Thanks to the Friends of the Brighton District Library
for supporting Library events.
The Library will be closed Sunday, May 29 and Monday, May 30 in honor of Memorial Day.
Join the Library in celebrating Screen-Free Week. Each day May 2-8, the Youth Department will offer family friendly activities that don't involve screen time. (Our gaming computers will even be turned off for the week!)
May 2nd-May 8th All Day - Drop In
Earn your certificate and prize! Ages 3 to 10.
Fantastic Family Game Night
Monday, May 2nd 6:00-8:00pm
Enjoy new board games with the entire family. All ages.
Super Sensory Fun
Tuesday, May 3rd 10:15-11:45am
Let’s play, explore, discover, and get messy with our super sensory activity tubs. Ages 2 to 5.
Wednesday, May 4th 6:00-8:00pm
Come and craft! Ages 7 to 9.
Ballistic Book Swap
Friday, May 6th & Saturday, May 7th 10:00am-4:00pm
Bring a book. Take a book. Ages 1 to 10.
Saturday, May 8th 10:30am-12:00pm
Play! Ages 3 to 9.
Open Play Lego Challenge
Saturday, May 7th 1:00-3:00pm
Do you love LEGOs? Drop on by! Ages 5 to 10.
First Time, First Year
New Parents Group
First time parents of children in their first year are invited to join in our special program series just for them. Each session has a guest speaker to discuss topics of special interest to new parents such as safe sleep, early literacy, and teething.
Thursday, April 28, our speaker will be Dr. Sarah Carrico of Carrico & Radtke Pediatric Dentistry in Brighton. She'll talk about teething and oral hygiene for infants.
Thursday, May 26, will be a special story time for babies.
Our First Time, First Year Group meets on the fourth Thursday of every month from 6:30-7:30pm and dinner is provided. First time attendees also receive a Books for Babies kit, which includes a board book and lots of information about early literacy.
Upcoming program dates are Thursday, April 28 and Thursday, May 26. Registration begins two weeks prior to program date. To register, or for more information, please contact the youth department. 810-229-6571 ext. 223
Shirley's Monarch Shelter
Monarch Butterflies have a safe habitat to visit this summer and fall when migrating through the U.S. to their final wintering destinations, thanks to a generous donation from the Shirley Shill family.
Shirley’s Monarch Shelter, located in Millie’s Garden at the Library, was named after Shirley Shill, a Brighton classroom teacher and founder of School Bell, the first preschool in Brighton. Shirley loved children and butterflies. The Shill family honored Shirley’s memory by helping Millie's Garden become a Certified Monarch Waystation, and by purchasing a sculpted butterfly shaped chair. The chair is nestled among the flowers that attract the brightly colored Monarch for individuals to relax and observe nature.
Our All Ages Spring Celebration
and Summer Reading Kickoff will be
Sunday, June 12, 1-4pm!
Adult Craft Martian Clock, April 2016
Friends of the Brighton District Library
2016 Spring Book Sale!
Audio Books, and CDs
Thursday, April 28, 10am-5pm
Friday, April 29, 10am - 5pm
Saturday, April 30, 10am - 5pm
Fill a bag with books for just $5.
Sunday, May 1, 1pm-4pm
All remaining books are free!
in the Norma Gray Gallery
Art at the Library
May 3 - June 27
in partnership with the
Sandra Ackerman (Oil) and
George & Deb Tanner (Photography)
Monday, May 9
6 - 8 pm (Room A/B)
Public is welcome!
Grossology - April 2016
Thank you to Joyce Powers
for the donation of her wonderful Beatrix Potter collection.
Peter Rabbit Party - April 2016
Red Cross Blood Drive
comes to the Library
Friday, May 27, 10:30am-3:45pm,
in Room A/B.
Drop-in or make an appointment at 517-318-7210, or register online at RedCrossBlood.org and use the sponsor keyword: BrightonLibrary
Thank you, Donors!
House of Cards,
Seasons 1, 2, & 3 (DVDs)
Livingston County Coin Club
A Guide Book of the United States Coins Mega Red
by R.S. Yeoman
♦ Theresa Rose Swiecicki
Summer Reading Program
♦ Daena Nickolas
♦ Gifts of $100 - $499
♦♦ Gifts of $500 - $999
We are grateful for those who generously contribute to the Library throughout the year. Our recognition of these individuals, families, and organizations is on our Donors Wall.
If you are interested in making a donation to the Library, options and details can be found on our webpage, Support the Library.