Book Discussion: Frederick Douglass

Book Discussion
Thursday, August 29 @ 2:30
Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom

Join us to discuss one of the great voices for American Freedom. Douglass held a mirror up to America and challenged us to live up to our ideals. Prophet of Freedom is widely regarded as being one of the 10 best books of 2018.

Watercolor Class: with Suzanne Boeck

Watercolor Class: with Suzanne Boeck
Croswell Library
Sat. July 20, @ 10 am
Cost is $20

No experience necessary
No supplies necessary
3 hours
Learn skills and tips
Be creative
Keep your art to display
Have fun

September 3rd- First Tuesday Concert – Andru Bemis

Andru Bemis is an American Folk musician, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist (banjo, fiddle, and guitar). He has toured hundreds of thousands of miles throughout North America—traveling mainly by train, bus, and public transportation—performing solo and
sharing shows with a host of world-class performers, including two notable tours with actor/comedian/musician John C. Reilly. Bemis is known for his original songs which sound as if they were written a hundred years ago, and for taking lesser-known traditional songs and adapting them in ways which are inventive and memorable.

The First Tuesday Concert Series is sponsored by the Sanilac Consortium for the Arts.

June 27 : Book Discussion: Killers of the Flower Moon

Book Discussion
Killers of the Flower Moon
by David Grann
Thursday, June 27 @ 2:30 pm

Named a best book of the year by Wall Street Journal, GQ, Time, Newsday, Entertainment Weekly, NPR’s Maureen Corrigan, NPR’s “On Point”, Vogue.com, Smithsonian, Cosmopolitan, Seattle Times, Bloomberg, Library Journal, Paste, Book Browse

In the 1920s, the richest people per capita in the world were members of the Osage Indian nation in Oklahoma. After oil was discovered beneath their land, they rode in chauffeured automobiles, built mansions, and sent their children to study in Europe.
Then, one by one, the Osage began to be killed off…

Coming Up

July: Off
August 29: Frederick Douglas: Prophet of Freedom
September 26 Girl in Black and White
October: Where the Crawdads Sing
November: Leadership

Literary Stencil Painting

Literary Stencil Art
Tuesday July 30 @ 6 pm
For Teens & Adults
No charge
All supplies provided
Sign up here by July 26

Use stencils to create original artwork based on your favorite books or movies or anything. Some stencils will be provided and we have materials to make more to suit your needs.

Let us know what books and movies interest you and we’ll try to have some prepared.

NERF Games

@ Swinging Bridge Park Weather Permitting

Players will run, dodge, and dive as they try to out-wit and out-blast the competition during NERF Mobile Games!

From ‘Capture the Flag’ to ‘Eliminator’ to the ‘Zombies Vs. Humans,’ players will put their physical and mental skills to the test with several game styles perfect for any size group or venue, indoors or out.

We provide all NERF equipment including blasters, darts, team vests, safety goggles, and obstacles along with a friendly Host who will set-up, tear-down, and referee all of the exciting NERF action!

Barn Wood Quilt Class | Croswell Michigan

Go at your own pace and paint your own barn wood quilt sign and magnet. 7 different quilt patterns will be available to choose from. The outlines have already been made, making it easy-peasy. Sign sizes range from 8″x8″ to 11″x11″. All supplies provided, including lots of paint colors.

The library is generously covering some of the cost, making your cost $25 per person. Your payment registers you for the class. Stop in at the Aitkin Memorial District Library circulation desk to get signed up for this class. Max class size is 20 people.

Your sign ready to hang by the time the class is over. Additional quilt squares will be available for purchase at the time of the event.

Grab a bite to eat beforehand or bring your own snacks and non-alcoholic beverages to enjoy during the class.