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School’s out at U-M, and we’re the midst of , this week’s list includes lots of outdoor local festivals and events. Check out what’s coming up. AFC Arbor’s inaugural game. This new local minor league soccer team is a founding member of the new Great Lakes Premier David Pastrnak Jersey League. 1 the team’s first game, a non-league match against the Michigan Premier Soccer league premier division club, San Marino. Friday at 7 p.m. on Pioneer High School’s Hollway Field, at 601 W. Stadium Blvd. Arbor. Admission costs $8 . For more information, visit . Outdoor events. On Saturday, check out the 8th Annual Farm Festival, which has a tractor and engine show, a toy show, a large flea market, a petting farm, kids’ pedal pull, tractor pull, trade show, live auction, and more. Lunch available, plus a bake sale. Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds, 5055 Arbor-Saline Rd. Arbor. Free admission, but donations are accepted. On Ypsilanti, the 36th Annual Show ‘n’ Shine Car Show showcase dozens of slick street rods, sleek muscle cars, and elegant antique autos. Also, muffler rapping contests, which parked street rodders stomp on the gas to see whose engine is most Dennis Seidenberg Jersey deafening. Games, prizes, a DJ, food vendors, and a swap meet. No boom boxes or alcohol. . , 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Riverside Park Ypsilanti. $2 admission; $20 to show a car. Finally, is also when the 5th Annual Water Hill Music Fest takes place. This neighborhood music festival, which draws thousands of visitors, features performances by more than 100 local musicians on front porches the Water Hill neighborhood, called because of its water-themed street names.
This year’s musicians include The Chenille Sisters and veteran local singer-songwriter Siegel, as well as amateur family bands and musicians. The lineup also includes the alt-country rock band Corndaddy, the Tree Town Community Chorus, the husband-and-wife acoustic folk-rock duo the Understorey, the rootsy rock and roll band ‘s Big Radio, the 10-piece big band Ogilvie’s Rhythm Kings, the swing septet Fumbling Tumbleweeds, the jazz-blues quartet Night Shift, the Celtic roots band Nutshell, the 60s girl group-inspired band She-Bop & the Riff Raff, the big band Accidentally Hip, 10-year-old fiddler Kerns, the multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter and electronic musician Beanstalk , the indie soul-pop band Kim & the Siblings, the jazz-blues band Ukulele Slim & the Career Criminals, and others. Updated schedule of performance times and locations available at . Programs available on the day of the event from volunteers on foot. from 2 p.m. Arbor’s Water Hill neighborhood, north of , bounded by , Sunset, and the train tracks. Free. Jeremy Kittel Band plays the Kerrytown Concert House Benefit.
Local fiddle virtuoso and Grammy nominee Kittel leads his ensemble eclectic mix of jazz, bluegrass, and traditional American, Scottish, and music. With mandolinist Joshua Pinkham, cellist Smith, and hammered dulcimer player Simon Chrisman. Note: The 4 performance is followed by a meet-and-greet, with pizza and remarks by Kittel. Saturday at 4 & 8 p.m. at KCH, 415 N. Fourth Ave. Arbor. Tickets cost $25 , and reservations are recommended. Visit or call . 37th Annual Burns Park Run. Around 1 people ages 5 attend this popular family affair. This year’s event offers 5K and 10K chip-timed races and a 5K walk along beautiful tree-lined streets, as well as a half-mile kid-popular fun run around the park. Medals for overall male and female winners both races, male and female masters, male and female grand masters, male and female top 3 per age group, all finishers grades K-12 and the fun run, and the top 5 adult walkers. Proceeds benefit Burns Park PTO programs. at 8 a.m. , 8 a.m. , and 10 a.m. , Burns Park, 1414 Wells Arbor. Registration costs $22 for the 5K and 10K events advance at by 1 . Star Wars Fan Day at Arbor District Library. The public’s invited to dress up as their favorite Star Wars character for afternoon of snacks, crafts, and other activities. the fourth be with you. from 2 p.m. the downtown library’s multipurpose room , 343 S. Fifth Ave. Arbor. Free.