All programs & events are intended for residents of the Fowlerville School District.
Registration is required for all programs and begins 2 weeks before the event unless otherwise stated.
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.
Winter Crafting Series
Adults. Join Cindy and Audrey as they lead you to create seasonal inspired crafts. Each session starts at 7pm. *Register in person to attend. Registration begins two weeks before each session and includes a refundable $5 cash deposit.
January 26: Wine Bottle Snowmen
Transform wine bottles into adorable snowmen.
February 23: Show yourLove on a Mug
Decorate a mug using sharpiesto create heart-shaped embellishments.
March 23: Mixed Media Fabric Bracelets
Combine fabric, wire, and beads to create a one-of-a-kind statement piece that you can wear.
April 20: Glass Mosaic Votive Holders
Use your imagination and create a mosaic that allows colored light to shine through.
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.
Thursday, March 16th
Adults. Come to the library to build your own terrarium! Everything you'll need will be provided. Also enjoy relaxing music, mandala coloring, and light refreshments.
*Register in person to attend. Registration begins March 2nd 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. The monthly topics will be announced at a later date.
Thursday, March 23rd
Thursday, April 20th
Thursday, May 18th
*To attend the entire series register in person or call 223-9089.
March 1st-April 30th
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.
Private Viewing of Jaws at the Historic Howell Theater
Saturday, March 25th at 7pm
Join friends and neighbors from across Livingston County to celebrate our 2017 Livingston Reads program with a private screening of the film Jaws at the Historic Howell Theater. This event is free and exclusive to library patrons; however, space is limited and will be determined on a first-come, first-served basis. You must present a library card from one of the six Livingston County libraries to gain entrance to the show. Food and beverages will be available for purchase at the theater.
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.