First Tuesday Concert: Ourselves

First Tuesday Concert Series:
Tuesday, March 3 @ 6 pm

Join us for Irish ballads of love and drink, brawling and revolution, as well as comic music of the Irish experience. Ourselves features local musicians Lynn Surbrook, along with Walt and Tom Schlichting.

Book Discussion: Last Bus to Wisdom

Book Discussion:
Last Bus to Wisdom
by Ivan Doig
Croswell Library
Thursday, Feb. 27 @ 2:30
Charming, wise, and slyly funny, Last Bus to Wisdom is a last sweet gift from a writer whose books have bestowed untold pleasure on countless readers.

Named a Best Book of the Year by the Seattle Times and Kirkus Review

Dec 3- First Tuesday Concert: Christmas Singalong

First Tuesday Concert: Christmas Sing-Along
Featuring Jim Williams of Ruby Hill
Tuesday, December 3 @ 6 pm

All ages welcome
Mix of secular and spiritual Christmas classics
Come early for cookies and cider
Song booklets provided

We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Deck the Halls
Winter Wonderland
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Joy to the World
O Christmas Tree
I Wonder as I Wander
Come All Ye Faithful & Silent Night
Frosty the Snowman
Frosty (cont.)
Silver Bells
Away in a Manger
The Twelve Days of Christmas
Jingle Bells

Nov 6- Great Thumb Fire: Author Presentation

Michigan’s Great Thumb Fires:
A presentation by author Alan Naldrett
@ the Croswell Library
November 6 @ 6 pm
“It is unimaginable to picture whole cities burning, much less whole counties, but that was the case in 1871, and then remarkably, ten years later again in 1881. The whole Michigan Thumb suffered two disastrous fires. The Thumb Fire of 1881 brought the American Red Cross to the first major disaster they brought relief to. The combination of the two fires marked the end of the lumber industry in the Thumb and the clearing of the land for agriculture. But that was the only benefit, as each fire brought over 200 dead, tens of thousands homeless, and thousands suffering burns, inhalation, smoke blindness, and more from the fires.”

The book is available at the library for checkout and we will be raffling off a copy for one lucky attendee.

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