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Hands-on introduction covering safety and basic shooting skills led by WCPARC naturalist Kelsey Dehring for all age 8 & up. Archery equipment provided. No prior experience necessary. 10–11:30 a.m. & 2-3:30 p.m., Staebler Farm County Park, 7734 Plymouth Rd. Free, preregistration required at bit.ly/wcprc2022 (activity #831007). firstname.lastname@example.org, 971–6337.
Drag shows by the Brunchettes and guests. 11 a.m. & 2 p.m. Bobcat Bonnie’s, 200 W. Michigan Ave., Ypsilanti. $45 includes brunch and one drink. Preregistration required at midragbrunch.com.
Creal Microgallery presents "Portable Disaster Proof House: Take It With You!!!," a small-scale installation work by Tracey Snelling, echoing several other installations by the artist, that are concurrently on view in Ann Arbor. This installation pulls together pop cultural elements to create a "safe space" filled with tropical sunset wallpaper, movie posters, and Keanu Reeves. Snelling's installations often take on multiple scales at once-- existing in life size and miniature simultaneously. This exhibition conjures a space that is at once comforting and overwhelming, centering and disorienting.
Creal Microgallery is a breadbox-sized exhibition space on Creal Crescent in Ann Arbor, visible from the sidewalk and lit up most nights until 11pm.
Every Mon., Jan. 24–Apr. 18. All invited to join this independent 30-member local women’s chorus to sing everything from Bach to folk songs and Broadway and pop tunes. Ben Gaughran directs. Joshua Marzan accompanies. First Presbyterian Church, 1432 Washtenaw. Free to visitors ($125 per semester dues for those who join). WomensChamberChorus.com, 665–9271.
Every Mon. All invited to play this intricate game resembling gin rummy and poker that’s played with colorful tiles instead of cards.Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave. $2 (members, free). Masks required. For more information email email@example.com or call 794-6250.
Every Mon., Wed., & Fri. 30 min. online lesson on gentle Tai Chi for older adults. Beginners welcome.2401 Plymouth Road. For more information and URL, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 998-9353.
Via Zoom. For more information and URL, email email@example.com or call 998-9353.
2401 Plymouth Road. For more information and URL, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 998-9353.
(2022). Premiere of this documentary featuring interviews with people who believe that they have had face-to-face encounters with God. For updated schedule, see FathomEvents.com/events. Tickets $12.50 in advance online (recommended) & at the door. Ann Arbor 20 (4100 Carpenter, 973–8424), Emagine (1335 E. Michigan Ave., Saline, 316–5500).
Johns Hopkins University international affairs professor Yascha Mounk–a leading left-wing critic of cancel culture–discusses his new book that draws on history, social psychology, and comparative politics to explore how to bridge sufficiently the bitter divides within diverse democracies to enable them to remain stable and functional. 7 p.m., for URL see literatibookstore.com/event/2022-04. Free. 585–5567.
On April 25th at 7 PM, the PRISM Quartet presents an intriguing concert of new music at the First Presbyterian Church of Ypsilanti. The program features the world premieres of Old Tune Renewed by MacArthur Fellow and University of Michigan Professor of Composition Bright Sheng, and Breath by San Francisco-based Korean composer Jungyoon Wie, winner of the 2020 ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composer Awards who recently completed her doctoral studies at the University of Michigan where her mentors included Mr. Sheng. The program also features Midwest premieres of Martin Bresnick’s Mending Time and Juri Seo’s Unsung Lullaby from PRISM’s Mending Wall project, a fully staged concert exploring the meaning of walls in our world by giving musical form to questions about identity, community, division, and freedom. Bresnick and Seo’s works take inspiration from poetry by Robert Frost and Waly Salomão, respectively. Mr. Bresnick and Ms. Seo serve as professors of composition on the faculties of Yale University and Princeton University, respectively.
$25 general admissions, $20 seniors/students with ID (all fees included)
Apr. 11 & 25. Bruce Sagan and Brad Battey lead an acoustic jam session devoted to traditional music from Sweden and Norway. All instruments welcome, no experience necessary. 7:30–9:30 p.m., in person or virtual TBA. For information, email email@example.com. Free. (908) 721–2599.
Every Mon. Performances by up to 15 aspiring stand-up comics from around the state. Local comics emcee. To perform, sign up by sending a message on Instagram, bit.ly/comedyblindpig. Age 21 & up only. Blind Pig, 208 S. First St. Free. 996–8555.
This award-winning Israeli American jazz pianist has recorded with the likes of Barbra Streisand and Diana Krall, but he’s not just a sideman. An AllAboutJazz critic praises his imaginative arrangements: “For one thing, he will compose an introduction that makes it difficult to predict what follows, but seems perfectly suited—even organic—once the tune begins.” Tonight, he presents “Richard Rodgers Reinventions,” his take on the music of Broadway composer Richard Rodgers, who from the 1920s through the 1960s contributed many playful, bittersweet tunes that have become jazz standards. 8 p.m., KCH, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Mask & proof of vaccination (or negative Covid test within past 72 hours) required. Livestream available at KerrytownConcertHouse.com. Tickets $19–$80 in advance online and at the door. 769–2999.