Old West Side Association
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 OWS FALL FORUM

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 Wed, Oct 15-you are invited

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 at Washtenaw Community College - Judicial candidates

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 Starts at 6pm with candidates at 6:30

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Welcome To The Neighborhood

Planning is underway for the 2014 tour. Please get in touch if you would like to participate. Call Christine Brummer at 734-945-0229 or email information@oldwestside.org. We would be proud to have you be part of this or our other events.

Join the Good Thyne Garden Club members and friends on a day trip to the Detroit Eastern Market on Tuesday, October 14th. The bus will leave the Zion Lutheran parking lot at 8:45am and plan to return at 3:30pm. The address of Zion Lutheran Church is 5001 West Liberty. Cost for trip: $22. Reservations are requested by October 4th please. For more information and to make a reservation please call Pat at 734-780-7188.

Old West Side FALL FORUM will be October 15 at 6pm at Washtenaw Community College. Join us that Wednesday night to hear Judicial Candidates! Further details in newsletter and under "News and Events" here.

41st Annual Old West Side Homes Tour
Date: Sunday, September 21, 2014
Time: Noon to Five O'clock

Note regarding the 2014 HOMES TOUR: SPONSORS with our sincere thanks: Howard Hanna Real Estate Services, Chad Pratt Painting, Bank of Ann Arbor, Muth Law, P.C., Lurie Terrace, Norton's Flowers, and Washtenaw Dairy.

General Information: The Old West Side is an historic neighborhood whose architecture, streetscape, history, and environment are especially characteristic of 19th century midwestern America. The non-profit Old West Side Association was formed in 1967 to promote neighborhood conservation. The Old West Side Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.

The area receives further protection through a local Ann Arbor Historic Preservation Ordinance passed in 1978, revised in 1992, and replaced in 2007. The Old West Side Association hosts neighborhood meetings, publishes a newsletter, and sponsors annual events including the Fall Homes Tour, Old West Side Week, and the Children's Festival at Wurster Park.