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Main Events Calendar

  1. Jazz from Detroit: Robert Hurst and Black Current Jam

    November 14, 2020, 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Orchestra Hall

    Jazz From Detroit Robert Hurst and Black Current Jam Saturday, November 14 at 7:30 pm Orchestra Hall Join us for a salon-style concert that celebrates Detroit's landmark jazz legacy, featuring an onstage interview with leading Detroit jazz musician Robert Hurst, followed by a live musical performance featuring his critically acclaimed project Black Current Jam. Hosted by Mark Stryker, award-winning arts reporter and author of Jazz from Detroit. Tickets $20 - GENERAL ADMISSION The health and safety of our patrons, musicians, and staff is our top priority. Event attendees will be required to follow protocols that keep us all safe, including wearing a mask always and receiving a temperature check upon entry. Event Page: https://www.dso.org/events-and-tickets/events/2021-fall/jazz-from-detroit-robert-hurst-and-black-current-jam Tickets: https://tickets.dso.org/booking/production/bestavailable/7220

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Parks & Recreation Events

  1. Junior Naturalist: Animal Tracks & Signs

    November 14, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Independence Lake County Park

    For ages 7 - 11 Put your wildlife detective skills to the test! While hiking you don’t always get to see animals, but they do leave behind clues that they were there. We will learn how to identify tracks and signs, search for tracks and signs, and make a track to take home! Led by Elle Bogle and Kelsey Dehring. Pre-registration is required, maximum of 10 children, 5 children per naturalist. One adult may accompany each child. No unregistered siblings, please. Register online at parksonline.ewashtenaw.org (Registration #811004)

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  2. Preschool Hike: A Hike To Squirrel Village

    November 14, 2020, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ County Farm Park

    *** Meet at Perennial Garden *** Many animals have flown south or gone to sleep for the winter...but not the squirrels! These busy little tree-top rascals are still chattering and showing off their marvelous tails. Hike to the forest looking for squirrels and their friends, and learn how we all can be a friend to local wildlife! Program led by Shawn Severance. Program is limited to 10 people total. Pre-registration is required for everyone attending over the age of 2. Register online at parksonline.ewashtenaw.org. Registration #811003

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  3. Stewardship Saturday

    November 14, 2020, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Rolling Hills County Park

    Join us the second Saturday of every month to help the environment and explore new places. This month we will use hand tools to remove invasive shrubs in Sassafras Woods. Please bring a mask, drinking water, and anything else you need to work comfortably outside and off-trail. Registration is required, but no previous experience is necessary. To register, email Katie at [email protected] Limit is 10 volunteers.

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  4. Fall Botany In The River Floodplain

    November 14, 2020, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Draper-Houston Meadows Preserve

    Learn to identify a wide variety of trees and shrubs in this highly diverse preserve along the banks of the River Raisin. We will see Pawpaw, Sycamore and other river floodplain species. We will also hike up into the fields as they are fascinating and beautiful in late fall. Led by Shawn Severance. SPACE IS LIMITED TO 10 PEOPLE. IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND, PLEASE RESERVE YOUR SPOT BY EMAILING [email protected]

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  5. Junior Naturalist: Animal Tracks & Signs

    November 14, 2020, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM @ Independence Lake County Park

    For ages 7 - 11 Put your wildlife detective skills to the test! While hiking you don’t always get to see animals, but they do leave behind clues that they were there. We will learn how to identify tracks and signs, search for tracks and signs, and make a track to take home! Led by Elle Bogle and Kelsey Dehring. Pre-registration is required, maximum of 10 children, 5 children per naturalist. One adult may accompany each child. No unregistered siblings, please. Register online at parksonline.ewashtenaw.org (Registration #811004)

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Water Resources

  1. Home Toxics Saturday Collection Event: OPEN

    November 14, 2020, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Washtenaw County Home Toxics Center

    The Home Toxics Center provides Washtenaw County residents with a disposal option for flammable, poisonous, toxic and corrosive materials. New Safety Procedures: - Please wear a mask or face covering - Remain in your vehicle at all times - No change can be made for donations As always, we can only take materials from Washtenaw County residents and not any materials generated by a business (with the exception of pesticides). Visit washtenaw.org/hometoxics for more information and our complete list of acceptable and unacceptable materials. Don't want to wait in line? Weekday appointments are available - call (734) 222-3950 or schedule your appointment online at washtenaw.org/hometoxics. Questions? Visit washtenaw.org/hometoxics for more information or call our hotline at (734) 222-3950. Leave a voicemail if you do not reach a staff member, this number is not staffed outside of business hours.

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