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Celebrate Earth Day by creating a recycled art project as a group. Aimed at ages 5-12.
Meet live hawks, owls, falcons, vultures and a bald eagle up close with your friends from the Howell Nature Center.
Bring your favorite stuffed animal for a pet show. We'll read Pet Show by Ezra Jack Keats, have a "veterinarian" check your pet, take a keepsake photo and end with a pet parade!
Join us for a fun-filled day of STEM activities, presented by Mentor to Youth.
Create winter inside the library! We'll read snow stories, make wintry crafts and play snow games-including a "snowball" fight.
On Martin Luther King Jr. day, Historian and author Dr. Willie W. Payne will use music, song and photos to show how southern fugitive slaves struggled to escape captivity using the Underground Railroad. Refreshments and youth activities follow the presentation.
This winter, the Ypsilanti District Library is featuring "The Power of Children," an exhibit dedicated to three children that changed history. The exhibit profiles Ruby Bridges, Anne Frank, and Ryan White -- three young people who became the faces of some of the most intense struggles of the twentieth...
See a henna demo and design your own natural and temporary tattoo. Aimed at ages 12-18.
Hear from young people who are making a difference right now in our community. Join the Teen Advisory for a youth panel discussion that will include the Ypsi/Ann Arbor Youth Citizens of the Year from 2017 and 2018. Ask questions and learn how you can make positive change on...
Try your hand at baking and taste the delicious results as we make brownies from scratch!
Join Harvey Krage and the Domino Toppling Club to build a domino chain and watch it topple. Sponsored by the Zeal Credit Union.
Learn the basics of macaron baking and take home a variety of colors and flavors. Aimed at ages 12-18.