Arrow wood Hills Community Center (AHCC) was established in 1970 on the north side of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Initially, AHCC operated as a clubhouse for members of Arrowwood Hills Cooperative but later evolved into a community center. Since its establishment, AHCC mission has been to build a sense community and provide quality programs, activities, and services to its residents.
Our signature programming consists of an after school enrichment program and our annual summer camp which services youth in grade K-6. AHCC offers services to our adults and elderly. We provide our community members with a monthly food distribution through Food Gatherers; face-to-face hands on sessions on how to obtain social services and free access to our community computer lab.
Our Arrowwood afterschool program returns. Elementary school students participate in tutoring, homework help, and community and leadership skill building activities. Monday-Friday from 3-6pm.
Scott McFadden of Fifth and Beakes Project presents, Mustard-N-Catch Up, a family friendly literacy program for children 0-8 years old. Children will participate in interactive story time, reading comprehension, creative activities, and receive complimentary books and literacy packages from the Fifth and Beakes Project. Parents are welcomed and encouraged to stay during programing. Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays from 11-12:30pm.
Have something to say to the world? Air it on the radio. Come join Ann Arbor Community Radio and Radio Free Detroit for our Broadcast Boot Camp series. In 4 weeks learn about audio production, news reporting, sports broadcasting, and featuring musical selections. Broadcast Boot Camp is open to middle and high school age youth. Starting September 14th- October 5th every Wednesday from 5:00-6:30pm
Calling all Arrowwood teens! Want to start a program, go on trips, host a video game night, create a talent show or even a dance program? Then CONNECT with us! Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6-8pm starting January 2017
Need to eat better, looking for new recipes in the kitchen, interested in making fresh from the garden food? Come to the Family Food Friday series- workshops for people of all ages featuring delicious and healthy foods. 5-7pm occurring the first Friday of every month.
Arrowwood Hills Community Center has a computer lab available free of charge to members of the community. Individuals may access the lab for internet access, coursework, research and other purposes. Those in need of applying for SNAP Benefits or public assistance may also do so. Set up an individual time for benefit application support or stop by Wednesdays from 1-3p.
In June of 2014 AHCC became an official non-profit organization and now provides programs and services to members living in the Skydale area, Carrot Way and communities east of US 23 and north of Barton Drive.