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Free Garden Club Membership for Teachers

English Gardens - Free Garden Club for Teachers

Just in time for Back to School, English Gardens is offering teachers a free Garden Club membership. This is a great option for teachers who want to incorporate plans into their classroom. Feel free to share with your children’s school. Signups start next week (August 15). FREE GARDEN CLUB MEMBERSHIP FOR TEACHERS ANN ARBOR, Mich., August 3, 2017— Teachers can celebrate […]

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Maryfield Wildwood Park – Tuesday Playground Profile

Maryfield Wildwood Park - Entrance

Each week Ann Arbor with Kids is profiling a different playground in the Ann Arbor area including Ann Arbor, Saline, Ypsilanti, Dexter, etc. Today we are profiling Maryfield Wildwood Park, a playground on the West side of Ann Arbor located at the intersection of Westwood Ave and Maryfield Dr. Check out all of our Tuesday Playground Profiles. Maryfield Wildwood Park […]

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4-H Youth Show Report

4-H County Fair - Cows

I will start by admitting up front that I am a city girl who did my best to read up on 4-H and each different area of focus before attending the 4-H Youth Show. But although I am fascinated by and am in love with all things 4-H, I am pretty ignorant beyond surface level information. My apologies for any […]

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Argo Cascades: Wednesday Activity Review

Argo Cascades - Wednesday Activity Review - Two Drops

For years I have heard of the Argo Cascades for tubing or kayaking but I have to admit I didn’t even know where along the Huron River they were. Tubing the Argo Cascades was on our Summer 2017 Bucket List. Earlier this summer, friends invited my daughter and I to join them tubing. They provided great guidance for our first […]

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Ann Arbor Jaycees Fourth of July Parade Tips

Ann Arbor Jaycees Fourth of July Parade - Handing out Candy

This week I am the Ann Arbor Expert. I am sharing tips for tomorrow’s Ann Arbor Jaycees Fourth of July Parade. I have had the experience of enjoying the parade both as a participant and as a spectator. General Parade Information Fourth of July Parade Route The Ann Arbor Jaycees Fourth of July Parade route is almost 1 mile and […]

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5 Family Friendly Ann Arbor Hikes | Ask An Ann Arbor Expert

5 Family Friendly Ann Arbor Hikes

Are you looking for Family Friendly Ann Arbor Hikes? Pittsfield Township Mom Annie founded Hike It Baby Ann Arbor. In today’s Ask an Ann Arbor Expert post, she brings us 5 of her favorite Family Friendly Ann Arbor Hikes. With over 160 parks in the city of Ann Arbor, it can be intimidating to pick one to explore – especially […]

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Ann Arbor Fourth of July Celebrations

Ann Arbor Fourth of July Celebrations

Are you looking for Ann Arbor Fourth of July Celebrations? Don’t wait for the fourth (maybe not even for July), there are plenty of celebrations the week before the Fourth.  Ann Arbor Fourth of July Fireworks Local fireworks displays are mostly this week (or have already happened). Ironically there are no firework displays actually on the fourth. However, on the […]

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Ann Arbor Summer Reading Programs

Ann Arbor Summer Reading Programs & Recommendations

Summer Reading Programs with rewards for kids have been going on for as long as I can remember. Fortunately there are some great Ann Arbor Summer Reading Programs. I’m also sharing links to the Summer Reading Recommendations that we did last summer. Over the years my daughter has participated in a number of different summer reading programs. When she was younger and […]

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