Midnight Madness, December 6, 2013

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A holiday tradition in downtown Ann Arbor.

Stores open late! Holiday sales! Santa Claus and Miss Washtenaw County roaming the sidewalks from 7-9pm! Entertainment on the sidewalks from 7 to 9pm (performers are listed below)! Join local business owners as they welcome guests with extra special savings.

Sales and Specials
Ann Arbor Art Center, 117 W. Liberty
20% off storewide for members – and members receive a free Art Center tote bag with purchase
10% off storewide for nonmembers

Antelope Antiques, 255 E. Liberty
20% off everything except gold and silver

Barre Bee Fit, 500 E. Washington, suite 1
5 Barre classes for $40 – Available online all day at https://clients.mindbodyonline.com/ASP/home.asp?studioid=18675
20% off all BBF Clothing – In studio only

Busy Hands, 306 S. Main
20% store wide – ALL WEEKEND

Carol Roeda
, 319 S. Main
10% Off All regular priced items
Free Roeda Re-usable bag with purchase of $75 or more while supplies last
sale and bag deal valid all day!
Treats 5pm-Midnight

Cherry Republic, 223 S. Main
Deliciously Dark Dollar Discount! One dollar off all dark chocolate. No limit.

The Clay Gallery, 335 S. Main
20% off store wide

Cupcake Station
, 116 E. Liberty
$2 warm drinks

Crazy Wisdom, 114 S. Main
20% off storewide beginning at 4pm

Dancing Dog Gallery, 302 E. Liberty
Art Opening reception from 7-10pm. The show opening will be “Making a Splash” – intense, gestural art by Sophie Grillet, along with art by all the Gallery Partners and Visiting Artists.
Holiday Sale! Plenty of smaller affordable works for the Holidays by all the gallery artists as well as cards, prints and calendars.

DBTS Skin Bar, 111 W. Liberty
Midnight Madness Hours: 6p-12am
*Gift Bags for the first 30 guests
*Libations
*$25 Steam Facial Treatments Reg price $35 (last treatment at 11p, so it’s important to make an appointment)
*GWP’s (gifts with purchase)
*$100 product raffle*
$5 product credits at the door to the first 100 guests

Downtown Home & Garden, 210 S. Ashley
In addition to our one-night-only 20% off cookware sale, Downtown Home & Garden is a happening place with chestnuts roasted on the open fire, a musical performance, plus… Mark’s SPECIAL SURPRISE !

Falling Water, 213 S. Main
20% off storewide

Footprints, 217 S. Main
15% off storewide with some discounts up to 40%
A Born Shoe Representative will in store with giveaways and their entire shoe line.
Free Coffee from Elixir Vitae and Pastries.

Four Directions, 211 S. Main
20% off a single item

Frita Batidos, 117 W. Washington
Extended late night happy hour until 1am

Himalayan Bazaar
, 218 S. Main
15% off storewide

La Belle Maison, 333 S. Main
10% off the entire store
(excludes Juliska & Simon Pearce)
Santa returns with his fabulous eggnog and good cheer!
Arabella Jewelry- Glen Arbor, MI. – trunk show featuring distinctive & unique hand-made selected items of jewelry will be

M-Den, 315 S. Main
15% off storewide excluding letter jackets

Melange, 312 S. Main
$7 Pomegranate Martini’s and $5 Pomegranate Cocktail

Michigan Rehabilitation Specialists/ATI Physical Therapy, 121 E. Liberty
Open 3pm-9pm
Free Injury Screens/Assessments
Free Running Assessments
Raffle prizes
Light Refreshments

Moosejaw, 327 S. Main
20% off of everything*
*Some exclusions apply. See someone who looks like they work at the shop for details.

Perpetua, 209 S. Fourth
Open from 10am until Midnight
20% off your entire purchase all day (some restrictions apply)
Coupon for 30% off any purchase in January
Treats for shoppers!

Sabor Latino, 211 N. Main
Happy Hour All Day: $3.50 margaritas, bottled beers & draft pints, mixed drinks & a variety of tequila shots.
Free chips & salsa with your drinks.
And 20% off Appetizers, Dips & Ceviches.

Ten Thousand Villages, 303 S. Main
20% off storewide

Underground Printing
, 329 S. Main
20% storewide including sale items

Vault of Midnight, 219 S. Main
50% off “back issue” comics
20% off manga, single issue comics, and select vinyl toys
Free gift wrapping!
And there’s more …. free coffee in front of the store compliments of The Espresso Bar beginning at 5pm
Door prizes throughout the evening!!!

Verizon Wireless Zone, 212 S. Main
Purchase a qualifying Samsung smartphone and get a Galaxy tablet 2 (7″) Free with 2 year activation
Enjoy beverages and chocolate while you shop!

Vinology, 110 S. Main
Homemade Warm Mulled Wine $6 per glass
Zenato Pinot Grigio $6 per glass
Tres Ojos Garnacha $6 per glass

What Crepe?
, 241 E. Liberty
$7 specialty martinis
$2 off any glass of wine including vegan wine
$1 off cocktails
$3.50 bells drafts
20% off appetizers

Entertainment from 7-9pm will include:
Arbor Consort, Victorian Caroling
In picturesque costumes of 19th-century England, this all a cappella vocal ensemble will perform four-part harmonies on Main St., December 6th and 20th, between 7pm and 9pm, creating a festive holiday atmosphere for your pleasure. Selections will include well-known Victorian carols, some Hanukkah songs and several beautiful European carols.

Center Stage
A a cappella quartet that performs primarily in South East Michigan. Our members hail from Ann Arbor, Canton, Manchester and Milan. We are affiliated with Sweet Adelines International, a worldwide singing organization for women and are also proud members of the local Sweet Adelines chorus Voices in Harmony. Center Stage provides musical entertainment and barbershop harmony for any occasion. To add a little harmony to your next event call 734-769-0079 or Email: Info@CenterStageQuartet.com

Element-1
Element-1 is the University of Michigan’s only breakdancing club.

Elvis
Chris Solano is a wonderful vocal talent as a young Elvis balladeer and rocker has earned him admiration and praise from fans and peers alike. Chris will be performing in front of Vault of Midnight.

Huron A Capella Choir
Directed by Dr. Richard Ingram, Huron A Capella Choir is Huron High School’s advanced, mixed-voice chorus.

Morris Dancers
Morris dancing is a form of ritual folkdance which originates in England and dates back to at least the 15th century. The fact that it is a ritual, as opposed to social, dance implies that it has other purposes besides being just plain fun. Fertility, death and rebirth are common themes in morris. Many Morris groups perform a Mummer’s Play about the birth of the New Year around the time of the Winter Solstice. Ann Arbor Morris has been keeping these traditions alive in Southeast Michigan since 1976. We welcome new members and if interested just talk to any member of the team.

Pioneer High School Group, Sha-Bop Shoppe
Sha-Bop Shoppe was created in September of 1978 as an extra-curricular group made up of outstanding singers from Huron and Pioneer High Schools with the option of academic credit.

Pioneer High School Group, Pioneers
Mr. Ken Westerman, ’67, formed the Pioneers in 1981, during his first year of teaching at Pioneer, as a way to increase the small number of men in the Pioneer Choirs. Their first performance was at an all-school assembly honoring Pioneer alumni Jack Lousma, ’54, who was an astronaut in the American space program from 1973-1982. Their first song was Old Man Noah arranged by Marshall Bartholomew. For that first public performance Russell Ginns, ’83, re-wrote the text so the song became Old Man Lousma. Initially their repertoire was made up of selections sung by the Yale Glee Club, Spizzwinks, and Whiffenpoofs. Their repertoire has come to be made up primarily of arrangements of popular tunes.

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