LearningExpress Library gives you free, 24/7 access to expand your skills for success in your education and your career. Do you need help preparing for an upcoming standardized test? There are numerous practice tests and tutorials to help you with different academic tests like the GED, SAT,ACT, AP tests, the GRE, and more. There is […]
Moore’s Law states that the number of transistors and integrated circuits in computer hardware doubles about every 2 years. This means there is an almost constant exponential increase in processor speed, memory size and other functions in computers and their peripherals. The PC’s, phones and tablets we are using right now will probably be obsolete […]
Please join us on Friday, February 7th for a first-of-its-kind program at the Main Library — Music in the Stacks! Beginning at 4:00p, the Lansing-based band Wisaal will offer Middle Eastern inspired fusion music for everyone to listen to upon entering the building. If you like what you hear, get a closer look at the […]
Every year many adults resolve to eat better and exercise. Did you ever think about resolving to improve your children’s nutrition? My guess is most parents do their best in providing nutritious food options already. But what about those picky eaters? Or sometimes we all just want a snack that is relatively healthy as opposed […]
Whenever I talk with people about audiobooks, so often the first question is, “But how is the reader?” The narrator of a book can make or break an audiobook! Often (although, not always!) a book read by its author is a good bet. Here are a handful of winners:
The Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes and safe places for slaves to escape to free states or Canada during slavery in America. The network was not ran by any single organization or person but was a huge network of sympathetic people and organizations that believed in freedom for everyone. They would often […]
If you are like me you have been plowing through books this cold, snowy winter! I’m just one book away from the ten I need to finish Spilled Ink and earn a cool notebook and mug. (I already sent the vintage library postcard I earned after 5 books to my brother!) Haven’t signed up yet? […]
What’s so special about pre-reading classes at the library? We have trained and enthusiastic staff to help your child get ready to read and we know your child will learn so much each week, that’s why! These fun hour long classes include reading, writing, playing, talking and singing: Sing: We use egg shakers, bells, rhythm […]
For Taste of Soul Sunday we are presenting a program appraising African American art, artifacts, and antiques. George Bayard III of Bayard Art Consulting and Frameshop, an expert in 20th century African and African American art, will present his personal account of Black history and why these items need to be collected and preserved. To […]
“Poetry is a culture; it is an avenue for change…” Azizi Jasper “Speaking for the Unspoken” Ebony Davis, “Gemini DaPoet” Join us to share or just enjoy: Afrocentric Poetry at GRPL with Azizi and Gemini, as one of our featured programs at our 9th annual Taste of Soul Sunday, February 16, 2014. One […]
Search the Website
January 1 - March 31
March 10 @ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
March 10 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
March 10 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
March 11 @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
- Laughfest Humorous Speech Contest
- Let’s Talk!
- March Madness Library Style is Back!
- Ha Ha Ha! LaughFest and Your Library
- Could you have… Plutophobia?
View All Posts