The Thursday Book Club, formerly Eleanor’s Book Club, has been meeting at the Library since March 1993. In that time, they’ve read and discussed more than 300 books!
Browse the full list below.
Father Melancholy’s Daughter / Gail Godwin
My Son’s Story / Nadine Gordimer
Saint Maybe / Anne Tyler
A Thousand Acres / Jane Smiley
The Lilac Bus / Maeve Binchy
The Good Times / Russell Baker
At Weddings and Wakes / Alice McDermot
A Good Scent from a Strange Mountain / Robert Olen Butler
The Moviegoer / Walker Percy
My Antonia / Willa Cather
Outer Banks / Anne Rivers Siddons
Before and After / Rosellen Brown
Bastard Out of Carolina / Dorothy Allison
Mansfield Park / Jane Austen
Pigs in Heaven / Barbara Kingsolver
Turtle Moon / Alice Hoffman
Angle of Repose / Wallace Stegner
Shipping News / E….
Spring is here! Celebrate the turning of the season with a sweet and gentle poem by Emily Dickinson.
Emily Dickinson (1830 – 1886) was a deeply private and isolated individual during her lifetime, writing a prolific amount of poetry that she kept largely to herself. Although the majority of her work was published posthumously, her poetry has immortalized her as one of America’s most notable poets….
As of January 17, 2023, we have received the following forms and instructions:
- Michigan 1040 Individual Income Tax forms and instructions booklet
- Federal 1040 (and 1040-SR) Instructions booklet
- Federal 1040 form
- Federal 1040-SR form
The Library expects to receive a limited supply of basic forms. …
Bring your current project and then join the Fiber Arts Club for company while you craft.
Fiber Arts Club
Anyone who knits, crochets, embroiders, or creates with any type of fiber art is welcome to bring the project you’re currently working on and enjoy meeting with other fiber artists of all skill levels.
The club meets on the first Tuesday of every month from 10:00 a.m….
We’re starting the year off by diving into the stream of consciousness.
January’s selection for the Virtual Read-Aloud program is “The Mark On the Wall” by Virginia Woolf.
Virginia Woolf (1882 – 1941) was an English author whose works have become synonymous with the 20th Century modernist period. Woolf’s literary brilliance has inspired generations of artists’ novels,…