Saturday, June 12, 2021

 Fowlerville District Library Events

Special Announcements

Masks are encouraged inside the library for the safety of staff and other customers. Maintaining the social distancing of 6 feet is also advised.


9:30am – 7pm


9:30am – 5pm


10am – 2pm

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Tails and Tales Summer Reading Program Kick-off

Free Fishing Sunday—Sunday June 13, 2021 8 AM – 2 PM

All ages - Splash into summer reading by attending Free Fishing Day at Brighton Recreational Area. The day includes access to fishing poles and bait. There will also be loads of fun, outdoor games, and activities for the whole family. Fishing permits and recreation passports are waived for the day, so come cast your fishing rod! Lunch and drinks will be provided. We will be in the Maple Shelter. Adults and kids, challenge yourself to a military-style inflatable obstacle course, courtesy of the Michigan Army National Guard. Directions: 5210 Bishop Lake Rd, Brighton MI, 48116

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Community Programs

Summer Lunch Bunch – Wednesdays June 16th-August 25th 12PM - 12:30PM

The Salvation Army is handing out lunch boxes, pantry kits, and craft packs. Check our website for more of Salvation Army Lunch bunch locations.

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Upcoming Programs for June

Animal Scavenger Hunts – K-5th Graders -June 1-30

Get your checklist at the front desk. Search around the library during open hours for some animal friends. Grab a checklist and see if you can find them all!

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ASL Storytime Live! – Every Thursdays 10 AM FDL’s Facebook Page

Meet our new Youth Librarian, learn signs, sing songs, and play in this interactive story time!

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Tuesdays with Mrs. D –Tuesday, June 15, 2021 10:30 AM - Zoom

Preschool - For ages 2 1/2-5 years. Come and search for wild animals and the places that they call home. Through stories, fingerplays and songs join in the fun/adventure. All on Zoom.

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Take and Make Craft Kits – June 14 – 19 - Paper Chain Snake K-5th Graders Crafts change weekly and are available while supplies last. Each kit comes complete with all supplies need and instructions. This activity requires no sign–up. Please call or stop in to find out about this week’s craft.

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Summer at the Tabletop – Tuesday, June 15, 2021 1-5PM- Discord

Teens - Has the pandemic left you bored? Do you wish to be somewhere - or someone - else? Join us online every Tuesday for a tabletop RPG! Every week will be a different game and a different system. Sign up or just come hang out on Discord at

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Rock & Read Storytime with Storm – Wednesday, June 16, 2021 10 AM-Zoom

K-5th Grades - Jump in this Zoom Storytime for some stories, music, and fun! *Must provide email to receive the Zoom link.

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Bookworm Buddies: A Book Group for Tweens – Wednesday, June 16, 2021 2:30 PM-Zoom

Tweens - Read a book in the monthly theme and come ready to share what you think and learn about some new reads. June’s theme: Fairytale retellings, Fantasy, or animals.

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Summer Time Cardmaking: Kites, Butterflies, flowers and Ice Cream –Thursday, June 17, 2021 6:30 PM -Zoom

Adults - Join library staff members Mary and Zoe, as they guide you through making four different cards to celebrate our favorite summer things- Kites, butterflies, flowers and ice cream. Kits are available at the front desk while supplies last and includes all supplies needed to make four different cards. Supplies and spaces limited, sign-up today!

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Beyond the Book and Movie – Thursday, June 24, 2021 @ 6:30 PM – Adults – Zoom

Adults –June’s selection: Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein. Please read the book and watch the movie at home, then meet up with friends on Zoom to discuss them both. Everyone who signs up will get an opportunity to check out the movie and watch it on their own. Registration is required. Sign up with a valid email address to receive a book and a Zoom link. Registration is done in person at front desk or through curbside service at the Library. Books will be available to check out.

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Frederick Stonehouse Presentation - Rum Running and Red Lights – Tuesday June 29, 2021 6:30 PM-Zoom

Adults – Frederick Stonehouse author of over thirty books about maritime history and the Great Lakes is to give a presentation on some of Michigan’s Great Lakes history. Sign up to learn about Great Lakes exciting and scandalous history and involvement in rum running during the prohibition era “as hundreds of boats hauled millions of gallons of illegal booze over the Lakes to the USA, bribes were often paid, but bullets sometimes flew between bootleggers and government agents as they fought it out on the Inland Seas.” Please be advised this presentation will contain mature themes including but limited to the discussion of prostitution.

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All programs are on Zoom unless otherwise indicated. Registration is required unless otherwise noted. To register for any FDL’s programs please contact us by phone, Facebook, or email with your contact information including a valid email address. Zoom links will be sent out the day before the event.

For more information regarding any of our programs or services please call us at (517) 223-9089 or checkout our Facebook page.

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