Upcoming Events

Saturday, September 21

Sunday, September 22

Monday, September 23

Tuesday, September 24

Wednesday, September 25

Thursday, September 26

Friday, September 27

Saturday, September 28

  • 12:00pm - 4:00pm

    Explore what it means to eat well and learn what exactly is in our food with fun food science experiments and demonstrations. Activities are free with admission, suitable for all ages, and run from 10-4 on Saturday and 12-4 on Sunday. More info.

  • 1:00pm - 4:00pm

    Exhibition open to all who will not be competing in an American Dahlia Society sanctioned show. Entries judged purely for garden decoration and consist of a single dahlia flower in a vase, supplied by MDA for the exhibition. Entries accepted 11 am-12:30 pm with judging at 1. Presented by Michigan Dahlia Association. (MDA).

  • 1:00pm - 4:00pm

    Learn about the varied uses of the property from its beginnings as a grist mill to the redevelopment as a small automotive factory. Visitors can also explore the beautiful gardens surrounding the mill.


Sunday, September 29

  • 1:00pm

    Celebrate the harvest season with food, music, farm tours, and activities for people of all ages! Connect with local food leaders and learn about sustainable food initiatives in our community.

  • 2:00pm - 6:00pm

    Each year, residents learn about a person buried in the cemetery and then don costumes and bring their stories to life, with stories told in the first-person. $12.00 to $18.00 —Children 12 and under have free admission. The rain date is Oct. 6.

  • 2:00pm

    Chuseok Dae is a Korean holiday similar to American Thanksgiving. Featuring an afternoon of Korean culture and arts with traditional games, crafts, performances, and holiday food. Co-Sponsored By International Institute Asian Languages and Cultures. 

Saturday, October 12

  • 2:30pm - 4:30pm

    "When It Breaks" concerns Special Education teacher Konrad Wert and his journey to avoid becoming a victim of teacher burnout. Wert turns to his musical side career as a means to engage audiences in a conversation about Special Education. Directed by former Ann Arborite Todd Tue. Tickets

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