Event Category: Audience: Adults

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 event on Wednesday, September 27 at 7 pm includes a talk providing history of the early breweries in downtown Detroit and on the […]

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. Registration required. Register by phone (586)329-1261, *protected email*, by visiting the library in person, or by completing the form below: Online […]

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 your own. Open to everyone 12 years or older. Registration required. Register by phone (586)329-1261, *protected email*, by visiting the […]

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 Yoga Infusion will strengthen, stretch, tone your body, in a new and fun way. Registration required. Register by phone (586)329-1261, *protected email*, by […]

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, but may not be suitable for small children. All children must be accompanied by an adult. […]

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 be in the library parking lot to help securely dispose of old bills and forms. Participants will be allowed to shred […]

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. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration required. Register by phone (586)329-1261, *protected email*, by visiting the library in person, or by completing […]

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 better understand the traditions behind modern practices. Registration required. Register by phone (586)329-1261, *protected email*, by visiting the library in person, […]

For more than two hundred years, the Owens women had been blamed for everything that went wrong in their Massachusetts town. And Gillian and Sally endured that fate as well; as children, the sisters were outsiders. Their elderly aunts almost seemed to encourage the whispers of witchery, but all Gillian and Sally wanted was to […]