Beautifully Wrapped Photography Exhibit
First Floor Lobby
Fashion, art, and culture combine in a stunning photo collection curated by anthropologist Zarinah El-Amin Naeem. For more information about this exhibit and its curator, click here.
It’s Back! Mark your calendars !
Saturday, October 21 | 10am–4pm
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CDL Top 5 is back!!
Help the library make this Family Feud style game great by answering the questions for the rounds below!
Don’t forget to join us Thursday, November 9th at 7pm in the Rumpus Room at Jet’s Pizza!
Looking to spruce up your front door? Why pay top dollar for
decorating when you can create a professional-looking wreath for free at the
library! Each participant will create a stunning autumn grapevine wreath using
We emphasize developing basic digital skills with not only laptops, but tablets and other mobile devices. Training is also available for library services like Overdrive eBooks, Zinio digital magazines, Consumer Reports and other databases and how to effectively use the Library’s new Enterprise online catalog. This program is aimed at educating users rather than computer repair.
Please register in advance through our online event calendar, calling or by visiting the library. Registration is very important so that our volunteers can prepare for your questions.
Lastly, if you cannot attend a session please call the library at 734-475-8732 x 503 and leave a message, we would appreciate it.
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.
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.
Join us for Halloween stories, songs, and crafts for the youngest spooks. Come in costume and we’ll hunt for treats throughout the library!
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 Keegan at 734-475-8732, ext. 218.