Watch Now! CTN recent highlights include Let’s Watch with the Ann Arbor Film Festival, FYI & Council of the Commons

The following are a few of the recent highlights from the CTN program schedule. 

Green Room, Crystal Campbell of the Washtenaw County Racial Equity Office discusses the concept of environmental justice as it relates to potential challenges and opportunities in our local area.  WATCH

Senior Moments – Lannis Smith of the Ann Arbor Leslie Science and Nature Center discusses the LSC’s friendly services and program for seniors and people with disabilities as well as children, WATCH 

Ann Arbor Inclusive, Mark Hymes and Izzie Bullock share information about the Ann Arbor Center for the Independent Living and how the organization serves the community for individuals with disabilities.  WATCH

Let’s Watch with the Ann Arbor Film Festival – Jex Blackmore, uses her artistry to empower women to take control of their own bodies. Experience her 24-hour film, An Undue Burden, about the unconstitutional waiting period before an abortion on Ashley St. through March 28. WATCH

Let’s Watch with the Ann Arbor Film Festival – Yoni Goldstein, talks growing up in Israel, schooling in A2 and how his background led to his unique documentary style filmmaking, highlighted in A Machine to Live In, a feature in competition at the 59th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival.  WATCH 

Let’s Watch with the Ann Arbor Film Festival – Watch as artists Heather Kapplow & Sholeh Asgary, tell us how they partnered up from across the continent to create a participatory event with the Ann Arbor Film Festival entitled Maybe You’re a Peach Tree Maybe. WATCH 

Adventures in Parenthood, AADL Virtual Programs, WATCH

FYI , Jayme Kelmigian & Zoe Resendez with FutureStars 2021, tell us how we can watch and even participate in this singing competition, watch as local kids get creative in the realm of robotics and learn more about dog licensing / leash laws in A2. WATCH

FYI, Shikha Singh, Coordinator & Biologist with Jackson Lenawee Washtenaw Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (JLW CISMA) tells us why to be on the lookout for the new invasive plant species, Mile-A-Minute, taking over natural areas in Michigan,  WATCH 

FYI, Sara Eggleston with Structured Health Resources shares ways we can improve our physical health through Ergonomics, learn how to join Ann Arbor’s many Boards & Commissions, & get from tree to table with this Maple Syrup Tradition. WATCH 

City Round Up in 60 seconds, Robert Mulcihy with the Ann Arbor City Clerk’s Office shows how easy it is to start the process of joining one of the city’s many Boards & Commissions. WATCH 

Ward Talk, Ward Talk is back with Ann Arbor Councilmember Ali Ramlawi from Ward 5, WATCH 

Show Your Love A2, Ann Arbor Hands On Museum, WATCH 

Promo: 2021 Ann Arbor Return to Normal! WATCH 

South Industrial Highway 2021 Construction Project WATCH 

Ann Arbor Town Hall – Natural Gas Upgrades, Get the Facts about Ann Arbor’s Natural Gas Upgrades Learn about DTE’s Gas Renewal Program and what to expect in your neighborhood. You’ll also get additional information sources and answers to Frequently Asked Questions during this 2.25.21 WATCH 

NEW: Council of the Commons – City Council established the Council of the Commons by Resolution R-20-397. The Council of the Commons is an advisory body to City Council that will build upon the work of the Center of the City Task Force. The Council of the Commons typically meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. WATCH