Happiness is not a circumstance, it is a cultivation. When you practice Tai-Chi, you get to know a part of you that was hidden and you have been looking for all of your life: the power and potential that your mind and body are really capable of. Classes are held Monday through Friday, 7am to 8:30am. See if it is a right fit for you--enjoy your first week of class for free. Contact Sifu Joseph Wang at firstname.lastname@example.org or (734) 531-8796 for more information.
Sun Shen, 2466 East Stadium Boulevard. $225/month. (734) 531-8796. email@example.com sunshen.org [map]
Join us for Toddler Time
Tuesday: 9:00-10:00am & 1:00-2:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am-12:00pm * your ONE hour begins when you arrive*
Thursday: 9:00-10:00am & 1:00-2:00pm
Have fun exploring and playing in our fun pits, bouncing on our 50' trampoline, play games and learn hand eye coordination, balance and more! There's always something to do at CGAA! Children 18 months or younger are FREE! All ages are welcome!
Champion Gymnastics, 7240 Jackson Rd. $7/ child. 7342221810. firstname.lastname@example.org https:
During this annual series of events, Washtenaw County as a Welcoming Community become part of a global movement to recognize the economic, social and cultural advantage of welcoming all people, regardless of origin of birth.
By participating in Welcoming Week, the following businesses recognize that being a welcoming community for all makes everyone stronger economically, socially, and culturally.
Please patronize these Welcoming Week businesses by downloading your own "I'm A Welcomer" packet and showing it to the staff!
Jewish Family Services of Washtenaw County, 2245 South State Street, Ste 200. Free. 9895339357. email@example.com [map]
Every Fri. Slow-paced rides, Slow-paced rides, 20 miles or more, to Dexter and beyond. Breakfast at Riverview Café in Dexter.
9 a.m., Barton Nature Area parking lot, W. Huron River Dr. near Bird Rd. Free. 476-4944.
A study of the common spirituality and inter-connectivity of the world's great religious and spiritual traditions, otherwise known as the perennial wisdom. Religion has often been part of the problem; can spirituality be part of the solution?
An examination of the new romance between Science and Spirituality. Guest speakers, discussion, brief lectures. This Study Group led by J.T. Ramelis will meet Fridays, 10:00 am-12:00 pm on September 20 - November 8.
Interfaith Center for Spiritual Growth, Large Classroom, 704 Airport Blvd. $45. 734-998-9351. firstname.lastname@example.org www.olli-umich.org [map]
Every Mon.-Fri. Half hour program of stories and songs for kids ages 2-5 (with caregiver).
Mon. 11 a.m. Westgate.
Tue. 10 a.m. Downtown & 11 a.m. Traverwood.
Wed. 10 a.m. Malletts Creek, 11 a.m. Downtown, & 1 p.m. Westgate & 6 p.m. Traverwood.
Thurs. 10 a.m. Traverwood & 7 p.m. Pittsfield.
Fri. 10 a.m. Westgate & Pittsfield.
Various locations, every Mon.-Fri. (see listing). Free. 327-4200.
The University of Michigan Library Special Collections Research Center holds an extraordinary collection of artifacts, manuscripts, and early printed books illustrating the early history of western medicine. In an informal workshop setting, participants will learn about the birth and early development of western medicine through a close viewing of historical artifacts, including ancient papyri, medical amulets, medieval manuscripts, and richly illustrated Renaissance books. Instructor Pablo Alvarez will lead the workshop, paying special attention to the interplay between science and religion as well as to the role of art in disseminating medical knowledge.
Hatcher Graduate Library, (South) Special Collections Research Center, 913 S. University Ave. $10. 734-998-9351. Olli.email@example.com www.olli-umich.org [map]
Music for Little Folks director Gari Stein, Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra flutist Alaina Bercilla, and pianist Kathryn Goodson lead kids age 5 & under (accompanied by an adult) in a 30-minute program that includes storytelling and dancing to live music. Participants also learn about the instruments.
AADL Downtown Multipurpose Room, 343 S. Fifth Ave. Free. 327-4200. [map]
Sept. 20: On the Basis of Sex, Mimi Leder's 2018 biopic about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Sept. 27: Vice, Adam McKay's comic 2018 Dick Cheney biopic starring Christian Bale.
Oct. 18: Isn't It Romantic, Todd Strauss-Schulson's 2019 rom-com fantasy starring Rebel Wilson as a jaded woman trapped in a romantic comedy.
Oct. 25: The Mule, Clint Eastwood's 2018 thriller about a 90-year-old veteran who becomes a drug mule for a Mexican cartel.
10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., SASC, 7190 N. Maple, Saline. $1. 429-9274. [map]
Every Mon.-Fri. For kids up to 24 months (with caregiver). No older siblings.
Mon. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Downtown.
Tues. 10-11 a.m. Malletts Creek.
Wed. 11 a.m.-noon. Pittsfield.
Thurs. 2-3 p.m. Westgate & 6:30-7:30 p.m. Malletts Creek.
Fri. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Traverwood.
Every Mon.-Fri., various locations (see listings for details). Free. 327-4200.
On September 20, three days before the UN Climate Summit in NYC, young people and adults will STRIKE all across the US and world to demand transformative action be taken to address the climate crisis.
Join the rest of Washtenaw County as we disrupt business as usual to stand up for our future.
11am WALKOUT to Ingalls Mall
11am - 12pm Tabling + Performances
12:45pm Workshop Block 1
1:30pm Workshop Block 2
2:15pm Closing Performance
Attend workshops led by community members on the forefront of fighting for climate justice, conservation of biodiversity, sustainable agriculture, indigenous land tenure, and a green economy, and learn how you can get involved.
More information at:
Ingalls Mall, 881 N University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48109. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org https:
For kids age 6 & under.
11 a.m.-noon, DDL, 3255 Alpine, Dexter. Free. 426-4477. [map]
Sept. 6, 15, & 20. Docents give a behind-the-scenes look at the historic Clements building and collections.
11 a.m. (all dates), 3 p.m. (Sept. 6), & 2:30 p.m. (Sept. 15), Clements, 909 South University. Free; preregistration requested at myumi.ch/650X8. 764-2347. [map]
Every Wed., Fri., & Sat. All invited to play one of 100 songs, with melodies transcribed in numbers, on the 17-bell chime's numbered keys. Ambitious players can add chords. Kids welcome.
Noon-12:30 p.m. (Wed. & Fri.) & 10:30-11 a.m. (Sat.), Kerrytown Market & Shops. Free. 369-3107. [map]
Small-Group Personal Training. A full body strength training, cardio and flexibility routine with customization to your fitness level
Better Living Fitness Center, 834B Phoenix Dr. Ann Arbor, MI 48108. $20. (734) 747-0123. email@example.com betterlivingfitness.com [map]
All adults invited. Supplies provided. Crafts include "Hello Gourd-geous" wooden pumpkins (Sept. 20) & "Looking Glass" Halloween crystal balls (Oct. 7 & 18). The Oct. 18 craft is geared toward seniors.
7-8:30 p.m. (Mon. & Wed.) & 1-2:30 p.m. (Fri.), SDL, 555 N. Maple, Saline. Free; preregistration required. 429-5450. [map]
Let's make the world our museum. In this course let's spend an hour or two enjoying ourselves concentrating on the work of one artist. We'll spend a little time getting to know them, their families, education, and other formative experiences. Led by Instructor Mike Kapetan we'll study their technical and mental approach to work. But mainly we'll enjoy the fruits of their labor. The first three sessions will be spent looking at Paul Klee, Georgia O'Keeffe, and the Japanese woodcarver Enku. The fourth session will be based upon suggestions from the class participants. Sessions will be held Fridays from 1-3 pm from September 20th through October 11th.
Turner Senior Resource Center, 2401 Plymouth Road. $30. 734-998-9351. Olli.firstname.lastname@example.org www.olli-umich.org [map]
Nine speakers from around the world discuss graffiti as a historical devotional practice, the challenge of documenting and preserving ancient graffiti, and new archaeological discoveries in Sudan, Egypt, and Italy. Reception follows.
1-5 p.m., Kelsey, 434 S. State. Free. 764-9304. [map]
Every Thurs. & Fri. beginning Sept. 12. All invited to chat with the UMMA director about recent exhibits and ideas for the museum.
Noon-1 p.m. (Thurs.) & 3-4 p.m. (Fri.), UMMA Living Room, 525 S. State. Free. 764-0395. [map]
Every Fri. All invited to draw or write. Supplies and writing and drawing prompts provided.
4-7 p.m., Pointless, 3014 Packard. Free admission (buy your own beer). pointlessbrew.com, (989) 455-4484. [map]
Every Mon.-Thurs. beginning Sept. 4. The U-M's highly disciplined 200-plus-member marching band or sections thereof can be seen and heard practicing on Elbel Field. All are welcome to find a spot in the bleachers and get a sneak preview of upcoming halftime shows. Rehearsals usually last 1-2 hours.
4:45 p.m., Elbel Field, Hill at Division. Free. 764-0582.
Sept. 20 & 21. This old-fashioned Oktoberfest kicks off with the annual "Tapping of the Golden Keg" and features a beer garden with German brews and traditional German food. Bake sale. Note: No pets after 5 p.m. Tonight: live music by the popular Detroit 70s and 80s classic rock dance band Your Generation (8 p.m.).
5-11 p.m. (Fri.) & 10 a.m.-11 p.m. (Sat.), downtown Saline. Free ($5 admission after 5 p.m. for those age 21 & over). salineoktoberfest.com, 316-2119. [map]
"The Ukrainian Famine: What We Know Now and Why It Matters": U-M Center for Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies 60th Anniversary Lecture.more >
"The Ukrainian Famine: What We Know Now and Why It Matters": U-M Center for Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies 60th Anniversary Lecture.< less
Washington Post foreign policy columnist and London School of Economics professor Anne Applebaum reads from Red Famine: Stalin's War on Ukraine, her 2017 book that examines the famine that was the result of Stalin's 1929 agricultural collectivization policy, which forced millions of peasants onto collective farms. An estimated 3 million Ukrainians died, and Applebaum argues that they were deliberately murdered by the state.
5:30-7 p.m., 1010 Weiser Hall, 500 Church. Free. 764-0351. [map]
Designed for absolute beginners, each class begins with a heart pumping warm up and a brief overview of aerial safety, then we fly the friendly skies of The Ann Arbor Aviary! We'll introduce you to the flexibility, leverage, and balance used while on the aerial apparatus, as well as how to engage the muscles needed to stay safe in the air. Come ready to sweat, smile, and be supported as you challenge both mind and body! Please register via the Aviary's website, class size is limited. =)
The Ann Arbor Aviary, 2875 Boardwalk Dr, Suite A. $25. email@example.com a2aviary.com [map]
NEW INTERNATIONAL PEACE POLE DEDICATION AT LOCAL YOGA CENTER IN DEXTER--PUBLIC INVITED
Verapose Yoga & Meditation House in Dexter announces the planting of a Peace Pole and public dedication, ceremony and celebration to symbolize their commitment and contribution toward contributing to greater peace on earth. The public is invited to join in this dedication and celebration towards global peace.
"A Peace Pole is an internationally-recognized symbol of the hopes and dreams of the entire human family, standing vigil in silent prayer for peace on earth. Each Peace Pole bears the message May Peace Prevail on Earth in different languages on each of its four or six sides. There are tens of thousands of Peace Poles in nearly every country in the world dedicated as monuments to peace." ~The Peace Pole Project
The ceremony and dedication will be lead by Leigh Ann Phillips-Knope, MA, RYT.
Verapose Yoga & Meditation House, 3173 Baker Road, Dexter. Free. 734.358.1744. veraposeyoga.com [map]
A 3.1-mile trail run (or walk) along a scenic course. Also, a 1-mile kids fun run. Leashed dogs welcome. Proceeds benefit the Humane Society of Huron Valley.
6 p.m., Independence Lake County Park, 3200 Jennings, Dexter. $20 (kids, $5) in advance by Sept. 19 at parksonline.ewashtenaw.org; $25 (kids, $10) at the gate. $6 vehicle entry fee. 449-4437. [map]
A ceremony led by Roots of Change co-director Leigh Ann Phillips-Knope. Mini-yoga classes & demos, refreshments, and prizes.
6-9 p.m., Verapose, 3173 Baker, Dexter. Free. 358-1744. [map]
BBQ dinner and dancing to live folk-rock by the Bob Skon Trio. Also, a horse meet-and-greet and art auction. Beer & wine. Age 21 & over only.
6:30 p.m., TRI barn, 3425 E. Morgan Rd. Tickets $125 in advance at therapeuticridinginc.org. 677-0303. [map]
This acclaimed Princeton-based poet reads from Days & Days, his new collection that touches on parenthood, childhood, local natural habitats, graffiti culture, roses, and romance. "Sharp, spare lines bring forward otherwise-missed moments in our common experiences," says poet Raśl Niño. Signing.
7 p.m., Literati, 124 E. Washington. Free. 585-5567. [map]
Panel discussion about the differences between Indian and western music traditions by musicians TBA. Short concert follows.
7-8:30 p.m., AADL Downtown multipurpose rm., 343 S. Fifth Ave. Free. 327-4200. [map]
Sept. 20 & 21. This New Orleans-bred actor-comedian is known for his irreverent, politically incorrect, but affectionate stories exploring the incorrigible comedy of human behavior. Preceded by 2 opening acts. Alcohol is served.
7:30 & 10 p.m., 212 S. Fourth Ave. $14 reserved seating in advance, $16 general admission at the door. 996-9080. [map]
All invited to discuss Ella Frances Sanders' 2019 "book of small musings" exploring scientific concepts by deliberately eschewing scientific language in favor of poetic images and whimsical drawings. Hosted by Crazy Wisdom staff member Deb Flint.
7:30-9 p.m., Crazy Wisdom, 114 S. Main. Free. 665-2757. [map]
Screening of the 1994 animated Disney classic The Lion King. Also, snuggles with adoptable cats. Popcorn, juice, and water. Kids must be accompanied by an adult (at least 1 for every 3 kids). Bring pillows, sleeping bags, and blankets, if you wish. This event usually sells out.
Tiny Lions, 5245 Jackson, ste. A1. $10 in advance at tinylions.org
Every Thurs.-Sun., Sept. 12-Oct. 13. This local professional theater company performs Jeanine Tesori and (Ann Arbor native) Lisa Kron's 2013 Broadway musical based on Alison Bechdel's poignant graphic memoir about growing up in a funeral home, the discovery of her sexuality, and her relationship with her closeted gay father. The music "has the interrogative restlessness of thought in pursuit of certainty, and the ambivalent mix of anger and affection that pervades our relationships with our nearest and dearest," says New York Times critic Ben Brantley. "There's a delicate dissonance in the multiple-part songs, which are all the more affecting for their implicit yearning for harmony."
7:30 p.m. (Thurs.-Sat.) & 2 p.m. (Sat. & Sun.), Encore, 3126 Broad St., Dexter. Tickets $32 (seniors, $30; youth & groups of 10 or more, $28) on Thurs.; $36 (seniors, $34; youth & groups of 10 or more, $32) on Fri. & Sat. eve.; $34 (seniors, $32; youth & groups of 10 or more, $30) for all matinees in advance at theencoretheatre.org and at the door. $15 student rush tickets (if available) an hour before showtime. 268-6200. [map]
Emma McDermott is a singer/songwriter from Ann Arbor Michigan. She recently studied at Columbia College in Chicago as part of the contemporary and urban popular music program, and had the opportunity to write and perform with guest artists Cory Henry and Ivan Neville. She is currently working on a solo album in the Ann Arbor area and is hoping to expand her network as an artist while taking a break from school.
Unity Vibration Tasting Room, 93 Ecorse Rd, Ypsilanti. Free. firstname.lastname@example.org https:
Humorous, refreshingly down-to-earth originals by this highly regarded singer-songwriter from Chicago who has been described as a blend of James Taylor and Dan Fogelberg, injected with the humor of Tom Paxton and David Letterman. His songs have been recorded by everyone from Christine Lavin to Tom Chapin, and his repertoire tonight showcases songs from his new album, Last Day on This Earth.
8 p.m., FUMC Green Wood Church, 1001 Green Rd. at Glazier Way. $15 in advance and at the door. 665-8558. [map]
Guitarist Frank Zappa's son Dweezil leads an ensemble of young musicians in a live performance of Hot Rats, Frank's 1969 album that AllAboutJazz calls "one of jazz-rock's foundation fusion records" and that Q Magazine (U.K.) ranked 13th in its "40 Cosmic Rock Albums" list. Dweezil won the 2009 Grammy for "Best Rock Instrumental Performance" for his cover of "Peaches en Regalia," the album's 1st song.
8 p.m., Michigan Theater. Tickets $25-$90 in advance at ticketmaster.com & all Ticketmaster outlets, & at the door. (800) 745-3000. [map]
Bassist Paul Keller and vibraphonist Cary Kocher lead their quintet in a program of works by jazz pianist George Shearing. With pianist Adam Mosley, guitarist Matt LoRusso, and drummer David Alvarez.
8 p.m., KCH, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Tickets $20-$40 (students, $10) in advance at a2tix.com. Reservations recommended. Kerrytownconcerthouse.com, 769-2999. [map]
Kenneth Kiesler conducts this ensemble of music majors in a program highlighted by Prokofiev's virtuosic Piano Concerto no. 3, with U-M Concerto Competition winner Xiaoya Liu. Also, Berlioz's Roman Carnival Overture and Ravel's arrangement of Mussorgsky's colorful Pictures at an Exhibition. Preceded at 7:15 p.m. in the lower lobby by a lecture on the program (tentative).
8 p.m., Hill Auditorium. Free. 615-3204. [map]
Every Thurs.-Sun., Sept. 20-Oct. 13. David Wolber directs the Michigan premiere of NYC playwright Joshua Harmon's 2018 satire about a progressive white couple whose proud legacy of diversifying the mostly white boarding school at which they work is challenged when their high-achieving son doesn't get in to Yale, while his quarter-black best friend, with worse grades, does. An exploration of the hypocrisy of liberals who want to promote diversity without giving up any power or privilege, the play is praised by a New York Times critic as "an extraordinarily useful and excruciating satire-of the left, by the left, for the left-for today." Cast: Joe Bailey, Sarah Burcon, Diane Hill, Jeremy Kucharek, and Cynthia Szczesny.
8 p.m. (Thurs.-Sat.) & 2 p.m. (Sun.), Theatre Nova, 410 W. Huron. Tickets (if available) are $22 or pay what you can afford, in advance at theatrenova.org and at the door. Members ($75 annual donation) receive priority access to all shows. 635-8450. [map]
Outdoor screening of The Lego Movie, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller's 2014 computer animated adventure-comedy about an ordinary LEGO construction worker thought to be the prophesied "Special" who will stop an evil tyrant. Bring chairs and blankets. The program begins with circus performers.
8 p.m., Maynard. Free. 668-8397.
Every Fri. & Sat. Comedic improv by experienced local groups, including Pointless's resident company the League of Pointless Improvisers. The Sept. 13, 20, & 27 shows feature sets by This Is a Quiz.
8 & 10 p.m., Pointless, 3014 Packard. Tickets $15 (8 p.m.) & $12 (10 p.m.) in advance at pointlessbrew.com & at the door. (989) 455-4484. [map]
Every Wed.-Sun., Sept. 19-Dec. 21. Michelle Mountain directs the world premiere of Livonia playwright David MacGregor's 2nd Sherlock Holmes play, which features the Victorian super sleuth solving a case for the playboy Prince of Wales on the eve of Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Coincidentally, the master chef Auguste Escoffier needs the detective's help as well. Cast: Mark Colson, Paul Stroili, Sarab Kamoo, Caitlin Cavannaugh, Tom Whalen, and David Bendena.
8 p.m. (Thurs.-Sat.), 3 p.m. (Wed. & Sat.), & 2 p.m. (Sun.), Purple Rose Theatre, 137 Park St., Chelsea. Tickets $30 (Wed.), $27 (Thurs.), $41 (Fri. eve. & weekend matinees), $46 (Sat. eve.) in advance at purplerosetheatre.org and by phone, and (if available) at the door. Discounts available for students, seniors, teachers, military personnel, and groups. 433-7673. [map]
5-km nighttime run through lit trails. T-shirts ($7) and glow items (cost TBA) available.
8:30 p.m. (registration begins at 6:30 p.m.), Rolling Hills County Park, 7660 Stony Creek Rd., Ypsilanti. $15. 484-9676, ext. 0. [map]
"Friday Night Swing": Ann Arbor Swing Dance Association/Ann Arbor Community for Traditional Music and Dance.more >
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Every Fri. Lindy hop, East Coast swing, Charleston, blues, and Balboa dancing to music spun by DJs. No partner needed. Preceded at 8 p.m. by a free beginner lesson.
9 p.m.-midnight, Riverside Arts Center, 76 N. Huron, Ypsilanti. $5 (students with ID, $4; $1 discount for AACTMAD members). (847) 757-0942. [map]
Ann Arbor Distilling Co.: Andrew Brown's Djangophonique
Local ensemble led by guitarist Brown that plays music inspired by the legendary gypsy jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt.
Blue Llama: "Ann Arbor Jazz Festival."
A 3-day showcase with a focus on Michigan-based jazz. Tonight: Headliner (8:30 p.m.): Theo Croker, a nationally acclaimed experimental jazz trumpeter whose music incorporates elements of hip-hop, funk, soul, R&B, and pop. Openers: Ron Brooks Quartet (7 p.m.) and Jordan Anderson Quartet 5:30 p.m.).
Club Above: MEMCO
Conor O'Neill's: Chirp
Local jazz-inflected progressive funk-rock quartet.
Crazy Wisdom Tea Room: Terry Birkett
Longtime Livonia Americana guitarist and songwriter. Tonight he is joined by various musical friends TBA.
Detroit St. Filling Station: Royal Garden Trio
Local trio led by guitarist Brian Delaney that plays early jazz standards and Hot Club-style gypsy jazz. With cellist Michael Karoub and clarinetist and tenor guitarist Tom Bogardus.
Earle: Rick Burgess Trio
Jazz ensemble, named after the late jazz pianist and Earle cofounder Burgess, featuring drummer Robert Warren and a rotating roster of bassists and pianists.
Habitat Lounge: Atomic Radio
Detroit quartet that plays 70s-90s rock and pop favorites.
Local pop-rock quartet fronted by vocalist Robin Grant. With guitarist John Rasmussen, bassist Cy Clone, and drummer Jim Weyman. 6:30- 9:30 p.m.
Mash: Dan Orcutt
Veteran local folk-rock singer-songwriter. 6-9 p.m.
Mash: Detroit's Own Soul Purpose
An eclectic mix of genres from funk and blues-rock to hard country by this Westland quintet fronted by vocalist Carol Holmes.
Rumpus Room: Open Mike
All musicians invited. Hosted by Jacob Gibson. Sign-up begins at 6 p.m. 7-11 p.m.
Silvio's Organic Pizza: Chuck Swanagan
Local Americana folk-rock singer-guitarist.
Ypsi Alehouse: Malty Taskers Jug Band
Old-time music from blues and country to hokum. 5-7 p.m.
Zal Gaz Grotto: Andy Adamson Quintet
Jazz originals by keyboardist Adamson in styles ranging from traditional to modern electric jazz, along with some free improvisation. With saxophonist Dan Bennett, acoustic and electric bassist Brennan Andes, trumpeter Ross Huff, and drummer John Taylor. The band has a new CD, First Light. 8-11 p.m.
Ziggy's: Sisters of Your Sunshine Vapor
Local psychedelic-blues garage quartet. Opener: Las Drogas, an Ypsilanti band that plays loud, raucous, melodic, bluesy, surf-guitar psychobilly.
Zou Zou's Cafe: Billy Brandt
Rootsy, country-flavored psychedelic folk-rock by this veteran Detroit singer-songwriter. He is accompanied by dobro player Dave Falk.
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