Mar 222016
 

Friday, April 8, 6:30 pm, Civic Center Library eye

Author Alex Tarnavsky spent 25 years researching the assassination of John F. Kennedy. In his fictionalized account of the assassination, Masters of Deceityou will experience the mystery of an event that continues to cause controversy to this day. Join us for a discussion, book signing, and a small reception. This event is sponsored by The Ukrainian National Women’s League, Branch 96.

Please register here or call 586-574-4564.

Feb 052016
 

Thursday, March 3, 6 pm, Civic Center Library, Twain Room

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The Michigan Humanities Council 2015-2016 Great Michigan Read is Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel. Station Eleven is the story of a troupe of Shakespearean actors traveling the shores of the Great Lakes in post-apocalyptic Michigan. Read the book and join us for a lively discussion! Copies are available at the Civic Center Library Circulation desk.  Space is limited.

Register here or call 586-574-4564.

Jan 042016
 

Saturday, January 9, 11 pm, Miller Branch Library
Saturday, January 9, 2 pm, Burnette Branch Library

Seuss.What.Pet.Should.I.GetIn honor of the release of Dr. Seuss’ new book, What Pet Should I Get?,  we will present a special reading of the book. We will also welcome a local emergency veterinarian to discuss which animals would make good pets and which animals would not. Attendees are encouraged to bring in pictures of their own pets to help decorate the library. Finally, there will be a drawing held and the winner will receive a copy of the book. Please see library staff to learn how you can be entered in the contest.

Registration is required. To register, please call 586-751-5377 for Miller or  586-758-2115 for Burnette.

Dec 072015
 

Friday, December 11, 12 pm – 4 pm

BooksOn Friday, December 11 the Barnes & Noble Bookstore at 396 John R (across from Oakland Mall – click here for map) is hosting a bookfair for the Warren Public Library! We encourage all to stop by Barnes & Noble  and mention the bookfair – a percentage of your Barnes & Noble purchases will benefit the library.

Special events include crafts for children and Gingerbread Man story times at 1 pm and 3 pm!

Can’t make the bookfair? You can still support the library online from December 11 – December 16 by making a purchase through  Barnes & Noble’s website at http://barnesandnoble.com. On the payment screen, click the Apply Bookfair ID link and enter 11696432.

Thank you for your support – we hope to see you at our Barnes & Noble bookfair!