Monthly Archives: July 2016

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Ups and Downs of Lake Michigan Fishing

What’s in the future of fishing Lake Michigan? The decline of Chinook salmon has been well-documented in the media, but does that mean the best years of catching these fish are over?  On Thursday, July 28 at 7pm, join Dr. Dan O’Keefe to talk about what the coming years hold for Lake Michigan fishing. Dr. [...]

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Just for Teens!

Kids 10-18 have a summer of fun planned for them at the library!  Those entering Grades 5-12 are invited to sign up for our Tweens & Teens (T2) Reading Club.  They’ll get to choose from a special ‘big kid friendly’ list of prizes for completing their reading cards.  Prizes will include earbuds, books, glow necklaces, [...]

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Introducing the Muskegon Risers

Western Michigan has its very own men’s professional soccer team – the Muskegon Risers! Come to the library on Thursday, July 21 at noon to meet some of the players, learn about playing professional soccer, and ask questions about their skills and backgrounds. Do you want to be a professional soccer player one day? Get [...]

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Michigan and Amelia Earhart

Did you know the famous pilot Amelia Earhart visited Michigan more than 25 times as she promoted aviation and opportunities for women?  She even landed at Muskegon County Airport once. On Thursday, July 21 at 6:30pm, visit the library to learn more about her life. Did you know the famous pilot Amelia Earhart visited Michigan [...]

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Garden Club for Kids: Wild Things

Before the Tri-Cities Garden Club Flower Show, kids aged 3-12 have a chance to learn about flower arranging and make their very own arrangement under the guidance of the Garden Club! The kids’ event is on Tuesday, July 12 at 10am, and the arrangements will be available for viewing through the Flower Show. Kids 3-6 [...]

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Hear from the Candidates

Before casting your vote in the August primary or the November general election, visit the library on Wednesday, July 20 at 6:30pm to hear directly from the candidates for the 89th District House seat. You’ll be able to listen to their positions and ask questions to learn about their vision for representing you in the [...]