May 262015

Monday, June 8, 6:30-7:30 pm, Arthur Miller Library  

Enjoy all your spring and summer blooms bypressed flowers learning how to use pressed flowers to create delicate floral portraits with Cynthia Rindt. She will demonstrate all the techniques and provide previously pressed and dried flowers to help us create a piece of art or stationary.

Registration is required; please call 586.751.5377 to register.


May 042015

Thursday, June 11, 6 pm, Civic Center Library

ForensicAre you a fan of TV channel Investigation Discovery and shows such as Forensic Files? Are you interested in how police solve missing person cases? If so, plan on attending this program when Michigan State Police detective sergeant Sarah Krebs joins us to discuss her work as a forensic artist.

Forensic art is any art that aids in the apprehension or conviction of a criminal offender or helps identify unknown deceased persons.  Detective Krebs will  explain how her evidence-based drawings and three-dimensional reconstructions aid in the investigation of unidentified remains, the apprehension of suspects, and the resolution of missing person cases.

Please join us for this fascinating look at police work! This event will take place in the conference room outside of the Civic Center Library. To register, call 586.574.4564.


May 112015

BeerThe Warren Public Library is excited to offer a new book club! Books, Brew, & Banter will launch this summer and will meet monthly at various watering holes in Warren. A schedule of dates, venues, and books will be released later, but for now, we are looking to gauge community interest in this fun new endeavor.

Please take a moment to fill out a very brief, four question survey by clicking on the link below.

Books, Brew, & Banter Survey

Thank you for your help! Check back often for more information about Books, Brew, & Banter!

May 122015

Monday, June 15, 6 pm, Civic Center Library

Polish.Doctor.Nazi.CampsAuthor Barbara Rylko-Bauer will be joining us to discuss her 2015 Michigan Notable book A Polish Doctor in the Nazi Camps:  My Mother’s Memories of Imprisonment, Immigration and a Life Remade. 

Rylko-Bauer’s mother endured 3 Nazi concentration camps as a prisoner-doctor during World War II.  She then struggled to rebuild her life, first as a refugee doctor in Germany and later as an immigrant to the U.S.  Rylko-Bauer has produced a fascinating narrative that, not only tells her mother’s story, but also demonstrates how powerful historical forces impact individual lives.  Her writing is enriched with personal photographs, letters, archival documents and maps that combine to help us better understand World War II, the Holocaust and the struggle of immigrants in the aftermath of these tragic events.

This program will be held in the conference room next to the Civic Center Library. Registration is required for this event. Books will be available for sale and signing. Please call 586.574.4564 to register.