The Friends of the Romeo District Library’s monthly book sale will be on Saturday, October 18th at Kezar Library from 10-1:30. What an opportunity to stock up on books for winter!

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Oct 062014

bigstock_Halloween_background_17932115[1]Saturday October 25th – 31st Both Branches
To all the ghouls and goblins of the Romeo District Library, you are invited to participate in All Hallow’s Read; a fun Halloween book give-away started in 2010 by author Neil Gaiman to encourage more book giving holidays and literacy. So, for those brave enough to partake, we welcome you to claim your one free book and start your scary or spooky book adventure today!

Age-appropriate books may be found at any of the information desks at either the Graubner or Kezar Library. Free books are limited so hurry in for this horrifically generous gift of dread.

Thursday October 23rd 7:00 pm Graubner
Car-accident-picture-Ghost-of-dead-man-seen-leaving-his-bodyJoin us once again as the Romeo Graubner Library welcomes back the crew of the Motor City Ghost Hunters. Come and enjoy a haunted evening filled with the possibility of life beyond death. Witness film footage and audio evidence of ghosts among us. Arrive with an open mind and leave with a new perspective. Guaranteed fun for the whole family. No registration required, but seating is limited.

Aug 182014

Picture1Saturday November 1st 1:00 pm Graubner
Warning! A zombie horde has been seen in the library. The Graubner Library has been contaminated with an unknown substance. Locals have been showing signs of zombification. Upon awakening the zombies begin hunting their prey, they begin hunting YOU! No one is safe! The only way to stop the outbreak is to find the antidote. Are you brave enough to complete a game of HvZ and find the antidote to save us all?

HvZ is a game of tag meets zombie apocalypse that will be played out on the library lawn. Complete missions, earn prizes and survive the night! Program is for teens ages 12 to 16. Wearing clothes that can get dirty is recommended as this event will take place outside on the library lawn. Weather permitted, no rain date. 

doc4e1721d87b9c06361238461Thursday November 6th 1:00 pm & 6:30 pm Graubner
Adult participants will be introduced to luxuriously painted silk hankies and scarves. A variety of painting techniques will be demonstrated using a heat set dye. Demonstrations are geared to accommodate all “Creative” comfort levels. Paint it and take it home!

Space and supplies are limited so sign up today for an inspirational and creative experience!

Worley and Mr LincolnSaturday November 8th 11:00 am Graubner
Many of us are aware of the sights and sounds of the American Civil War.  But few are aware of the role played by Religion and the churches before the start of the American Civil War. What was the role of Chaplain’s and how did they handle military life and battle?  Come join presenter Worley H. Smith for a morning discussion on the Fighting Parsons plus much more.