All posts by Dawn Nelson

A Day of Service, Community and Celebration

Teens and tweens will enjoy a school holiday on January 15 to honor the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Opportunities abound to join family, friends and neighbors in a day of service and celebration, providing an impetus to discuss social justice.

Meet culinary artist Erica Nkansah

Browsing the local food scene aside other Ann Arborites, you may have noticed the food blog of local Ann Arbor parent Erica Nkansah, an inspired culinary artist who loves to cook for family and friends. Culinary artistry as inspired living From Ghana to Holland to Michigan, Erica Nkansah’s passion for cooking began early on, as

Huron Valley farmers teach children at the Local Food Summit

Each spring season, community volunteers host a gathering for people interested in locally grown food. Farmers, gardeners, educators, agriculturists, and many others in the Ann Arbor area teach each other about the sustainable development of a local food system. The Local Food Summit, sponsored by Slow Food Huron Valley, draws hundreds of participants in southeastern