Lisa Martin

Oct 282022

Celebrate all things Dinosaur during DiNovember at Warren Civic Center Library! The library has three fun and educational events during the month of November for dino fans to enjoy.

Children in grades K-3 can join us on Wednesday, November 2 from 6-7 pm to kick-off DiNovember with some fun dinosaur-specific activities. Register online or by calling 586.751.0770.

Children ages 3-11 can visit us on Saturday, November 12 from 2-3 pm for an interactive presentation by Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve. Children will see and touch some actual fossils and check out some model dinosaur bones. Register online or by calling 586.751.0770.

Children ages 2-5 can stop on Tuesday, November 22 at 10 am for a Dinosaur Storytime and Egg Hunt. We will hear dinosaur stories and songs, followed by a dino egg hunt and craft. Register online or by calling 586.751.0770.

All children will be added to our wait list and registered if space allows. Warren residents accepted first.

Aug 252022

Wednesdays, September 14 – November 16, 2022, 5:00 – 6:00 pm, Civic Center Library

Children of all ages can read to a certified therapy dog. The PAWS program welcomes new and struggling readers to read to a therapy dog. The goal is to provide a non-judgmental atmosphere in which kids can read without correction or interruption and learn not just to read, but to love reading as well.

Oct 292022

Wednesday, November 9, 2022 6:00 – 7:00 pm, Civic Center Library Garden

Children in grades K-5 can join us to view the night sky outdoors in the garden using a telescope. The Warren Astronomical Society will present information about space and provide a telescope for a safe viewing experience. We will be viewing Jupiter, Saturn and the moon. Weather permitting.

Warren residents will be given priority when registering for programs. Call 586-751-0770 or register online.

Aug 232022

Civic Center Library

The Warren Civic Center Library is relaunching Babies ❤️ Books, with expanded kits!

The kits are available for families who live in Warren, with children from birth to age three. The kits are based on the Library of Michigan’s Ready to Read program and will focus on Talk, Sing, Read, Write and Play. They are designed to help develop early literacy skills and instill a love of reading for the very young. Included in each kit are two board books, scarves, finger puppets, song and rhyme sheets with ideas for parents and caregivers to incorporate the activities to help develop early literacy skills. Families who return a brief survey included with the kit will be eligible for a second kit, with all new books and activities. The second round of kits will be available after Labor Day.

This project was made possible in part by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.