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Rock Plantings

Is your garden in need of a little something extra? Or maybe you want to get creative with your gardening? On Tuesday, June 26 at 7pm, Anita Buckowing demonstrates how you can create unique rock plantings with just a few tools, a feather rock and an assortment of plants. The combination will result in a one-of-a-kind feature [...]

Motorsports Photos and the Stories Behind Them

Calling all sports car fans: join Charlie Steen, co-founder of Sports Car Club of America, to see his collection of prints by famous motorsports photographer Pete Lyons and hear the stories behind the photos. Get the inside track about famous sports cars and the men who raced them. Charlie Steen will be at the library on Thursday, [...]

More Energy Efficient

We are very happy to announce that we reduced our energy consumption by 9.56% throughout last year, which placed us 2nd in the 2018 Battle of the Buildings in our category! We have made numerous changes to our building within the last 4 years that have made a big difference to our energy usage! You [...]

National Library Week

National Library Week is April 8-14 this year with the theme Libraries Lead. Where have libraries led you? To a new favorite series? To new research epiphanies? To new connections and programs? What else do we get to lead you to? We love to provide space for displays of children’s artwork as well as public meetings and community [...]

Teen Canvas & Candy

Looking for something fun and creative to do after school? Come by the library on Thursday, April 19 at 4pm to paint miniature masterpieces on tiny canvases! Candy, paint and canvases will be provided. This program is for ages 10-18.

Author Visit: Karen Dionne

Come to the library on Wednesday, May 16 at 7pm, for a presentation and book signing by Michigan Notable author Karen Dionne. Karen is the author of the international best-selling psychological suspense novel The Marsh King's Daughter. She has been honored by the Michigan Humanities Council as a Humanities Scholar for her body of work. [...]

Cutting the Cable Cord

Are you considering cutting the cable TV cord? Come to the library to learn about all of the alternatives to paying for a cable TV subscription.  There’s a variety of online content providers that allow you to stream television and movies on demand. On Friday, May 11 at 10am, we’ll be discussing what you need to take advantage of [...]

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Cancer Therapy Advancements

Interested in learning how cancer is being combated? Rachael Sheridan, Ph.D. will be at the library on Wednesday, April 11, at 7pm to share the latest information about cancer therapies. She is the manager of the Flow Cytometry Core Facility at the Van Andel Research Institute.

Spring Is Coming

Are you ready to start this year’s garden? Join us on Tuesday, March 27 at 7pm for cutting-edge gardening advice about preparing your landscape for the season ahead.  Horticulturalist and author Stacey Hirvela of Spring Meadow Nursery will talk to us about how to get the most out of your garden including: Recognizing cold damage [...]

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Fine Amnesty Week

Some of us have amazing memories for due dates and deadlines.  Some of us…maybe aren’t as talented in that regard.  If you fall into the latter category, never fear!  All those late fines that have sneaked their way onto your card? You can take care of them during Fine Amnesty at the library. How does [...]