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Welcome to the Charles Reinhart Company, Steve Peterson

 
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January 27th, 2015  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

We are delighted to welcome Steve Peterson to the Charles Reinhart Company, Realtors

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Steve Peterson was born in Ann Arbor and grew up in Saline. After a brief time in Peace Corp-style cross-cultural missions, Steve and his wife Terri moved to the Detroit area where they were involved in inner city outreach and ministry for over a decade. Steve and his family moved back to Saline at the end of 2010.

Since 2002 Steve Peterson has marketed health insurance to business owners and decision makers. During his career he consistently exceeded production quotas and won many national and state awards. He spent four years in management and developed his own marketing strategy, receiving approval from compliance departments and leaders.

Steve is working out of the East Office– 2452 East Stadium – and can be reached at 313-999-7096 or by email at stevepeterson414@gmail.com.

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Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.

8 Great Cold-Weather Kid-Friendly Activities To Do

 
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January 16th, 2015  |  +Brooke Fajardo  |  No Comments

Brrrrr…. It’s cold out there! With no end to the winter blast in sight, it can be hard to think of things to do especially with kids cooped up in the house.

Below is a list of 8 great, kid-friendly things to do in Ann Arbor when the snow is swirling and even the university students seem scarce. All are indoors and either free or quite affordable. There are age-appropriate things to do for babies, teens, and adults should have their fair share of fun, too.

8. Go to the Library

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The five-star Ann Arbor District Library is one of the best places to enjoy in A² in the winter. There are hundreds of upcoming events & activities planned for 2015 across its five branches for babies to teens to adults. Enjoy organized playgroups, concerts, story time, games, crafts and many other events this winter and throughout the year at the wonderful AADL. Don’t forget to check out some books to take home for you and the kids!

7. Go to a Museum

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With over 250 exhibits for kids to explore, the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is a great place to visit during a frigid winter day. Open seven days a week with many special events on their calendar, the Hands-On Museum is an Ann Arbor must-do with children!

Take older kids to enjoy the collections and special exhibits of the University of Michigan Museum of Art. A cultural gem in the heart of the city, take advantage of all that the UMMA has to offer! Open Tuesday through Sunday.

6. Go Get a Bagel
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Family-friendly Barry’s Bagels in the Westgate Shopping Center off of Jackson & Maple is one of Ann Arbor’s favorite bagel places. Meet up with friends for coffee or lunch as little kids are entertained watching bagels being made through a window towards the back.

Bruger’s Bagels on Ann Arbor-Saline Road also has a bagel-viewing window if you’re closer to the center of town.

5. Go Ice Skating

Ice Skating Photo from Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation

It’s a perfect time of year to brush up on those ice-skating and hockey skills! Get some family exercise while having a blast during Open Skate at Veteran’s Indoor Ice Arena & Pool, U-M’s Yost Arena, or the Ann Arbor Ice Cube. Or take advantage of the organized hockey drop-in games for all ages and skill levels. Be sure to check each location’s schedule for these affordable open skate & hockey times.

4. Go Stargazing
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The University of Michigan’s Museum of Natural History & Planetarium has some wonderful public indoor stargazing viewing events that are educational, inspiring, and far away from the cold, outside air. Be awed by the solar system alongside your kids from the comfort of your seat. View the planetarium public schedule to see view upcoming monthly events.

3. Go Swimming

Mack Pool Photo from Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation

Fun in the water might not be the first thing you think of for winter fun, but there are several pools in the area that offer open swim time to the public year-round. Have fun on affordable one-day pass with your kids at local recreation centers like the Mack Indoor Pool or the Meri Lou Murray Rec Center. Or access a free one-week pass to the Ann Arbor YMCA by applying here.

2. Go Exploring

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Cobblestone Farm & Museum is an Ann Arbor historic location built in 1845. Tours of the farm and museum are available by request and every Saturday from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm. More information available here.

Or check out the Great Lakes Zoological Society’s A World of Discovery. With educational and fun events for toddlers and older kids, this cool spot fosters a sense of conservation in kids as they view “over 100 animals representing over 70 exotic and Michigan indigenous species.”

1. Go Nuts!

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Whirly Ball of Ann Arbor is a fantastic time for both kids and adults! Gather some family and friends, and have a blast zipping around in your WhirlyBug as you try to score against your opponents. Or book a party for kids eight and up, too. May the best whirlers win.

And the kooky fun continues with Zap Zone in Ann Arbor. From laser tag to bumper cars to a classic arcade and even a cannon blaster, how could your kids not expend some pent-up energy here this winter?

So bundle up on your way there, and enjoy your indoor family fun in Ann Arbor this winter.

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Brooke Fajardo

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An 18 year Ann Arbor resident, Brooke Fajardo is delighted to be a Realtor in her favorite city in the world! As a local realtor, she has mastered all of Ann Arbor’s twists, turns and kooky one-way streets. She also has a passion for older homes and intimate home décor.

Astonishing Custom Spanish Estate in Saline

 
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January 9th, 2015  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

Featured Listing

Today we are featuring Jim Raines and Steve Peterson’s listing— 5708 Textile Road, Saline MI 48176

5708 Textile Road - SalineThis authentic Spanish hacienda was designed by renown UM architect Tivadar Balogh.

5708 Textile Road EntrywayEntering this custom estate from the front courtyard puts you in the beautiful 2-story, stained-glass filled foyer complete with Romeo and Juliet windows and imported Mexican Terracotta tile flooring.

5708 Textile Road - DenThe Mexican flavor flows throughout with arched doorways, exposed beams, hand-painted tiles and custom iron work. The home features 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 2 half baths, and 4 gas fireplaces.

5708 Textile Road - KitchenThe custom eat in kitchen has a 2-story redwood framed bay window, new appliances, and a walk in pantry.

5708 Textile Road - Dining RoomThe serene first floor master bedroom has a Kiva fireplace with seating area and the master bath has a Japanese soaker tub.

5708 Textile Road - Master BedroomThe lower level of the home features a finished walkout basement with sauna and an in-ground Gunite pool.

5708 Textile Road - PoolThe house features geothermal heating and cooling.  Additionally amenities include a 3+ car garage, 2400 sq. ft. drive-thru pole barn suitable for horses, and 20 kw generator.

5708 Textile Road - Pole barnFor more information about 5708 Textile Road or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact Steve Peterson or Jim Raines.

Are you looking for homes for sale in Saline, MI

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Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.

Welcome to the Charles Reinhart Company, Brooke Marks

 
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January 8th, 2015  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

We are pleased to welcome Brooke Marks to the Charles Reinhart Company, Realtors

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Charles Reinhart  is pleased to announce that Brooke Marks has recently joined the South office as an agent on the Bishop Team. Originally from Chicago, she has been a Realtor for over two years.

She is a board member and director of Girls Hockey for the Ann Arbor Amateur Hockey Association, as well as being the board president of the Michigan Girls Hockey League. Brooke is working out of the South Office – 500 E. Eisenhower Pwky – and can be reached at 734-545-9570 or by email at brooke@nancybishop.com.

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Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.

Ann Arbor Area Restaurants Gain National Recognition Leading Up to Restaurant Week

 
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December 29th, 2014  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

Lately the Ann Arbor area has been receiving lots of positive press. City Style and Living Magazine posted 31 Reasons to Love Ann Arbor, Michigan (including Chelsea, Dexter and Ypsilanti) on their blog. The article detailed a plethora of places in the area to visit for food, fun, and scenery.

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Prior to that Huff Post published the 9 Reasons You Must Eat in Ann Arbor . This article spotlighted a 9 of Ann Arbor’s most prestigious dining spots. Now Food and Wine has named the Blue Tractor one of the best gastropubs in the United States.

All these positive reviews highlight what is sure to be a tasty Ann Arbor Restaurant Week, Sunday, January 18 through Friday, January 23.

Ann Arbor Restaurant Week 2015

For restaurant week lunch is an open format in which restaurants offer a $15 menu of special items, some of which are one, two or even three courses. Several restaurants will be offering two for the price of one at lunch. Dinner is a fixed price of $28 for a three-course meal. Most restaurants are offering a choice of menu items for each course and a limited number of restaurants will be offering a two for the price of one dinner menu.

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There is no better time to gather your family and friends, make reservations, and taste all the scrumptious snacks Ann Arbor has to offer. With all the buzz around area eateries it is best to make your reservations in advance before everything is booked.

Participating Restaurants Include:

Amadeus Restaurant
Arbor Brewing Company
Argiero’s
Aventura
bd’s Mongolian Grill
Bigalora
The Black Pearl
The Blue Nile
The Blue Tractor
Café Felix
Carlyle Grill
Carson’s American Bistro
The Chop House
Conor O’Neill’s
Cottage Inn
The Earle
Gandy Dancer
Grange Kitchen & Bar
Gratzi
Grizzly Peak
Heidelberg
Isalita
Jamaican Jerk Pit
Jolly Pumpkin Cafe & Brewery
Lena
Logan
The Lunch Room
Mani Osteria & Bar
Marnee Thai Restaurant
Mediterrano
Mélange
Mezzavino
Metzger’s
Neopapalis
Old Carolina Barbecue
Pacific Rim
Prickly Pear Café
Taste Kitchen
The Quarter Bistro
The Ravens Club
Real Seafood Company
Sabor Latino
Seva
Shalimar
Silvio’s Organic Pizza
Vinology Wine Bar & Restaurant
Weber’s Restaurant

For more information about Ann Arbor Restaurant Week visit their website.

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Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.

Remarkable Traditional Home with Modern Ammenities

 
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December 12th, 2014  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

Featured Listing

 

Today we are featuring  Tracey Roy and Nick Noel’s listing - 2521 Walnut Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103

2521 Walnut Road Ann Arbor MiQ. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
Traditional

2521 Walnut Road- EntryQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
Home sits back from the road and is surrounded by beautiful landscaping and mature trees. Floor to ceiling windows are featured throughout the home. There is a two story great room with columns, built-in bookcases, and fireplace. The walk out lower level has a study/bedroom, large recreation space with a home theatre and tons of storage.

2521 Walnut Road- Living RoomQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
Located close to Skyline High School, downtown, shopping, and expressways.

2521 Walnut Road- KitchenQ. Have there been any recent renovations or upgrades?
The entire home has been painted and new light fixtures added. The house also has a remodeled kitchen with stainless appliances, built-ins, soapstone counter tops, butler’s pantry with sink, built in desk, and a spacious breakfast nook with an amazing view. Updated master bath with dual vanity has granite counter tops, jetted tub, and a tiled shower.

2521 Walnut Road- MasterQ. What amazing views will the new homeowner be able to enjoy?
Mature trees and everything that nature offers can be seen from the screened in porch and the wrap around deck which has access from the 3 seasons room, kitchen, great room, and master bedroom.

2521 Walnut Road- Master BathQ. What makes the price of this home so great?
 Location, 5 bedrooms with a 1st floor master and all of the updates.

 2521 Walnut Road- LaundryQ. Can you tell us a fun fact about the home?
It’s a great place to entertain and will accommodate a big crowd.

2521 Walnut Road- 3 Season RoomQ. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
This is a great home filled with tons of natural light, it’s upgraded throughout and you are close to the city, but can enjoy mature trees and nature.

For more information about 2521 Walnut Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact Nicki Noel or Tracey Roy.

Are you looking for homes for sale in Ann Arbor, MI ?

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Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.

Welcome to the Charles Reinhart Company, Alexa Ebenhoeh

 
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December 9th, 2014  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

We are excited to welcome Alexa Ebenhoeh to the Charles Reinhart Company, Realtors

Alexa Ebenhoeh

Alexa Ebenhoeh is an Ann Arbor native. She grew up in a family of real estate agents and found she had a similar passion. She started in the real estate field by working in customer service for a local title company. After a year and a half she decided to take the skills she had learned and start working as a real estate agent.

Alexa works out of the East Office – 2452 East Stadium – and can be reached at 734-604-6060 or by email at aebenhoeh@reinhartrealtors.com.

Are you interested in learning more about a career in real estate? Take our online Career Assessment to help you determine if a career in real estate is right for you.

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Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.

Cozy Getaway on Crooked Lake

 
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December 5th, 2014  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

Featured-Listing
Today we are featuring Pia Crums’s listing – 731 Crooked Lake, Lake, MI, 48632

731 Crooked Lake Dr  Lake,MichiganQ. Can you describe the architectural style of the home?
Cottage bungalow style

731 Crooked Lake Dr - entryQ. What distinctive features set this home apart?
This classic cottage sits on 4 consecutive lots, equaling 175 ft. of sandy lake frontage. It has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath plus a huge bunk area in the lower level.

731 Crooked Lake Dr - FireplaceQ. What are the advantages of the location & neighborhood?
True lakefront living on Crooked Lake just west of Clare, near the Pere-Marc snowmobile trail, Manistee forest, and state lands for hunting.

731 Crooked Lake Dr - MasterQ. Have there been any recent renovations or upgrades?
Recent upgrades include a volleyball court, floating dock, boat dock, and your own private boat launching area. Additionally there is a campfire pit and horseshoe pit.

731 Crooked Lake Dr - Lower LevelQ. Does the community have any amenities we should know about?
This lake is a Top 10 Bass Lake for fishing and ice fishing.

731 Crooked Lake Dr - DeckQ. What amazing views will the new homeowner be able to enjoy?
Watch the sunrise from the 2nd level deck as you relax and drink your coffee.

731 Crooked Lake Dr - frontQ. What makes the price of this home so great?
Walk right in to the sandy bottomed, clear waters of this fine lake. Plenty of room to park cars, RV’s, and snowmobiles.

731 Crooked Lake Dr - Volleyball CourtQ. Can you tell us a fun fact about the home?
This cottage has been lovingly taken care of by the same family for three generations.

731 Crooked Lake Dr - LakeQ. Is there anything else you’d like to tell us about the home?
This is the perfect place for you to get away from it all and make memories with your family.

For more information about 731 Crooked Lake, Lake, MI, 48632 or if you are interested in scheduling a showing, please contact Pia Crum at 734-680-6235.

Greer Thibodeau

Greer Thibodeau

 
 

Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.

Welcome to the Charles Reinhart Company, Laura Detwyler

 
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December 3rd, 2014  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

We are pleased to welcome Laura Detwyler to the Charles Reinhart Company, Realtors

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For the past seven years Laura Detwyler has been an interior decorator (and owner) of MODE Interior which specializes in interior design and home staging. Additionally, she spent 20 years in digital marketing and website development.

She worked for several well-known agencies, and provided strategy and account management for top brands in the residential industry—including Crate and Barrel, Richmond Homes, Hunter Douglas window fashions, Armstrong flooring, Pittsburg Paints, and Hartford Insurance.

Laura works out of the South Office – 500 E. Eisenhower – and can be reached at 734-330-9922 or by email at ldetwyler@reinhartrealtors.com.

Are you interested in learning more about a career in real estate? Take our online Career Assessment to help you determine if a career in real estate is right for you.

Greer Thibodeau

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Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.

Local Holiday Fun in the Ann Arbor Area

 
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December 2nd, 2014  |  +Greer Thibodeau  |  No Comments

Whether you live in Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Dexter, Saline or Ypsilanti this holiday season there are many events for you to enjoy.

Ann Arbor
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Midnight Madness
Midnight Madness is a holiday tradition in downtown Ann Arbor. This is your opportunity to shop downtown and Kerrytown late into the evening. Santa Claus and Miss Washtenaw County will be roaming the sidewalks from 7-9pm. There will also be lots of entertainment on the sidewalks from 7-9pm. Support your favorite downtown businesses while enjoying great holiday deals. Click here for a full list of all the discounts.

This Wonderful Life
Theater
If you are into performing arts there are many options this December. The Performance Network has two holiday plays, “The Gift of the Magi” and “This Wonderful Life”.

“The Gift of the Magi” is a two-person play that journeys through both a traditional and contemporary retelling of the classic O. Henry story, and runs through December 21st. “This Wonderful Life” puts a fresh spin on quirky Christmas story that’s become a classic for so many generations. Runs through December 18th. Click here for more information.

Laughing all the way

Laughing All the Way
As part of their 2014-2015 Winter Concert Series the Washtenaw Community Concert Band will be putting on their holiday concert, Laughing All the Way on Thursday December 11. It will feature a variety of music including Irving Berlin Christmas, March of the Toys, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Eighth Candle and more. There will be refreshments following the concert. Click here for more information.

Chelsea
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Chelsea Hometown Holiday
The 27th Annual Chelsea Hometown Holiday is a festive, fun-filled weekend celebration that kicks off the holiday season. The activities start with the 2014 Chelsea Community Fair Queen lighting the giant Christmas tree at Pierce Park on Friday night and ends with a holiday carol concert featuring singing groups from the churches of Chelsea on Sunday evening.

Chelsea is all decked out in festive splendor to warm your hearts and get you in the holiday spirit. Browse the shops, sip on hot chocolate, and enjoy the many special events planned. Click here for more information.

Annapurna
Annapurna
In Chelsea, the Purple Rose Theatre Company is putting on “Annapurna”. The play focuses on what it would be like if you had experienced the defining moment of your life – but couldn’t remember it. Sharr White’s heartfelt and remarkable play, “Annapurna,” deals with that dilemma and the unpredictable eccentricities of love. Join us for the Midwest premiere of this bittersweet comedy by one of America’s most vibrant and lyrical new playwrights. “Annapurna” will run until Saturday, December 20, 2014.  Click here for more information.

Dexter

Dexter Museum’s Holiday Bazaar
Looking for an unusual holiday ornament or a special gift that you won’t find in any store? Come to the 2014 Holiday Bazaar at the Dexter Area Museum on Saturday, December 6 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Crafters from the Dexter Heritage Guild will have holiday decorations, wreaths and centerpieces, unique hostess or teacher gifts, knitted hats and scarves, baby blankets, toys and kits for kids, plus their signature scrubbies – all handcrafted and all at reasonable prices.

Don’t forget to pick up something delicious from the bake sale, buy a ticket to win an Advent calendar or quilt, and visit the Museum’s Corner Gift Shop. All proceeds benefit the Museum, which is located at 3443 Inverness Street, one block from St. Andrew’s Church, in Dexter. Click here for more information.
Christmas Caroled
Christmas Caroled
At the Encore Musical Theatre, in Dexter, MI “Christmas Caroled” runs from until Dec 11, 2014. This unique take on a traditional holiday musical, Christmas Caroled borrows from a classic tale, wraps its story around an old-fashioned Christmas special and presents itself as a glittering evening of musical theatre. Click here for more information.

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Holiday Hustle
Are you a walker or runner looking to burn a few holiday calories and give back to others? This dash around Dexter is a fun way to take in all the neighborhood light displays.

This charity event donates $5 of your entry fee to local Dexter charities. Bring canned or nonperishable food items for the needy and get a raffle ticket for each item. Raffle tickets will be pulled race evening for some sweet swag!

The holiday hustle takes place on Dec 13, 2014 in downtown Dexter. Click here for more information.

Saline


Saline tree lighting
Tree Lighting
On Friday, December 5, 2014 the tree lighting ceremony will take place in front of Key Bank on the corner of Michigan Ave. and North Ann Arbor Street starting at 7:00pm. Come and join us for some hot chocolate, cookies and for a Christmas Carol sing-a-long. Click here  for more information.

Moonlight Madness
December Show-Moonlight Madness
Over 150 juried crafters from 9 states will display and sell their wares including jewelry, clothing, holiday gifts and decorations. There will also be a gingerbread house contest. The show takes place at Saline Middle School, 7190 N. Maple. Click here for more information.

A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol
A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol
The Saline Area Players have given the well-loved Dickens’ tale (A Christmas Carol) a new look in their play “A Fairy Tale Christmas Carol.” It is populated with familiar fairy tale characters such as the Big Bad Wolf (as Ebeneezer Scrooge), Prince Charming and Cinderella (as Mr. and Mrs.Crachit), and the Fairy Godmother, Old King Cole, and Queen of Hearts (as the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future). It is available for viewing December 4-7. Click here to learn more.

Ypsilanti
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Holiday Home Tour
To celebrate its 40th Anniversary Ypsilanti Meals on Wheels is throw their biggest holiday home tour ever. The tour takes place on December 6 and 7 is a festive celebration that includes six private homes decorated with holiday cheer, and serving beverages and appetizers from Ypsilanti area restaurants. Some locations include musical entertainment for extra holiday fun. Click here for more information.

DIYpsi

DIYpsi
DIYpsi is a handmade art fair taking place at the Riverside Arts Center in Downtown Ypsilanti on December 13 – 14. Check out the best indie artists our region has to offer for a one-of-a-kind holiday shopping experience that will take care of everyone on your list. On top of finding unique hand crafted gifts, doing your holiday shopping at DIYpsi means you’re contributing to a larger cause- keeping thousands of dollars invested in our local economy and supporting the arts. Click here for more information.

Bike Ypsi Holiday Lights Rides

Holiday Lights Ride
On December 17, enjoy a short ride (8-10 miles) through Ypsi residential neighborhoods to view Christmas light displays from your bike. Socializing will take place afterward at the Arbor Brewing Company Microbrewery (Norris and Forest in Ypsi). All riders should have working front and rear lights. Click here for more information.

Songs of the Season

Songs of the Season
This year, the Ypsilanti Community Choir will be join by the Motor City Brass Band at their annual Holiday show. The program will be in the Morris Lawrence Building at Washtenaw Community College. The Ypsilanti Community Choir Christmas Concert will take place on Tuesday, December 18 at 7:30 pm at the Towsley Auditorium with featured soloist Ruth Myers.  There is no charge for this concert; parking at this venue is free and plentiful outside the auditorium entrance. Click here for more information

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Greer Thibodeau works for Charles Reinhart Company Realtors as their Marketing Coordinator. Greer is responsible for coordinating, planning, and implementing all digital marketing. When she isn't on social media you will find her watching television, eating tacos, or traveling.