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Downtown St. Joseph storefronts come alive during March Mannequins on Friday, March 12. Dozens of community volunteers will pose perfectly still from 7-8:30 p.m. in more than 15 participating windows. While you are in and around St. Joseph, be sure to EAT, SHOP, STAY and PLAY. St. Joseph Today invites visitors to come and support SWMI businesses and restaurants during Countdown to Summer for a chance to win weekly prizes.

This new year is bringing artistry, adrenaline, imagination, and inspiration to The Henry Ford in 2021. . New limited-engagement exhibits, a permanent exhibition, brand new experiences and familiar favorites are sure to have something for everyone across the cultural institution’s venues. Coming early spring 2021 is the highly-anticipated opening of The Henry Ford’s newest permanent exhibition in Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, Driven to Win: Racing in America presented by General Motors. This state-of-the art, highly interactive permanent exhibit immerses members and guests in the excitement, adrenaline-pumping, thrilling history of auto racing in America. Spread across 24,000 square feet, Driven to Win features 28 vehicles, roughly 225 artifacts, and multiple interactive experiences including six driver simulators that put visitors behind the wheel on world-famous tracks throughout the world.

Ann Arbor is getting ready for its 59th Ann Arbor Film Festival. As one of a few Academy Award-qualifying festivals in the U.S. you can enjoy right from home. AAFF is going virtual for the second year in a row! Founded in 1963, the Ann Arbor Film Festival is the oldest independent and experimental film festival in North America and is internationally recognized as a premier forum for film as an art form. While the majority of films will stream from the Eventive online platform, there are several in-person In The Screen! (ITS!) installations around Ann Arbor that are viewable from the street.  >MORE

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A Natural Retreat Get-A-Way

Fall or Winter is not normally a season that most people would think to head out on a family vacation, however we are not your typical normal family. Yes, the leaves have changed colors; farmers have the crops harvested, and the decorated pumpkins on bails of hay in our neck of the woods was an amazing site, but we all …

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