Participate in our community exhibit for Day of the Dead. Apply to build an altar honoring a deceased loved one.
Kids in grades 2-5, do you like to build and create things? This week we will be Exploring Architecture on Thursday, September 8 at 6:30 pm, Main Library, storytime room, level 2. We will use graph paper to plan a structure. Assorted recycled materials and plenty of tape will be available for building.
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Join us Tuesday, September 13th at 7 p.m. to hear literary and public historian Veta Smith Tucker as she discusses her recently published work, A Fluid Frontier: Slavery, Resistance, and the Underground Railroad in the Detroit River Borderland. The Detroit River corridor was an important aspect of the underground railroad movement, as fugitive slaves fled […]
Meet the author of The Midnight Plan of the Repo Man on Tuesday, August 23.
The special guest this week for the library’s Summer Reading Challenge is Baffling Bill the Magician and his amazing bunny Gus! Baffling Bill will amaze with illusion, comedy and more! He will teach you feats of magic and provide you with an amazing bag of tricks that you can take home and perform for friends […]
Due to the heat, this event will now be held at Main Library. Join us Saturday, July 23 at 7:00 pm.
Drumming in the library?! YES! Come join the “Drummunity” circle, with percussionist Lori Fithian. She brings the drums, you get to play them! Grab your whole family and get in the Drummunity groove! She’ll show us how to play, sing and dance to the community beat with rhythm games, songs and fun for all ages. […]
Do you need a safe space to connect with others about events happening around the nation? Black Women Connect, an affinity group, with The Chamber of Commerce will be holding a pop-up discussion and reflection about race relations and violence in our country. This event is open to all members of the community and will be held on […]
There’s something fascinating about submarines. Maybe the shark like aura– gliding through the ocean depths until they hit their prey in a devastating attack. Keith Gill will be at the Main Library Tuesday, July 12 at 7:00 pm, revealing some of the secrets of the German U-Boats. Keith is the former curator of the U-505 […]