Library News

TRACES: German POWs in the Midwest, 1943-46

The TRACES Bus-eum exhibit, German POWs in the Midwest, is in our parking lot today. Learn about the 380,000 German soldiers, their treatment, and the American friends they made during the Second World War. You can also watch a 20 minute documentary in the bus's built-in theater. This free exhibit is open from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. and also from 4 - 7 p.m. Handicap parking available.

May 24, 2011
New Adult Graphic Novels Collection

The Library now has a small (but growing) adult graphic novel collection.  Titles include Stephen King's Dark Tower series, Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake and many others.  There are also non-fiction titles available.  All items are located at the beginning of the adult fiction section.

May 23, 2011
New Location for Special Collections

We have finished some rearranging and shifting of the adult fiction area.  At the beginning of the fiction section you will now find the ESL, foreign language fiction, and the adult graphic novel collections.  The large print collection has been spaced so it is easier to find items.

May 22, 2011
Summer Hours Start with Memorial Day Weekend

The library will be closed Saturday-Monday, May 28-31 for the Memorial Day weekend.  The library will then be closed on Sundays until after Labor Day.

May 14, 2011
Free Comic Book Day

Saturday, May 7th is Free Comic Book Day. Come in for a free comic from A-Z Cards & Comics in Garden City and meet Denver Brubaker, author of the comic Tales of a Checkered Man. Receive drawing tips on your own comics and a personalized sketchcard from Denver- he's here speaking at the library at 1pm that day. Sign up onine here or by calling 734-326-6123. Intended for children and teens in grades 5-12. Comics available while supplies last.

May 4, 2011
Seeking Teen Volunteers for the Summer

Will you be entering 9th grade or above in the fall? Do you like kids and reading? The Children’s Department is currently seeking teen volunteers to help for our Summer Reading Program, One World, Many Stories. Interested volunteers are asked to commit to two or more hours per week doing a variety of tasks. This is a great opportunity to earn service hours for your school or community organization while you have free time during the summer! Applications are available in the library or online here; please check out the application for more information and return completed applications to the Children’s Desk.

May 1, 2011

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