Travel Insider: December 2017

Dec 11, 2017

If you’re new to our newsletter, we welcome you! The Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti area is full of one-of-a-kind things to do, and this month we’re excited to share some cold weather outdoor activity ideas with you — along with gear from one of our favorite outfitters; celebrate a winter music festival featuring Michigan musicians; build an appetite for January's Restaurant Week; and stroll down memory lane with the Ann Arbor District Library. We also bid a warm "see you soon" to the Natural History Museum as it prepares to move into its new home.

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BRAVING THE ELEMENTS

True outdoor enthusiasts don't get cold feet when the temperature drops. Get them the gear they need for all the winter activities in our area. Gear Up!

 

MITTENFEST IS A MUSICAL MUST!

Hear great music and support a great cause — 826michigan — at Mittenfest XII, Dec. 29-31 at Ypsilanti's Bona Sera. Chill Out

 

RESTAURANT WEEK IS ALMOST HERE!

Local produce in January? Yes, in Ann Arbor Restaurant Week! See which restaurants will feature produce and other products from Michigan farms January 14-19. Dine Out

 

LIBRARY PODCAST POINTS TO THE PAST

Passionate about the past? Tune in to Ann Arbor Stories. These shorts feature the extraordinary people and events that have shaped Ann Arbor since 1824. Listen In

 

U-M MUSEUM MEMORIES

U-M's Museum of Natural History will close its doors Dec. 30 as it prepares to move into a new facility, opening again in 2019. Join us for a stroll down memory lane. Go Blue!

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