Join Hether Jonna Freyer (the Fresh Food Fairy) on Wednesday, May 29th at 5:30 pm. Learn to make Mason Jar Instant Noodle Soups that are the perfect on-the-go lunch for school, work, or anything else you've got going on in your busy day. They are packed full of raw veggies, quick-cook noodles & shredded chicken (can also be made vegan)! During this program, participants will learn different ways to customize these Mason Jar Instant Noodles by adding different seasonal vegetables, herbs, and even adding different flavorings like fish sauce or miso paste. Registration is required for this free event and begins on May 13th on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited.
Adult Craft: Thursday, May 16th @ 6 pm. Happy Our Art Canvas Painting! Happy Our
Art will be here for a guided-canvas painting. Registration is required for this free event and
begins on April 29th on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited.
Community Yard Sale: Saturday June 8, 2019, 9-2 p.m. Start planning now to participate in or attend the Community Yard Sale hosted on the Library Grounds. Sellers may purchase a 10x10 space for $5.00, due at registration. To reserve your space, please stop by the library starting May 13th. Tables, chairs and change are not available; you must bring your own. *Multiple spaces can be purchased for a larger sale area* No food items, please. 30 spaces available. Spaces are not available inside the library. Vendor’s choice to set up if weather is poor.
Michigan Activity Pass
Michigan library patrons can get into Michigan's more than 230 state parks, historic sites, forest campgrounds, recreation areas for free, receive a personalized tour or get a discount in museum shop.
Homebound Delivery Services
Residents are to be considered homebound if they have a condition (due to illness or injury) that restricts their ability to leave their place of residence, except with the aid of a supportive device such as crutches, canes, wheelchairs, and walkers, the use of special transportation, the assistance of another person or if leaving home is medically contraindicated. In most circumstances, if a resident drives, he/she would not be considered homebound.
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