FestiFools is an annual street theater parade held in Ann Arbor, Michigan around April Fool's Day. Founded in 2007 by Mark Tucker and Jeri Rosenberg, the event features large papier-mâché puppets created by students in Tucker's Art in Public Spaces class and the wider community. FestiFools has since grown to attract nearly 8,000 attendees and features community puppet-making workshops held in the months leading up to the event. In 2011, Tucker, Rosenberg, and others founded FoolMoon, a light-based celebration featuring public art installations, street performances, and community-created luminaries. The event has since moved to Ann Arbor's Kerrytown neighborhood and has expanded to include collaborations with local businesses and community groups. In 2016, the team launched ypsiGLOW, a community-built celebration showcasing Ypsilanti's creativity and diversity through luminary processions, public art installations, and performances. Facing the challenges of COVID-19, the team shifted to virtual events, with FoolMoon Reimagined and FestiFools Virtual featuring mini-puppet short films and creative prompts for people at home.