Summer lovin'

. June 20, 2012.
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If you missed the first couple weeks of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival, do not sweat—there's one more week, from July 1-July 8, to enjoy world-class musical performances, movies under the stars and many great activities. Top of the Park presents some of the region's best music in a wonderful outdoor setting every day this week, with acts Los Gatos, Lightning Love, Thornetta Davis and more. The Capital Steps will bring in Independence Day with a little satire at the Power Center and Cinematic Titanic featuring the original cast of Mystery Science Theater 3000 on July 5. Children of all ages will have a blast at Erth’s Dinosaur Petting Zoo on the Power Center Lawn at 4pm and 6pm on Sunday, July 1. And everyone will enjoy screening films,Jurassic Park on July 1, Forrest Gump on July 4 or Dirty Dancing on July 8, all outdoors at 10pm.

For the complete schedule of dates and times visit the website. Tuesday-Thursday, 6:30pm; Friday-Sunday, 5pm. Top of the Park: Ingalls Mall, Washington St. between Fletcher and Thayer St. Power Center. www.annarborsummerfestival.org

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