Adult Programs

Virtual Program Recordings

The Secrets of Fall Migration presented by Bill Rapai

If you missed this informative presentation, you may view the recording here.
Bird migration is both mysterious and apparent.  Nobody knows why some birds fly thousands of miles from Central and South America to raise their young in North American woods every summer and then fly back for winter.  Bill Rapai will tell you how birds migrate, when to expect certain species, and offers factoids on many of the birds you will see.  Besides being the author of a book on the Kirtland’s Warbler, he is president of Grosse Pointe Audubon.

Tidying Up: The KonMari Method with Kate Sood

If you missed this presentation, you may view the recording here.  
Join Kate Sood, a certified consultant in the KonMari Method for a "neat" evening program. (The KonMari Method is based on the TV show "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo".)  Kate will help you find ways to create an organized and serene home.  In April 2018, Kate attended the KonMari consultant training seminar to become the only certified KonMari Consultant in Michigan.  Now she will help you create a peaceful space and organize anything! 

Pollinator's Garden presented by Brian Peterson of
"Bees in the D" 

If you missed this fascinating presentation, you may view the recording here.  
In this presentation you will learn about some plants that are best to grow in your gardens to help attract, and ultimately benefit, pollinators.  Participants will also be introduced to a wide array of bee species and pollinators, as well as their benefits and importance to not only our ecosystem, but also to our food industry.

Presenter Brian Peterson-Roest is a fifth grade teacher, adjunct professor at Oakland University and the co-founder and president of Bees in the D, a non-profit organization devoted to the education and conservation of Honey Bees and other pollinators in Detroit and Southeast Michigan. 

Page Turners' Book Club

The second Tuesday of the month
1:00 p.m.
Temporarily meeting online. If you are interested in joining, please call the library 231-972-8315.

Are you interested in reading a variety of literature?  Do you enjoy discussing literary works?  If so, this is the group for you!  New members are always welcome.

2020 Book Selections

September 8 - Pachinko by Lee
October 13 - All the Kings' Men by Warren
November 10 - The Good Neighbor by King
December 8 - Treasure Island by Stevenson

Technology Classes

During the library's temporary closure, please call 231-972-8315 for technology assistance.
Free personalized computer classes are available at the library by appointment at 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.  Topics include Overdrive (eBooks), Basic Internet, Basic Email, Microsoft Office (Word, Publisher, Excel, PowerPoint, Google, Craigslist, Smartphones, and more.  For more information or to schedule a class, please email or call 972-8315.

Technology Services Open Hours

During the library's temporary closure, please call 231-972-8315 for technology assistance.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays

12:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Do you have questions about:

  • Using email
  • Using the Internet
  • Getting library books on a Kindle or Nook
  • Connecting your device to WiFi
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Using Google
  • Using Craigslist
  • Using a Smartphone
  • or anything else computer related?

Technical assistance is available without an appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.

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