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        CultureSource Monday, September 25

        "Lessons from the Ojibwe, 400 Years Ago" Robert Downes

        Author Robert Downes will present a digital-video presentation on the historical research behind his novel, Windigo Moon - A Novel of Native America at the Scarab Club.
        CultureSource Tuesday, September 26

        Book Launch: Object Lessons

        The book "Object Lessons and the Formation of Knowledge: The University of Michigan Museums, Libraries, and Collections 1817-2017" presents a full color journey through the treasures of the University's collections. Join us for a panel discussion with a focus on items from library collections. Panelists include Martha Conway, director of the U-M Library's Special Collections Library; Kevin Graffagnino, director of the Clements Library; and Terry McDonald, director of the Bentley Historical
        CultureSource Tuesday, September 26

        Detroit Design Festival

        The seventh annual Detroit Design Festival (DDF) returns September 26-30 for a five-day celebration of design and creativity. In celebration of Detroit's designation as the first and only City of Design in the United States, DDF programming and events will explore the various ways design is shaping our future. From the workplace to the built environment, thoughtful design can impact and even change the way we experience the world around us.
        CultureSource Wednesday, September 27

        Ed Sheeran

        The tour celebrates Sheeran’s landmark third studio album, ÷. The album – pronounced “divide” – includes the universal hit singles, “Shape of You” and “Castle On The Hill,” both of which made incredible chart entries after their simultaneous January release. “Shape of You” debuted at #1 on Billboard’s “Hot 100” – Sheeran’s first time atop the overall chart – and has

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