Celebrate the Year of the Rat with the Annhua School of Ann Arbor! We'll see a Lion Dance, make fun crafts, listen to a traditional Yao Gu Drum performance, and watch a calligraphy demonstration!
Out Loud Chorus is a mixed chorus of 60+ voices from the Lesbian, Bisexual, Gay, Transgender community, yet open to all. Out Loud provides continuing musical education and performance experience as well as a social outlet for persons interested in choral music and its production. Out Loud seeks to educate the general public about choral music and, through performances, to reduce bigotry and discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community.
Play and build with easy-to-mold Kinetic Sand!
Drop in and contribute to a community sculpture featuring one of Dr. King’s speeches.
Drop by to meet Hikonyan, the lovable Mascot from Hikone, Japan. Hikonyan will make two appearances: 10:30 am & 11:15 am.
Have fun with special Hikonyan coloring sheets and button-making.
This event is a partnership with the city of Hikone.
Come in costume for stories, a puppet show, and trick-or-treats. Then, head to Main Street for the Halloween Treat Parade!
This event is repeated from the 10:00 am program.
Starting October 1st, drop off your gently used, clean Halloween costumes at any AADL location.
Then, on October 27th, come pick out a new costume for the year at our Halloween Costume Swap.
This is a wonderful chance to save money, clear your closet, and pick out something snazzy for the year. Costumes for all ages and sizes are appreciated.
Come pick out a new-to-you costume for this year!
This is a wonderful chance to save money, clear your closet, and pick out something snazzy for this year from the gently used and clean costumes dropped off at any Library location during the month of October.
Join us as the Academy of Russian Classical Ballet performs a shortened version of the classic holiday ballet The Nutcracker, followed by a meet and greet with the dancers.
Celebrate Welcoming Week! In a spirit of unity, the community brings together immigrants and those born throughout the world to build strong connections and affirm the benefits of welcoming everyone. This event includes: kids activities, refreshments, music and community resources.
This event is in partnership with the Office of Community and Economic Development, Jewish Family Services and the Community Action Network.