Beneath the surface, there are caves and mines that are unique worlds all their own. The Organization for Bat Conservation brings Vampire bats and other cave-dwelling animals to the library in this engaging live animal program. Informative and fun for the entire family. No registration required.
Mark Rosenthal beings exotic animal "diggers" from around the world, including a Mexican bearded lizard, Aftrical millipedes, a hairy armadillo, a Patagonian cavy and more. Ages 5 and older. Due to the unpredictable nature of the "diggers", no younger siblings please. Registration is not required.
Hold a dinosaur fossil, learn how dinosaurs adapted to their surroundings, and dig for fossils like a palenontologist with scientists from the Cranbrook Institute of Science. Ages 5-7. Registration begins July 1.
Allergic to fur? Barking too noisy? Snakes too scary? Come create a pet rock, the perfect silent pet! All ages are welcome. Children under the age of 6 much be accompanied by an adult. No registration required.
Create whimsical and magical houses for fairies using a variety of natural and synthetic supplies. Use your imagination to create a perfect land for these little creatures. Ages 6 and older. Registration begins June 18.
The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum leads experiments in momentum, kinetic and potential energy by building roller coasters. Let the forces of physics take you for a ride! Ages 8 and older. Registration begins June 10.