Ypsilanti Township Trick-or-Treat Times & Safety Tips Details Published: 15 October 2021 Ypsilanti Township Trick-or-Treating time for Sunday, October 31, 2021 is from 5:00pm - 8:00pm. We hope everyone has fun and stays safe this Halloween! Halloween should be a fun and memorable night for children and their parents.
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This 106 acre park is centrally located in the Township and is designed as a youth sports and family park. Amenities include several soccer fields, a youth baseball/softball complex, paved and natural trails, Playground Adventures - a community built accessible playground, a fully accessible picnic area and a wooded area.
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Registration: April 14th, 2021. K-1st Grade Clinic. Description: The Ann Arbor YMCA Youth Soccer Clinic is an instructional program for children in kindergarten and first grade that provides lots of touches on the ball and focuses on teamwork, skill development and fun! Coaches focus on introducing the basic fundamental skills of shooting and passing all while encouraging effort and safety.
FREE Notary Services are available to Ypsilanti Township residents at the Community Center, Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:00pm. There is a $10.00 fee if you are a non-resident. You will need two pieces of identification; one of them being a photo I.D., in order to have your documents notarized.
Charter Township of Ypsilanti Community Center • 2025 E. Clark Rd. Ypsilanti, Mi 48198 • (734) 544 - 3800.
Ford Lake Park is Ypsilanti Township’s “Signature Park” and home to park operations. Located on the south banks of Ford Lake and spanning 98 acres in size, amenities include a public boat launch, fishing areas, four pavilions available to rent, restrooms, basketball court, six tennis courts, ball diamond and soccer field, play equipment, wooded areas, plenty of open space, trails, wetlands and multiple picnic areas.
ANN ARBOR – It was another exciting regular season for Southeastern Conference Red and White division boys soccer teams this fall. Now that the postseason is well underway, it’s time to look back on the top players from the SEC-Red and SEC-White during the regular season, which were won by Ann Arbor Pioneer and Pinckney, respectively.