Tween Scene—Slime Time

Feel like getting down and dirty and making slime? Come to the Malletts Creek Branch on April 9th from 11 AM-12 PM or the Northeast Branch on April 11th from 2-3 PM, and create your own gross and gooey slime.
For Ages 9 +

Believe It's Spring!

For a few brief moments, we thought spring was here. That's not the case now, but we must believe that it will be here very shortly. After all, the Ann Arbor Public Schools are on Spring Break next week.

Spring means flowers. Let's make some. If you are at least 3 years old or older, come to the Northeast Branch on Tuesday, April 10th, any time between 2:00 and 4:00 p.m.
We'll be making flowers, many kinds of flowers. All materials will be provided. Just bring your creative ideas.

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 Northeast Branch on Saturday March 31, 2007 at 2 pm, presented by UM Exhibit Museum of Natural History. Registration is required and begins two weeks before each workshop please call 327-4200.

Blue Jean Pocket Purses

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We supply the blue jean pocket, along with beads, ribbons, and sequins. You create the perfect tiny tote for your backback or purse.
Wednesday, February 28 at Northeast Branch from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Teens welcome. No registration.

Yarn Pictures

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Looking for something to do on the day after Christmas? Kids 8 and up can come to the Northeast Branch from 2 - 4 p.m. on Tuesday, December 26, 2006 to make yarn pictures. We will use no paint, just yarn in many textures and colors.

Preschool Storytime at Northeast Branch

Preschool storytime at the Northeast Branch library will take place twice on Thursday morning for the next six-week storytime session starting November 9 and ending December 14. Gather round the carpet and join us for storytime from 10-10:30 am or from 11-11:30 am.

Animanga Blog Trivia Challenge

Having just gotten back from Disney World, I'm interested in seeing if you know more about Asia than Epcot. Really fabulous prizes will be awarded March 15, 7pm at NEB for the most truthy, and perhaps factual answers.

Question number 6: What is important about the Edo period in Japan?
(1603-1867)

Past questions:
5: What or when is Edo?
4: What is a "kitsune"?
3: Is Xellos Good or Evil? Explain.
2: What is the Japanese name for Japan?
1: What is the difference between a Japanese and Chinese Pagoda?

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