Recreation

Planet Rock Climbing 101 for Teens

Join us off-site for an afternoon of indoor rock-climbing at Planet Rock, 82 Aprill Drive (off Jackson Road).

Registration is required and begins on July 1. To register, please email the attendee's first and last name, phone number, and the grade (6–12) they will enter in the fall to registrations@aadl.org. A confirmation email will be sent.

Attendees must have a parent or guardian sign the required waivers and bring it with them when they check in or be available in-person to sign the waiver when dropping the attendee off at Planet Rock.

Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire

The Ann Arbor Mini Maker Faire presents demonstrations and hands-on activities by makers of all types including roboticists, crafters, artists working with technology, and students.

Try your hand at demonstrations, interact with makers from all over the Ann Arbor area, and check out exhibits of all kinds, from soldering to sewing.

Chesstastic

Join us for a relaxing and challenging afternoon of chess—one of the world's most popular games! Players of all ages and skill levels are welcome!

Drop in at any point over the course of the program to play old friends and meet new ones. Chess sets are provided.

Chesstastic

Join us for a relaxing and challenging afternoon of chess—one of the world's most popular games! Players of all ages and skill levels are welcome!

Drop in at any point over the course of the program to play old friends and meet new ones. Chess sets are provided.

Chesstastic

Join us for a relaxing and challenging afternoon of chess—one of the world's most popular games! Players of all ages and skill levels are welcome!

Drop in at any point over the course of the program to play old friends and meet new ones. Chess sets are provided.

Preschool/Caregiver Yoga

Join us as caregivers and toddlers take a yoga journey that will have them barking in downward dog and hissing like garden sssssnakes.

This fun class provides key bonding methods between caregivers and child, while strengthening their growing muscles.

Participants should dress comfortably and bring a mat if they have one. A certified yoga teacher from A2 Yoga will lead this session.

Community Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga is a fun and relaxing way to gain strength, flexibility, and balance while decreasing stress and tension.

Learn some of the basics of the Vinyasa style of yoga, which coordinates breath with movement. Participants should dress comfortably and bring a mat if they have one. All levels are welcome, but participants should be able to transition easily from the floor to standing. Come prepared to move!

Certified yoga teacher Raina LaGrand will teach this session.

Community Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga is a fun and relaxing way to gain strength, flexibility, and balance while decreasing stress and tension.

Learn some of the basics of the Vinyasa style of yoga, which coordinates breath with movement. Participants should dress comfortably and bring a mat if they have one. All levels are welcome, but participants should be able to transition easily from the floor to standing. Come prepared to move!

Certified yoga teacher Raina LaGrand will teach this session.

Community Vinyasa Yoga

Yoga is a fun and relaxing way to gain strength, flexibility, and balance while decreasing stress and tension.

Learn some of the basics of the Vinyasa style of yoga, which coordinates breath with movement. Participants should dress comfortably and bring a mat if they have one. All levels are welcome, but participants should be able to transition easily from the floor to standing. Come prepared to move!

Certified yoga teacher Raina LaGrand will teach this session.

Learn Calligraphy: the Irish Insular Alphabet

Discover and work with the Irish Insular alphabet using a broad edge writing tool.

This alphabet is called a majuscule alphabet (letters stay within the upper writing and lower writing lines), but since it was developed from a half-uncial alphabet (roman half-uncial) it does have some of the letters descending below or ascending above the writing lines. Historically, it was used primarily in Ireland, adapted by the followers of St. Patrick.

No previous calligraphy experience is needed.

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