The library may be closed, but we are brainstorming ideas on how to bring you virtual programs until we can open our doors safely. Some of these program ideas will be aimed specifically at teens and tweens, and some will be great for any age. Please click on events you or your child or teen may be interested in attending online. You can also add your own idea for a virtual program you would like to attend. If you add your own idea, please include a target age group as well. This poll will be active through Monday, April 6.
rsday, March 19, 6:30pm, Maybelle Burnette Branch
The entire family is invited to come to the Maybelle Burnette Branch for an evening of board gaming fun! Board games and playing cards will be provided.
Call 586.353.0579 to register.
Saturday, March 21, 10:00 am, Maybelle Burnette Branch
Interested in genealogy and want to discover more about your past? Join us for this informative workshop as we show you how to use free resources available from the Warren Public Library to help you in researching your family tree!
Register today by calling 586-353-0579 or click below to register online.
Tuesday, March 10, 6:30 pm, Civic Center Library
Macomb County Community College will present a program that is designed to help parents and students understand more about the college process and how to prepare for college while still in high school. Topics to be discussed include career investigation, college discovery, and how to use resources that are available to high school and junior high students and parents to plan for the steps beyond high school.
Families are encouraged to attend this program. It will be held in the Conference Room located outside the library in Warren City Hall. Register online or call 586.574.4564.
Thursday, March 5, 6 pm, Civic Center Library
Are 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 as we welcome back Michigan State Police Lieutenant Sarah Krebs 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. Register online or call 586.574.4564.