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. September 30, 2019.

Whether you’re a novice crafter or a do-it-yourself enthusiast, the newly-opened AR Workshop® Ann Arbor offers a unique, fun experience for all ages and skill levels through instructor-led workshops. The boutique DIY shop hosts a variety of classes and workshops, with the average project completed in two and a half hours. This is the seventh Michigan location of AR Workshop®, a woman-owned franchise that first opened in Pineville, NC in 2016. Located at 3260 Washtenaw Ave., in the former Zoey + Joey Children’s Hair Studio and Boutique space (which has since moved to 2139 W. Stadium Blvd.)

For more information, call 734-546-7545 or visit arworkshop.com/annarbor.

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