Remember that Friday, February 6th is the next opportunity to see the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra and Gari Stein join up with tuba player Fritz Kaenzig for dancing and enjoying classical music with your young child at the Downtown Library at 9:30 and 10:30 am.
Full from feasting this holiday season? Work it off with Betsy Beckerman, Sara Melton Keller and all the Dancing Babies at the Traverwood Branch on Sunday, December 28th at 4:00 pm for 30 minutes of circle dances, baby bouncing and lots of fun!
Home again Home again Jiggety Jig! My favorite rhythm-and-rhyme book for little folks is Piggy In The Puddle by Charlotte Pomerantz. It tells a piggy story with nursery rhyme rhythm. You can watch and listen to a claymation version of the story in the Reading Rainbow DVD Piggy In The Puddle, which includes "This House Is Made Of Mud" and the "Hippopotamus Song".
Join us for songs with Laz Slomovits, check out beautiful traditional dresses and books and make felt bookmarks with flower designs. Experience the rich Hungarian culture this Sunday, October 12th at the Downtown Library at 2:00 pm.
If you are stumped on a new piece of software or just looking to expand your skills, check out our Computer Classes, held at all AADL locations. Our classes can teach you how to use everything from MS Word to iPhoto to your new digital camera.