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Ann Arbor 4th of July Celebrations

Fireworks, Parades, & More: Spectacular Ann Arbor 4th of July

Are you looking for Ann Arbor Fourth of July Celebrations? We’ve got a list of all the fireworks and parades and other fun events for 4th of July near us. We are still in the process of adding 2024 4th of July events. Ann Arbor 4th of July Fireworks Firework shows near Ann Arbor typically […]

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Ann Arbor U-Pick Blueberry Farms

Berry Bliss: Discover Local Blueberry Picking Near Ann Arbor

When is Michigan Blueberry Season? That’s a great question! Michigan’s blueberry season starts in mid-July and can last into September thanks to the number of varieties grown here. Blueberry Picking Ann Arbor Area Options There are no blueberry picking options in Ann Arbor itself. However, there are several nearby options. Blueberries will mostly start in

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View of the Carnival Midway - 2024 Ann Arbor Jaycees Carnival Review - Sponsored by Ann Arbor Jaycees

Master the Rides at the 2024 Ann Arbor Jaycees Carnival!

The 2024 Ann Arbor Jaycees Carnival at Pioneer High School opened on Thursday, June 20. It continues through Sunday, June 23 at Pioneer High School. The Ann Arbor Jaycees invited me to the Carnival so we could check it out and report back to our readers. Check out our thoughts and tips for visiting the carnival. Have you

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Ann Arbor Fireworks Display

Sparkling Spectacles: Ann Arbor Fireworks in 2024

Are you looking for Ann Arbor Fireworks Displays in 2024? We are still gathering information as displays are announced for 2024. When I moved to Ann Arbor I was surprised to learn that Ann Arbor doesn’t have its own Fireworks display. Plus, many local displays are spread throughout the week before Fourth of July instead

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Ann Arbor Parks for Splashing - Barefoot child climbs across rocks in a creek

Ann Arbor Parks for Splashing

While there are plenty of great pool options in and around Ann Arbor, warm temperatures can happen before they open for the summer or after they close. Fortunately, there are several parks and playgrounds that have creeks, rivers, or lakes that can be visited year round. This list includes only locations without a vehicle admission

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Ann Arbor Water Parks - Slides coming out of rock formation at Rolling Hills Water Park - with a girl riding down the slide on the right in a tube

Splash the Day Away at an Ann Arbor Water Park

Your water-loving, adventure seeking kids will have a blast at these Ann Arbor Water Parks. These parks feature large water slides, spray playgrounds, lazy rivers, wave pools, and so much more. Outdoor Water Parks Outdoor water parks operate seasonally – typically Memorial Day to Labor Day. These are a great way to spend a summer

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Ann Arbor Jaycees 4th of July Parade 2024 - Photo of the Jaycees in the parade at its old downtown location

Ann Arbor 4th of July Parade Returns to Downtown

Tonight (May 10) the Ann Arbor Jaycees announced it is returning to Downtown Ann Arbor in 2024! Last month we had reported that it would be staying at Briarwood Mall based on information on their site that day. So we were excited to hear their new announcement of returning downtown. Ann Arbor July 4 Parade

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Ann Arbor Fuller Park Pool & Survival Flight Helicopter

Splashes, Slides, and Summer Delights at Fuller Pool

Fuller Park Pool is the first public outdoor pool to open each season and the last to close. It typically opens in mid-May and closes in mid-September. It opened for the 2024 season on May 12 Our Visit to Ann Arbor’s Fuller Pool We decided to visit Fuller Park Pool for the first time after

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