Upcoming Events

Sunday, October 21

Monday, October 22

Tuesday, October 23

Wednesday, October 24

  • 5:30pm

    Documentary chronicling a year of the global refugee crisis through a series of deeply felt personal stories. Directed by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.

  • 7:00pm

    Get your Halloween on with George Romero's legendary 1968 horror film. Also at 10 p.m., and Thursday at 7 and 10. Tickets

  • 7:00pm

    Free showing of this classic Polish film about a young Resistance fighter ordered to kill a Communist district leader on the final day of WWII. Directed by Andrzej Wajda.

Thursday, October 25

Friday, October 26

Saturday, October 27

Sunday, October 28

  • 12:55pm

    Dubbed screening of Hayao Miyazaki's 2001 Oscar-winning Japanese anime film about a girl who must rescue her parents from a haunted bath house. Also 7 p.m. October 29 (subtitles) and October 30 (dubbed). Tickets

  • 1:30pm

    Stop-motion animated horror comedy, a parody of the classic 1931 Frankenstein film. Directed by Tim Burton.

  • 4:00pm

    Documentary interviews about the hardships endured by director Wen Hui's great-aunt (known as her "third grandmother") during the Great Famine and the Cultural Revolution in China. Mandarin with subtitles.

  • 4:00pm

    Write a novel! All adults and teens in grade 6 & up invited to learn about NaNoWriMo, which encourages teens and adults to write a 50,000-word novel by the end of November.

  • 7:00pm

    Live Halloween animal presentations, including a big owl, a raven, a spider, a snake, and more. Also, a chance to see Egyptian fruit bats in free flight (9 p.m.; included in 7 p.m. ticket). Also Halloween night at 7.

Monday, October 29

Tuesday, October 30

Thursday, November 1

Wednesday, November 7

Thursday, November 8

Saturday, November 10

Monday, November 26

  • Alley Bar
    (Unknown time)

    Peep art installations by Ann Arbor artists and listen to music by MEMCO DJs Jordan S and Fabiola.(21+)

Thursday, November 29

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