Looking for Prom Dresses!

The Youth Department is hosting a teen program called Mission: Prom on April 14 from 2-4 PM at the Malletts Creek branch. The program will include a dress exchange, as well as make-up tips and DIY shoe embellishments.

We don't want to exclude anyone doesn’t have a dress to exchange or shoes to embellish, so we are looking for dresses in various sizes, as well as formal shoes. Don't worry about the dresses being outdated. Some very imaginative teens will be able to create something great and prom-worthy from our old dresses. Please help us clothe these teens for Prom! Drop off any dresses to the Youth Department at the Downtown library. Call the Youth Department at 327-8301 with questions. Thank you for your support!

Family Science Workshop: Backyard Meteorology: Forecasting the Future

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For ages 6-11 accompanied by an adult.
How do meteorologists predict the weather? Is it hard to do? Find out how meteorologists predict the weather in your neighborhood! Make your own Global Warming Superhero, that you can take care of when you get home. Come to the Mallets Creek Branch on Saturday March 31, 2007 at 10am, presented by UM Exhibit Museum of Natural History. Registration is required and begins two weeks before each workshop please call 327-4200.

Arabic books at Malletts Creek

Several Arabic books were recently transferred to the Malletts Creek branch. Check them out. Some of the books include:

"al-Abnusa al-baida'" by Hanna Mina
"Ana hiya inti riwaayah" by Ilham Mansoor
"ar-Ra'ad" by Zakaria Tamer

Create Magic Beads

Create high fashion jewelry with magazines and newspapers. Come back from Mid-Winter break in style! Show up at Malletts Creek branch on Friday, March 2 from 10-11 AM. Program is for ages 9 and up.

Physician to Discuss Her Battle with Breast Cancer

What's it like for a doctor to cope with a life-threatening disease?
Dr. Janet Gilsdorf, Director of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at U-M's Mott Children's Hospital will speak on her book Inside/Outside: A Physician's Journey with Breast Cancer at the library's 'Sunday Edition' program on Sunday, February 11 at the Malletts Creek branch. Dr. Gilsdorf's book, which grew from an essay originally published in a medical journal, describes the experience of coping with a grave medical condition from the vantage point of a physician. It is a deeply personal account of her struggles with the medical, emotional and physical issues associated with her course of treatment, ending with a hopeful outlook. The program is free and open to all. It begins at 3:00 p.m.
Copies of the book will be for sale and a book signing will follow the presentation.

Sports Manga @ Animanga Club on January 24

Get in the game as the Animanga Club discusses our favorite sports manga and does a cool craft. We’ll be focusing on Prince of Tennis, Eyeshield 21, and Crimson Hero, but come with recommendations of others sports manga that you’ve loved. Pocky and other snacks will be provided. The event will be held from 7:00-8:30 pm at the Malletts Creek Branch on Wednesday, January 24th.

Yost and the 'Big House' at 'Sunday Edition'

Michigan Stadium is one of Ann Arbor's significant landmarks and much in the news these days. But what's the story behind how it was originally built? Find out on Sunday, November 12 at 2:00 p.m. at the Malletts Creek Branch library when Robert Soderstrom talks about his fascinating book The Big House: Fielding H. Yost and the building of Michigan Stadium. A U-M graduate and lifelong fan of the Wolverines, the author will talk about the early history of the stadium and present early photographs illustrating its development. The program is part of the library's 'Sunday Edition' monthly book talk series.

Halloween Vampin'

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Tonight at the Malletts Creek branch from 6:30-8:30 or so we'll be making vampire protection wreaths and catching goblins in jars. Using all natural materials you'll leave with the perfect Halloween accessory! See you there.

Become A Caped Crusader

Bring your inner superhero to life by creating a secret identity, a super name, and a superpower. Turn out more like Superman or like Captain Underpants when you create your own costume, complete with cape, gadgets and awesome mask. Come in just in time to get your costume ready for Halloween or discover your true super self just for fun!

ANIME EVENTS WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY

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UPDATE: Mission accomplished! Thank you to everyone who came!
Oh, and someone asked me to post the Zuko AMV, from Avatar: the Last Airbender. I love the series, and youtube happily has an endless supply of AMVs.

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