Category Archives: Legacy

Ann Arbor Ice Skating Guide

Ann Arbor Ice Skating Guide

There are several Ann Arbor Ice Skating Rinks available including both indoor and outdoor options in winter. Last year Ann Arbor added 3 natural outdoor rinks. Now that spring is here, only indoor options are available. As a child my favorite part of winter was ice skating. When I lived in Illinois, our neighborhood park offered outdoor ice skating (basically it was a gully […]

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Ann Arbor Holiday Movies

Holiday Movies in the Theater

There are a number of Ann Arbor Holiday Movie Showings throughout the holiday season. What is your favorite Holiday Movie? My favorite is Miracle on 34th Street. My husband’s favorite is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. My daughter really enjoys Home Alone. Maybe your favorite is Elf or A Christmas Story. Note: We are currently updating this article for 2018. Current Films This […]

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6 Tips for Attending a Michigan Football Game with Kids

6 Tips for Attending a Michigan Football Game with Kids

Saturday is the first Michigan Football game of the 2018 season. Are you planning to attend a game with your kids? We are sharing 6 Tips for Attending a Michigan Football Game with Kids. 1 – Everyone needs a ticket Every person needs a ticket. It doesn’t matter whether your child is 2 weeks old and in your arms, they still need a ticket. […]

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Maple Soyaki Cedar Plank Salmon

Maple-Soyaki Salmon - Cooked on the Grill

My husband was introduced to cedar plank grilling by a colleague several years ago.  We started “easy” with chicken pieces. Last summer we ventured into salmon which is more delicate and harder to cook properly. Our first foray into salmon was using his colleagues recipe for a rum, brown sugar, salt cure. Last year we also made a second recipe – maple-soy […]

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Ann Arbor Jaycees Fourth of July Parade Tips

Ann Arbor Jaycees Fourth of July Parade - Handing out Candy

We love the Ann Arbor Jaycees Fourth of July Parade. I have had the experience of enjoying the parade both as a participant and as a spectator. General Parade Information Fourth of July Parade Route The Ann Arbor Jaycees Fourth of July Parade route is almost 1 mile and composes 3.5 sides of a rectangle. It starts heading north on […]

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Ann Arbor Summer Reading Programs

Ann Arbor Summer Reading Programs & Recommendations

Summer Reading Programs with rewards for kids have been going on for as long as I can remember. Fortunately there are some great Ann Arbor Summer Reading Programs. I’m also sharing links to the Summer Reading Recommendations that we did in 2016. Over the years my daughter has participated in a number of different summer reading programs. When she was younger and […]

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