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Monday, August 28, 2017


3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harry Potter Club


Location:  Meeting Room B
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian or Megan Rapp-Frye / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



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Harry Potter Club!  All Potterheads and Dumbledorks in grades 7-12 are invited!  The club meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 3:15 p.m.

Get to know other fans and appreciate all things Harry.  



6:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Color Puzzle Challenge


Location:  Tecumseh District Library, Meeting Room A-1
Contact:  Megan Rapp-Frye / (517) 423-2238 / mrappfrye@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:   


Looking for a friendly competition to win prizes, meet people, and use your creativity? Join us at the Tecumseh District Library for the “Color Puzzle Challenge”! Registered adults will be divided into teams to compete against one another. Whichever team puts their white puzzle together first will win the mystery prizes. Once the prizes have been given out, participants can continue to socialize and color the completed puzzle. Finished colored puzzles will be saved to use for the puzzle table in the library, so prepare to show off your artistic skills! The challenge is on Monday, August 28th from 6:00 pm – 7:45 pm. Please call the library at (517) 423-2238 to register for this FREE program.

 




Tuesday, August 29, 2017


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Scenic Art Trail Tour


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Take a guided tour of the Art Trail Tecumseh’s Sculpture Exhibit with the City of Tecumseh’s Economic Development Director Paula Holtz.  Learn more about the Art Trail, which is a Downtown Development Authority (DDA) project and made possible with the funding through the DDA and the Sage Foundation.  Don’t miss this opportunity to explore modern art with family, friends and other members of the community.

The tour begins at 7 p.m. in the Herrick Garden, which is located in front of the library.

 





Thursday, September 7, 2017


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Seasons on the Kiwanis Trail


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:   

Find out how to identify spring, summer, and fall plants, both native and invasive, that can be seen along Adrian’s Kiwanis Trail with Dr. Janet Salzwedel, professor of biology at Adrian College.  Learn about Indian hemp dogbane, turtlehead, autumn olive, wild cucumber, marsh violet and other local plants.
 
Dr. Salzwedel received a master's degree in plant diseases from North Carolina State University and a doctorate at Michigan State University, where she studied nitrogen-fixing bacteria and how they are beneficial to plants. That led to two years in research at the U. S. Department of Agriculture's Beltsville Agricultural Research Center in Maryland. She is also involved in research at the Center for Drug Design and Development (CD3) at the University of Toledo’s College of Pharmacy. During the summer and fall of 2016, she inventoried the plants along both sides of the Kiwanis Trail. 

 





Monday, September 11, 2017


6:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Calming Colors Club


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Megan Rapp-Frye / (517) 423-2239 / mrappfrye@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
Due to Labor Day, Coloring club will be pushed back to 9/11. Thank you!

The Tecumseh District Library Calming Colors Club meets the first monday every month from 6 pm- 7:45 pm. We supply the adult level coloring pages and colored pencils. You just bring your creativity. Feel free to bring snacks for yourself or for the group, and you can also bring a drink with a lid to enjoy. This club is for adults only please as it is a time to relax and unwind. We try to change it every month so you never know what you're going to get!

If you ever buy a coloring book that wasn't quite what you're looking for, we accept donations! Please leave it at the front desk for Megan. Also, if you want to show off your personal books or finished pages, please bring them to the meeting. We love seeing what you've accomplished.




Tuesday, September 12, 2017


10:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Fall Holiday Craft Make and Take Program


Location:  Imagination Station on the Main Floor
Contact:  Lorrie Parker / 517-423-2238 / lparker@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
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AFTER SCHOOL FALL HOLIDAY CRAFTS PROGRAM
FOR THIRD AND FOURTH GRADERS!

 
Registration for this Craft Program begins today.  You may choose to attend the Wednesday, October 4th class or the Thursday, October 5th class.  Both classes will meet from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in Imagination Station! Registration is required and begins on Tuesday, September 12, 2017.  Click HERE for more information.


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Gardening with Plants from Biblical Times


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  


 

Discover the plants of the Bible that are able to grow in Midwestern gardens and landscapes today with Paul Pfeifer, Managing Director of Hidden Lake Gardens.  We will also note where various trees, shrubs, flowers, vines, and food-bearing plants of today are mentioned in the Bible as well as how these plants were used during Biblical times.






Wednesday, September 13, 2017


3:00 PM - 4:15 PM    Paint By Sticker for Teens!


Location:  Teen Area
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



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Create a masterpiece doing Sticker by Numbers using precut and colorful stickers.

All the materials are provided for this free program.  You may want to bring tweezers for the smaller more challenging pieces.  

In the Teen Section!





Thursday, September 14, 2017


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Singing and Dancing with Cat Canyon


Location:  Tecumseh Senior Center, 703 E. Chicago Blvd.
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



Enjoy a late summer concert with local singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Cat Canyon, who performs heartfelt renditions of original and cover songs from the 1900’s to contemporary.  Be ready to move around, sing along and have fun with traditional tunes that we know and love.

Canyon performs hundreds of shows a year, including wineries, restaurants, festivals, private parties, corporate events, senior facilities and more.  

Sponsored with Tecumseh Senior Center.
 


 


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Laura Haviland: Abolitionist, Educator & More


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Learn about the influence Laura Haviland had on the rest of the country in her crusade to end slavery, educate African-Americans, and enfranchise all races and sexes with author Sheryl White, who wrote the historical novel—Underground Angel.  White's interest in Haviland began as she lived and taught in Haviland, Kansas, a town named after the Adrian native. She wrote her dissertation on Laura Haviland and her legacy of the town of Haviland.
 





Monday, September 18, 2017


6:00 PM - 7:45 PM    Card Stamping


Location:  Tecumseh District Library, Meeting Room A-1
Contact:  Megan Rapp-Frye / (517) 423-2238 / mrappfrye@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Come join us for a night of fun at the Tecumseh District Library! Under the expert tutelage of Laurie Krauss from Stampin’ Up, we will be making five different all occasion cards. This adults only class is Monday, September 18th from 6 pm – 7:45 pm in downstairs Meeting Room A-1. Registration is required and the class will be limited to 20 people. An $8 supply fee is due at the time of registration, no refunds will be issued. We hope to see you there!  Please call (517) 423-2238 for more information.
 




Tuesday, September 19, 2017


6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Snoozeville - A Pajama Story Time


Location:  Imagination Station in the Children's Section
Contact:  Mary Beth Reasoner, Children's Librarian / 517-423-2238 / mbreasoner@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
SNOOZEVILLE - A PAJAMA STORY TIME
Registration begins Saturday, September 2nd!
Story Times are designed for three-year-olds through second graders.
Mrs. Reasoner will share both new and classic stories, fingerplays, poems, and songs.


Click HERE for full details!




Wednesday, September 20, 2017


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Book Bingo


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Play bingo to win books and other prizes, have fun and make new friends. All adults are welcome to play.
 


3:00 PM - 4:15 PM    Pool Noodle Lollipops


Location:  Teen Area
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

 
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Make a giant lollipop with our left over pool noodle supply.  
  We'll supply all the materials for this free program.  

In the Teen Area!





Thursday, September 21, 2017


6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Nature's Recyclers


Location:  Tecumseh District LIbrary
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

While meeting live roaches, rodents and a turkey vulture with the Leslie Science & Nature Center staff, you will learn the important role that scavengers and decomposers play in our everyday lives.  Meeting these underappreciated recyclers will prove to be an experience that you will not forget.

Registration begins Friday, September 1st.

 





Monday, September 25, 2017


3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harry Potter Club


Location:  Meeting Room B
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian or Megan Rapp-Frye / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



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Harry Potter Club!  All Potterheads and Dumbledorks in grades 7-12 are invited!  The club meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 3:15 p.m.

Get to know other fans and appreciate all things Harry.  





Tuesday, September 26, 2017


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Author Kristin Meekhof


Location:  Lower level
Contact:  Lorrie Parker / 517-423-2238 / lparker@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

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Meet Kristin Meekhof, author of A Widow's Guide to healing.When Kristin Meekhof lost her husband to cancer, she discovered what all widows learn: the moment you lose your partner, you must make crucial decisions that will impact the rest of your life. But where do you begin? This inspiring book shows grieving widows what to expect and how to deal with the challenges of losing a life partner. 
 
Follow Kristin Meekhof on her journey at FacebookTwitterbook &  her website 
 Kristin's work has appeared in Organic Spa magazine, Huffington Post, Maria Shriver, The Shriver ReportIntentThe Elephant JournalPsychology Today, ESME. She is honored to be a part of the book: Live Happy: Ten Practices for Choosing Joy (Harper Elixir, March 2016). Kristin has been seen in USA TodayReader's Digest, Inc.Redbook Magazine, Yahoo Health with Katie Couric, American Greetings, Success Magazine, The Chicago TribuneHuffington Post LIVE, Refinery 29, US News & World Report, and Spirituality and HealthMagazine podcast.
Kristin is a licensed master's level social worker, spoke at the 2017 Harvard Medical School's writing conference and at the United Nations headquarters.
 

Books will be available to purchase for $15.
This program is free and open to the public.

Ms. Meekhof's appearance is sponsored by the Friends of Tecumseh District Library.





Sunday, October 1, 2017


1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    International Game Day Celebration with Book Bingo


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



Join hundreds of libraries throughout the country for the tenth annual celebration of gaming in libraries – International Games Day @ your library.  Bring your entire family and play your favorite board games, such as Monopoly, Clue and Pokemon cards.  If you would like, bring some of your favorite games from home to play with others.
 
Play Book Bingo at 1:30 p.m.  Besides getting a book each time you win, you will be entered into the drawing for a $25 gift card to JR’s Hometown Grill and Pub.  The lucky winner will be drawn at 2:30 p.m.  
 
International Games Day @ your library is a national initiative supported by the American Library Association. 

 





Tuesday, October 3, 2017


6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    Detroit: Rebuilding a City and a Home


Location:  Tecumseh Plywood, 2800 W. Chicago Blvd.
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-228 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Learn about author Drew Philp’s experiences rebuilding his abandoned house in Detroit from the foundation to the roof.  Discover some the challenges that he faced, such as living without electricity, keeping warm with a woodstove and protecting himself from intruders.  Get a glimpse into the rich history of Detroit.

Copies of his book, A $500 House: Rebuilding an Abandoned Home and American City, will be available for purchase and signing from 5:30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Sponsored with Tecumseh Plywood






Wednesday, October 4, 2017


4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Fall Holiday Craft Make and Take Program


Location:  Imagination Station on the Main Floor
Contact:  Lorrie Parker / 517-423-2238 / lparker@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
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AFTER SCHOOL FALL HOLIDAY CRAFTS PROGRAM
FOR THIRD AND FOURTH GRADERS!

 
You may choose to attend the Wednesday, October 4th class or the Thursday, October 5th class.  Both classes will meet from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in Imagination Station! Registration is required and begins on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Call 517-423-2238 or click HERE to register.




Thursday, October 5, 2017


4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Fall Holiday Craft Make and Take Program


Location:  Imagination Station on the Main Floor
Contact:  Lorrie Parker / 517-423-2238 / lparker@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
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AFTER SCHOOL FALL HOLIDAY CRAFTS PROGRAM
FOR THIRD AND FOURTH GRADERS
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Option 2: You may choose to attend today, Thursday, October 5th from 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. in Imagination Station! Registration is required and begins on Tuesday, September 12, 2017. Call 517-423-2238 or click HERE to register.




Tuesday, October 10, 2017


6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Paper Clay Masks: With a SteamPunk Twist


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
 
 
Find out how to use paper clay to create a 3D SteamPunk style Halloween mask with local artist Mathew Sowers!  Learn how to use paper clay, how to utilize a variety of objects, both created and found, to complete your mask.  A variety of techniques will be introduced for you to finish the surface of your personalized mask to your individual liking.

Sponsored with the Clinton Arts Center.

Materials fee is $25.

Registration begins Monday, September 18th.


 

 





Wednesday, October 11, 2017


3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Design Your Own Mug


Location:  Teen Area
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



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TEENS!
Store bought mugs not quite your style?  Design your own mug!
In the Teen Area!
FREE!





Monday, October 16, 2017


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Seed Art 101: Expressions of Creativity


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  


Learn how to use basic materials: seeds, boards and glue in order to make a picture with Sheryl Moll, 4-H Program Coordinator.

The cost of the class is $3.  All supplies will be provided.

Registration begins Monday, September 18th.

Sponsored with the Lenawee County 4-H.







Tuesday, October 17, 2017


6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Shenanigans - A Halloween Story Time


Location:  Imagination Station in the Children's Section
Contact:  Mary Beth Reasoner, Children's Librarian / 517-423-2238 / mbreasoner@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
SHENANIGANS - A HALLOWEEN STORY TIME
Registration begins Saturday, September 2nd!

Story Times are designed for three-year-olds through second graders.
Mrs. Reasoner will share both new and classic stories, fingerplays, poems, and songs.


Click HERE for full details!




Wednesday, October 18, 2017


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Book Bingo


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  


Play bingo to win books and other prizes, have fun and make new friends. All adults are welcome to play.




Saturday, October 21, 2017


1:30 PM - 2:00 PM    MUSIC MOVES ME


Location:  Lower level in Meeting Room A
Contact:  Mary Beth Reasoner, Children's Librarian / 517-423-2238 / mbreasoner@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

A Free 30-minute program for 2-year-olds through 6-year-olds and their caregivers featuring short solo selections
by musicians from the 
Adrian Symphony Orchestra.

Caryn Sieler, a music and movement specialist 
and owner of Lenawee’s Heart & Soul,
will be leading the programs with interactive themes
which include rhymes, songs and picture books

that encourage children to sing, clap, move and listen carefully.

STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS!


 






Monday, October 23, 2017


3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harry Potter Club


Location:  Meeting Room B
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian or Megan Rapp-Frye / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



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Harry Potter Club!  All Potterheads and Dumbledorks in grades 7-12 are invited!  The club meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 3:15 p.m.

Get to know other fans and appreciate all things Harry.  



7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Civil War: Michigan Landmarks


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Explore Michigan's rich collection of Civil War monuments, markers, forts, cemeteries, reenactments, museums and exhibits with David Ingall, author of Michigan Civil War Landmarks.  Discover how General George A. Custer and the famed Michigan Cavalry Brigade “saved the Union.”  Visit the chair that President Lincoln was assassinated in at Ford’s Theater, and view the grave of the last African-American Union veteran.

David Ingall is the former assistant director of the Monroe County Historical Museum and was the chairman of the monument dedication ceremony for the Monroe County Civil War Fallen Soldier’s Memorial. He is a sought-after Civil War speaker and tour guide. He’s a member of the Civil War Trust, Monroe County Civil War Round Table, and many other prestigious organizations.

 
Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing.  

Sponsored with the Austin Blair Auxiliary of Jackson and the Nash-Hodges Auxiliary of Blissfield. 





Tuesday, October 24, 2017


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Author Tom Carr


Location:  Lower level
Contact:  Lorrie Parker / 517-423-2238 / lparker@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
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Meet Tom Carr, author of Blood on the Mitten

Tom Carr is an independent writer and journalist in Northern Michigan who spent 25 years in daily newspapers, primarily the Traverse City Record-Eagle. He’s won journalistic awards for his investigative reporting, feature writing, breaking news and his humor columns. Carr often covered courts and crime, including a perplexing murder case in Kalkaska County featured in Blood on the Mitten and involving the violent rape and murder in which DNA evidence was ignored by authorities for nearly 20 years. As a freelancer, Carr has branched out into other media and has reported and produced many stories for Interlochen Public Radio and has had his work broadcast on NPR and Michigan Radio, as well. His work has appeared in the Detroit Free Press, the New York Daily News, traverseticker.com, Traverse Magazine and others.Michigan writer Tom Carr traveled all over the state compiling stories of notorious crimes for his book, “Blood on the Mitten: Infamous Michigan Murders 1700s to Present” .

 

In Blood on the Mitten, crimes of passion, crimes of necessity and cold, calculated evil take on flesh, bones and blood. These 57 illustrated, read-out loud tales from across time also look at the historical context of murder, in Michigan and beyond.

Books will be available for purchase.
This program is free and open to the public

Mr. Carr's appearance is sponsored by the Friends of Tecumseh District Library.






Wednesday, October 25, 2017


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    "Michigan's First Big House: The Jackson Prison"


Location:  Tecumseh Senior Center, 703 E. Chicago Blvd.
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  


Explore the intriguing tales of prison life, crime, corruption, colorful inmates, wardens, night-keepers and reforms with historian Judy Gail Krasnow, author of Jacktown.  Find out about solitary confinement and types of punishment meted out to those who dared to disobey.  Discover the past mini-city of factories and farms as Michigan’s First State Prison grew into the largest walled prison in the world. Learn about the 1952 and 1981 riots at the State Prison of Southern Michigan. 

Sponsored with the Tecumseh Senior Center.



 



3:00 PM - 4:15 PM    Glittering Gourds


Location:  Teen Area
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
 


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Join us in the Teen area while we craft some glittering gourds!

Decorate a gourd using thumb tacks and your imagination!

We'll supply all the materials for this free program.

They make great gourd-geous additions to any Halloween display!

TEENS ONLY!





Thursday, October 26, 2017


7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Ghosts, Spirits & More


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
Ohio Researchers of Banded Spirits is a paranormal team whose work has been featured on Animal Planet’s series “The Haunted,” Biography Channel’s “My Ghost Story” and History Channel’s series “Haunted History.” They will discuss everything about the paranormal research such as how they got started, places throughout the United States that are haunted, equipment used in the field, the different spirits they've encountered, and how to conduct your own investigation.
 
 
 





Tuesday, November 7, 2017


7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tecumseh: Historical Overview 1860 to Present


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



Get a brief overview of the rich history of Tecumseh from 1860 to present.  Learn about memorable local businesses, such as Clark’s Meat Market in the Witherell Building.  Find out about Military Square, Brookside Cemetery and other historical landmarks.  Copies of Tecumseh: Images of the Past from the collection of Ashley E. Chase with Linda Hewlett and Kerry Hamilton Smith will be available for purchase and signing.  
 
 





Wednesday, November 8, 2017


3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Holiday Stress Balls


Location:  Teen Area
Contact:  Anne Keller / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

 
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Teens!  Avoid the stress of the upcoming holidays by making your own stress ball using ordinary household products.  We'll supply all the materials for this free program.  





Thursday, November 9, 2017


7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Creating Lasting Memories: A Memory Book Class


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Learn how to create a memory book that tells your own story with local artist Jill Shaffer. Use writing, drawing, painting, and/or collage to make a new artistic creation that will help you to preserve and share special memories.

All materials will be provided; in addition, you are welcome to bring any of your own photographs, letters, or other mementos you may wish to use.  The materials fee is $10.

Registration begins Monday, October 9th.





Wednesday, November 15, 2017


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Book Bingo


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Play bingo to win books and other prizes, have fun and make new friends. All adults are welcome to play.


3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Scratch Offs! Teens!


Location:  Teen Area
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:   
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These exquisite designs are now in scratch form, with multicolor backgrounds that spring to life when you scratch off the white lines.

Create stunning one-of-a-kind pieces.

FREE!





Tuesday, November 21, 2017


6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Harvest of Friendship - A Thankgiving Story Time


Location:  Imagination Station in the Children's Section
Contact:  Mary Beth Reasoner, Children's Librarian / 517-423-2238 / mbreasoner@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
HARVEST OF FRIENDSHIP - A THANKSGIVING STORY TIME
Registration begins Saturday, September 2nd!

Story Times are designed for three-year-olds through second graders.
Mrs. Reasoner will share both new and classic stories, fingerplays, poems, and songs.


Click HERE for full details!




Monday, November 27, 2017


3:15 PM - 4:30 PM    Harry Potter Club


Location:  Meeting Room B
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian or Megan Rapp-Frye / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  



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Harry Potter Club!  All Potterheads and Dumbledorks in grades 7-12 are invited!  The club meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 3:15 p.m.

Get to know other fans and appreciate all things Harry.  





Wednesday, December 6, 2017


1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Book Bingo


Location:  Tecumseh District Library
Contact:  Chuck Harpst, Reference/Local History Librarian / (517) 423-2238 / charpst@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

Play bingo to win books and other prizes, have fun and make new friends. All adults are welcome to play.
 


3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Book Angels


Location:  Teen Section
Contact:  Anne Keller, Teen Services Librarian / 423-2238 / akeller@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  




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Book Angel Craft 
Recycle old books to make book angels
TEENS!
Just in time for the holidays





Tuesday, December 19, 2017


6:45 PM - 7:30 PM    Stockingful of Joy - A Holiday Story Time


Location:  Imagination Station in the Children's Section
Contact:  Mary Beth Reasoner, Children's Librarian / 517-423-2238 / mbreasoner@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  
STOCKINGFUL OF JOY - A HOLIDAY STORY TIME
Registration begins Saturday, September 2nd!

Story Times are designed for three-year-olds through second graders.
Mrs. Reasoner will share both new and classic stories, fingerplays, poems, and songs.


Click HERE for full details!




Saturday, April 21, 2018


1:30 PM - 2:00 PM    MUSIC MOVES ME


Location:  Lower level in Meeting Room A
Contact:  Mary Beth Reasoner, Children's Librarian / 517-423-2238 / mbreasoner@tecumsehlibrary.org
Description:  

A Free 30-minute program for 2-year-olds through 6-year-olds and their caregivers featuring short solo selections
by musicians from the 
Adrian Symphony Orchestra.

Caryn Sieler, a music and movement specialist 
and owner of Lenawee’s Heart & Soul,
will be leading the programs with interactive themes
which include rhymes, songs and picture books

that encourage children to sing, clap, move and listen carefully.

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