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Upcoming Programs

Chef's Surprise

Tuesday, May 21
Ages 8-12

Which will make the better baked goods?
Join us to find out!

Registration is required, and begins
Tuesday, April 23

(A book club for book lovers
& movie lovers)

We meet the 3rd Thursday of each month, January - November,
at 6:30 p.m. at the Library

Next Meeting: Thursday, April 18

The March selection: Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman

Two witch sisters, raised by their eccentric aunts in a small town, face closed-minded prejudice and a curse which threatens to prevent them from ever finding lasting love.

Copies of the book are now available.

Adult Crafting Program

Monday, April 22

We'll be using permanent markers and rubbing alcohol to create a one-of-a-kind ceramic tile project.

All supplies will be provided and available throughout the program, but participants are free to leave when their project is complete.

Click here to register today!

Live Animal Presentation

Representatives from Potter Park Zoo will be at the library with a few animal ambassadors, for an up close and personal look at the animals, and a chance to learn more about them and their natural behaviors.

Tuesday, April 23

No library card is needed for this FREE family program,
but advance registration is appreciated.

A read-aloud program with "Ruger,"
a certified therapy dog

Who?  Children ages 6-12
What?  Tail Waggin' Tutor
Where?  Quiet Study Room, Briggs Library
When?  Thursday Evenings: 6:30-7:30

(One 15-minute session per child)

April 25
May 9 & 23

Why?  Encourage confidence and reading skills in a relaxing environment

Registration is required and is now available.
Visit the library, or call 989-224-4702 to register.

Join us for our monthly euchre club!

Friday, April 26

This is a fun, free, social event

No buy-in or cost to play

Register as an individual or partners

Click here to register today!

Join us for an exciting presentation involving eating, touching, smelling, and creating faces out of fresh veggies!

Participants will also be able to take a turn on the Bike Blender and make delicious samples of smoothies and slushies.

All Ages Family Program
Monday, April 29

Click here to register today!


A two-part presentation about an adoptee's journey of using DNA tests to find his biological family, and general tips and strategies to aid anyone in their own genealogy research.

Saturday, May 4

Richard Hill is an adoptee, author, and genetic genealogy speaker.  He has written a memoir that chronicles his use of DNA tests to find his biological family.  He is also the creator of the Guide to DNA Testing and the website DNATestingAdvisor.com

No library card is needed to attend this free program, but advance registration is appreciated.

Click here to register today!

Tuesday, May 7

Grandmothers, Mothers, and children ages 3 and up
are invited to attend!

Musical entertainment, stories, light refreshments, and a craft for all to enjoy

Click here to register today!

Toddler Storytime

Ages 2-3 with a participating adult
Wednesday Mornings

May 8 - May 29

*Stories  *Movement  *Music  *Crafts  *Games

Click here to register today!

New Online Databases!

Career prep, GED & college test prep, computer skills and more at Learning Express Library!

Up-to-date information on over 175 countries!

Access billions of genealogy records including Census, SSDI, and Military records.
*Ancestry Library Edition is available for in-library use only*
Mango Languages

Mango prepares learners for realistic conversations in over 70 world languages, including English.
Mobile Printing

Use your personal computer or mobile device to print at Briggs District Library using PrinterOn.
Michigan Activity Pass

Discover hundreds of Michigan's cultural destinations and natural attractions with your library card!
This 'n That Collection

New Item Requests

1000 Books Before Kindergarten