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Stock up on novels and find hidden gems at the best book sale in town! The Friends of Ypsilanti District Library's weekend book sale offers thousands of books at incredible prices. zsll proceeds benefit the library. Weekend book sale hours are as follows: Thursday: 6-8 p.m.  members only preview sale...
Is your little one ready to start preschool in the fall? Meet representatives from different preschools in the area, including several free preschool programs.  
Meet real snakes up close and discover the snake's natural habitats. We'll run an experiment and test our hypotheses using live snakes from Leslie Science Center.
See a lightsaber fight demonstration from the Michigan Jedi Sith Order, take pictures with costumed characters and make Star Wars crafts. Costumes welcome.
The national event celebrates children, families and reading. Bring the family for performances, readings and snacks, and learn how books help us discover diverse languages and cultures. Co-sponsored by the Ann Arbor District Library.
Go outside with Wandering Washtenaw and look for signs of spring. Dress for the outdoors.
Meet author Ruth Behar and enjoy the youth art exhibit, hands-on Cuban drumming. Plus, there's hopscotch, Cuban snacks, along with a reading and book signing for Lucky Broken Girl.
Kids, you have the power to brighten someone's day and make the world better! Celebrate National Kindness Week with activities that will make an impact on your community. Aimed at ages 6 and up.
Spin the wheel, solve the word puzzles and win a prize! It's almost like the game show. Aimed at ages 9-14.
Discuss Lucky Broken Girl with other families over snacks.
Develop communication and leadership skills, including speech writing and public speaking, during this practical and interactive workshop. Presented by Collyer Smith. Aimed at ages 12-18. Registration required at 734-482-4110 x1329 or online.
Black men become reading role models by reading to kids and celebrating the African tradition of oral stroytelling. Bring the whole family!