Toddler Playgroup: Move & Learn

Move & Learn: Toddler/Pre-K Playgroup
Ages 2-5
Summer 2022
Wednesdays 11 AM—12 PM
Free Play
Meet & Greet
June 29: Picnic
July 6: Plant a Flower
July 13: Play & Learn
July 20: Splash Pad
July 27: Music & Rhythm
August 3: Sports
August 10: Scavenger Hunt
August 17: Ice Cream Sundae

Yoga with Brenda

Outdoor Gentle Yoga
Riverbend Park
The yoga class will be on the grass and if it is rainy, we will be under the pavilion.

Stencil Art

Stencil Art
Thursday, August 11, at 5 PM
Croswell Library
No cost
Must sign up
All supplies provided
paint, stencil, and canvas Or bring own stencils
All ages welcome

Tuesday Concert: Andy & Judy

Andy & Judy do a masterful job of involving the audience in their performances. Sing-a-longs and smiles are the norm at their concerts.
Their sound is replete with close harmonies that blend Judy’s evocative alto and Andy’s deep baritone.

T-Shirt Tie Dye

Tie Dye T-Shirts
July 28 at 5:30
No cost but seating limited
Contact library to sign up by 7/21
Join us to create tie dye t-shirts. We do have shirts of various sizes. You can also bring your own white T to dye.

Michigan History: Native Americans of the Great Lakes

Thursday, July 21 @ 6 PM
At the Croswell Library
Randy Baker Presents:
Michigan’s Native Americans
Through hands-on experiences, demonstrations, the use of actual artifacts and materials that range from 600 – to 12,000 years of age, and other materials students develop a better understanding of what life was like for the 3-Fires and other Native American Nations that used Michigan’s natural resources in their everyday life. Everything from, cooking methods and food storage, to growing crops, or living as hunters and gatherers is covered. Medicinal plants, foods, building materials, tool construction, transportation methods, and clothing are also discussed.

Michigan History: Life During the Great Lakes Fur Trading Era

Thursday, July 14 @ 6 PM
At the Croswell Library
Randy Baker Presents:
Michigan’s French Voyageurs: Life During the Great Lakes Fur Trading Era.
Experience what it was like for the first Europeans that explored Michigan and the Great Lakes Region. Explorations, concepts of trade, cultures, and the importance of Michigan’s waterways and other natural resources in the development of Michigan are covered. Our naturalist brings with him the experiences of having canoed hundreds of miles in the arctic, hundreds of miles upon the dangerous waters of the Great Lakes, and in other remote locations as well.