Arborwiki Edit Night At Arbor Brewing

Wednesday April 23, 2014: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm -- Arbor Brewing - 114 East Washington

What's ArborWiki? ArborWiki is the community generated source for details on everything from birthday deals to local history to the lowdown on local playgrounds.

Since it's a "civic wiki" it's created, edited and maintained by locals. Who are those locals? That could mean you! If you have an interest in any aspect of the Arbor/Ypsi area - parks, history, local happenings - you might be a perfect ArborWiki contributor or editor.

Come hang out and grab a frosty beverage at Arbor Brewing (114 East Washington in Ann Arbor), meet some of the current crew of editors, and hop in to edit or create entries about your community. Bring your laptop or use one one of ours!

Arborwiki Edit Night

Wednesday March 26, 2014: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm -- Downtown Library: aadlfreespace

This event is intended for adults and teens grade 9 and up

What’s ArborWiki? It’s the community generated source for details on everything from birthday deals to local history to the lowdown on volunteer opportunities for youth and teens. Since it’s a “civic wiki” it’s created, edited and maintained by locals. That could mean you!

If you have an interest in any aspect of the Arbor/Ypsi area—parks, history, local happenings—you might be a perfect ArborWiki contributor or editor. Meet some of the current crew of editors and hop in to edit/create entries about your community. Bring your laptop or use one of ours!

Beyond Foreclosure: Facts, Steps and Solutions

Sunday, Oct. 19, 2:30-4:30 pm at Ypsilanti District Library on Whittaker Rd. is the first of two free seminars for those 55 and older about how to get control of your life if your home is now in foreclosure or after this happens. You will hear a panel of counselors discuss options during the redemption period, dealing with the grief of foreclosure, building financial skills, and exploring rental housing options. The seminar is offered as a public education program by The Housing Bureau for Seniors of the University of Michigan Health System, Washtenaw County Treasurer, and Michigan State University Extension. A repeat session will take place at Ann Arbor Downtown Library on Dec. 4, 6:30-8:30 pm.

Resources for Landlords & Tenants

As the University of Michigan fall semester approaches, student move-in begins!

Whether you’re a landlord preparing a rental agreement or a tenant looking to sublease your apartment, the Michigan Legal Forms database can help. The database provides downloadable sample letters and legal forms in a variety of categories, including Real Estate and Landlord-Tenant forms.

Access Michigan Legal Forms in the Legal Resources section of our Research page.

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