Join Sarah for a weekly story time and craft for kids this Saturday (8/5)! This event is recommended for preschool-elementary children, but anyone is welcome to attend if they are interested!
Join us on August 17th at 7 PM as we host Officer Borkovich as he shares his love of nature with us along with his stories and memories his pursuit of nature has given him.
Join us Monday 7/31 at 4 p.m. for a fictional rendition of how Blackberry mobile phones were created! Based on real events, this motion picture combines outstanding comedy with catastrophic demise to reveal the dark history behind the once-popular mobile phone line.
All ages are welcome to sign up for the summer reading program at the Croswell Library! This program is used to promote reading with fun incentives such as free ice cream from the downtown Frostic Freeze and entries into an exciting drawing for every 4 hours that you read! The program runs until August 17th, and it is never too late to sign up!
Still reeling from the loss of Gamora, Peter Quill must rally his team to defend the universe and protect one of their own. If the mission is not completely successful, it could possibly lead to the end of the Guardians as we know them.
Movie in the Park
People’s Choice Trophies, food Trucks
Free Popcorn, Face painting, & glow sticks
costumes are encouraged!!! bring seating
7:00 award presentation – 7:30 movie begins (Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride)
in case of rain, event will move to Croswell Wesleyan Gymnasium
McEy Neaves: (810)-4299
Karen Schott: firstname.lastname@example.org
Randy Baker portrays a colonist and what daily life would have been like in their early days along the northeast coast of North America. The lifestyles of the northern colonists are compared to the lifestyles of the southern colonies. Cultural differences, foods, farming methods, crops, medicines, illnesses, and other aspects of daily living are covered.