Join our team: Work in the Ann Arbor parks this spring/summer
Working in the Ann Arbor parks is a fun and unique experience if you like interacting with people and enjoy the outdoors. Plus, you can gain great work experience and make new friends. Positions available at Veterans Memorial Park ice arena and pool include: Assistant facility supervisor, Zamboni operator, assistant swim team coach, cashier, lifeguard, head lifeguard, head swim team coach and swim instructor. View jobs and requirements online and apply today.
Natural Area Preservation Stewardship Workday – World Wildlife Day
Sunday, March 1, Black Pond Woods, 1-4 p.m. Celebrate World Wildlife Day by volunteering with us to support wildlife! Join us as we remove the non-native species threatening the area. Meet at the park entrance off Tibbits court. Please dress in layers and wear shoes suitable for snow or wet ground. All participants must complete a release form, and all minors should be accompanied by a guardian. Tools, snacks and know-how provided. Additionally the City Nature Challenge is quickly approaching. See the PDF attachment for details.
The Ann Arbor Senior Center is the perfect venue to host your next private event, 1320 Baldwin Ave.
This charming facility in the Burns Park neighborhood of Ann Arbor offers two event spaces, or the opportunity to rent the entire building. The gallery room features beautiful skylights providing ample natural light and classic wood beams. The conference room offers a cozy space for additional seating or for a separate event or meeting space. To schedule a tour, call 734.794.6250 or contact Brittany at email@example.com.
The best place to shop local, 315 Detroit St.
Shop year round right in your own back yard for the freshest produce and artisan goods at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market. Saturdays continue all winter, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Grab a hot cup of coffee or cider and shop for greens and salad mix, apples, pears, root vegetables, garlic, Polish food, candles, jewelry, cheese, baked goods and more! Enjoy free parking in the market lot.
Have your child spend their summer in the Ann Arbor parks
There’s so much fun to be had when you attend one of the Ann Arbor Parks and Recreation summer day camps. Register today and enjoy the summer swimming, kayaking, golfing, fishing, playing water polo, stand-up paddleboarding, crafting, exploring nature and more. Register online or stop by each facility in person.
Join the Community Sing at the Ann Arbor Senior Center, 1320 Baldwin Ave.
Just like singing around a campfire, you’ll find yourself remembering that old ballad, an Irish tune, or childhood family song in no time. We use both the Rise Up Singing Song Book and the Rise Again Song Books. Song leaders typically start out each sing and all participants get an opportunity to pick a song in the circle. First Tuesday of the month, 7-8:30 p.m., drop-in fee: $5.