First Fridays in Ypsi Stays Hot through Autumn

. October 31, 2018.
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First Fridays, a self-guided art walk and street party in Ypsilanti on the first Friday of each month, has become a favorite tradition for people of all ages. The City closes down Michigan Ave between Adams and Huron Streets, allowing more than three dozen businesses to offer live entertainment and unique arts and crafts in front of their stores. First Fridays will hold their 5th Annual Gala and Fundraiser at the Ypsi Freight House on Nov.15th, offering food, drink, and entertainment in support of First Fridays.

First Fridays is a free event.

The Annual Gala is $25.
6-10pm | Nov. 15

To buy tickets to the Annual Gala, go to brownpapertickets.com.
For information on First Fridays write to kayia@firstfridaysypsi.com.

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