00018  Tuesday, December 9, 6:00 pm Kezar Library

The very first ship on the upper Great Lakes, LaSalle’s Griffon, sailed only  a single voyage before disappearing beneath the waves. Since then several thousand other vessels, along with their crews, have met the same fate. Today these underwater treasures offer recreational divers great opportunities for adventure. The wrecks also offer historians, archaeologists and scientists a trove of well preserved time capsules to be studied and protected. This presentation offers great photographs and underwater video that examine the world of those committed to the deep.

Detroit_Kern_block Monday, November 24, 6:00 pm Kezar Library

From the dust and smoke of the nineteenth century, Detroit burst into the national spotlight in the early twentieth century. The automobile business was at full throttle, resulting in a city that grew faster than any other on the continent. Adding to the excitement, national Prohibition created a demand for alcohol that our Canadian neighbors gladly addressed. Rumrunning became the region’s second largest industry. Conventions loved Detroit, and so did organized crime. Boom town meets the Wild West.

santaThursday, December 11, 6:00 pm

Join us for the 3rd Annual Family Holiday Celebration!

This year will have performances by First Friends Montessori and will include songs, stories, poems, and more! Performance will be at the First Congregational Church located across the street from the Kezar Library. After the show, join us at the Library for cookies and a visit with Santa! We hope to see you there.

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Are you a 5th grader who likes to read and compete?  Any 5th grader who lives in Romeo, Washington or Bruce or attends Romeo Community Schools may get together a team and an adult leader and sign up.

For more information check out the kids page at http://romeodistrictlibrary.org/kids/

Adult leader meeting is scheduled for November 17, 2014 at 6:30 pm at the Graubner Library.

Battle of the Books competition is scheduled for May 30, 2015.

Thank-YouThe Board and Staff of the Romeo District Library are thankful each and every day for the hard work and dedication of the Friends of the Library! Their support and commitment to the Library is unprecedented! From speaking to the community about the importance of libraries to supporting such programs as the Summer Reading Program, Mystery Comes to Michigan, and Battle of the Books,  to various other programs and initiatives that enhance the services that the Library is able to offer; the Friends have always been there.

If you believe in the importance of libraries and the vitality of  your community, I urge you to join the Friends of the Romeo District Library today. Friends need friends too! This is a great opportunity to give back to the community by supporting reading, learning and access to information for all. Your ideas and energy would be welcome in making sure that the Friends remain strong for a new generation.

Thank you again Friends for all that they do and we look forward to working together to keep our library and our community a supportive, nurturing and creative place.

Please click below to find out more about how the Friends support the Library and how to join!



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bullAll our new books now check out for 3 weeks. So now there is no rush to finish your favorite new book. And as always please let us know if you can’t find the books you are looking for we will do our best to get them for you.

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FC logoThursday November 20th 6:30 pm Graubner
The Romeo District Library is a Funding Information Network Partner of the Foundation Center. The Foundation Center is the leading source of information about Philanthropy worldwide. The Library houses a dedicated section of grant writing resources and nonprofit literature as well as the online database.
This class will demonstrate the database and other resources for those who are looking for funding for nonprofit and grant related projects. Learn about the many resources and options for funding projects. Registration is requested so enough materials will be available.