Growing Hope is delighted to announce the second annual Ypsilanti Food Awards on Saturday, April 15th. This fun fundraising event will support our Ypsilanti Farmers Markets and celebrate local food achievements, including our market vendors and the great diversity of local independent food businesses. We’ll highlight the positive economic impact of food entrepreneurs during a spectacular evening of delicious food, drink, and music - culminating in an awards ceremony for success stories and local heroes in Ypsi’s food world.
** Building Blocks for the Food Entrepreneur is a series of free workshops put on by Growing Hope, with partnership from the MSU Extension Service, the Michigan Small Business Development Center, SCORE -- Washtenaw County, the Entrepreneurship Center at WCC, and SPARK East Incubator. Support comes from Growing Our Local Economy: Washtenaw County Act 88 funds.
Sun Feb 19 2017 at 03:30 pm
Towsley Auditorium, 4800 E. Huron River Dr.,
Come Enjoy the Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra perform a Mid Winter's Classic Concert!
Join the Ladies' Literary Club for an afternoon tea experience filled with frivolity, nonsense, and a touch of magic. Hand blended teas from the Orange Moon Tea Society will transport you to Wonderland as we celebrate our un-birthdays together. Enjoy tasty treats, spellbinding scenes, and extraordinary guests woven into a unique storytelling experience. Join us, won't you?
he Cabaret-style concert will include songs from Broadway and the Silver Screen, depicting all aspects of love: from love from a distance, first love, and lasting love to embitterment and betrayal. The concert will also include a tribute to Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds as well as the Buster Keaton silent short "One Week" about a pair of newlyweds literally setting up house for the first time and the problems that occur when a jealous suitor purposely mislabels the crates of parts for the house.
Hello Eveyone. FFY Gala is just around the corner, and we need your help. For all of those who are interested we will be hosting art workshops to create the decorations for the party!!
Come travel the world through theatre with Spinning Dot Theatre! The Global Play Project is a series of excerpts from fascinating international plays for young audiences. These excerpts are directed and performed by the dynamic Spinning Dot Youth Company and our very first group of Teen Apprentices. This festival will also showcase a group of special local guests artists including Shavonne Coleman, Todd Sheets, Mark Isler, Tyler Calhoun, Heather Heidemann Nordenbrock, Matthew Elijah Webb, Kelly Joyce Fielder and Alexander Sloan alongside our young artists.
Bring the kiddos while you check out our brand new store! We'll have the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum in store hosting three different interactive activity stations! This is a great time to learn about what the museum has to offer and check out the great deals we will have as your new local grocery store! This is a free event!
Need a good laugh? Campus Life invites you to come experience Laugh Lounge, a haven for stand-up comedy fans. Take a break from your busy life as local stand-up comedians come together to make your night worth remembering. Be prepared to laugh, be shocked, and have a good time with us
The iconic Harlem Globetrotters are coming to EMU with their family show, featuring some of the greatest athletes on the planet. With incredible ball handling wizardry, amazing rim-rattling dunks and trick shots, side-splitting comedy and unequaled on-court fan interaction, this must-see event is guaranteed to entertain the whole family. Tickets start at $18.