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Thursday, January 15 through March 5, 1:00 pm 

Join us for a brand new storytime at Kezar Library! Learn, Listen, Play storytime will begin to get your little ones ready for the classroom through books, poems and songs. They will also increase their social skills and enjoy preparing to successfully enter the world of structured learning. 

The Romeo District Library is happy to announce that we are now offering Freegal. Download up to 5 MP3s a week and stream 3 hours of music daily from an amazing library of music. Click here to get started.

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BattleOfBooks280BATTLE IT OUT WITH YOUR FRIENDS!

 

REGISTRATION FOR BATTLE OF THE BOOKS EXTENDED UNTIL JANUARY 20TH, 2015!  A LEADER MEETING FOR NEW TEAMS WILL BE AT 6:00 PM AT KEZAR ON JANUARY 20TH.

Are you a 5th grader who likes to read and likes to compete? Then do we have a great program for you. Battle of the Books! 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.

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

 

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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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Colleen-Mondor-NCC-LPCThursday January 29th 6:30 PM Graubner
Eva Colleen Mondor, LPC,CC will be at the Graubner Library to talk about Meditation. She will discuss the different types of meditation, how to enhance the experience, and how to use meditation in your everyday life. Meditation is composed of a broad variety of practices that includes techniques to promote relaxation, build internal energy, and/or develop feelings such as compassion or love. It has been used for centuries by any number of religious and secular practitioners. Ms. Mondor will cover the basics in a 1 and 1/2 hour class at the Library.

This class is free but registration is encouraged so there can be enough materials available for participants.

ana-bigfoot2Thursday February 5th 7:00 pm Graubner
Did you recently hear a bump in the night? Ever wonder if the night really does hold something scary? Perhaps, it does. And perhaps one of those things might be a creature known to us as, “Bigfoot.” Join us as Bob Daigle from the MI Sasquatch Studies Group joins us in presenting Bigfoot evidence through eyewitness accounts and artifacts.

Questions and Answers to follow.

No registration, but seating is limited.

ShakespeareSaturday February 7th 12:00 pm Graubner
The notable Shakespearean lecturer, actor, and coach Jim Glenn presents a full-fledged overview of the famed playwright!

What was the impact of his family early in life on his poetry and plays? How did his schooling and other early influences enter into his works? What was London and all of England like during his life?

Join us for an intriguing, informative, and insightful look at the life of The Bard of Avon!

Mr. Glenn’s presentation is free and all are welcome to attend!

Registration is encouraged (but not required). Please call the Library at 586-752-0603 x1021 to make a reservation.