Dart for Art

. July 1, 2015.
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Who knew that your muscles, lungs, and blood could pump money into the local artistic community? The Dart for Art Ann Arbor Mile allows participants to support the Ann Arbor Art Fair and compete for cash prizes. Not-so-competitive runners will also have a chance to run, with divisions for local athletes, families, and anyone else who wishes to participate. Need more enticement? The race finishes at the Ann Arbor Townie Party with free beer!

6pm. Monday, July 13. $15-$40.
825 N. University. 734-531-8747.
towniestreetparty.com

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