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 feature two very fall-friendly events — the Smoke & Ale Festival in Chelsea and the University of Michigan Fall Festival. There's even an article providing a greater festive autumn overview! We are also pleased to share with you a behind-the-scenes look at the historic Willow Run bomber plant and preview The Academy of Early Music 2017-2018 season. These two "hidden gems" are true treasures!
Barbecue and the charming town of Chelsea go hand in hand. This year's Smoke & Ale Festival, set for the fairgrounds, is an officially sanctioned Master Series contest! Get ready for delicious BBQ, live music, the Cornhole Classic, and more. EAT UP!
University of Michigan Bicentennial festivities conclude with a fall festival that spans Homecoming Weekend Oct. 26‑28. Events include performances of the HAILstorm! lightshow, the Third Century Expo, and the football game against Rutgers! GO BLUE!
Known as Tree Town, Ann Arbor offers a kaleidoscope of fall colors. That's one reason The Chicago Tribune called it, "the most charming college town in the Midwest." DO IT UP!
Explore the world of Rosie the Riveter and the Arsenal of Democracy through these five fun facts about the historic Willow Run bomber plant. UP & AWAY!
Enjoy music from the Middle Ages to the Classical Era presented by Ann Arbor's Academy of Early Music. Its concert series is the only one in Michigan devoted exclusively to early music. LISTEN UP!