Adults. Do you want feedback on your projects? Are you interested in exploring different writing exercises? If so, the join us for our Spring 2015 Session. No group April 8th.
*Register to attend at the library or call 223-9089.
Rum-Running & Bootleggers:
Thursday, March 5th at 7:00
Adults. Join published author and local historian, Marion Cornett, as she presents her novel "Juniper and Anise" and our local connections to rum-running and bootleggers during prohibition. There will be a book signing included after the presentation.
*Register to attend. Registration opens February 19th.
Reading with Spring Babies
Wednesday, Mar 11th at 5:30
Kids K-5th grades. Welcome spring to the library by reading with baby animals!
*Register in person at the library to attend. Registration begins February 25th.
Prohibition and the Wine Industry:
Thursday, March 12th at 7:00
Adults 21 & over. Join Deb and Dave Burgdorf of Burgdorf's Winery for a wine tasting. Learn about wine production and how Prohibition affects the current wine industry.
Please bring your ID the night of the program. *Limited registration. Register in person. There is a $5 refundable cash deposit payable at time of registration. Registration opens February 26th.
Adult Technology Classes @ the Library
Taught or supported by Central Michigan Consulting of Michigan
Registration is limited and must be done in-person at the library. There is a $5 refundable deposit per class payable in cash at the time of registration.
Registration for classes is open.
Intro to Microsoft Word: Tuesday, March 10th 2-3:30
Participants will get an overview of Microsoft Word 2010, create a simple document, correct spelling, adjust margins, save, print, and open files. *Must have Computer Basics training or familiarity with basic computer functions.
Intro to eBay: Tuesday, March 31st 2-3:30
Learn to create an eBay account! Participants will learn the basics of buying and selling on the largest Internet auction site on the web.*Must have Intermediate Internet training or familiarity using the Internet.
Saturday, Mar 14th at 11am
Join our partner, U of M Museum of Natural History, at the library for fun science workshops all about BRAINS!
• Workshop 3: Mixed Signals
These workshops are hands-on learning experiences for children AND their parents/caregivers to do together.
*Limited seating. Register in person at the library to attend.
Bitter Brew Book Discussion:
March 19th at 6:30 Light refreshments will be served.
From the back flap: Stretching across three centuries...is the engrossing, often scandalous saga of one of the wealth- iest and most colorful dynasties in American commerce: the Busch family of St. Louis, Missouri, the founders of the legendary Anheuser-Busch company... paints a fascinating portrait of immense wealth and power accompanied by scandal, heartbreak, tragedy, and untimely death. A cautionary tale of prosperity, hubris, and loss, Bitter Brew is also a revealing chronicle of American progress and decline over the past 150 years.
4.5 star average review on Amazon.com
*Register to attend. Registration begins Thursday, March 5th.
If I Stay Event:
Friday, Mar 20th 5-8
Teens 6th-12th grades. Celebrate this much-loved book and movie with the library! We will watch the movie and do some related activities. Pizza, pop, and snacks will be served.
*Register by March 18th to attend.
Spring Gardening Series
Thursdays Once a Month at 2:30
Adults.This program is brought to you by local Master Gardeners of the Fowlerville Garden Club.
March 26: Fitness & Gardening (bring a towel)
April 30: Survival Plant I.D. & Wild Edibles
May 28: Herbs, Their Lores & Uses
*Register to attend. Registration opens March 12th.