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Out and About in Ann Arbor this weekend

Read on to find out about the tons of activities for kids to do this weekend in and around Ann Arbor

Weekend Highlights for Friday, February 7 - Sunday, February 9 for Ann Arbor:

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Friday, February 7


Skating at Campus Martius Park. Come Get Your Skate On!


WHALERS GAMETIME at Plymouth Whalers. Come enjoy your Whalers hockey games.


Open Skate at Suburban Ice Arena. Open skate time for skaters only. There are no sticks or pucks allowed. ALL AGES • $2.00 per person • Skate Rental $2.00 Days and times subject to change. Call 248-888-1400 to confirm.


Saturday, February 8


Winter Ecology Walk at Hudson Mills Metropark. Lace up your boots, and head out to the woods to discover how our feathered and furry friends make it in this tough environment. We may even get a glimpse of the year's first flying insects. Preregistration required. Call 734-426-8211 to register.


Winter Wildlife Walk at Oakwoods Metropark. Bring your binoculars along as we look for the winter residents of Oakwoods. Fee: $. Preregistration required. For more information or to register, call 734-782-3956.


The LEGO Movie Premier with Bricks 4 Kidz and Goodrich Quality 16 at Bricks 4 Kidz. Bricks 4 Kidz® is teaming up with Goodrich Quality 16 Theater in Ann Arbor to bring you The LEGO® Movie! With the purchase of your movie ticket on Saturday February 8 you will have the chance to win one of several great raffle prizes.


Ballroom Dance Nights at The Pittsfield Township Parks & Recreation Department . The evening begins with an intro to dance steps for beginners or those wanting to polish old skills. The dance follows the lesson.


Sunday, February 9


Open House at Christian Montessori School of Ann Arbor. Come visit and see all we have to offer.


Not just for kids series at the Michigan Theatre:The Verve Pipe Kids’ Show at The Michigan Theatre. Each colorful, action-packed Not Just For Kids show is about an hour long, which makes it the perfect way to introduce your child to live theater. At just $15 per ticket ($12 for members), it’s affordable fun for the whole family.


Family Sundays-Artist Demonstration: Traditional Japanese Woodblock Prints at Detroit Institute Of Art. Join us for a lecture/demonstration of traditional Japanese woodblock prints narrated by Yukiko Takahashi with printmaking techniques demonstrated by artist Kyoko Hirai. Sponsored by the Japanese Consulate of Detroit.


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