Tiger Stadium Documentary "Stealing Home"

"Stealing Home", winner of the recent Freep Film Festival audience award, chronicles the history of Tiger Stadium and the recent action of the Navin Field Grounds Crew to resurrect and maintain the remaining footprint of this historic location. This film presents the day-to-day activities of the Grounds Crew alongside historic imagery of the field from the past 100 years. Join us on Wednesday, June 18, 7:00-8:45 PM, as we watch this fantastic piece of Detroit Tiger history and then join director Jason Roche, Professor of Communication Studies at University of Detroit-Mercy, for an informative Q&A. This presentation is open to patrons of all ages and is a must-see for baseball fans and history buffs alike. This is also a CYS Game On: On the Scene approved program. Click here for Grantland's story on the topic from the recent Detroit feature.

hoopla Hoop - Hula Hoop Contest

Come and put your hula -hoop skills to the test! We are hosting a contest to celebrate hoopla, a multi-media platform that offers thousands of streaming and downloadable movies, music albums and audiobooks to the Canton community. The individual that hula-hoops the longest will walk away with a new android tablet, perfect for using hoopla! Staff will also be on hand to explain this awesome service in detail and help you set up an account! Contest participants are encouraged to bring their own hula - hoops if possible.  Join us Monday, June 23 from 6:00 - 8:00 PM.

Tanabata Festival

Join us July 19th as wecelebrate Tanabata, a Japanese Star Festival. This festival celebrates theonce-a-year meeting of star lovers, the Ox Herder and the Weaver Princess, whoare separated by the Milky Way during the other 364 days of the year.

To help us celebrate, members of the JapanSociety of Detroit Women's Club will present the Tanabata story using Kamishibai, a Japanese form ofstorytelling. We will also participate in the Tanabata custom of writing wisheson long strips of colorful paper and then tying them to tree branches in thehopes that they will come true. In addition children will have the opportunityto try on Yukatas or summer kimonos.

This event will take place Saturday July 19th at 11:00 am.


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