January Ann Arbor and Saline Library Events

. December 29, 2014.

Nature and Nurture: Mixed Media By The Ann Arbor Art Teachers and Alumni Association

Those who can’t do, teach — but sometimes they can do both! Ann Arbor’s finest art educators will show off their own artistic abilities in this special exhibit. Drawings, paintings, photographs, fiber, and mixed media makes up a vibrant variety of local talent. With so many varying mediums, there’s something for everyone to enjoy at this exhibit.

Through Wednesday, January 29. Ann Arbor District Library: Downtown Branch, 343 S. Fifth Ave. 734-327-4200. Free

Read with the Hornets!

Members of the Saline High School Varsity Basketball Team will entertain with stories, impromptu puppet shows and an arts and crafts activity. Come in for a few minutes or stay for the entire hour. Registration is appreciated, but not required. Sign up in advance. 

Saturday January 10, 10:30-11:30am. Saline District Library: Youth Department. 555 N. Maple Rd. 734-429-5450. Free

High School Options in Washtenaw County

Choosing the right high school for your adolescent can be a very tricky decision. Get all the information you need at this AADL event. Representatives from each of the area’s high schools will offer answers to any and all of your questions about the programs and education styles that are offered, so you and your future freshman can make the right choice.

Monday, January 5. Ann Arbor District Library: Downtown Branch, 343 S. Fifth Ave., 734-327-4200. Free