Jul 172017
 

Friday, August 4, 6-9 pm, Arthur Miller Library

Ever play the board game Mouse Trap? That’s a type of Rube Goldberg Machine!

To celebrate the end of summer reading, teens are welcome to join us at the Warren Public Library’s Summer Finale Lock-in at the Miller Branch to build one themselves. Teens will have free run of the library after hours to build Rube Goldberg-like chain reaction machines with items provided by Thumble Makerspace. They will supply tubes, tracks, Q-Ba Maze marble run, and their box of bots & props to help create amazing contraptions that will do…something!

Ages 12-17. This is a parent-free, after hours event. Pizza, pop, and snacks will be served.

Registration is required, please register here or call 586.751.5377.

Jul 062017
 

Thursday, July 20, 6 pm, Arthur Miller Library

The Detroit Historical Society presents Detroit ’67: Myth of the Model City. This program explores both the lead up to and the uprising of 1967. Understanding what led to the uprising is imperative to understanding the  unrest. Additionally, this lecture will seek to dispel the many myths that surround ’67.

This program will be held in Conference Room A (Room 203) of the Warren Community Center.

Registration is required. Register here or call 586.751.5377.

May 262017
 

Thursdays, June 22 – July 27, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Arthur Miller Branch

Do you want to cook more healthful meals and save money?

Cooking Matters! is a 6 week cooking course provided through Gleaners Food Bank. They will teach you how to cook healthy meals on a limited budget and help you on your way to a great new habit!

NOTE: Attendees must commit to all 6 classes and no repeats from previous Cooking Matters! classes.

Register here or call 586.751.5377. Note: This program will be held in the Warren Community Center Cafeteria (room 420) down the hall from the Miller Library.

May 182017
 

Tuesday, June 6, 6 pm, Arthur Miller Library

Since its release in 1967, the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band has often been regarded as the single greatest rock album ever made, and one of the first rock concept albums.

Join professional Beatles’ scholar Aaron Krereowicz for a multimedia presentation discussing the landmark album, citing musical and historical precedents, and illustrating how songs developed through excerpts from interviews with the band members and clips of discarded takes.

This program will be held in Conference Room A (room 203) of the Warren Community Center.

Registration is required. To register, click here or call 586.751.5377.