Mar. 1-12. Reprise of the January premiere of award-winning NYC playwright James Anthony Tyler's drama directed by Wesleyan University film professor Joe Cacaci. It's about a coolly intellectual college professor who moves his ailing but independent blue-collar father into his Harlem penthouse. This play explores the personal trauma of a family's history, as father and son try to rectify old wounds enabled by a racist world. Stars Wendell Pierce and Charlie Robinson. Prerecorded in November without an audience at the Jam Handy event venue in Detroit.
Online at ums.org
WCPARC naturalist Elle Bogle leads a hike to look for returning red-winged blackbirds , skunk cabbages poking through the ice, and other signs of the Earth starting to slowly awaken from her long sleep. Wear footwear appropriate for muddy terrain. Masks required.
8-9:30 a.m.., Brauer Preserve, Parker Rd. just south of Waters Rd., Freedom Twp. Limited To 10 participants; preregister via email to email@example.com. Free. 971-6337, ext. 330.
Mar. 9, 16, & 23. Clements map curator Mary Pedley and University of Southern Maine cartography history professor Matthew Edney, coeditors of The History of Cartography Volume Four: Cartography in the European Enlightenment, discuss cartography bookmaking.
Mar. 9: "The Building Blocks for Creating an Encyclopedia."
Mar. 16: "The Minutiae Behind Mapmaking," with U-M Turkish studies professor Gottfried Hagen.
Mar. 23: "Digitalization and Cartography Research," with U-M map library director Karl Longstreth.
For URL preregister at clements.umich.edu. Free. 649-3370.
Tuesdays, 11-Noon. Online. Please join us for this weekly free one-hour mindfulness sitting; it's appropriate for everyone, beginners and experienced meditators alike. There are two 20 minute sits, the first guided and the second silent, with discussion and questions in between. Come when you can. Experience the power of mindfulness in community!
Please message firstname.lastname@example.org for Zoom link.
Now Online!, Saline. Free. Online. 734-276-7707. email@example.com www.MindfulnesswithPaulette.weebly.com
Every Tues, except Mar. 23. Talks by U-M and visiting scholars.
Mar. 2: U-M LRCCS postdoc Sheng Zou on "Propaganda as Viral Stunts: How Party Press in China Navigates Between Tradition and Innovation."
Mar. 9: U-M art history lecturer Bryan Miller on "Cultural Mediations in the Great Wall Frontier: The Southern Xiongnu in Northern China."
Mar. 16: Vassar College history professor Wayne Soon on "Global Medicine in Chinese East Asia, 1937-1970."
Mar. 30: U-M dance professor Fangfei Miao on "Dancing Productive Missteps: The American Dance Festival at China's Reform Era."
For URL see events.umich.edu
Talk with former California Public Utility commissioner Dian Grueneich and Institute for Science, Society, and Policy director Monica Gattinger.
Online at bit.ly
(Mercedes Gaviria, 2020). Documentary about the director's mixed feelings of admiration and reproach as she questioned the place of women in the film world and more while working on her father's new film. Spanish, subtitles. On Mar. 25, 4-6 p.m., a Q&A with Gaviria, NYU arts professor Juana Suárez, and U-M Spanish and Latin America studies professor Alejandro Herrero-Olaizola.
For URL, preregister at myumi.ch
A three part webinar on March 9, 16 and 23 that will discuss how to deal with a loved one's diagnosis of Alzheimer's Disease. Various speakers will address the emotional, financial and other practical aspects of helping manage this difficult disease.
Session 1: March 9 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Session 2: March 16 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Session 3: March 21 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Saline, MI, NA Zoom webinars, Saline. Free. Online. 734-429-5210. firstname.lastname@example.org www.standrewsaline.org
"From Socrates to Darwin and Beyond: What Children Can Teach Us About the Human Mind": U-M Annual Henry Russel Lecture.more >
"From Socrates to Darwin and Beyond: What Children Can Teach Us About the Human Mind": U-M Annual Henry Russel Lecture.< less
Talk by U-M psychology and linguistics professor Susan Gelman. The Russel Award is the U-M's highest honor, awarded annually to a faculty member who is especially distinguished in his or her field. Reception follows.
For URL preregister at myumi.ch
U-M library conservation & book repair head Marieka R. Kaye shows and discusses archival work by this 19th-century member of the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians. Q&A.
For URL preregister at umlib.us
Roundtable discussion with Stanford Institute for International Studies director Michael McFaul, Johns Hopkins University political science professor Hahrie Han, and WCED director Dan Slater.
For URL preregister at myumi.ch
Young adult center with a variety of fun virtual social activities available on weekdays throughout the school year.
Every Mon. (5-6:15 p.m.): "Spinning Dot Theatre." Discuss playwriting, acting, directing, and more.
Every Tues. (5:45-7:30 p.m.): "Zone Hack." Hands-on workshop to explore new technology. All skill levels welcome, beginners especially.
Every Wed. (5:45-7 p.m.): "Audio Techniques." Learn the basics of recording, producing, mixing and mastering. No experience necessary. Emcee and Songwriting. Participatory workshops.
Every Fri. (5:45-7 p.m.): "Live." Livestream performing arts TBA. "Loop Nations." Learn and get feedback on sound looping. No experience or equipment necessary.
Various times, for URL, see neutral-zone.org
The DTE natural gas team, in collaboration with the Ypsilanti Charter Township City Council, is hosting a virtual community gathering to update residents on natural gas system upgrades happening in the community.
March 9, 2021
Participants can click below to join the event and then sign in anonymously.
More info about upgrades is available at:
313.270.9240, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Virtual Event, Communications Strategist, Ypsilanti. Free. Online. email@example.com
Mar. 9 & 23. All invited to join philosophical discussions on various themes facilitated by U-M biomedical engineering professor Barry Belmont. For questions to ponder prior to meeting, see belmont.bme.umich.edu
Online at umich.zoom.us
All age 21 & over invited to discuss Omar El Akkad's 2018 speculative novel about the outbreak of a second civil war in 2074 over fossil fuel policies.
For URL email firstname.lastname@example.org. Free.
"Made in China: A Prisoner, an SOS Letter, and the Hidden Cost of America's Cheap Goods": Literati Bookstore At Home With Literati.more >
"Made in China: A Prisoner, an SOS Letter, and the Hidden Cost of America's Cheap Goods": Literati Bookstore At Home With Literati.< less
Washington, D.C.-based freelance journalist Amelia Pang and CNN business writer Shannon Liao discuss Pang's new book. Q&A.
Online at LiteratiBookstore.com. Free, but donations accepted. 585-5567.
Every Tues. All invited to form teams of 4 or so persons to compete in a 2-round family-friendly trivia contest featuring a range of questions from entertainment and history to pop culture and geography. Solo competitors are matched up together.
For URL email email@example.com. Free.
All invited to discuss Indian food sovereignty activist Vandana Shiva's 2007 book.
For URL email firstname.lastname@example.org. Free. 971-1157.
You might also like:
|Media in Chelsea|
Ann Arbor voters will decide four city charter amendments on November 2.
|Photo: Pride Month at the Malletts Creek branch of the library|
|Remembering Professor Don Cameron, by Jeffrey A. Stacey|
Drain commissioners dried up the county's swamps. Their successors protect its water resources.
|Nightspots: Club Above|
Restaurants with Wi-Fi
A clickable zoomable map
The Tiny Target Is Already a Hot Spot
Groceries come to State St.
|Classes, Seminars, and Workshops|