Chelsea District Library is seeking energetic, creative, organized, and engaging individuals to fill two positions! Interviews begin this month for a Substitute Librarian and Head of Marketing. Click here for job descriptions, requirements, and application links.
Chelsea District Library’s popular winter reading game is back! From Jan. 6–Feb. 28 all ages are welcome to review books on the board on the second floor of the library. Click here for game details and to register.
The 2020 Washtenaw Read is here! Join the county-wide discussion of Jose Antonio Vargas’s compelling memoir, Dear America: Notes of an Undocumented Citizen. Copies are available for checkout on the second floor.
***Non-Library Program*** This meeting is for all interested area
machine knitters. There will be a short introduction followed by a
discussion of machine knitting techniques and the technique of the month;
a Show & Share of machine knit projects; upcoming machine knitting
seminars; future club meeting dates; and charity knitting projects. For
information, please contact: Julie Boylan at email@example.com or
This MLK Day, learn how you can make a difference in your community through grassroots social activism initiatives. Jessica Ayoub from the American Civil Liberties Union will discuss current initiatives at the ACLU, and how you can get involved right here in Chelsea. Move beyond commenting on social media and learn how you can be a true change agent!
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.
Want to participate in a book club but don’t have a lot of extra time? Check-out Busy People’s Book Club, CDL’s new group that meets every other month on the third Tuesday. Enjoy reading books of all genres that are 300 pages or less. This group meets in the library’s new large study room upstairs.
The Chelsea District Library Board of Trustees meets the third Tuesday of each month in the library meeting room at 6:45 p.m.