Local author, Patricia Majher, drops in via Facebook LIVE to talk about her book 100 Things to Do in Ann Arbor Before You Die. See how many of them you’ve done, and how many more things there are yet to do! Join us and share your love of A2.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
Known as home to the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor repeatedly earns a spot as one of the top ten places to live in the US. And its distinctive dining, colorful neighborhoods, and year-round festivals make it a top destination for visitors too. Thumb through the pages of 100 Things to Do in Ann Arbor Before You Die to make the most of the countless activities, sites, and unique corners of “A-squared.” You’ll find insider tips, curated itineraries, and hidden gems to delight natives and visitors alike. Hit the Kerrytown area to tempt your palate at the farmers’ market or world-famous Zingerman’s Delicatessen—a destination all its own. Come back every season to sample the festivals: movies in spring, music and art in summer, and don’t forget football in the fall! The Big House is home to the Michigan Wolverines and the nation’s largest stadium. From unexpected cuisine like a Himalayan café, to underground cocktail clubs, and some of the most eclectic shopping experiences, you’ll find it all through the walkable downtown and beyond.
And with local author Patricia Majher at the wheel, you’re bound to find some exciting twists and turns along the way. Come find your own special reasons to love A2 and all the things to do there.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Author Patricia Majher has enjoyed living and working in the Ann Arbor area for more than 30 years. In her freelance career, she has penned travel pieces for Heritage Newspapers, reported on real estate for the Ann Arbor News, and been a feature writer for Faith magazine. In 2009, she was named editor of Michigan History magazine. 100 Things to Do in Ann Arbor Before You Die is Pat’s fourth book and first for Reedy Press.