All March Events
for supporting Library events!
Parent Appreciation Day Saturday, Mar 10, 1-4pm (Room A/B)
Celebrate Parenting Awareness Month with the Merry Music Maker. Free family concert at 11am, door prizes, parenting displays, storytelling. Free books for ages 1-5. Drop in. All ages.
The Hunger Games
is the title for the 2012 Livingston Reads
project, and the Library has a great lineup of programs to support it! To register, visit the Information Desk or call 810-229-6571, ext 227.
Cooking with Chef Cathy
Wednesday, Mar 14, 7-8:15pm (Room A/B)
Join Chef Cathy as she teaches you to create healthy dishes using whole food ingredients. Registration is limited. Register now.
Make-Up Tips and Tricks with Marina
Sunday, Mar 18, 2-3:30pm (Room A/B)
Join Marina Greenlee, owner of DolledUp Make-Up Studio and Lash Bar in Brighton, as she provides tips and tricks for proper make-up application and selection. Participants can volunteer to model different make-up techniques and colors.
Registration begins Mar 4.
Adult Book Discussion Group
Monday, Mar 19, 7-8:30pm (Conference Room)
Join us as we discuss this month's book selection, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Additional copies may be available at the circulation desk or can be ordered though our shared catalog system. Drop-in.
Hunger Games Book vs. Movie
Sunday, Mar 25, 11am-2pm (Room A/B)
Join us for a Book vs. Movie discussion, comparing the print and film versions of the Hunger Games. We will meet at the MJR theater for an early showing of The Hunger Games, and then return to the library for a fun discussion, along with a delicious lunch. Register before Mar 21.
Monday, Mar 26, 6:30-8pm (Room A/B)
Join us for a "Hunger Games" themed craft. Details to follow, see website. Registration begins Mar 12.
The Cats and the Fiddler
Monday, April 2, 7-8pm (Reading Room)
Join us for a fantastic concert, featuring The Cats and the Fiddler
, an amazing trio of 16 year olds who specialize in acoustic music with influences from country, bluegrass, blues, and jazz. This is an event you don’t want to miss! Drop-in.
Adult Services Events
for more information and to see all Adult Events. To register for Adult events, visit the Information Desk or call 810-229-6571, ext 227.
Drop-In Genealogy Assistance - Tuesday, Mar 6, 2-4pm (Brighton Room)
Join Mark Mullinax, Genealogy and Local History Librarian, for some one-on-one help in your family history search. Computers will be available to access Ancestry.com, HeritageQuest and other websites. Drop-in. This event takes place the first Tuesday of each month.
The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia, and Alzheimer's Disease
Wednesday, Mar 14, 1-2pm (Room A/B)
The Basics is a program designed to educate about the difference between normal memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Risk factors, diagnosis, and the effects of Alzheimer’s on the brain are some of the topics covered. Drop-in.
Genealogy Assistance - Monday, Mar 19, 6:30-8:30pm (Brighton Room)
Join Livingston County Genealogical Society representatives for some one-on-one help with your genealogy research. Both beginning and advanced researchers welcome. Drop-in.
Adult Book Discussion Group - Monday, Mar 19, 7-8:30pm (Conference Room)
Join us as we discuss this month's book selection, The Hunger Games
by Suzanne Collins..Additional copies may be available at the circulation desk or can be ordered though our shared catalog system.
for more information and to see all Teen Events. To register for Teen events, visit the Information Desk or call 810-229-6571, ext 227. Events are for ages 11-18.
Teen Writers' Workshop - Tuesdays, Mar13 & 27, 6-8pm (Room Varies)
Poets, Songwriters, Storytellers, and Dreamers, bring your original work and thoughts about writing. Meet with Mike Ball, award-winning humorist. Drop-in.
YAkkers Book Club - Wednesday, Mar 14, 6:30-7:30pm (Conference Room)
Are you looking for something cool to read and discuss? Sign up for our fun teen book club by yourself or with a favorite adult. Bring your dinner, and we'll provide dessert! This month's book is The Unwanteds
by Lisa McMann.
Youth Services Events
for more information and to see all Youth Events To register for Youth events, visit the Youth desk or call 810-229-6571, ext 223.
Family Science Reaing Program - Saturday, Mar 17, 3-4pm (Room A/B)
Build the $6 million you: making the most of your health. We will learn what we can do to maintain our health. We'll examine how our environment, healthy eating, and exercise influence our health and well-being. Registration begins Mar 3. Ages 6-11 with a caregiver.
Superhero Foods - Monday, Mar 26, 5:30pm-6:30pm (Room A/B)
What do all superheroes have in common? Join us to create superhero snacks to power your super body. For children ages 7-9. Registration begins Mar 12.
Drop-in Computer Lab - Every Wednesday, 3-5pm (Conference Room)
Learn general computer skills at your own pace or come in with your specific computer problems. No registration required!
Classified Ads Online - Monday, Mar 19, 2-4pm (Room A/B)
for more details. Registration begins Mar 5. Call 810-229-6571, ext 227.
Thank You Donors!
♦Gayle & Mark Zawisa,
in honor of Louise & John Zawisa
Sovran & Dillaman, LLC
Shelaugh & Dick Davis
This Week @ the Library marks
Dr. Suess' birthday in the
♦♦♦We would like to give special recognition to a member of our Library family for their very generous (anonymous) gift.
in loving memory of Eileen Jurek
Heaven is Real byTodd Burpo, Colton Burpo & Lynn Vincent, A Book of Angels by Sophy Burnham, In the Arms of Angels, by Joan Wester Anderson,
♦Christie & Matt Schonsheck
El viaje submarino de Dora by Christine Ricci, Dora va en busca de las estaciones by Samantha Berger, La gran carrera de ponis by Erica David, La adventura de Dora con las formas by Susan Hood, Clifford y el gran desfile, Clifford el cachorrito, Clifford visita el hospital, Clifford me quiere, & Clifford y la tormenta by Norman Bridwell
Carla & Shawn Sharp,
in memory of Eileen Jurek
Heaven is Real for Kids by Todd, Sonja & Colton Burpo.
We will be back with more next month. Aloha!