John Robertson

Dec 022014
 

marketing~~element54We are very happy to announce that Freegal has been added to our electronic resource offerings. With Freegal, you can stream music, as well as download up to 5 songs a week. The downloaded songs are in the MP3 format, and are not checked out: they are yours to keep! Freegal offers over 7 million songs, including Sony Music’s catalog of artists. There is no software to download, and downloaded songs are DRM (digital rights management) free. All you need is your Warren Public Library card!

Go to this website to get started using Freegal! For detailed instructions on how to use Freegal, click here.

Feb 202015
 

Sunday, March 1, 3:30 pm, Civic Center Library

via How I See Life on flickr

via How I See Life on flickr

Established in 1991, the Detroit Handbell Ensemble is an ambassador for the art of ringing and performing with musical excellence and includes members who are musicians, educators, and business professionals from across southeastern Michigan.  Past performances include Noël Night in downtown Detroit, as guest performers with the Ypsilanti Symphony Orchestra, and on the concert series of many churches and libraries. Hailed internationally for his innovative work, the Ensemble‘s director, Dr. Michael Burkhardt, and his fellow musicians are sure to amaze you. You can also check them out at www.detroithandbellensemble.org. We hope you can join us for this unique concert experience!

This event will take place in the conference room outside of the Civic Center Library. To register, call 586.574.4564.

 

Jan 292015
 

Update (1-30-15): Holds are now working correctly through our online catalog.

When placing holds through our online catalog you may be encountering an error message that says “No items qualified for hold”:

Place.Holds.Error

This is a bug with our online catalog, and is being looked into. Should you encounter this error message, please call any Warren Public Library location and library staff can place your hold. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to have this situation resolved soon.

Dec 262014
 

Thursday, January 15, 6:00 pm, Civic Center Library

Lin.KlaassenAccording to ancient Chinese face reading principles, each part of the face corresponds directly to a part or area of the body.  Our bodies try to talk to us through our faces, telling us what the body needs and the challenges it is facing.  All we have to do is read the messages our faces present to us.

Join us when Lin Klaassen, one of the Midwest’s leading face reading practitioners, returns to the Civic Center Library to us the basics of this fascinating subject.  Ms. Klaassen is a business, jury, relationship, and poker consultant with clients in over 17 countries.

This event will take place in the conference room outside of the Civic Center Library. To register, call 586.574.4564.