Come to the library on Thursday, June 2 to learn about previously unnoticed Grand Rapids women from the 1910s
It’s not officially Summer just yet, but on May 30 registration for our 2016 Summer Reading Challenge opens! Summer Reading is one of my favorite times of the year at the library because there’s a constant flow of fun programs, amazing book suggestions and an amplified excitement about reading throughout the buildings. This year our […]
There are several new additions to the Main Library’s Books By the Stack collection. These ‘Book Club’ copies check out for six weeks instead of three, making them ideal for groups reading together as well as individuals looking for a leisurely summer read! Fiction Printable List of All Titles
Summer’s here and it is time to put the top down and go for a drive. Get your vehicle in tip top shape with the help of Chilton Library. This free online resource give you the detailed information you need to tackle vehicle maintenance and repair. Some popular features of Chilton Library include: Maintenance and […]
May is officially Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, as designated by Congress in 1978. GRPL has a pretty extensive collection of fiction and nonfiction by Asian American authors on a variety of topics. I just started The Vegetarian, by Han Kang, a debut novel about a woman who gives up eating meat after she begins to […]
Madison Square, Ottawa Hills, Van Belkum, and West Side are also closed on Saturday, May 28.
Are you a current 6th, 7th, or 8th grade student looking for something fun to do this summer? Check Out our Teen [Tech]Knowledgey Camp! This is a free 4-day camp where you will get your hands on a Kindle HD6 and increase your [tech]knowledge by creating a robot. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Parent/guardian […]
Join us Wednesday, May 25 to hear author and political analyst Jack Lessenberry discuss his new Michigan Notable book.
What’s so special about pre-reading storytime classes at the Grand Rapids Public Library? They are free, they are fun, and we know your child will learn so much! Our knowledgeable staff help plant the seeds of reading long before your child enters school. Each week these fun programs include reading, writing, playing, talking and singing: […]
Kids! Come play music with us on Tuesday, May 17 at 6:30 pm.
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- Hoopla for Kids
- Baffling Bill the Magician (PLUS Gus the Bunny!)
- Learn to Play Soccer
- Location change: Shakespeare in the Park
- Drumming in the library!
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