Arab American Heritage Month takes place in April. Plans are on their way for the 19-20 school year and will be listed here in the near future.
The activities that took place during the 2018-19 school year:
• Arab Night for Teens at The Neutral Zone (dancing, food and poetry)
• Arabic Food Demonstration with Hannan El-Khatib
• Arabiqua Concert with Karim Nagi
• Film Screening of, Detroit Unleaded, including follow up discussion with director, Role Nashefi
• Display of prize winning books at the Ann Arbor District Library (for children) and the U of M Undergraduate Library (for students/adults).
• Several schools organized school-based programs that celebrated the contributions of the Arab culture to our community and larger society.
The activities that took place during the 2017-18 school year:
• Arab Night for Teens at The Neutral Zone which included Arab Dancing, Food, and Poetry
• Arabic Food Demonstration by Hanan Khatib
• Arabiqua Concert with Karim Nagi for all ages
• Film screening of "Detroit Unleaded" with a follow-up discussion with the director, Rola Nashef.
• Featured display of a number of prize-winning and critically acclaimed books by Arab American authors on the second floor behind the service desk.