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Tina Baum at Standard Printing converted Caleb’s original illustration into a graphic image so it could be printed and attractive at eye-level.

Visit Ypsi Billboard

Visit Ypsi Billboard Where did that billboard come from? One idea can transform into a large-scale reality, and that’s the heart of Ypsilanti. Thanks to the help and minds of many individuals, there is now a beautiful work of art in the parking lot off of Huron. That’s me underneath the amazing artwork of Caleb […]

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Myrna Padden and Ken Murray wave to the restored Yankee Air Force Museum's B-17 bomber with their friend Connie Hertz aboard as it heads to a runway at Willow Run Airport on Wednesday. The plane ride was a present from friends of Hertz for her 85th birthday.

Yankee Air Museum Video Blog

Yankee Air Museum Video Blog | By: Martha Schmitt When Visit Ypsi asked me to film a video about our museums in Ypsilanti, I didn’t know where to begin. Our town has such a rich history, so there is a lot to cover! After thinking over some strategies, I figured the best option would be […]

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First Fridays Ypsilanti | July 2015

First Fridays Ypsilanti July 2015 | by Stefanie T. Stauffer, PhD   First Fridays Ypsilanti (FFY) is a monthly self-guided art walk and Ypsilanti community event that celebrates the vibrant art culture of the area. Venues span an array of local gathering places like art galleries, restaurants, bars, studios, coffee shops, the library, and even the […]

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Don’t Take Ypsilanti’s Parks for Granted, They Haven’t Always Been Here

Don’t Take Ypsilanti’s Parks for Granted, They Haven’t Always Been Here | By: Matt Siegfried It’s hard to imagine Ypsilanti without her parks and the celebrations, festivals, ballgames and evening walks that they host. We take for granted our parks, but they haven’t always been there, and sometimes it took great effort to make them […]

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Following breakfast was a stroll down to Mill Creek where we found the most beautiful path as a part of the Border-to-Border Trail (which will lead you all the way back to Ypsilanti). We saw bikers, walkers, and runners along the trail. The pathway extends into the forest, surrounding you with trees and nature. Along the creek, there are special drop-offs for easy boat load-ins (which are great spots for dipping your toes in the water). There are also amazing sculptures along the trail, adding a creative flair to your workout! Needless to say, this portion of the Border-to-Border Trail is a true gem in Dexter.

A Day in Dexter

Dexter Michigan is located West of Ypsilanti and East of Chelsea. The newly declared city (which was a village up until 2014), is a Washtenaw County treasure that is charming and easy-going. The people are friendly, the city is beautiful, and there is a sense of true community pride. With activities, shops, and restaurants for […]

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