Washtenaw County

Washtenaw County Real Estate Statistics

Year-to-date Solds

2017: 5,650

2016: 5,715

2015: 5,571 

2014: 5,381

Monthly statistics for 2016, 2017 & 2018

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Washtenaw County Annual Events

Ann Arbor

  • Ann Arbor Restaurant Week, mid January, Downtown Ann Arbor. Allow yourself the chance to be able to sample some of the best of what Ann Arbor has to offer in it's dining district. With fixed menus and prices, you can stop at one or all of the participating restaurants to get a taste of what they've got to offer.
  • Ann Arbor Folk Festival, end of January, The Ark. You can expect a riot during the Ann Arbor Folk Festival every year as folk invades The Ark and takes over. Featuring some of the best local folk as well as nationally recognized acts yearly, the Folk Festival is something you don't want to miss.
  • Artini Martini Crawl, Mid February, Ann Arbor Area. Enjoy a flurry of martinis at participating bars and restaurants and then vote for your favorite at the end of the night.
  • Ann Arbor Film Festival, mid March, Ann Arbor. The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the longest-running independent and experimental film festival in North America. Enjoy films of all genres and entertainment.
  • Fool Moon, April 1st, Ashley and Washington | Downtown Ann Arbor. WonderFool Productions presents FoolMoon Friday, April 10th on Washington and Ashley Streets in downtown Ann Arbor. Come early and get ready to welcome in the Luminaries starting at 6:00pm at the FoolBrew Tent.
  • Festifools, early April, Ann Arbor. Humongous paper-mâché puppets and other shenanigans go marching around downtown Ann Arbor on a Sunday early in April.
  • Taste of Ann Arbor, early June, Downtown Ann Arbor. Bite-sized samples from local restaurants and cafes, live music, children's activities, and more.
  • Dexter-Ann Arbor Run, early June, Dexter-Ann Arbor Area. The hills, trees and backwoods riverbanks of Michigan's Huron River Drive are the setting for the annual Dexter to Ann Arbor Run, a road race event with a half-marathon, a 10K, a 5K and a kids fun run that takes runners on a course exactly as its name suggests.
  • Downtown African American Festival, early June, Downtown Ann Arbor. The Downtown African American Festival annually pays tribute to the Historic Black Business District of Ann Arbor through music, art, theatre, dance, poetry, crafts, merchandise, food, and kids' activities.
  • Cinetopia Film Festival, early June, Michigan Theater. Experience more than 40 of the best feature-length dramas, comedies, and documentaries from the world's best film festivals, including Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, and Berlin – all selected exclusively for Cinetopia by the Michigan Theater programming team.
  • Ann Arbor Summer Festival, mid June to early July, Top of the Park. The Ann Arbor Summer Festival is an exhilarating celebration of performing arts, outdoor entertainment, and community spirit. A boutique music and arts festival, the three-week gathering offers dozens of performances, activities, exhibitions, and screenings representative of the best in music, dance, comedy, film, street arts, and family entertainment.
  • Ann Arbor Restaurant Week, mid June, Ann Arbor Area. Allow yourself the chance to be able to sample some of the best of what Ann Arbor has to offer in it's dining district. With fixed menus and prices, you can stop at one or all of the participating restaurants to get a taste of what they've got to offer.
  • German Park Picnic, end of June, July & August. German Park | Ann Arbor. The German Park Recreation Club hosts three picnics the last Saturday in June, July, and August. Admission gate open 4–9 pm; Park closes at 11 pm. Featuring live music, authentic German food and beer, live German dance performances.
  • Ann Arbor Art Fair, end of July, Downtown Ann Arbor. The world famous Ann Arbor Art Fair returns for more arts, entertainment, eats, and fun. This four day event is packed full of anything and everything arts.
  • DIYpsi Indie Art Fair, end of August, Arbor Brewing Company Microbrewery. Check out the best indie artists our region has to offer for a one-of-a-kind holiday shopping experience that will take care of everyone on your list. Bring your appetite, and get ready for some incredible food and craft beer while you shop
  • Ypsi-Arbor Beer Week, begining to mid October, Throughout Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor. Craft Beer is everywhere, it seems, and the cities of Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor will soon be host to Michigan's next Beer Week. Ypsi-Arbor Beer Week will feature craft beer events in area restaurants, bars, and retail establishments.Each event will feature craft beer, and will have some programmed element with craft beers presented by brewers or brewery representatives.
Ypsilanti
  • First Fridays Ypsilanti, First Friday of the month, Ypsilanti Area. First Fridays provides Ypsilanti's rich community of local artists, business-venues, and citizens the invigorating opportunity to cross-promote each other on a monthly basis. Participating business include FLY Children's Art Center, Bona Sera Cafe, The Ugly Mug, Beezy's Cafe and more.
  • Downtown Ypsilanti Farmers Market, every Tuesday May-October, 16 S. Washington St. Growing Hope's Downtown Ypsilanti Farmers Market aims to increase access to fresh and healthy food while supporting our local economy and developing our downtown. Come down every Tuesday and stock up on locally grown and crafted foods and enjoy live music.
  • Depot Town Farmers Market, every Saturday May-October, Freighthouse Plaza. Run by Growing Hope, the Depot Town Farmers Market aims to increase access to fresh and healthy food while supporting our local economy and developing our community. With around 40 vendors each day, selling a large variety of fresh fruits and vegetables, home goods and more, you won't want to miss out on this great weekly market.
  • Depot Town Bike Nights, Every Tuesday throughout the year, Cross Street/Depot Town. Motorcycles line Cross Street in Ypsilanti's Depot Town every Tuesday (weather permitting) throughout the year. Check out 100 vintage & contemporary bikes, grab some grub, and stroll through Depot Town.
  • Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra's Concert in the Park, in May, Riverside Park. Bring your favorite blanket or lawn chair and pop on down to the park and enjoy the Concert in the Park for this annual FREE concert. Sponsored by the Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission.
  • Michigan Vintage Volkswagen Car Show, end of May, Riverside Park. The long running Michigan Vintage Volkswagen Car Show returns for another year of fun. Featuring Volkswagen's of all shapes and sizes in beautiful Riverside Park.
  • The Color Run Michigan Eastside, end of June, Downtown Ypsilanti and Riverside Park. Experience the funnest 5k you'll ever participate in. The Color Run allows runners and walkers of all ages to enjoy a 5k with the freedom of going at your own pace, all while getting covered in color!
  • Camaro Superfest, end of June to early July, Riverside Park, Ypsilanti. The longest running, best, friendliest, and largest ALL Camaro event in the USA!
  • Ypsilanti Independence Day Parade, July 4th, Ypsilanti Area. American Legion Post 282 and Ypsilanti Jaycees are hosting the Ypsilanti Independence Parade, which will begin on the corner of Oakwood and Cross and ends at Rice Street in Ypsilanti's Historic Depot Town.
  • Michigan Elvis Fest, early July, Riverside Park, Ypsilanti. Elvis returns to Riverside Park for yet another explosive Elvis Fest. This two day festival features Elvis performances all weekend long and entertainment and fun for the whole family.
  • Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival, end of July, Riverside Park, Ypsilanti. Where else can you have the chance to enjoy 400+ different types of beers from over 50 different breweries inside the state of Michigan?! The Summer Beer Festival returns to Riverside Park.
  • Ton-Up Motorcycle Show, mid August, Depot Town/Riverside Park. A festival of old, new, and custom motorcycles with an array of live music in Depot Town.
  • Ypsilanti Heritage Festival, end of August, Riverside Park and surrounding areas. Spanning over three days, Ypsilanti Heritage Festival is a community festival featuring arts & crafts, live music, family activities and entertainment, historical presentations and demonstrations, and so much more. So come on down to Riverside Park and the surrounding areas to enjoy the Ypsilanti Heritage Festival.
  • Orphan Car Show, mid September, Riverside Park. Come check out hundreds of now defunct cars and trucks from all over the state. These orphan cars are now rare and some are very difficult to find! Don't miss out on your chance to view some awesome and historic vehicles.
  • Country in the City, begining of October, Library Plaza, Downtown Ypsilanti. Bring the kids downtown and spend a few hours having old-fashioned fun! Ride ponies, pet farm animals, get your face painted, dip beeswax candles, cut apple spirals, create Indian corn jewelry, churn butter and more! All activities are free.
  • Ypsi-Arbor Beer Week, early to mid October, Throughout Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor. Craft Beer is everywhere, it seems, and the cities of Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor will soon be host to Michigan's next Beer Week. Ypsi-Arbor Beer Week will feature craft beer events in area restaurants, bars, and retail establishments.Each event will feature craft beer, and will have some programmed element with craft beers presented by brewers or brewery representatives.
  • Run Scream Run 5K, early October, Wiard's Orchard. This run is a guaranteed favorite that will keep you comin' back year after year! Wiard's Orchard in Ypsilanti – voted number one horror attraction in Michigan – is the ideal place to give you a scare at this Halloween event!
  • Downtown Ypsilanti Halloween Festival, end of October, Library Plaza, Downtown Ypsilanti. Enjoy Halloween Downtown on Washington Street! Trick or treat at local businesses and stop by Library Plaza to eat popcorn, play games, and win books! The "Boo!Mobile" will be at the library too, with fun giveaways.
  • WCC Band | Halloween Concert, October, Morris Lawrence Building. The Washtenaw Community Concert Band will be performing "Portraits of Costumed Crime Fighters a Halloween Concert live Friday, October 30 at 7:30 pm at the Morris Lawrence Building.
  • Holiday Home Tour, early December, Ypsilanti Area. If you've never experienced the Ypsilanti Holiday Homes Tour, this is the year to step over the threshold of some of the most striking homes and buildings in the Ypsilanti area.
  • D.I.Ypsi Indie Art Fair, mid December, Riverside Arts Center. Check out the best indie artists our region has to offer for a one-of-a-kind holiday shopping experience that will take care of everyone on your list. Bring your appetite, and get ready for some tasty food and drinks while you shop.
Chelsea
  • Chocolate Extravaganza, February, Chelsea Area. Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate! Take a journey throughout downtown Chelsea and get samples of delicious chocolates and other desserts.
  • Big 400 Maple Syrup Festival, mid March, Chelsea/Surrounding Area. It's maple syrup time! The communities of The Big 400 are teaming up to celebrate maple syruping in southern Michigan with a festival in March. The festival includes pancake breakfasts, tours of tapping areas and the syruping process, the release of a local maple wine, and lots of good things to eat.
  • Chelsea Painters Art Fair, early June, In the Courtyard at Silver Maples of Chelsea. The Chelsea Painters Art Fair is held the first full weekend of June each year in Chelsea, Michigan. This event is popular among collectors of fine art and draws visitors from Michigan, Indiana and Ohio, with many returning year after year to see the latest work by member artists.
  • Chelsea Sounds and Sights Festival, end of July, Downtown Chelsea. The two-day, three-night event features live music and social tent, children's entertainment and activities, a classic car show, open-air art market, and much more.
  • Chelsea Community Fair, end of August, Chelsea Community Fairgrounds. Featuring a little something for everyone, the 77th Annual Chelsea Community Fair has the ever popular demolition derby events and tractor pulls as well as a wide selection of livestock judging, crafts, exhibits and exhibitors, midway games and rides and so much more!
  • Ghoultide Gathering, late September, Chelsea Fairgrounds. A magical bazaar of Halloween Art at the Chelsea Fairgrounds. Featuring arts, crafts, fun, and more!
  • Cranes, Colors, & Cabernet, early October, Sandhill Crane Vineyards, Chelsea-Grass Lake Area. Sandhill Crane Vineyards and Phyllis Haehnle Sanctuary celebration of the the annual sandhill crane migration. The vineyard will be open all day for tastings and cheer and stay open late for crane watchers. There will also be mulled wine available to snuff out any fall chills.
  • Wine Women & Shopping, early November. Downtown Chelsea. Wine Women Shopping is a fun filled day to share with your mom, sisters and friends. Enjoy Christmas shopping in a relaxed enjoyable quaint small town. Stroll past the Victorian homes and tree-lined streets, enjoy lunch at any of the great restaurants.
  • Hometown Holidays, December, Chelsea Area. Hometown Holiday is a fun filled weekend celebration which marks the beginning of the holiday season. Festivities kick off with a tree lighting ceremony and the weekend includes visits with Santa, a live nativity, holiday activities and entertainment at our many great merchants and historic locations in Chelsea, Michigan
Milan
  • Milan Community Fair, early June, City of Milan. The Milan Community Fair returns for it's annual installment. This years fair will feature live music, artisans and service tent, the 3rd Annual Milan Karaoke Contest as well as a baby contest.
  • Billetproof's Motor City Mania, mid June, Milan Dragway. The best traditional hot rods and customs are back at the Milan Dragway. You have to come check out the great vendors and sickest 1964 and prior do-it-yourself traditional rods, customs, and motorcycles on the planet!
  • Milan Bluegrass Festival, early August, KC Campground. The Milan Bluegrass Festival will be held in the same great venue, KC Campground, on August 14-16. There is a playground for the children, a swimming hole, camp store, and pavilion for shelter in case of rain.
Dexter
  • Dexter-Ann Arbor Run, early June, Dexter-Ann Arbor Area. The hills, trees and backwoods riverbanks of Michigan's Huron River Drive are the setting for the annual Dexter to Ann Arbor Run, a road race event with a half-marathon, a 10K, a 5K and a kids fun run that takes runners on a course exactly as its name suggests.
  • Dexter Daze, mid August, Village of Dexter. Dexter Daze has developed into an event that includes over 100 booths of artisans and crafters, free entertainment for the whole family, and a sense of "community" with people knowing and caring for their neighbors.
Saline
  • Saline Celtic Festival, early July, Millpond Park. The Saline Celtic Festival in Millpond Park features two days of Celtic music and dance entertainment, workshops, sporting events, and much more for the whole family!
  • Saline's Summerfest, mid August, City of Saline. Saline's Summerfest 2014 will offer more food, fun, music, and memories than ever before! On a summer weekend, on the streets of Downtown Saline, a sweeping assortment of activities, attractions, and amusements will bring together people of all ages and interests for one super hometown celebration – Saline's Summerfest.

Manchester
  • Manchester Chicken Broil, mid-July, Alumni Memorial Field, Manchester. Serving up approximately 12,000 meals of chicken in just a four hour time span, the Manchester Chicken Broil calls Alumni Memorial Field home once a year in July. Net proceeds from this event are used to benefit a variety of causes in the Manchester area.

Resource: http://visitypsinow.com/events/

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Updated: 19th November, 2018 1:24 PM.