CTN highlights include FYI Year in Review, Green Room, Mayor Taylor on Ward Talk

Ann Arbor Inclusive — The Leslie Science and Nature Center strives to connect people to the outdoor world through environmental education and discovery. With 30 acres of wooded space, live birds of prey onsite, and a long list of STEM-based programming, their mission is to provide opportunities for all audiences to learn, explore and experience the natural world around us. Learn more HERE

FYI Year in Review — Take a trip through Washtenaw County in 2020 during the Year in Review. Watch as families Skate with Heroes, experience STEM through the Elementary Engineering Education Day, visit the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History planetarium, start new exercise routines with the Aviary and Bollywood Fitness, daddies and daughters got their dance on, HSHV’s Knitty Cats, art evolved with UMMA, EMU Poets tackled taboo social issues, the AADL went miniature and Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation celebrated the winter through Snow Much Fun and the annual Ice Carving Festival. See it all HERE 

Green Room — Michael Garfield, executive director of the Ecology Center, discusses the founding of the 50-year-old center, a result of the first Earth Day Teach-in held in Ann Arbor, and the decades of environmental activism in Michigan as seen through the lens of the Ecology Center’s growth: HERE

Santa Satellite Network 2020 — Watch as Santa, Mrs. Claus and some friendly elves bring the giving season to life as they chat with families that share their wishes for the 2020 holiday season. Tune in HERE

Senior Moments — Katie Monkiewicz of the Ann Arbor District Library Washtenaw Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled discusses the organization and show devices to help individuals with vision problems. Watch HERE

Senior Moments — Brittany Ruthven, City of Ann Arbor Recreation supervisor as well as Ann Arbor Senior Center director, talks about events and activities at the center and the recent situation that the center has been facing during COVID-19: HERE

Ward Talk — Ann Arbor Mayor Christopher Taylor is the special guest – watch HERE