Along the Banks of the Huron River

. January 2, 2016.
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A joint venture between weloveannarbor.com and the Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation, Along the Banks of the Huron River is a video project produced by Steve Ewing of Digital Agent Productions that highlights the great parks and activities available around town. The latest in a series of videos commissioned by Rob Ewing of Ewing Pros and We Love Ann Arbor. Past works focused on the arts, schools, and entertainment options around Ann Arbor, while this video focuses on the formation, history and beauty of Washtenaw County Parks, featuring interviews with Al Gallup, the son of Eli Gallup, Ann Arbor’s first superintendent of Parks and Parks and Recreation Employees. Get excited, get outdoors, and discover Ann Arbor’s parks. 

 

 

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