Though temperatures outside continue to fall to arctic levels, Ann Arbor still offers many activities that make trekking through the cold worth it. Climb out of your bundle of blankets and venture outside to take advantage of what this weekend in Ann Arbor has to offer.
6 p.m. Baking Workshop: Zingerman’s
Come to Zingerman’s Bakehouse to learn useful tips and tricks to baking the perfect biscuit or scone. You’ll leave the tutorial with three dozen ginger scones, sweet potato biscuits and Southern-style buttermilk biscuits.
9 p.m. Improv Comedy Show: Michigan League
This weekend a University student-run improv comedy club, Images Hustle Harder, will showcase their new material with a free comedy show. The event promises laughter and a break from the stress of midterms.
8 p.m. MTango Beginners Series: Mason Hall
The student organization MTango is hosting an introductory class to the art of Argentine tango dancing. Neither a partner nor experience is necessary. The dance will be taught by skilled teachers who will emphasize a fun experience for all participants.
9 p.m. [COPY: can only find doors open at 8] Kap Slap: The Blind Pig
Electronic band Kap Slap will perform at the Blind Pig for a concert. Doors will open beginning at 8 p.m. and tickets will be available for $15.00. Surcharge-free tickets will also be available leading up to the event at the 8 Ball Saloon.
2 p.m “Kundo: Age of the Rampant”: The Michigan Theater
The Nam Center for Korean Studies will present a free showing of “Kundo: Age of the Rampant,” a Korean age period film that was a box-office hit in South Korea. Directed by Jong-bin Yun, the film follows the rise of rebel Korean group, KUNDO, as they attempt to overthrow tyrants.
7:30 p.m The Ark’s 28th Annual Storytelling Festival: The Ark
Come listen to a variety of stories at the Ark’s annual storyteller gathering. Doors open at 7 p.m. and tickets cost $20. The event will feature Detroit Rev. Robert B. Jones Sr., and Lansing storyteller Jennifer Pahl Otto.
1 p.m. Michigan Men’s basketball team plays Ohio State: Crisler Center
Watch the Wolverines take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in a Big Ten matchup. The game will not only be the perfect ending to your weekend, but also the ideal excuse to continue putting off studying.
8:30 p.m. “Mommy”: State Theater
The winner of the Cannes Film Festival Jury Prize, the film follows the struggle of a single mother who finds herself the sole guardian of her 15-year-old son, who suffers from ADHD. A French film with English subtitles, “Mommy” shows how a sense of balance can be restored within a broken family.