Saturday, April 20, 2024

 Fowlerville District Library

Upcoming Events

Monday – Wednesday: 9:30 am to 7:00 pm

Thursday: 9:30 am to 8:00 pm

Friday: 9:30 am to 6:00 pm

Saturday: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Sunday: Closed

For any questions, or to register for programs, call us at 517-223-9089

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Family Storytime (Ages 1-5)

Have fun singing songs, reading stories, dancing, and playing!

Tuesdays & Wednesdays ● 10am

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PJ Storytime (Ages 1-5)

Wear your pjs for an evening storytime. We will have snacks & crafts. Bring a blanket and stuffie to be extra cozy. Mon, May 6 ● 6pm

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First Friday Performance (All Ages)

Join us for a live performance by guitarist Robin Marriott on May 3 between 5 & 6 pm to get your weekend off to a great start.

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Life sized Candy Land

Drop in to make your way to the Candy Castle for a sweet treat as we enlarge our favorite board game. Fri, Apr 26 ● 3-5:30pm

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Perler Bead Party (Ages 7-12)

Join Storm to make your own Perler Bead creation.

Friday, May 10 ● 4 – 5pm

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Chess Club

Join the Chess Club! The Mid-Michigan Jr. Chess Club will meet. All levels are welcome from beginner to advanced! See you next on April 20, Saturdays ● 1-3:30pm

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Kids Krafternoons (Ages 7-12)

Drop in and get crafty with a new and exciting craft each month! Supplies provided.

Monday, May 13 ● 4-5pm

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Lego Club (Ages 7-12)

Build your own Lego creations and complete challenges Thursdays ● 4pm

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Crochet Kits

Stop by the library on the 15th of the month to grab a themed crochet amigurumi kit. Provide your own hook and everything else is included. While supplies last.

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Homeschool Social

Meet for learning, fun and snacks. Mondays, thru May 20 ● 12-1:30 pm

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New Graphic Novel Club (Ages 7-12)

Join Storm for a discussion on Cat Kid Comic Club by Dav Pilkey, Monday, Apr 22 ● 4-5pm

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Book Boxes (All ages)

Fill out the online form by visiting the events page on our website. Let the librarians pick a surprise selection of books for you. Register the first two weeks of every month to get next month’s box, which will be ready to pick up the first of the following month.

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Teen Crafting (Teens)

Join Mary and drop in to make crafts such as sewing, resin jewelry, bow making, diamond painting, and much more!

Wednesdays ● 2:30-4:00 pm

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Twitch Streaming (All Ages)

Join Connor and Tally and get sneak peeks of new games! Find us online -

Mondays ● 3:30-4:30pm

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Board Games with Connor (Age 10+)

Join Connor and friends for some after school fun.

Tuesdays ● 3-5pm

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Dungeons & Dragons (Ages 12-18)

Come play D&D 5th Edition! No prior experience needed.

Wednesdays ● 2:30-5pm

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Switch Free Play (Ages 10-18)

Open gaming time with the library's Switch.

Fridays ● 2:30-5 pm

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Tote Bag Craft (Adults)

Join Jackie and Cindy to personalize a tote bag for Summer. Supplies are limited. Registration Required. Thurs May 2 ● 6:30pm

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Yoga with Vanessa (Adults)

Join Vanessa Duke for yoga class, no cost, just bring your mat or use one of ours. Program runs thru April 24.

Wednesdays ● 5pm

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Jam Session

Join Mr. Damerow for some musical collaboration. Bring your horn, keyboard, harmonica, or whatever you have and join the fun. Tues May 21 ● 5:00 – 7:30pm

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Join Mary to make 4 greeting cards with the theme of “Spring”. Registration is required. Thurs, Apr 25 ● 6:30 pm & Fri, Apr 26 ● 11am

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Scrapbooking (Adults)

Join Mary to scrapbook your favorite photos. Stay the whole time or for just a few hours. Everyone gets their own table. Registration is required. Sat, May 18 ● 10:30 – 3:30

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Shelf-Indulgence Book Group (Adults)

This is a traditional book discussion group. You can get a copy of the book at the front desk. Next meeting, we will discuss WAGER by David Grann, Thurs, Apr 25 ● 2 pm

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Beyond the Book Discussion Group (Adults)

Book discussion plus movie or documentary. Books are available at the front desk. Next meeting, we will discuss WOMEN TALKING by Miriam Toews, May 9 ● 6:30pm

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Sewing with Patty (Adults)

Bring your sewing machine and learn from a pro. Registration is required. Wed, May 15 ● 6:00 pm

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Shoe Collection Site

The library is a drop off destination for shoes to benefit the Fowlerville Fair Pen Project. Drop off your gently worn shoes up until May 1.

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FDL Oral History Project

Record your history with us as we capture the memories and stories of our residents. Call to schedule an audio interview, which can be done by a family member or staff member and can include video.

Recordings will become part of the FDL historical collection.

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