Upcoming Events

Friday, May 26

Saturday, May 27

  • 10:00am

    Help Washtenaw County Parks personnel eradicate this seriously invasive plant.

  • 12:00pm - 6:00pm

    An afternoon of skateboarding activities in memory of longtime area skateboarder Dave Tuck, including skateboard demos from Michigan and national skateboarders, street contests, DJs, and a silent auction. Benefits Grind for Life and Strap In for Life, two organizations that aid skateboarders with cancer. Info: tuckloveA2@gmail.com

  • U-M Diag
    2:30pm - 5:00pm

    Shatter valuable crockery on the Diag in the company of other jugglers! Beginners welcome. If weather is questionable, call 761-1115.

Sunday, May 28

Monday, May 29

Tuesday, May 30

Wednesday, May 31

Thursday, June 1

Friday, June 2

  • 9:00am - 11:59pm

    First Fridays is a monthly art and culture walk in Ypsilanti. 35+ venues are participating in this month's First Friday. Art exhibitions, restaurants and food trucks, sales, and more. 

  • 6:00pm - 10:00pm

    Ypsi's First Annual Pride celebration in partnership with First Fridays Ypsilanti. Headlining Duane and the Jet Black Eels, Kate Peterson, and Wraiths. Teddy Rhinestone as MC. Fashion show, spoken word, comedy and drag performances. Artist and resource tables, Patio bar provided by Bona Sera. Official after party dance party at Bona Sera Underground.

Saturday, June 3

  • 1:00pm

    U.S. premiere of a Japanese thriller about a murderer who travels Japan, constantly switching identities. Also Wednesday at 9:15 p.m.

Sunday, June 11

  • 12:05pm

    Free screening of the Midwest premiere of this new family animation film from Japan about a teenage girl who should be studying for her university entrance exams but just can’t stay awake. She dreams about a strange world filled with magic, monsters, city-stomping robots, and a trapped princess whose only companion is an enchanted doll.

Friday, June 16

  • 7:00pm

    Author Roxane Gay reads and signs her latest book, Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body. Ticket price includes a copy of the book at the event. Tickets

Sunday, June 18

  • 4:30pm

    Free screening of the Miyazaki classic about the conflict between nature and technology, set in 15th-century Japan. Part of the kickoff for Ann Arbor Japan Week.

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