Saturday, May 30, 2015
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Michigan Activity Pass (MAP)

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This year the Park and Read (Big Green Gym) program has merged with MAP and Library users can obtain passes to Michigan’s state parks, state recreation areas, state forest campgrounds, and state historic sites! The Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) program is presented by The Library Network in partnership between Michigan’s public libraries and 370 arts and cultural organizations, state parks and recreation areas. ... Read More »

Senior Symposium

May 6 – Out on the Town: Drinking and Dining in Detroit Since 1920.  Explore the gathering places of Detroit, from the speakeasies of the 20′s, the neighborhood bars of the 30′s and 40′s, the jazz clubs and the nightclubs of the 50′s and 60′s to the finer culinary locations of the 70′s with Tracy Irwin, Director of Exhibitions & ... Read More »

4th Monday Book Group

The 4th Monday Book Discussion group at the Woods Branch will meet on June 22.   We will discuss The Good Lord Bird by James McBride. Register on the online calendar. Read More »

Story Time

WINTER STORY TIME January 19 - March 19, 2015 Registration is required and begins Monday, January 5, 2015. BABY TIME: Ages Birth to 23 months — Parent or caregiver must attend — Please make arrangements for older siblings TODDLER TIME: Ages 2 – 31/2 years — Parent or caregiver must attend — Please make arrangements for older siblings STORY TIME: Ages 2 – ... Read More »

Mommy Pop-Ins

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Bring your coffee, meet other parents and grandparents while your tots play and interact with each other. This is a free play time where we provide the toys and materials and you supervise. Every Thursday 10:00am – Noon Woods Branch No registration required. Read More »

Reader Dog Program

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Reading Buddies Always Enjoy a Good Book! Assistance dogs are seen everywhere in grocery stores, retail outlets, hospitals, schools and libraries; yes, even in libraries. The use of trained therapy dogs in reading programs provide children who feel uncomfortable reading out loud in front of teachers, parents and peers into more confident readers. Furry reading buddies are gentle, do not ... Read More »