All posts by Laura Eliason

Cookies Galore with People’s Food Co-op

Join the Ann Arbor District Library and the People’s Food Co-op for a fun evening of cookie baking. The class will be led by Keegan C. Rodgers, head baker at the People’s Food Co-op, and will feature hands-on learning. In this class, students will learn all about how to make cookies for the holidays or

Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor has Expanded

Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor (CSC) has completed exciting new renovations. CSC is a great local resource for cancer education and information, and a place to gain support– all in an environment of acceptance and hope. In order to ensure that all people impacted by cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action,

Dexter Co-op Preschool finds a Permanent Location

Dexter Co-op Preschool has found a permanent home. After a few years in between spaces, the more than 40-year-old co-op preschool, which enrolls about 75 young students, has completed its move into the new addition of Peace Lutheran Church, 8260 Jackson Road in Scio Township. The new addition features two classrooms for two half-day 3-year-old

Yoga and Piano: Pianoga Lotus

Can’t decide if you want to learn piano or yoga? Learn them both—together! Longtime piano instructor and certified Rainbow Kids Yoga teacher Paola Savvidou offers a new form of integrated instruction by teaching kids both yoga and piano in a session. Each week kids learn a different music concept through a combination of yoga-based activities

Online Child Protection Registry

Supervised and unsupervised, in many locations and on several devices, most children are now online. To make sure Michigan Secretary of State Ruth Johnson is making sure Michigan parents know that there’s an effective way to protect children from unwanted online ads and solicitations wherever they are online. The Michigan Child Protection Registry is a

Pete’s Dragon at Ypsilanti District Library

Need activities for the kids during winter break? The Ypsilanti District Library has a week-long series of activities after Christmas and before New Year’s Eve at the Whittaker Branch. Activities planned include a showing of the movie Pete’s Dragon (complete with popcorn), 3D collage making, and art workshops focusing on fun techniques, painting with masking