Aug 292014
 

Monday, September 15, 6:00 pm , Civic Center Library

Original.Six.Dynasties.Detroit.Red.Wings.Duff.Book.JacketSports columnist and hockey historian Bob Duff will be at the Civic Center Library to discuss his new book Original Six Dynasties: The Detroit Red Wings. This book features outstanding photography and stories that covers the golden era of the Original Six, from 1942-1967, and features images of Detroit hockey greats like Alex Delvecchio, Ted Lindsay, Terry Sawchuk, and Gordie Howe.

Bob Duff is a sports columnist for The Windsor Star and has been an NHL columnist for MSNBC.com and Hockey Weekly. His worked has appeared in such publications as The Hockey News, Beckett Hockey, and Faceoff. He has covered the Stanley Cup finals, World Cup of Hockey, the Super Bowl, the World Series, Summer Olympic Games, the Ryder Cup,  the World Cup of Soccer and the Memorial Cup.

Please join us for an exciting look back at the history of the Detroit Red Wings and the golden age of the National Hockey League. Books will be available to be purchased and signed at this event. Registration is required. To register, please call 586-574-4564.

Aug 232014
 
Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band by Kwame Alexander Family Fun Night: Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band

Monday, September 15, 6:30pm, Arthur Miller Library

Cool blues and hot jazz combine in a toe-tapping celebration of jazz, friendship, and pure enjoyment! Every year, the Library of Michigan chooses a great picture book to share with people at schools and libraries around the state. This year’s pick is Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band by Kwame Alexander, illustrated by Tim Bowers. Join us for a fun evening with crafts, games, and of course a read-aloud of this swinging story, plus: some feathered friends from the Cockadoodle Doo Chicken Show!

Registration is appreciated, but drop-ins are fully welcome. Please call (586) 751-5377 to reserve your family’s spot

MASK: Family Game DayGame Day

Thursday, September 18, 6:30pm, Arthur Miller Library

Come on in to the library for an evening of old-fashioned fun! Challenge family and friends to play your favorite games, or learn a brand new one! We will have several favorite games available, but please feel free to bring one of your own!

This very special MASK program is open to kids of all ages and their parents. Registration is appreciated, but drop-ins are fully welcome. Please call (586) 751-5377 to reserve your family’s spot. Please note the later time for this program.

Aug 282014
 

Thursday, September 18, 6:00 pm , Civic Center Library

Healthier.Gluten.FreeJoin as we again welcome Lisa Howard, author of the Cultured Cook blog, to the Civic Center Library. This time, she is here as a cookbook author and will be discussing her new book Healthier Gluten-Free: All-Natural Whole-Grain Recipes Made with Healthy Ingredients and Zero Fillers.

Lisa Howard  is a recipe developer, food writer, cooking instructor, and culinary speaker whose passion is helping people understand the health aspects of food while also embracing the creative, fun side of being in the kitchen. She speaks and teaches at community centers and libraries nationwide, and writes for Clean Eating magazine and other culinary and health publications.

We hope you will join us to discover how delicious eating gluten-free can be! Books will be available to be purchased and signed at this event. Registration is required, please call 586.574.4564 . Refreshments will be served.

Sep 112014
 

Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band by Kwame Alexander Tuesday, September 23, 11:00 am , Civic Center Library

Join us for a very special preschool program at the Civic Center Library as we celebrate the Michigan Reads! program.  Michigan Reads! is an annual early literacy program focused on a featured book. For 2014, it is Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band by author Kwame Alexander and illustrator Tim Bowers.

Illustrator Tim Bowers will be visiting the library for a special program as he presents Acoustic Rooster! In Acoustic Rooster, after realizing he can’t win the barnyard talent contest as a solo act with such fierce competition, a rooster with a love for jazz looks to help from other animals. A quartet with an unbelievable sound is created, with their ability to work together in this book with rhyming text, references to key American musicians, and vivid illustrations. The story, the focus on making music together, and the wonderful colors and characters all bring children together as they learn to make their own music.

Don’t miss your chance to meet Tim Bowers and hear the story of Acoustic Rooster! All ages are welcome. To register, please call 586-751-0770. Books will be available to be purchased and signed at this event.