Livingston Reads is a “One Book, One Community” project offered by the six Livingston County libraries (Brighton, Cromaine, Fowlerville, Hamburg, Howell, and Pinckney), and is a program to encourage residents to read for enjoyment and to create community through reading.
April Programs & Events
Glass Moasic Votive Holders
Thursday, April 20th at 7pm
Adults. Join us as we conclude our Winter Crafting Series! At this craft night we’ll be using stained glass and creativity to make mosaic candle holders!
*All spaces for this program are now filled.
SuperWhoLock Fandom Party
Friday, April 21st @ 5-8pm
Teens 6th-12th Grades. Whether you're already a fan of Supernatural, Doctor Who, or Sherlock, or just want to find out why everyone else is so obsessed with these outlandish shows, this is your chance to hang out with other fans, learn what it's all about, and bask in all of your collective geekery. We will watch the first episode of each show, play trivia games, and eat pizza and popcorn (or fish fingers and custard, we haven't really decided yet ).
*Registration is required and includes a 2016-2017 signed program permission form. Registration begins April 7th. Register by April 19th to attend.
Through The Eyes of Rose Author Talk with John Kozak
Thursday, April 27th at 7pm
Adults. Meet Michigan author John Kozak as he shares his mother’s story. Through the Eyes of Rose tells the story of how Rose Kozak defied the Czechoslovakian Communists in 1949 and escaped with her children through the Bohemian Forest to freedom. John Kozak was only seven when he escaped with his mother and older sister from communist rule. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Light refreshment will be served.
*Register in person to attend. Registration begins April 6th and includes a refundable $5 cash deposit.
Once a Month Thursdays at 2:30pm
Adults. This program is brought to you by local Master Gardeners of the Fowlerville Garden Club.