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FALL FORUM Coming in October Probably at Argus Farm Stop, Downtown Home and Garden or at BACH SCHOOL Multi-purpose Room. Thank you for making this annual event a successful exchange between citizens, candidates and officials.

In addition to the annual homes tour each fall (except 2013), the Old West Side Association has been pleased to sponsor the following:

Children's Festival, early June (usually Saturday) two hours beginning or ending at noon, in Wurster Park. Storytellers, animals, activities. Many thanks are due Rachel Thompson and crew for coordinating this annual event for the neighborhood.

OWS Garage Sale, Saturday and Sunday, mid-Ma,--traditionally the weekend before the Memorial Day holiday weekend. Advance notice as possible on community calendars and on-line at sites such as Nextdoor.com

Lurie Terrace Concert, usually February or March depending upon the artists. Many thanks to Barb Hall for coordinating this.

Spring Walk With Grace - JUNE (depending on the weather) Although we usually start in front of a local landmark, Grace will tell us where to begin. In 2018, Grace was joined by Mark Hodesh to explore downtown adjacent to the railroad area.. The walk always features sites from THE WALKING TOUR updated by Grace Shackman and friends with presentations focusing on the Old West Side by Grace, residents and guests. Grace has generously donated her time and efforts to this landmark presentation.

Fall Forum: Speakers are invited from the community to address current issues or matters for residents' review-- usually includes candidates for office or City officials on a particular topic of interest. Have ideas for individuals who should speak? Let us know at information@oldwestside.org

The Fall Forum is generally around the third week in October, at Argus Farm Stop or other neighborhood venue beginning at 7:30 p.m. There is some flexibility in order to gather the best group of panelists from local and other officials. We work closely with other organizations to not overlap while providing an informative panel.

Past topics have included the Ann Arbor Greenway, the DDA proposals, as well as flood mitigation, garden expertise and historic house research. Refreshments served.