*Registration is required unless otherwise noted.
*Registration begins two weeks before the program date.
Register online, at the Adult Reference Desk or by calling 248-628-3034.
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Book Bingo is BACK!
Tuesdays at 2:00 pm
September 15th, October 20th, & November 17thHeld at the library in the Rotary Room
Play traditional bingo and win books. Bring a friend or neighbor - this fun-loving group welcomes new players. Limited to 9 Players---please register early! Detroit: Past, Present and Future A virtual program with Jon ChezickWednesday, September 9th at 7pmJoin us via Zoom for this exciting tour of Detroit with Urb Appeal Tours. An inside look into the neighborhoods, landmarks and businesses that make up Detroit’s past, present and future. Registrants will receive an email with Zoom meeting link and instructions a few days prior to the presentation. Fairy Garden with KristyTuesday, September 22nd at 6:00 pm Held at the library in the Rotary Room Bring your choice of container. Kristy will provide materials and advice to make your creation special! Limited space—register early! Make-n-Take Scrubby Pumpkin
Week of October 5th-10th
Stop by the Adult Reference Desk and pick up a packet to create your own copper scrubby pumpkin. Everything you need is provided. While supplies last. No registration needed. The 1918 Influenza Pandemic & Its Effect on Our AncestorsA Virtual Program with Katherine WillsonSaturday, October 17th at 1:00pmMore Americans were killed by the global 1918 Influenza (Spanish Flu) Pandemic than in the Great War. This virus had tragic implications on our ancestors’ communities and in their own families. Review the timeline of the pandemic’s spread, the direct and indirect effect of this health crisis on individuals, and the sources to consult for a greater understanding of its impact. Registrants will receive an email with Zoom meeting link and instructions a few days prior to the presentation. Painted Pumpkin/Gourd Contest
Week of October 19-24 Vote for your favorite entry created by our staff. All votes will be entered in a drawing for a gift card.
Fall Soup Cooking DemonstrationA Virtual Program with Celebrity Chef Michelle BommaritoWednesday, October 28th at 7pmJoin us and learn tips and tricks to make a healthy fall soup perfect for those cold winter nights! Registrants will receive an email with Zoom meeting link and instructions a few days prior to the presentation. Forensic ArtistA Virtual Program with Michigan State Police Lieutenant Sarah KrebsWednesday, November 4th at 6pmFind out how evidence-based drawings and three-dimensional reconstructions aid in the investigation of unidentified remains, the apprehension of suspects, and the resolution of missing person cases. Registrants will receive an email with Zoom meeting link and instructions a few days prior to the presentation. Layered Bean CenterpieceTuesday, November 10th at 6:00 pm Held at the library in the Rotary Room Join us to make a cute centerpiece just in time for Thanksgiving.
You bring the glass and we will provide the fillings! Space is limited so register early!