Blog Archive - 03/2017

Mar 23, 2017
Spring has sprung in Ann Arbor and there's lots to do in the city and in our smaller communities, as well!   44th Annual Dance for Mother Earth Ann Arbor Powwow. This gathering of Native Americans from throughout the Great Lakes area includes social dancing and demonstrations of different ... Read more and see comments!

Posted in: Things to Do
Mar 22, 2017
Have you ever taken a drive out on the back roads of western Washtenaw County? They traverse some of the most picturesque rural landscapes in the region, and contain one of Michigan’s first and largest German settlements. Many of its houses, barns, outbuildings, roads, and farm fields remain visible ... Read more and see comments!

Posted in: History
Mar 16, 2017
What flows for 104 miles and draws more than 2.5 million people each year? Southeast Michigan’s own Huron River! For kayaking, canoeing, fishing on a fly, and other freshwater pursuits, the Huron River Water Trail is a Michigan treasure worth exploring. Meet the Huron River Water Trail--104 miles ... Read more and see comments!

Posted in: Outdoor Recreation
Mar 16, 2017
The Huron River is one of the best places in Michigan for smallmouth bass fishing. Our guest blogger Emma Schulte interviews the owner of Schultz Outfitters in Ypsilanti and learns what makes fly fishing a memorable experience for both beginners and experts alike.  If you’re not an avid ... Read more and see comments!

Posted in: Outdoor Recreation
Mar 02, 2017
Great Lakes Shipwreck Festival: In past years, this has been a sleeper hit event, so whether you’re a full-on boat nerd, or a person just getting her sea legs, consider checking out this daylong series of 1-hour presentations on Great Lakes maritime history and shipwrecks, along with diving ... Read more and see comments!

Posted in: Things to Do
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