Jam & Singalong

Enjoy an all-acoustic instrument singalong every First Thursday of the month from 5 pm to 7 pm at Rae’s Restaurant and Coffeehouse.

The lyrics and chords will be provided for you to chose a song and perform

First Tuesday Concert: Pine River Legacy Band

Enjoy “Front Porch” music enjoyed on hammered dulcimers, fiddles, guitars, mandolins, banjos, stand-up bass, gut bucket bass, autoharp, penny whistles, and human voices.
Hammered dulcimers are sometimes called lumberjack pianos and along fiddles, were used a lot in Michigan in the 19th Century.

Monday Movies: Dunkirk

Our next movie in our new movie series is Dunkirk. Movies will be played at 5 PM on the last Monday of the month (unless otherwise noted)
licensed by swank studios

Aromatouch Hand Technique Experience

Are you craving connections with people?
Join us to learn how to give and receive an amazing oil application to help you reconnect with people!
Cost is free! You will receive an instruction sheet and small vial of oil to take home!
Spots are limited! Reserve your spot by calling the Library at 810-679-3627.
Feel free to bring a friend along!
Creating Connections with Essential Oils
Monday, April 18th
6-7 PM

Tuesday Concert: Blue Ice

First Tuesday Concert Series:
Blue Ice are Dennis Hanselman, Barry Shigelone, and Joe DeHenau
Croswell Splashpad (or Library)
Tuesday, May 3 @ 6 PM
We are excited to host Blue Ice for the second time for our First Tuesday Concert Series.
1960s – 1980s pop, rock, country
Concert will be outside weather permitting. Library is backup plan.

Beach Glass

Celebrate National library week!

Beach Glass Jewelry Class &
Aitkin Memorial District Library
111 North Howard Ave Croswell
Saturday April 9 th 2022 From 11am -1pm
Cost $30 per person
We will be making 4 items, A book mark, necklace,
dangled bracelet, re usable wine bottle cork.
Beach Glass and all supplies are included for this fun
evening! You are welcome to bring any Beach Glass for your design!

To reserve a seat, Call Christine
810-300-9345 or
Aitken Memorial District library
810-679-3627

My face book page #beachglassjewelrybychristine

Look forward to seeing you there!

Monday Movie Night: Belfast

Monday Movie Night at the Library
April 4 @ 5 PM
BELFAST

Written and directed by Academy Award® nominee Kenneth Branagh, BELFAST is a poignant story of love, laughter and loss in one boy’s childhood, amid the music and social tumult of the late 1960s. The cast stars Golden Globe nominee Caitriona Balfe, Academy Award® winner Judi Dench, Jamie Dornan, Ciaran Hinds, and introduces 10 year old Jude Hill. Dornan and Balfe play a passionate working-class couple caught up in the mayhem, with Dench and Hinds as sharp-witted grandparents.

Popcorn and Coca-Cola will be served
Movie will be played with closed captioning
Next month’s movie and date TBD

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt
10:30 am Saturday, April 16 2021

Outside (inside library for backup plan)
10:30 for crafts and games
Hunt starts at 11 AM sharp!
Create custom basket
900 eggs
10 egg limit
Eggs filled with candy or toys
Golden eggs for special prizes
Kids divided by ages

Croswell Library: Parks & Paths 5K

Sign Up Here https://runsignup.com/Race/MI/Croswell/CroswellLibraryParksandPaths5K

We’re holding the 5th annual Parks & Paths 5K. This will be the third year running the new route beginning and ending at the Croswell Splash Pad.

This event will take place at the Splash Pad in Croswell on Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 9:00 AM EDT.

This year’s giveaway is a fitted tank and all participants will earn a custom medal featuring a variety of classic books.

Runners earn prizes for first, second, and third overall (male and female categories). Under 13, 13-19, 20- 39, Master (40-59) and Grandmaster (60+) runners (male and female) can earn prizes for first place in their respective age groups. The fastest dogs (male and female (runners not dogs)) will also win a prize.

Course records were broken last year. The men’s record is 18:40 and is held by Garrett Jurges. The female record is 21:12 and is held by Daneille Fowler, breaking her own record from the previous year. Any male or female who sets a new record will receive a free entry into next year’s race.

When signing up 2 or more people, each runner will receive a $5 discount.

All proceeds from this event will benefit Aitkin Memorial District Library.