Saturday, August 8, 2020

 Fowlerville District Library Update of Hours & Curbside Service

    The Fowlerville District Library building is resuming regular hours and continuing to offer curbside service (highly recommended). In compliance with executive order No. 2020-147; face masks are required for all library patrons and staff as well as maintaining the social distancing of 6 feet. Patrons entering the building are encouraged to make their visit as short as possible. In keeping with social distancing and cleaning guidelines, as well as to ensure the health and safety of FDL Patrons, the Library will have a limited number of computers available for patron use. There will be a strict time limit of one hour per day, per patron, for each computer. FDL’s Wi-Fi now reaches out in the side yard.


9:30am – 7pm


9:30am – 5pm


10am – 2pm

How to Use Curbside Service

    Step 1: You can make requests: by calling the Library directly, emailing us or make your holds through the FDL’s card catalog (Max 10 items)  --Not sure what you would like to read? Use our reader’s advisory at the desk, they can help! All you need is to give them a subject, author, or genre, and they will do the rest.

    Step 2: One hour after your request has been made, please come to the Library and park in the curbside pickup designated parking located in front of the side yard.

    Step 3: From your car, call the Library and someone will come out with your requested materials.

    Step 4: Please present your library card or driver's license and your materials will be given to you.

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Upcoming Programs at Fowlerville District Library 

    All programs are intended for Fowlerville School District residents. Call (517) 223-9089 for more information, or checkout our Facebook Page.

    All programs will be held virtually via Zoom, Facebook Live or YouTube.Program descriptions, virtual location, and details on how to register for each program are below. (There will be no in-person programs through August.)

   All programs require registration and is done by sending a Facebook Personal Message to the Library or by emailing to Zoom invitations will be sent out the day before the program date.

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Huzzah! Huzzah!

Imagine You’re “King”—Virtual Summer Reading Program Wrap-Up

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 10:30am via Zoom (1 hr.)

All Ages Huzzah! Huzzah! Join us virtually on Zoom to enjoy an interactive show that reveals your imagination is "KING" with the Acting Up Theatre Company. Open to the community regardless if you participated in the summer reading programand all ages are invited to participate. Registration is now open and a trailer of the show is available on our YouTube Channel--Fowlerville District Library 2020.

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Zoom Tea and Chocolate Writer’s Group: Final meeting August 12, 2020 2:30pm via Zoom

Adults-Do you want feedback on your work-in-progress from other writers? This is the group for you!  Feel free to bring a 1-page sample of a current project for feedback. This is the last meeting for this season,but details for our Fall Writer’s Group are coming soon.

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Reading to Bosco Through Zoom: Every Monday, Beginning August 17, 2020 4pm via Zoom 

Adults-Bosco is back -- on Zoom! You can now reserve a time for your child to read to Fowlerville District Library's therapy dog! Each child will be given a 15-minute time slot to read to Bosco and must be preregistered. Registration is needed each week and spots are limited. Zoom invites will be sent out on Fridays.

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Family Brick Challenge: Wednesday, August 18, 2020 6:30pm via Zoom ( 1 hr. )

Family-Come have fun with other families on Zoom, playing our (Lego) Brick Challenge using whatever bricks you have at home. The library marshal will flip a card to let you know what to make and you decide if you're up to the challenge by building it. All ages are welcome and families can play together as a group. Pictures are welcome to put on Facebook afterward to show off your building expertise. 

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