Amy Moss

Jun 222022
 

Thursday, July 21, 6 pm, Arthur Miller Branch

Sadly, losing one’s life while tending to a Great Lakes lighthouse wasn’t an unusual occurrence. The likelihood of drowning while at sea or becoming injured while on the job ultimately leading to death were somewhat common in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Death by murder, suicide or other unnatural and tragic causes, while rare, are not unheard of.

Join Michigan author Dianna Stampfler for an amalgamation of true crime details, media coverage and historical research which brings the stories to life…despite the deaths of those featured.

Registration is required for this program. Register here. Please call 586.751.5377 with questions.

May 212022
 

Thursday, June 9, 6:00 pm, Zoom

Phil Kollin is a Louisville Certified Tourism Ambassador & Executive Bourbon Steward, and he has a lot to say about whiskey. He has things to say about whiskey’s colorful history, the fascinating process of distilling and the stories behind each bottle. And Phil wants to talk about the long journey that bourbon whiskey endured to become America’s native spirit.

This program requires registration. Register here or by calling the Arthur Miller Branch Library at 586.751.7377. Zoom meeting information will be sent out the day of the program.

Apr 142022
 

Tuesday, April 12, 6 pm, Miller Library

Five time winner of the National Morel Hunting Championship Anthony Williams will be at the Miller Library to give tips on where to find and how to pick morels.

Morels are wild mushrooms foraged from wooded areas during the spring months, usually March to June. When cooked, they have a delicate, nutty flavor. Because morels are foraged and have a short season, they can be hard to find, and when you do, they are often expensive, sometimes $20 to $30 per pound.

 Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a first time picker, you’re bound to find a new perspective to gathering the illusive morel mushroom! 

Registration is required. Register here.

Nov 102021
 

Tuesday, December 7, 6 pm, Zoom

Get some delicious new ideas for your special holiday meals! Mary Spencer from Taste: A Cook’s Place will be joining us virtually to showcase holiday appetizers. Yum yum!

Registration is required. Register Register online or call the Miller Branch at 586.751.5377. The Zoom link will be sent out the day before the event.

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Jul 012021
 

Thursday, July 22, 6 pm, Zoom

Pollinators are responsible for helping over 80% of the world’s flowering plants to reproduce. Without them, humans and wildlife wouldn’t have much to eat or look at! Join Brian, one of the founders of Bees in the D, to learn how to grow plants in your yard and garden that help benefit pollinators.

Bees in the D is a Detroit nonprofit organization dedicated to educating about the importance of pollinators and the conservation of honeybees while building a network of urban honeybee hives throughout Detroit, Southeast Michigan, and internationally in Canada.

Registration is required and will end at noon on the day of the program. Register here or call 586.751.5377.