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.

May 282021
 

Friday, June 25, 6-8 pm, Arthur Miller Library

The Warren Public Library is kicking off summer with an outdoor party for tweens and teens outside the Miller Branch Library.

Teens and tweens from all four library branches are invited to Party in the Park with a variety of yard games, a water blaster battle, DIY tie dye, ice cream floats, pizza, and more!

Ages 10-17. This is a parent-free, outdoor, after-hours event. Attendance is free, but registration is required. To register or for more information, please call 586.751.5377 or sign up online.

Covid safety protocols will be in place and masks will be required. Please bring a white t-shirt to tie dye. Bring a blanket or beach towel for socially distanced seating.

This meet up will take place in the Community Center Pavilion at the West soccer field near the Arthur Miller Library.

Apr 132021
 

Kits can be reserved now; pickups begin April 12

All four Warren Public Library locations have free books and a craft available for children to celebrate $mart Money MI Kids Read! Each kit will contain a money-specific craft and one or more free books. They are available while supplies last. This program is sponsored by Michigan Credit Union Foundation and Extra Credit Union.

Warren cardholders will be given priority when registering for programs. Non-residents will be placed on a waiting list and will be contacted if space is available. Register at one of the locations below.

Civic Center Library: Call 586.751.0770 to register children in grades K-5 to receive a ceramic bank with paint and free books. You can also register online.

Burnette Branch: Children ages 3-9 can pick up a free book and piggy bank craft. Call 586.353.0579 if you have any questions. No registration is required.

Busch Branch: Call 586.353.0580 to register children ages 3-9 to receive a craft, an activity sheet, and a free children’s book. You can also register online.

Miller Branch: Call 586.751.5377 to register children in grades K-3 to receive a free book and bank craft. You can also register online.

Apr 122021
 

Tuesday, April 13, 2021, 6:00 pm, Zoom

Do you have a Kindle, smartphone, or tablet? If so, plan on attending our Get to Know eBooks and OverDrive class to discover how to take the library with you on your mobile device.

You will learn how easy it is to check out, read and listen to, and return eBooks and audiobooks from the library. You will never be stuck without a great read!

Register online or call 586-751-5377. Be sure to include your email when registering – Zoom meet up info will be emailed out at noon the day of the event.

Mar 112021
 

Thursday, March 25, 6 pm, Zoom

***VIRTUAL PROGRAM***

Join Terrence Shulman on Zoom for a respectful and thought- provoking presentation about hoarding. We will learn what hoarding is and isn’t, what causes it, and how to best address and treat it. Mr. Shulman is a local attorney, social worker/addictions therapist, and author specializing in assessing, treating, and educating about hoarding.

Registration is required. Register here. Zoom meeting details will be emailed to the address you provide in your registration the day before the program. Do not share Zoom Meeting details with others.

If you have questions about using Zoom, please contact the Miller Branch of Warren Public Library before the day of the program. The phone number to the library is 586.751.5377.