Friday August 5th 2:00-3:00 pm
Want to learn some basic techniques of improvisation? Then join us for a fun afternoon of doing improv. This event is hosted by Jono who has an extensive background in theater. He was the assistant director at Stagecrafters Youth Theater in the 1000 Hats Improv Camp in Royal Oak. He is also a musical theater major at Western Michigan University. Registration is appreciated, but not required.
August 10th & 30th 5:00 pm – 6:45 pm
Hey Pokémon trainers! Meet us at the Kezar library to go on an adventure through town capturing Pokémon! Bring your friends and see how many Pokémon you can catch or battle it out at a gym. After our walk, we’ll have snacks and do a craft! Registration is appreciated, but not required. For teens, 12-18.
Come join us for an afternoon of fun as members of the 5th MI Regiment Civil War Band provide us with an outdoor concert of historical and entertaining music. Members will be dressed in period clothing and will be discussing the history and meaning behind the various songs as well. Women will also be attending in period clothing. So, history buffs and music lovers, break out a lawn chair grab a blanket and make a picnic out of it. Guaranteed fun for the whole family.
Arrhhh, the pirates are back! On Saturday, August 6th, at 1pm behind the library, Captain Mike Martin and his crew of pirates make a return landing to the Romeo Graubner District Library. Captain Mike and his pirates will be shooting their battle cannon, discussing how it works and talking about the life of being a pirate. Many photo opps. are available. So, come dressed as a pirate if you choose, or wear the clothes of the 21st century man, but either way, we will transport you back in time for an afternoon of glorious fun.
Be entertained and educated about exotic animals with a little magic and humor thrown in. Marc Rosenthal brings in exotic animals that have been rescued to share with everyone.
There are 2 showings. It’s free, but you must register.