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Upcoming Programs

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Our annual sock-collection drive is back!  We will be collecting new socks for children and adults throughout the month of October.

Click here for more information, and how to participate.

Daytime Trick-or-Treating at the library!

A storytelling, musical program about the loss of the Great Lakes ship, its crew, and the song that told its haunting tale.

Tuesday, November 13

Click here for more information, and to register today!

Chapter Chatter

Tuesday Evenings
November 6 - November 27
7:00 - 7:45
Independent Listeners Ages 6-8

We will share our impressions of the cover art, subject, & content of selected chapter books over the 4-week session, as we go "out & about" to 4 Downtown sites.

November 6:  meet at PKSA Karate - 320 N Clinton Ave
November 13:  meet at Oh MI Organics - 109 W Higham St
November 20:  To be announced
November 27:  meet at Tiny By Design Art Studio - 315 N Clinton Ave

Click here to register today!

Independent Listeners Ages 3-6
Wednesday, November 7

*Stories   *Craft   *Snack   *Game

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Children can register to join us on Monday evenings to practice a cardio drumming routine that will be performed at our Holiday Program on Thursday, December 6.

Monday Evenings
November 5 - November 26
Ages 7-12

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Join us as we wrap up another season in the Rae Johnson Children's Garden!

We will prepare the garden for winter, and celebrate with food on the fire at this free family event.

Saturday, October 27

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Toddler Storytime

Ages 2-3 with participating adult

Wednesday Mornings
October 24-November 14
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*Stories  *Creative Movement  *Music  *Crafts  *Games

Monday, October 22

Join us for an evening of stories, games, and crafts celebrating the fall season on the farm.

*This program will be held at Lowe United Methodist Church
5485 W Lowe Rd

No library card is needed to attend this free family program

Click here to register today!

Thursday, October 18

The October selection: American Fire by Monica Hesse

This work of nonfiction true crime tries to understand what would make an auto mechanic and his girlfriend crisscross the county, setting more than 80 fires in rural Virginia. 

Copies of the book are now available.

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)

Oct. 25
Nov. 8
Dec. 13

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.

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*

RB Digital eMagazine Collection


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