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The Michigan Doily-Thursday, June 3, 1982-Page 5-B

Calendar
of summer
events to
enjoy
(Continued from Page 4)
and Liberty. The State St. Area Mer-
chants Association sponsors the fair.
The Ann Arbor Street Fair takes
place on East and South University. It
is the original street fair and is in its
23rd year. About 300 exhibitors are ex-
pected to participate, according to the
Fair Coordinator.
The University Artists and craftsmen
guild's Summer Arts Festival takes
place on State and Main Streets. The
guild has about 1000 members nation-
wide. About 700 people exhibit their
work in this fair that has been held sin-
ce the early nineteen seventies. Some
crafts that have been shown in the past
include Appalachian music instrumen-
ts, jewelry, drawings, oils, hand-made
furniture, photographs, lithographs and
ceramics.
The Ann Arbor Summer Symphony,
July 29-The final summer concert will
take place at Hill Auditorium. Ad-
mission is free. The doors will open at
8:00 pm and the concert will begin at
8:30 pm:
Ann Arbor Antiques Market, August
15-This market attracts over 200 an-
tiqqe dealers to the Washtenaw County
Fairgrounds in Saline. All antiques are
guaranteed for authenticity. Admission
is $1.00.
Black Arts Fair, August 21-23-This
is the 10th annual fair sponsored by the
AFTO-Community Development
Committee of Ypsilanti. For further in-
formation call James Morgan at 487-
5623.
Ypsilanti Yesteryear Heritage
Festival, August 27-29-The festival
features the Heritage Parade, the
Wallenda High wire act, and antique
car show, historic homes tour, and a
street art fair-all in downtown Ypsi.
Ann Arbor Ethnic Festival, Septem-
ber 3, 4-This event takes place in
downtown Ann Arbor on Main Street.
The festival provides the opportunity to
explore over 15 different ethnic cultures
as they share their food, drink, music,
and art.
-Compiled by
Daily Staff Writer
Greg Brustar
R. K. Nexus K.M.S.
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BARBERS
No. 6 Nickels Arcade
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Daily Photo by DEBORAH LEWIS
One of these ducks, pictured at Argo Park, seems to be having a hard time shaking off the morning drowsiness. The
afternoon sun, however, will bring him out of his shell.
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