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Sensory Storytime

Saturday, Feb. 24
11am–12pm
Drop-in

Ages 3–8
McKune Room

This storytime is geared toward children who have a hard time in large groups, are on the autism spectrum, or have other developmental delays. Read more…

New York Times Best-selling Author to Visit South Meadows Students!

Michael Buckley, author of  The Sisters Grim series, will be visiting South Meadows students for writing workshops during CDL’s 2018 Authors in Chelsea scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13 & 14, 2018. (more…)

How Do RMDs Impact Your Retirement Plan?

What You Need to Know About Retired Minimum Distributions
Wednesday, Feb. 28
7–8:30pm
Registration Required
Join us for an informative class led by Patrick Shope and learn  how to make your retirement income last!

Mo’ Easy

Sunday, Feb. 18 
2–3pm | Drop-in
Jet’s Pizza — Rumpus Room
510 N Main St.

New Orleans’ inspired music.  Click here for details.

Be Someone’s Valentine

Food & More for Fines Drive
February 12–18, 2018
Donate and earn up to $10 toward your fines from overdue items! All donations will benefit the Chelsea Faith in Action Pantry.

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2017 State and Federal 1040 tax forms have begun arriving at the library and are located on the 2nd floor next to the elevator. For more information about available tax forms or links to online versions, click here.


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Sonic Sundays is back for its 7th Season!
See who’s on this year’s lineup!


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Join in this year’s conversation!
Book Display on CDL’s 2nd Floor


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CDL’s NEW Winter Reading Program!
Click here to register and start wining prizes!
Adults, High School, and Middle School students welcome to participate!


Feb
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Sonic Sunday: Mo’ Easy @ Jet's Pizza
Feb 18 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Join us for this Sonic Sunday hosted in the Rumpus Room located at 510 N. Main St.

Featuring music inspired by New Orleans’ where the rich ethnic and cultural makeup set the stage for development and evolution of many distinctive traditions. A new style of music came out of New Orleans after World War II. Prominent musicians such as Fats Domino, Professor Long Hair and Chris Kenner helped shape what was first widely known as “rhythm and blues”. Here’s a sample what you will hear form Mo’ Easy- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3qhxE5z9xRI

Feb
19
Mon
Closed for Presidents Day @ Chelsea District Library
Feb 19 @ 12:00 am – Feb 19 @ 11:59 pm
Feb
20
Tue
Babytime @ Chelsea District Library at McKune Room
Feb 20 @ 10:30 am – 11:15 am

Play an important and powerful role in shaping the early learning experiences of your child! Babytime is the perfect place to socialize and learn important skills with your baby or toddler. We’ll be singing songs, doing bouncy rhymes, learning some “baby signing” and reading along to fun board books in the first half of this program. In the second half, the toys come out! While the babies play (and learn to share!), caregivers have a chance to socialize and exchange information.In order for all children to participate and have a successful experience, please let us know if your child has any special needs that we can accommodate. Call Edith at 734-475-8732, ext. 213.

Children’s American Sign Language Class @ Chelsea District Library at McKune Room
Feb 20 @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

American Sign Language for beginners. Learn ASL through games, books, music and more. Students will learn ASL vocabulary, grammar, and culture. Each week, students will be given homework in order to progress in their knowledge of vocabulary pertaining to their likes and dislikes, hobbies, families, friends, and school. Classes will be geared towards 6-9 year-olds, but all are welcome.

Library Board Meeting @ Chelsea District Library at McKune Room
Feb 20 @ 6:45 pm – Feb 20 @ 9:00 pm

The Chelsea District Library Board of Trustees meets the third Tuesday of each month in the library meeting room at 6:45 p.m.

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