THURSDAY (Sep. 25)

Sustainability and Social Justice Panel Discussion with Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice executive director Donele Wilkins
7:30 p.m.
At Crazy Wisdom Bookstore & Tea Room Salon (114 S. Main)
Free

Trunk-a-Palooza: Garage Sale in Kerrytown
5 p.m.
At the Farmerk’s Market, between Fourth Avune and Detroit Street
Free

Belonging to Britain: Lecture by Yale University African American Studies professor Hazel Carby
4 p.m.
At the Michigan League Hussey Room
Free

Out of Our Minds: Learning to Be Creative Penny Stamps Lecture with Sir Ken Robinson
5:10 p.m.
At the Michigan Theater
Free

FRIDAY (Sep. 26)

Jamie Lee Curtis at the Liberty Borders
7 p.m.
At Borders (612 E. Liberty)
Free / Free admissions wristbands available at 9 a.m. if you buy / own a copy of her book “Big Words for Little People”

Italy as a Land of Jihad Lecture by Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa, Naples arts Professor Federico Marazzi
5 p.m.
1014 Tisch Hall (435 S. State)
Free

The Art of Movement: Parkour and Freerunning
7 p.m.
At the Ann Arbor District Library (343 S. Fifth Avenue at William)
Free

SATURDAY (Sep. 27)
Birds in Focus: Local Wildlife Photographers Show and Discuss Their Work (Bring your own camera)
8 a.m.
At Mary Beth Doyle Park
$50 (Preregistration required at lesliesnc.org or by calling 734-997-1553)

Harvest of the Arts Okroberfest: Juried Art Fair with Beer Tent and Chili Cookoff
9 a.m.
In downtown Saline
Free

Nature’s Expressions: Show and sale of crystalline mineral specimens, fossils, shells, mounted butterflies and insects, and more (includes a “complete fossil skeleton of a 9-foot, 100,000-year-old cave bear”)
11 a.m.
3443 Daleview Drive (off N. Maple Road north of Huron River Drive)
Free

Wayne Shorter Quartet Presented by UMS
8 p.m.
At Hill Auditorium
$10 – $42

SUNDAY (Sep. 28)

Michigan Argentine Tango Club 7th Anniversary Festival
8 p.m.
At the Michigan Union Ballroom
$15 / $10 with student ID

Night Terrors: Haunted Village, Asylum, Labyrinth, Barn and Mine Shaft
7:30 p.m.
At Wiard’s Orchards 5565 Merritt Road, Ypsilanti
$14 for access to one area / $35 for al lareas

The Food Historian in the Kitchen: New England food historian Sandy Oliver
2 p.m.
At the Ann Arbor District Library (343 S. Fifth Avenue at William)
Free

Graphic Novel Boot Camp: The Fundamentals of Comic Storytelling by artist Mark Rudolph
2 p.m.
At the Ann Arbor District Library Pittsfield Branch (2359 Oak Valley Drive)
Free

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