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January Programs & Events
Back to the Future: Family Reading and Science Workshops
Presented at the library by the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History
Preschool-Adults. Have you ever visited a museum and wondered who collected all this “stuff”? How much more is in the basement of this place? Are museum collections really relevant in today’s fast-paced technological world? These workshops will give you a glimpse into how these blasts from our past are used every day in scientific discoveries around the world. Through family friendly hands-on activities, you will explore how collected specimens are critical to current research and learn about discoveries that have been made using them.
Workshop One: For the Birds
Wednesday, January 18th @ 5:30-6:30pm
In this workshop your family will explore the museum’s Ornithology Collection. Try your hand at gathering data from actual museum specimens and learn about other ways that the birds in the collection are used to protect other birds while advancing scientific theories.
*Participation is limited. Register in person to attend. Registration begins January 4th.
Beyond the Book
Adults. Featuring books and their film adaptation. Books that do not have film adaptations will be accompanied by an author talk. Movies will begin at 6:30pm followed by discussion, and author talks will begin at 7pm. Refreshments will be served at all events.
January 19:Just Like Heaven/If Only It Were True
February 16: A Cruise to Die For(Author Talk)
March 9:Field of Dreams/Shoeless Joe
April 27:Through the Eyes of Rose (Author Talk)
*Register monthly for each group. Register in person to participate. Books will be given while supplies last.
Wine Bottle Snowmen
Thursday, January 26th at 7pm
Adults. Join Cindy and Audrey as they lead you to create seasonal inspired crafts. This month's craft: Wine Bottle Snowmen. Transform wine bottles into adorable snowmen. *Register in person to attend. Registration begins January 12th and includes a refundable $5 cash deposit.
February Programs & Events
Friday, February 10th
Teens 6th-12th Grades. Come on out to the library for an Oscar Night Celebration! We'll have a red-carpet photo shoot, vote for our favorite Oscar-nominated movies and actors, and watch an Oscar-nominated movie! Dinner and a beverage will be served.
*Registration is required and includes a 2016-2017 signed program permission form. Registration begins January 27th. Register by February 8th to attend.
Writing A Mystery Novel: Idea to Bookshelf Author Talk with Richard Baldwin
Thursday, February 16th at 7pm
Adults.Join Michigan author, Richard Baldwin, for a presentation about writing mystery novels. Rich has written over 20 books, many featuring mysteries set in Michigan locations. He will sign books and have books available to purchase after his presentation. Light refreshments will be served.
*Register in person to attend. Registration begins January 26th and includes a refundable $5 cash deposit.
Fowlerville Library Writers
Begins Wednesday, February 22nd at 2:30pm
Adults. Do you want feedback on your writing projects? Are you interested in exploring different writing exercises? If so, then join our 8-part self-ledSpring 2017 session. You are invited to bring a 1-2 page sample for feedback from the group.
*To attend the entire series, register in person or call 223-9089.Registration begins February 8th.