Oct 302014
BattleOfBooks280BATTLE IT OUT WITH YOUR FRIENDS!

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.

Oct 032014

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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533583_402939343066682_1080353576_nThursday December 4th 7:00 pm Graubner
The staff of Your Personal Memoir will be conducting a free presentation which details the steps of collecting and preserving stories to create a memoir book. Susan Carroll and Gigi Van VanderWeele will explain the value of preserving family stories, how to get started on a memoir, interviewing techniques and how to self-publish. Participants will practice storytelling and come away inspired to record family stories to be enjoyed for generations to come! 


Questions will be taken after the presentation and no registration is required. Come join us!

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.

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.

Next time you are at the Graubner Library try out our new self checkout system.
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