Date: September 22, 2017
Bring a board if you have one (or an expansion) and join other settlers in this themed game night! Free and no rsvp required.
Live in Concert: Mary Collins
Date: September 29, 2017
Mary Collins is a young indie-folk singer/songwriter, inspired by the sounds of bands and artists such as Nickel Creek, Ingrid Michaelson, and Paul Simon. She writes honest songs, reflecting on everyday emotions and experiences through guitar and vocals. Mary is a student at Huron High School where she is involved with choir and theater. In between singing and studying, Mary enjoys reading, writing, and hanging out with her dogs (and friends).
Live in Concert: Marvin Thompson
Date: October 6, 2017
Marvin Thompson Jr. is a smooth jazz keyboardist, songwriter and music producer from Detroit, Michigan. His creativity weaves original melodies filled with inspiration and musical energy. He is the recipient of The Billboard Songwriter Award, and the John Lennon Songwriting Award. Marvin is currently on weekend tours promoting his latest release, Kind Words.
Live in Concert: Josh Birdsong
Date: October 13, 2017
Josh is a Songwriting Major at Belmont University. He has recently performed at The Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Michael Moore’s Traverse City Film Festival, and The Belfast/Nashville Festival in Northern Ireland. His debut EP was recorded by Nashville Producer Stephen Leiweke and his new EP, “Where The Light Bends,” is playing on radio stations nationwide this fall. He has received acclaim from the International Songwriting Competition and Indie International Songwriting Competition. Additionally, he’s an alum of Grammy Camp Nashville and Interlochen Arts Academy as a singer/songwriter major. He’s excited to be playing in Ann Arbor before heading back to Nashville this winter.
Live in Concert: Amy Grace
Date: October 20, 2017
Amy Grace is a Southeast MI singer-songwriter of folk and acoustic pop roots. Growing up, she was surrounded by music and was introduced to the characteristics of many instruments and genres. The piano, fiddle, and hand drums (and each bad note and offbeat) all passed through Amy’s hands as she searched for her perfect instrumental match. She soon found that the poetry and lyrics she had written throughout the years best matched the strings of a guitar. After obtaining her BA in History from Adrian College, she dove into her passions of songwriting and performing. Her music promotes living out of the ordinary; living life so uniquely that it creates a legacy that lives on through stories. You can find her performing at Michigan music venues and festivals and performs solo as well as with her duo group: Rebel A’s.
Live in Concert: Megan Cronin
Date: October 27, 2017
Originally from Michigan, Megan has toured the country with folk-rock bands and has been a violin studio session player in both Colorado and Oregon. As a solo performer Megan can be heard singing original music with her acoustic guitar, tenor guitar or ukulele. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon and plays music with a wide variety of other Northwest-based musicians. As a profession she teaches private and group lessons in violin and viola.