Monthly Archives: June 2016

The Most Contentious Presidential Campaigns

Sometimes it feels like dirty politics is the rule when it comes to American Presidential politics.  Join us on Thursday, June 30 at 7pm for a discussion of some of the dirtiest and most bitter Presidential campaigns in our nation’s history.  Gleaves Whitney, Director of the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies, will review the defamations, [...]

Yoga Fun

On Wednesday, June 29, kids have the opportunity to try out yoga at the library! We have 2 sessions of Kids’ Yoga scheduled – one starting at 10am and one at 11am.  Teacher Abigaile Holcomb will teach both sessions.  To make sure everyone has room to move around and try out the yoga poses, we’re [...]

  • Image of a honeybee at a flower with text 'The Buzz about Bees'

What’s the Buzz?

The startling decline of the honey bee population has been at the center of lots of discussion over the past few years.  On Thursday, June 23 at 7pm, biologist and beekeeper Anne Marie Fauvel will be at the library to talk the importance of bees and the challenges they face. Bees are exceedingly important in [...]

Paddling Michigan’s College Campuses

Want to earn your degree in Riverology? Join us on Tuesday, June 21 at 6:30pm for a visit with author Doc Fletcher. Doc will guide you on a photo-illustrated tour of the rivers flowing through or nearby Michigan colleges. He wrote about these rivers in his new book Canoeing and Kayaking College Campuses in Michigan. [...]