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Registration Deadline for Middle Grades Movie Book Club: How to Eat Fried Worms

Our Movie Book Club is recommended for children in grades 4-8. Register for the club by Friday, Sept. 30 to receive a free copy of the
Pumpkin Decorating

Join us for a pumpkin decorating session with resident library crafting extraordinaire Rachel Bertolini. This craft is geared toward a general audience, but may be too complex for small children.
Tales with Tails: Read to Bailey

Appropriate for children in elementary and middle school.

Children are invited sign-up ahead of time for a 15-minute session to read to a certified therapy dog. This program
Drum Circle

Join us for a drum circle. Drumming is fun! It also increases self-confidence, decreases anxiety and promotes physical healing. We'll have drums and other sound toys on-hand for you to try or you can bring
Mourning Matters

Mourning Matters is a program that focuses on the history of mourning and funeral culture. Kim Parr from the Crocker House will guide us through the history of mourning and death practices, so we'll
Crafting for a Cause

Clean out those closets and bring your old t-shirts to create tug toys for shelter dogs! One t-shirt makes one toy. Larger-sized adult t-shirts work best. Scissors and instructions will be provided.
Pilates Yoga Infusion

Mix your workout up with a combination of Pilates and yoga workout.
This exercise routine combines the core stabilization and movement of Pilates with the traditional poses and flow of yoga. Pilates
Origami Workshop

Join us for an Origami Workshop. We'll learn the basics of origami and do a project ourselves. While this workshop is geared toward a general audience, it may not be suitable for small children.
Detroit Beer with Local Author Stephen Johnson

Join us for a history talk featuring Stephen Johnson the author of "Detroit Beer - A History of Brewing in the Motor City" and owner of Motor City Brew Tours. This free
Tuesday's Titles - Handmaid's Tale Book Club
Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid's Tale is not only a radical and brilliant departure for Margaret Atwood, it is a novel of such power that the reader will
Zombie Workshop

Master the art of the undead with this Zombie Workshop. Jessica from Lozen Designs will be here to teach us everything we need to know to be the best zombies we can be. This is a family friendly event,
Community Shred Event

The Harrison Township Public Library will host a Community Shred Event on Saturday, October 14 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Have old documents you wish to dispose of safely? A shredding truck will
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Digital Downloads

We offer a variety of digital resources for our patrons. Click on the logo to access eBooks from Overdrive, digital magazines from RBdigital (formerly Zinio), or free downloadable music from Freegal. For even more resources, click here.

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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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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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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