What's Happening This Week!
FILM AND DISCUSSION: Adults and teens can view the 2013 documentary Gasland Part II (pictured) on Thursday September 18 at 6:00 pm at the Downtown Library, then stay for a community discussion of the environmental issues raised in the film.
WEBCOMICS: Adults and teens interested in creating their own webcomic are invited to AADL's new monthly Webcomics Lab on Wednesday September 17 at 6:00 pm at the Malletts Creek Branch.
NERD NITE ANN ARBOR: Don't miss the Thursday September 18 edition of Nerd Nite held at LIVE on 102 S 1st Street as three boisterous speakers geek out for the crowd. Its "like the Discovery Channel™…with beer!" The fun starts at 7 pm and doors open at 6:30 pm.
HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS: Kids can learn how to create their own video game on Friday September 19 at 6 pm at the Downtown Library. Adult and teen writers are welcome at the Thursday, September 18 Emerging Writers Meetup at 7 pm at Traverwood Branch.
CONCERT: Enjoy the sounds of Steelpan jazz, classical, samba, and calypso music when the Southpaw Isle Steelband presents a concert for adults, teens and youth on Saturday September 20 at 2:00 pm at Pittsfield Branch.
AUTHOR EVENT: Nationally-known food historian and author Peter Rose discusses Art In Food And Food In Art on Sunday September 21 at 3 pm at the Malletts Creek Branch.
GAMING TOURNAMENTS: Looking to compete? Teens and adults can battle on Saturday September 20 at the 1:00 pm Project M/Super Smash Brothers "Not So" Regulation Throwdown at the Downtown Library and all ages can enjoy the Sunday September 21 Mario Kart Tournament at 1 pm at the Downtown Library.
CRAFT: Adults and teens can learn how to make a star keychain out of felt on Sunday September 21 at 4 pm at the Pittsfield Branch.
DROP-IN CHESS: It is back! The first Fall edition of Chesstastic for adults, teens and youth will occur on Sunday September 21 at 1 pm at Traverwood Branch.