Tag Archives: Arts & Culture

Ypsi Heritage, Arts, and Entertainment Festival

YpsiFest is going all out this year, with a three-day festival with something for everyone. Vintage car enthusiasts can stroll through the Classic Car Show while eating barbeque hot off the grill from the BBQ Competition. Trivia geeks can go head-to-head for prizes at My Trivia Life booth, aeronautics buffs can take a helicopter ride

48th Dexter Daze

The 48th annual Dexter Daze festival will include music, food, the Chalk the Block competition and local artisans and businesses. Saturday will start with a parade and end with fireworks. Free entertainment for all ages includes a ventriloquist, clown, magic show and rubber duck race. Although they’re “just a small town,” Dexter’s best will be

Ann Arbor Farmers Market 100th Birthday Bash

The Ann Arbor Farmers Market is celebrating its centennial this year! To mark the anniversary, they are going all out with a birthday bash. The usual Saturday market will be amped up with live music, an Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra instrument “petting zoo” for the kids (where they can try their hand at all different

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is presenting Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, a documentary that celebrates the life of minister, puppeteer, and education advocate Fred Rogers.

The Blind Pig Welcomes Tim Meadows

Saturday Night Live alum Tim Meadows brings his comedic act to The Blind Pig. Perhaps best known for his character “The Ladies Man,” in both the SNL skit and movie of the same title, Meadows earned his improv chops at Chicago’s Second City with Chris Farley, then went on to join the SNL cast for

Chicago Live in Concert at Toledo Zoo

Take a trip to the Glass City for Chicago Live in Concert and chill out to the iconic band’s rock ballads from the 70s and 80s. From “If You Leave Me Now” to “You’re the Inspiration,” Chicago’s hits always have fans singing every word. Opening for Chicago is singer/songwriter Tim Stop, whose latest single “Perfect