Event Category: Audience: General/Family

From Reader’s Digest to the Bible, everyone agrees, “Laughter is the Best Medicine”. Laughter helps us relieve the pressure after a stressful event, helps us bond in groups, can help to reduce pain and helps us relax. Laughter is a physiological response to humor. It can be contagious. It makes us feel good. Come join […]

TALES WITH TAILS Children are invited to read to a gentle, non-judgmental therapy dog. What a fun way to help kids build confidence in their reading skills! Call 586 329-1261 or stop by the library to register your child for a 15-minute time slot to read to Bailey on these dates from 5:30 –7:00: Wednesday, […]

This fast paced lap-sit class for little ones and their caregivers includes songs, nursery rhymes, knee-bounces, and movement to help develop important pre-literacy skills. This class is appropriate for infants through preschool age. Please note that this class meets before the library’s regular business hours. No registration required. Drop in for any sessions you can […]

Recommended for children in grades K-2 who have an IRIP (Individualized Reading Instruction Plan) per the new Michigan reading law and/or need support in reading basics. Series #1:  Spring 2019. Word Play! Building a Base for Reading. This multi-week series of classes will support the building of a strong reading foundation.  We will work on […]

This fast paced lap-sit class for little ones and their caregivers includes songs, nursery rhymes, knee-bounces, and movement to help develop important pre-literacy skills. This class is appropriate for infants through preschool age. Please note that this class meets before the library’s regular business hours. No registration required. Drop in for any sessions you can […]

Stories, rhymes, music, and learning about letters–perfect for preschoolers. No pre-registration is necessary. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Please note that this class meets prior to our regular business hours. This allows us to spread out and make some noise! Spring class sessions run from April 16-May 21.

Every year, the Mutual UFO Network, the world’s largest civilian UFO research organization, compiles the best of the thousands of cases it receives every year. Come hear stunning recent accounts of unidentified aerial phenomena doing amazing maneuvers, startling people and animals alike, engaging with military aircraft, and more. Bill Konkolesky is the State Director of […]