Brooklyn Branch

Black Out Poetry

Drop in for black out poetry! Similar to a treasure hunt, you’ll find hidden meaning and secret messages. Black out poetry uses newspapers, old book pages, scissors, and a black market to create original poetry! Scan the page for words/phrases that jump out at you, and look at those words as raw material to make your poem. Black out everything else on the page, and create something entirely new.

Napoleon: Monday, October 7 – Thursday, October 10

Springport: Monday, October 7 – Saturday, October 12

Carnegie: Sunday, October 13 – Saturday, October 19

Spring Arbor: Monday, October 14 – Saturday, October 19

Brooklyn: Monday, October 14 – Saturday, October 19

Science Extravaganza!

Join Sloan Museum in exploring three amazing areas of science: electricity, astronomy, and fossils!

Dates and Locations:

  • Spring Arbor Branch: September 14, 11 AM
  • Eastern Branch: September 21, 2 PM
  • Summit Branch: September 28, 2 PM
  • Brooklyn Branch: October 26, 11 AM

Mini Comic Books

Did you know that people have tried to ban all kinds of comics, like The Amazing Spider-man and Batman? Comics have a long history of bans and self-censorship, so we’re celebrating Banned Books Week by creating mini comics. If you can fold paper and draw a story, you can make a comic!

Drop in any time to make your very own mini comic books during Banned books Week, and learn about the history of comic book censorship.

This program is intended for teens and will take place from Monday, September 23 through Saturday 9/28 at the following branches:

  • Brooklyn
  • Carnegie
  • Meijer
  • Napoleon
  • Spring Arbor

Mini Comic Books

Did you know that people have tried to ban all kinds of comics, like The Amazing Spider-man and Batman? Comics have a long history of bans and self-censorship, so we’re celebrating Banned Books Week by creating mini comics. If you can fold paper and draw a story, you can make a comic!

Drop in any time to make your very own mini comic books during Banned books Week, and learn about the history of comic book censorship.

This program is intended for teens and will take place from Monday, September 23 through Saturday 9/28 at the following branches:

  • Brooklyn
  • Carnegie
  • Meijer
  • Napoleon
  • Spring Arbor

Mini Comic Books

Did you know that people have tried to ban all kinds of comics, like The Amazing Spider-man and Batman? Comics have a long history of bans and self-censorship, so we’re celebrating Banned Books Week by creating mini comics. If you can fold paper and draw a story, you can make a comic!

Drop in any time to make your very own mini comic books during Banned books Week, and learn about the history of comic book censorship.

This program is intended for teens and will take place from Monday, September 23 through Saturday 9/28 at the following branches:

  • Brooklyn
  • Carnegie
  • Meijer
  • Napoleon
  • Spring Arbor

Mini Comic Books

Did you know that people have tried to ban all kinds of comics, like The Amazing Spider-man and Batman? Comics have a long history of bans and self-censorship, so we’re celebrating Banned Books Week by creating mini comics. If you can fold paper and draw a story, you can make a comic!

Drop in any time to make your very own mini comic books during Banned books Week, and learn about the history of comic book censorship.

This program is intended for teens and will take place from Monday, September 23 through Saturday 9/28 at the following branches:

  • Brooklyn
  • Carnegie
  • Meijer
  • Napoleon
  • Spring Arbor

Mini Comic Books

Did you know that people have tried to ban all kinds of comics, like The Amazing Spider-man and Batman? Comics have a long history of bans and self-censorship, so we’re celebrating Banned Books Week by creating mini comics. If you can fold paper and draw a story, you can make a comic!

Drop in any time to make your very own mini comic books during Banned books Week, and learn about the history of comic book censorship.

This program is intended for teens and will take place from Monday, September 23 through Saturday 9/28 at the following branches:

  • Brooklyn
  • Carnegie
  • Meijer
  • Napoleon
  • Spring Arbor

Mini Comic Books

Did you know that people have tried to ban all kinds of comics, like The Amazing Spider-man and Batman? Comics have a long history of bans and self-censorship, so we’re celebrating Banned Books Week by creating mini comics. If you can fold paper and draw a story, you can make a comic!

Drop in any time to make your very own mini comic books during Banned books Week, and learn about the history of comic book censorship.

This program is intended for teens and will take place from Monday, September 23 through Saturday 9/28 at the following branches:

  • Brooklyn
  • Carnegie
  • Meijer
  • Napoleon
  • Spring Arbor

Science Extravaganza!

Join Sloan Museum in exploring three amazing areas of science: electricity, astronomy, and fossils!

Dates and Locations:

  • Spring Arbor Branch: September 14, 11 AM
  • Eastern Branch: September 21, 2 PM
  • Summit Branch: September 28, 2 PM
  • Brooklyn Branch: October 26, 11 AM

Palette Knife Painting

Calling all young artists! Let your creativity shine as we explore color mixing and abstract art with palette knife painting. We’ll use acrylic paint, palette knives and canvases to create a piece of art as unique as you!

Supplies and space are limited, please call the Brooklyn Branch at 517-905-1369 to save your spot.

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