Tuesday Concert: Mountain Babies

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Tuesday Concert: Mountain Babies
June 4th, at 6pm

Aitkin LIbrary is proud to announce the Mountain Babies will bring will bring their spacey folk sound on Tuesday, June 4, from 6-7 as part of our Tuesday Concert Series.

First Tuesday Concert: Jean Marie & One Lad

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First Tuesday Concert: Jean Marie & One Lad
May 7th, at 6pm

Folksingers/Songwriter sharing originals, folk, Americana, and Celtic played on guitar, bodhran, tin whistle and concertina.

Jean Marie Learman weaves threads of emotion and humor into a musical quilt that warms and comforts. Colin Paige has spent his career singing the ballads and drinking songs of Scotland and Ireland. Jean Marie hails from the Thumb of Michigan. She grew up on a farm six miles west of Lake Huron outside Harbor Beach. Colin grew up 60 miles east of there….. Goderich, Ontario.

Super Smash Brothers Tournament

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Super Smash Brothers Tournament
Saturday April 13 10:30 (kids) – 12 & 12:30-3 (teens and adults)

Super Smash Brothers Video Game Tournament
Play Super Smash Brothers on the big screen and test your skills and be the Smash Brothers Champion. Prizes to win include gift certificates to local businesses.

Nature & Wildlife with John Borkovich

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Nature & Wildlife with John Borkovich
April 9th, at 6pm

Meet author and DNR officer of 27 years John Borkovich and hear wild stories of his life on patrol. John will share his love of nature and discuss hot button issues such as deer baiting and antler point restriction laws.

Energy Healing with Sonya Francis

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Energy Healing with Sonya Francis
April 8th, at 5:30pm

Come learn about energy healing and how you can reset your own energy for better health, calming and healing. Sonya Francis, a local traditional naturopath, will explain energy healing and demonstrate how simply you can balance your own energy for better health. Hands on exercises will be part of the program

Tuesday Concert: Phil and Marsha Larson

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Tuesday Concert with Phil and Marsha Larson
April 2nd, at 6pm

This husband and wife team has been entertaining audiences all over southeastern Michigan since 1997. With Marsha’s rich alto and Phil’s baritone-tenor, they swap between lead and close harmony. You’ll hear a variety of styles, including gospel, blues, Celtic, folk, country, jazz, soft rock and more.

Fun with Genes SPIN Club

Fun with Genes SPIN Club
Hosted at the Aitkin Memorial District Library Feb. 16th and 23rd, as well as March 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd from 11am to noon.

Learn more about cloning. Discover the mystery of DNA. Use science to solve crimes and heal the sick.

Fun with Genes SPIN club uses hands-on crafts to teach genetics to youths aged 8-12.

Brought to you by MSU Extension Services at the Croswell Library. For information, contact Lydia Kritman at kritzma5@msu.edu or 810.648.2515.

Cost of enrollment is $20 (4H members are free)

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Croswell Library 5K

Croswell Library 5K

May 18th, 9am at the Croswell Splash Pad

Sign up: https://runsignup.com/Race/MI/Croswell/CroswellLibraryParksandPaths5K

1. New Starting Point: We’ll be starting from the Croswell Splash Pad located at the west end of Maple St. in town.

2. New Route: With a new starting point we’ll have a new route but we’ll continue with the road/x-country hybrid from previous years.

3. No 2-Mile Walk: In an effort to keep things simple, everyone will be doing the same route. Participants are welcome to walk the full 5K.

4. Hand Crafted Participant Medals: All participants will receive a medal from a local artist.

5. Training Books for Prizes
1st Prize Master’s: Allied Medal Hanger

6. New Giveaway: Tall Runner’s Sox with Croswell Library Logo (male, female or kid’s sizes available)

7. Lead Bike: A lead bike will pace the group to keep everyone on course

Hope to see you all again! Pray for nice weather and bring picnic supplies for after the race.

One last thing. We’re always looking for volunteers to help guide people on the race course

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