Each kit contains of all the supplies you'll need to transform a mason jar into a lantern, perfect for summer evenings outside! Patrons need to be Chelsea library card holders in order to register. One kit per household, please.
Please select a date to pick up your kit beginning on August 6th.
The workplace should be a welcoming environment for every employee, but it isn't always simple to achieve a culture of inclusivity. CDL and the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce invite business owners, employers, and the general public to join us for a presentation on how to promote DEI in your workplace. Learn about some of the practices that were used at the St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital, and how to apply them in your own business and life.
St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital will share why having a deliberate focus on creating a culture that embraces diversity by recognizing the uniqueness of individuals, communities, groups and their perspectives and experiences is critical for optimal organizational performance. SJMC believes that optimal organization performance can only be achieved if a conscious and deliberate effort is present to continuously work towards the creation of an accepting and nurturing work climate where similarities and differences are respected, supported and valued. SJMC is on a journey to create an environment where an individual's authentic self is welcomed and celebrated.
In Partnership with the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce and St. Joseph Mercy Chelsea Hospital
Nancy K. GraebnerPresidentSt. Joseph Mercy Chelsea
Rev. Kathy SchellDirector of Mission ServicesSt. Joseph Mercy Chelsea
Tonia SchemerChief Human Resources OfficerAnn Arbor, Livingston, ChelseaSaint Joseph Mercy Health System
Curious about playing Dungeons and Dragons with family and friends? Join Dungeon Master Mark as he weaves a terrific tale of adventure that's fun for the whole family.
This is a D&D 5th edition game, and kids should pair with a parent for the actual play via Zoom; each family that registers will receive a kit with characters, dice, and instructions.
Please note that this is a summer-long program and you must commit to all dates. (June 16, July 14, August 18)
Explore the depths of Northern Lake Michigan looking for lost ships and missing aircraft. Dive down to Lake Michigan's newest shipwreck find and wander through the Manitou Passage, the most dangerous place in Lake Michigan!
Learn all about author and shipwreck hunter Ross Richardson's discovery of the Jarvis Lord Shipwreck. This program will run an hour with a Q&A session with Ross afterward.
Ross Richardson is the author of two books, The Search for the Westmoreland: Lake Michigan’s Treasure Shipwreck and Still Missing: Rethinking the D.B. Cooper Case and Other Mysterious Unsolved Disappearances. He's a trained technical SCUBA diver and has been involved in the discovery, identification, and documentation of numerous Lake Michigan shipwrecks.