Tuesday, November 3 is election day! Get clear, accurate, unbiased voting information from your library! Click here for our special Voter Resource page.
The CDL staff are dedicated to providing accurate information about COVID-19, as well as fun resources to keep busy in this period of social distancing. We miss our community, but will make every effort to stay in touch while the library is closed via the website, virtual programs, eNewsletters, video updates, and social media.
It’s hangout time on Zoom! Kids in grades 3-5 can sign up to log in and chat with friends while doing an informal activity. A librarian will always be present in the Zoom “room” during the program, but the kids run the show!
Nov. 2 — Build It! Find your LEGOS, Magna Tiles, or whatever you happen to have lying around and build while chatting with your friends.Nov 16 — Puppets! Make puppets with your friends, using kits you can request from the library or materials you have at home.Dec. 7 — Holiday Cards — Make holiday cards for friends and family.Dec. 21 — TBDJan. 4 — TBDJan. 18 — TBDFeb. 1 — TBD
Meet your next favorite book! Twice a month, Youth Librarian Miss Jessica will share a few of her favorite books, new and old, for independent readers. Book Talk Tuesdays will feature special guests from the Chelsea community, including Chelsea teachers! These books will be of interest for readers ages 8-12 and available in a variety of formats, including ebooks. Find Book Talk Tuesday videos on the library’s Virtual Programming page and CDL Facebook page.
Find your inner zen! Miss Chris from Breathe Yoga will share a story and lead participants in a playful, interactive yoga practice. Stretch, relax, and have fun exploring movement and stories in a new way!
Join us to discuss Recursion by Blake Crouch. Call the Circulation Desk at 734-475-8732 x200 to place a copy of the book on hold. You will receive the Zoom login code the week of the meeting.
The decade that started with Camelot and ended with Woodstock also brought us some choice food! Pop Tarts, Doritos, and Gatorade made the scene. Many were jazzed to pig out on fondue, sparkling Jello molds, and Ambrosia cake. Join certified pastry chef and owner of Lakehouse Bakery Keegan Rodgers and local writer/historian Patti Smith as they take you through the grooviest decade and the foods the cool kids were hip to! In partnership with The Lakehouse Bakery.