What's Happening This Week!
IT'S NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK:
HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: Adults, teens and youth (grade 5 and up) can learn more about designing and developing video games at the Downtown Library at 3 pm on Saturday, April 19.
CRAFT: Kids can create a paper flower Earth Day craft at the Traverwood Branch at 1 pm on Saturday, April 19.
NATIONAL LIBRARY WEEK WRAP-UP PERFORMANCE: Nationally acclaimed, award-winning storyteller La'Ron Williams presents a powerful afternoon of storytelling for adults, teens and youth (age 6 and up). This event, held at the Downtown Library on Saturday, April 19 at 1 pm, is the conclusion of National Library Week.
COMING UP NEXT WEEK:
AUTHOR EVENTS: National Geographic Journalist, Author and Photographer Tom Clynes (pictured above) presents a stunningly visual presentation of Canada's Yukon Territory at the Downtown Library on Tuesday, April 22 at 7 pm. Author Lisa Anderson and Dawn Farm staff discuss alcoholism and the effect on families on Wednesday, April 23 at 7 pm at the Downtown Library, focusing on Lisa's book The Lost Chapters: A Daughter's Hard Questions About An Ad Man's "Unexpected" Death and her late father, a New York ad man.
FILM & DISCUSSION: It is Ann Arbor Veg Week 2014, and AADL and VegMichigan will host a discussion of the award-winning documentary The Ghosts in Our Machine on Thursday, April 24 at 6 pm at the Downtown Library.
CONCERT: Enjoy the West African sounds of Sunkwa on Friday April 25 at 7 pm at the Downtown Library.
HEALTH AND WELLNESS: Arbor Hospice returns for a session on coping with grief on Tuesday, April 22 at 7 pm at Pittsfield Branch.
ARBORWIKI EDIT NIGHT: Meet at Arbor Brewing on 114 East Washington on Wednesday April 23 at 7 and learn how to contribute as an editor for Arborwiki, the wiki created, edited and maintained by locals. Bring your laptop and be ready to contribute!