There are various activities available at each branch. Speakers, musicians, and activities are available, at each location. Please see website for further information, or call the phone number provided for a list of upcoming activities.
Address: Various locations throughout the Ann Arbor area
The Mission of the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum is to inspire people to discover the wonder of science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Our Vision is to be the leader in imaginative and interactive learning experiences. Admission is $5 after 5pm on Thursdays.
The new computer based GED Test has launched, and GED preparation is necessary to successfully complete this new test. Appropriate instruction in all four subjects of the new test is provided in our GED Prep classes. Our classes are scheduled in both the day and evening at several different sites to better meet the needs of students. Be sure to read our flyers for the exact times and places. Registration is every Monday at 4 p.m. at Pathways to Success High School.
Briarwood Mall is located three miles south of the University of Michigan. It is the major retail hub for the Ann Arbor market. It is anchored by Macy’s, Von Maur, JCPenney and Sears, and complements best of brand retailers like The Apple Store, Michael Kors, Victoria’s Secret, Sephora, Athleta, Fossil, LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, Coach, LOCCITANE en Provence, Pottery Barn, Vera Bradley, Francesca’s, White House/Black Market, Chico’s, Banana Republic, LOFT and more.
Early Childhood Education materials, put together by Kathryn L. Roberts, Ph.D, Associate Professor of Reading, Language and Literature and Director of Doctoral Programs at Wayne State University during the COVID-19 related closures. CAN is grateful for her time and support!
Mentorship Access Guidance In College exists to increase the graduation rates among students who have experienced foster care or homelessness by removing barriers that interfere with academic success and the process of becoming an interdependent adult.
TIP is an incentive program that encourages eligible students to complete high school by providing tuition assistance for the first two years of college and beyond. To meet the financial eligibility requirement, a student must have (or have had) Medicaid coverage for 24 months within a 36-consecutive month period as identified by the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services (MDHHS).
At the Matthaei Botanical Gardens, you’ll find the conservatory, gift shop, classroom and meeting spaces, display gardens such as the Gaffield Children’s Garden, Bonsai & Penjing Garden, Great Lakes Gardens, and more, and many trails and natural areas. The Botanical Gardens are free and open 7 days a week.
Nichols Arboretum is a haven for students, U-M and hospital staff, and visitors year-round. The Arb is free and open 7 days a week sunrise to sunset.
Offers fitness classes, activities, and summer day camps for lower rates for clients. If a client participates in nutrition and fitness classes with Community Mental Health, they may be able to get a full-day pass for the rest of the day.
The Michigan League provides the University community with elegant facilities and superb catering services, providing the perfect location and atmosphere for meetings and special events.
The League also houses a convenience store and information desk, computer stations, several eateries, and various sitting areas, including space in the charming garden. Visit the League for a quick bite to eat, an engaging meeting, or a pleasant overnight stay.
Washtenaw Community College: Adult Transitions Pathways
Almost every job that pays well requires some college education. But how do you get that education when so many things stand in your way? Basic services include: Academic Skills Improvement; Counseling and Support Services; College and Job Skills Development; Individual Tutoring; GED Preparation. Need more information on the GED Program? Please call for orientation dates and times.
Washtenaw Literacy provides free one-on-one tutoring for adults over 16 years of age who live in Washtenaw County and who have trouble with reading and writing. The tutoring sessions are individualized so you can choose when and where would be most convenient for you. The Family Literacy Program helps parents read with their kids. These programs are open to English as a Second Language (ESL) learners as well.