Locations this past term were limited location-wise due to parking, hours places are open, and light and cold weather.
Locations we really enjoyed included the CEMETERY !! Ypsilanti's historic cemetery has some really old stones, the unique Starkweather Memorial Hall (1888 Richardson Romanesque architecture) , and trees we don't see much of these days. It is -- not surprisingly -- loaded with history, the subjects don't move (much), and stories are there for us to read and imagine.
Lucky's Market was popular, too. I ran into friends who were shopping for food while I was teaching, and class liked noshing while drawing. Subjects included a soap display, the cheese, beer wine bar in the center of store (really!)
The Ypsilanti District Library was a quieter place to draw and really explore the art quilt and architecture and really cool perspectives.
I enjoyed showing new places and pointing out possible scenes. What would you point out to folks seeing your town? What catches your eye?