Upcoming Events

Wednesday, February 21

  • 6:00pm

    Local flavor and fragrance expert Michelle Krell Kydd, creator of the award-winning smell and taste blog Glass Petal Smoke, discusses, with samples, the scents that inspire ambient music pioneer Brian Eno.

  • 7:00pm

    During the Armenian-Azerbaijani conflict, Abgar is offered work helping with the construction of a mosque by an Azerbaijani named Ibrahim who promises to find and return Abgar's daughter. Within a few days Ibrahim has located the girl in a Baku psychiatric hospitals. Abgar, thinking he and his daughter can now flee the village, discovers that his skills as a stonemason have shackled him to the mosque, and that he is trapped.

  • 7:00pm

    U-M theatre professor José Casas directs U-M theatre students in his new work based on a true story about a smuggler who abandons 30 Mexicans crossing the border, resulting in the death of 14. Cast talkback after the show. Reception follows at the Michigan League Henderson room

  • 7:00pm

    Magic realist tragicomedy about a teenage Tatar girl who mysteriously finds herself pregnant told from the fetus's point of view. In Russian, Tajik, and Uzbek, with subtitles.

Thursday, February 22

Friday, February 23

Saturday, February 24

  • 10:00am - 4:00pm

    All invited to try a hands-on engineering activity. This month's challenge: towers. Also Sun. noon-4.

  • 12:00pm - 3:00pm

    Modati Studios representatives show adults and teens grade 6 & up how to screen print. Participants print a design to take home, and you can bring old t-shirts or fabric to print as well, if you like.

  • The Ark

    Headliner is Jeff Doyle, a nationally known Brighton storyteller who produces the annual Howell Opera House Scary Story Festival in October. Also, Ann Arbor Storytellers Guild members Barbara Schutzgruber, Patti Smith, Jane Fink, and Steve Daut, who also serves as emcee.

  • 10:00pm

    Entertainment in drag for your entertainment.

Sunday, February 25

Monday, February 26

Tuesday, February 27

Wednesday, February 28

Thursday, March 1

Friday, March 2

Monday, March 5

  • 7:00pm

    Samurai drama from 1958about two peasants, Matashichi (Kamatari Fujiwara) and Tahei (Minoru Chiaki),  who try and fail to make a profit from a tribal war. Written & directed by AKIRA KUROSAWA.

Wednesday, March 7

  • 5:00pm

    Spoken word, poetry, singing, and instrumentals welcom! Timeslots are 10 minutes long, and are limited! Please SEND AN EMAIL beforehand to thesongbirdcafemusic@gmail.com to inquire about reserving a spot! Some audio equipment available.

Thursday, March 8

Thursday, March 15

Monday, March 26

Thursday, March 29

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