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Middle Grades Movie Book Club Meeting: Because of Winn Dixie

Winter 2018 Title: Because of Winn Dixie by Kate DiCamillo

One summer’s day, ten-year-old India Opal Buloni goes down to the local supermarket for some
Bone Broth and Potassium Broth Workshop

Renee Pokoj will be at the library to give us the basics and benefits of bone broth and potassium broth. These broths are said to quell inflammation, help heal, and reduce allergies
Up a Lazy River

Join us for an imaginary journey on the historic steamer Put-In-Bay traveling from Detroit to Port Huron. Occasionally, we'll take a side-trip back in time to see some lighthouses that have long since
Meditation for Beginners

In this class we will learn the basic tools for meditation. We will be using several methods to still the mind, including silent meditation, mantra meditation (using words or phrases that focus
Geocaching Workshop

Calling all treasure hunters! Geocaching is a great way to exercise your body and your brain. Join us for this hands-on workshop for modern-day treasure hunters. If you have Geocaching equipment
Moving to the Oldies - Senior Seminar

Dancing is good for you! It's great for your heart, lungs, motor skills, memory, and overall wellbeing. The Arthur Murray Dance Studio is coming to get us moving to the oldies
Mother Goose on the Loose--Monday Class

Please note that Mother Goose on the Loose begins before the library's posted regular business hours. This allows us to spread out and make some noise!

This award-winning lap-sit
Michigan Oddities and Rarities

Let us help you plan your Michigan getaway. Ron Rademacher, author of 6 travel books on Michigan’s back roads, will be at the library to talk about mysteries and legends in some of Michigan's
Small Great Things Book Club
Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult

A woman and her husband admitted to a hospital to have a baby requests that their nurse be reassigned - they are white supremacists and don't want Ruth,
Karen Dionne~Local Author

Local author and international best seller, Karen Dionne, will be here to discuss her book the Marsh King's Daughter. Come meet this local celebrity and get your book signed. A
Spiralizer Recipes

Looking for more to do with your spiralizer? Chef Fran will be here to inspire our spiral side. She'll whip up a recipe while sharing her spiralizer knowledge, and we'll all get to taste it when
Chair Yoga for Seniors

Have you been waiting for the right way to get active again? Now is your opportunity to get moving through Chair Yoga.
Michele from Pada Sukha Yoga will show you moves to improve movements
Ready Player One Book Club

In the year 2045, reality is an ugly place. The only time teenage Wade Watts really feels alive is when he's jacked into the virtual utopia known as the OASIS. Wade's devoted his life to
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Support Your Library with Kroger Rewards
  Help the Friends of the Harrison Township Public Library support the Library every time you shop! Kroger will be
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Michigan Activity Pass
Discover Michigan! Using your library card, check out a pass for one of Michigan’s cultural attractions or state parks and recreation areas!
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Macomb County is celebrating its bicentennial in a big way
Macomb County is full of fascinating historical sites to visit. In honor of our county\'s bicentennial, historical sites throughout the
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L’Anse Creuse Students: Welcome to the ConnectED Initiative
In order to ensure that the 4,000+ K-12 students in the Harrison Township Public Library’s (HTPL) service area have access
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