Cyndi Knecht

Feb 092018

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Monday, February 26, 6 pm, Civic Center Library

During the endless winter nights of Michigan long ago, the French settlers had to find ways to entertain themselves.  Genot “White Elk” Picor, with the help of a fiddler, recreates a French winter celebration.  Prepare to hoot, holler, clap, laugh aloud and join in the festivities during an evening of storytelling and music.  Ages 6 to Adult.  Registration is requested for this event.  Register online, in person, or call 586- 574-4564.

Feb 092018

Tuesday, February 20, 6 pm, Civic Center Library

2-16-18: Registration for this program is currently full.

Guest artist Len Lukomski will introduce attendees to the art of sketching. Materials will be provided, and space is limited for this free program. Registration is required to attend. Register online, in person, or call 586-574-4564.

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Sunday, February 11, 2 pm, Civic Center Library

The Warren Civic Center Library invites you to enjoy an hour-long jazz concert, featuring the Phillip J. Hale Jazz Trio.  Come celebrate Detroit’s rich jazz and blues heritage with these talented musicians.  Admission is free and all ages are welcome.  Brought to you by the Jazz Foundation of America.  Registration is requested – register online, in person, or by calling 586-574-4564.

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Thursday, February 8, 6 pm, Civic Center Library

Product DetailsMeet local author and retired librarian Evelyn Millstein as she discusses her book The Underground Railroad: A Movement That Changed America.  She illustrates how the brave actions of those coordinating the Railroad helped abolish slavery in the United States. The book, published independently in 2015, is  just one part of Millstein’s lifelong advocacy for expanding and strengthening coverage of African-American history in our schools.  Registration is requested – register online, in person, or call 586-574-4564.

Jan 252018

Wednesday, February 7, 6 pm, Civic Center Library

Come and get a close look at how the doughboys of World War I were equipped, and how the equipment of the Army would change to meet the needs of World War II, as well as the conflicts of the Cold War in Korea and Vietnam. Registration required.  Register online or  call 586-574-4564.