Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a Fajita Dinner and Frisbee Games this Friday night! Dinner will start at 6:30 PM on Friday, September 15th at Northwood 4 Apartments on North Campus.
We will provide fajitas and drinks, anyone is welcome to bring a dessert to share. We will picnic outside, followed by frisbee games for all skill levels on the lawn and soccer field. Please bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit outside if you have one, and any frisbee games (like Can Jam) or extra frisbees from home. Please check on the Facebook Event (click here) for details if raining!
Getting There: easy parking at 1880 Beal Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48105. By foot, take the path on the left of the dumpsters, and look across the field. Look for the picnic tables setup outside!
You can also ride the "Northwood" Blue Bus and get off at the Fire Station on North Campus. Follow the cement path down the hill, and from there, look for the picnic tables setup outside!
Come have fun, make new friends, and get to know American culture at this event!
We'll play board games that will help expose you to American culture and traditions as well as casual English usage (games such as "Apples to Apples" and "Cranium"). Snack food will be provided. This event is hosted in an American's home, Brandon and Jane Girard (226 Sumac Ln, Ann Arbor, MI 48105-3013, United States). This Saturday, September 16th at 7:00 PM.
Jane and Brandon's home is just a couple miles from North Campus (but not accessible on Saturday night by bus). If you need a ride, please simply comment on the Facebook Event (click here) and let us know where you need a ride from.
American students are welcome, too!
Come meet and mingle with your International peers!
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