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  • New thriller from the author of The Girl on the Train: Into the Water

    British author Paula Hawkins, who wrote the 2015 mega-bestseller The Girl on the Train, has penned another psychological thriller sure to delight readers. Into the Water will hit the shelves on May 2. In the novel, a single mother is found dead at the bottom of a river that runs through an English town. Earlier in the same summer, the body of a young teenage girl was also found at the bottom of t...

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  • Library Space Camp!

    Looking for something fun to do during Spring Break? We'll be hosting Library Space Camp on Thursday, April 6th from 1-3 PM, with special guest Astronaut Tony England! Join us in making astronaut helmets, creating space-related crafts, running a science experiment, launching straw rockets, watching videos from the International Space Station, and even meeting a real astronaut! We'll have some o...

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  • The 55th Ann Arbor Film Festival Begins Tonight!

    AADL will once again be an official community partner for this year's Ann Arbor Film Fest, and will cosponsor Films in Competition 8: Almost All Ages on Saturday, March 25 at 11 am at the Michigan Theater. This special screening features 12 short, family-friendly films. Make sure to enter the code AAFF55_AADL for a discount on your advance ticket! You can see the festival's entire schedule and b...

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  • FestiFools and AADL: Something New!

    Our fellow robots, the time has come to change things up and we at AADL are retiring our robot suits for something new. We want to help keep things fresh for FestiFools fans! This year AADL is hosting multiple building workshops for ALL AGES to help us make two community puppets, and for you to make your own costumes or instruments for the big FestiFools event on Sunday, April 9. This year we are ...

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Generated 2 months ago

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  • Storytimes: F is for Food!

    Last week at storytimes, Elizabeth told stories all about food! Yum! We heard about Gregory, the goat who is a picky eater in Gregory, the Terrible Eater and counted 15 different flavors of ice cream from Rob Reid’s 15 Scoop Ice Cream Cone. We read the classic The Wolf’s Chicken Stew and clapped along to the rhymes of Linda-Sue Park’s Bee-bim Bop! And of course, a food-themed storytime wouldn’t b...

  • Only a Few Days Left to Enter the "It's All Write!" Contest!

    If you're a writer in grades 6-12, you still have time to send your work to the "It's All Write!" Teen Writing Contest! Just copy and paste your short story or work of flash fiction in the submission form by midnight on Friday, February 24. Please send any questions to Kayla at allwrite@aadl.org. Happy writing!

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  • Blind Date with a Book and Surprise Books for Kids!!

    Stop by any of the AADL locations for a sweet February surprise! Adults and teens will find Blind Date with a Book displays, where one can hopefully find the mysterious item of their dreams! Books (and movies!) are wrapped in butcher paper and decorated with hearts in red, pink and purple. They have a short description of what the material inside contains… but you’ll have to check out the item ...

  • Educating Community Members About Health Insurance Options-2017

    Join us for this session on Wednesday, January 18th from 7:00-8:30 PM. Our presenters will provide information about health insurance options and refer community members to services that can directly enroll people into the coverage they’re eligible for. Some community members are enrolled in coverage that requires re-enrollment each year, and the speaker will have information and assistance for ...

  • Participate in this year's Washtenaw Reads!

    $2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America is this year’s Washtenaw Reads book selection. Researched and written by Kathryn J. Edin and H. Luke Shaefer, the book details the lives of six different families who barely survive on less than $2.00 a day in various parts of the country. Eye-opening and alarming, the book also explains the laws behind the reasons that some people are forced to li...

  • Storytimes: D is for Dog!

    Elizabeth shared Dog stories this week at storytimes at Traverwood and Westgate! We heard about the adorable, yet misbehaving dog who wouldn’t drop the shoe in Drop It, Rocket … until he heard a story, of course! Farm animals had to bravely venture into the scary doghouse to find their missing ball in Jan Thomas’ The Doghouse. Mack the dog ate a cake intended for the farmer in The Cake That Mack ...

  • February Warming Centers & Temporary Weather Havens 2017

    The Shelter Association of Washtenaw County has released the following information about Warming Centers. Daytime Warming Centers rotate on a monthly basis. The Day Warming Shelter will continue until April 3rd. The full schedule along with a link to Temporary Weather Havens may be found here. Listed below are the sites for January and February: --January 2017-- St. Mary's Student Parish (9:00am -...

  • Hooded Scarf Crochet

    Learn how to make a crochet hooded scarf with local, self-taught crochet artist Trudi Hagen. All supplies will be provided. Basic crochet skills are helpful, but not necessary. Event Start:  Saturday, February 4, 2017 - 10:00am Event End:  ...

  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them!

    Calling all Harry Potter fans! The newest movie in the popular series hits theaters this weekend! We'll be celebrating at the Downtown Library on Sunday, November 20th from 3:30-5 PM. Join us for a variety of Harry Potter-themed crafts and activities, including live owl presentations. Costumes are encouraged! Obsessed with the new movie already? Satisfy your Fantastic Beasts craving with som...

  • Warming Center Information Winter 2016-2017

    The Shelter Association of Washtenaw County has released the following information about Warming Centers, and you can find the full schedule posted at the Delonis Center. For access to the Warming Center each client must call Housing Access of Washtenaw County at 734-961-1999 and obtain a referral to the Delonis Center. From November 1st through November 11th, there will be in person HAWC screene...

  • Halloween Costume Drop Off

    Starting on October 1st, drop off your gently used, clean Halloween costumes to any Library Branch for our Halloween Costume Swap on October 23rd. Costumes for all ages and sizes are appreciated. Event Start:  Saturday, October 1, 2016 - 9:00am Event End:  ...

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • Preschool Storytimes Begin At Westgate Branch

    Great news! AADL's popular storytimes for kids ages 2-5 will now be offered at Westgate Branch. Dates and times will vary at first. Here are the sessions for September and October: - Friday September 23, 11:00 am to 11:30 am - Tuesday October 4, 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm - Wednesday October 12, noon to 12:30 pm - Thursday October 20, 10:00 am to 10:30 am - Friday October 28, 10:00 am to 10:30 am...

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Generated 7 months ago

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  • Washtenaw Reads 2017!

    Washtenaw Reads Logo: Washtenaw Reads LogoFans of our annual Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti Reads program will be delighted to learn that the Reads has expanded and is now called Washtenaw Reads! For the first time, libraries in Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Dexter, Milan, Northfield Township, Saline, and Ypsilanti have teamed up to share, read, and discuss one book throughout our communities. Washtenaw Reads will t...

  • Dancing Babies with Monica Higman

    Monica Higman, a teacher with First Steps Washtenaw, leads a program of music and motion! Event Start:  Sunday, September 25, 2016 - 1:00pm Event End:  Sunday, September 25, 2016 - 1:40pm Setup Time (min.):  ...

  • Register to Vote Day @ AADL ~ Tuesday, Sept. 27

    Tuesday, September 27th is National Register to Vote Day and volunteers from the League of Women Voters will assist you in getting registered at the Downtown Library from 3 pm- 7 pm. The next general election is Tuesday, Nov. 8th and the City Clerk and County Clerk have all the info on the election online. Wondering if you're already registered? Check online at Michigan Votes. It's alway...

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Generated 7 months ago

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