Apr. 3, 2022. 4-5 p.m....

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Grillin’ for Food Gatherers

(734) 761-2796 Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Ann Arbor-Saline Rd., Saline Second Sunday in June. During Covid-19: See website for summer 2022 status. foodgatherers.org (click on get involved/events)

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