March 7, 2010 - 8:04pm - Posted by mmiranda McKinley Employee
Parent Awareness Month - Dr. Mary Bigler, a Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Eastern Michigan University, will be presenting an informative and fun-filled workshop called “Laughing Matters” in which she will share the joys and challenges of parenting. Humor and a positive attitude in producing happy, healthy children will be explored.Where:
March 7, 2010 - 2:54pm - Posted by cdesjarlais McKinley Employee
CONGRATULATIONS to our March Winner! Congrats to our March 2010 Early Bird Drawing Winner: Dionne I ! You've received a $25 rent credit for April's rent!There is a winner every month! To enter, simply pay your rent before the 1st of the month!
February 26, 2010 - 1:26pm - Posted by mmiranda McKinley Employee
Presented by The Ford Seahorses Scuba Diving Club, in conjunction with the Detroit Historical Society’s Dossin Maritime Group and the Dossin Great Lakes Museum; featuring a wide variety of sessions on Great Lakes shipwrecks, international dives and technical diving and equipment, as well as a variety of book signings and exhibits from local maritime artists, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum and local dive shops. Where:
February 20, 2010 - 2:07pm - Posted by mmiranda McKinley Employee
Join freNZ, the Neutral Zone’s hippest fundraising group, for an evening of film, music, drinks, food and tinsel town glamour, Thursday, February 25, 7pm @ Michigan Theater. Dress in your finest “red carpet” attire. Entertainment provided by Neutral Zone teens, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, and Forest Juziuk. Tickets: $25 before Feb. 12 and $30 after. Ticket price includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine. All proceeds benefit the Neutral Zone. Ann Arbor's Teen Center
February 15, 2010 - 12:09pm - Posted by mmiranda McKinley Employee
UMS Global Focus: Africa wsg Béla Fleck, banjo; featuring Bassekou Kouyate and Ngoni Ba (Mali), John Kitime, guitar (Tanzania); Anania Ngoliga, multi-instrumentalist (Tanzania); Collaborating with other amazing African MusiciansIn his most ambitious project to date, renowned musician Béla Fleck explores the origins of the banjo. During his travels to Africa, Fleck discovered that while the banjo is traditionally considered an American instrument, its origins lie far from her shores. With the Africa Project, Fleck brings to the stage his collaborations with some of Africa’s most talented...