The Romeo District Library is making the following information available, in light of recent events, in order to assist its patrons and taxpayers in making their own independent assessment of the value the library adds to the community. We would also like to thank everyone that has come forward to show support for RDL during this time.

Romeo District Library Update August 7th 2014

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Saturday September 6th 1:30 pm Graubner
The Romeo District Library, Graubner Branch will once again be the center of the Mystery world on Saturday, September 6th, at 1:30 PM as six writers bring their talent and point of view on mystery and mayhem, both fact and fiction, to Romeo. We are pleased and excited to present The Ninth Annual Mystery Comes to Michigan with authors Tasha Alexander, Elizabeth Heiter, Susan Elia MacNeal, Theresa Schwegel, Simone St. James, and Lauren Willig.

On September 6th, the authors will converse on the subjects of means, motive, and opportunity for murder in fiction. Historical, contemporary, cop drama, and romantic suspense will all be covered by the award winning authors. There will be a panel discussion where the authors will discuss their take on the mystery genre, and also take questions from the audience. The program will be followed by an author signing, and books will be available for purchase from The Books Connection Book Store in Shelby Twp. The Romeo District Library is thrilled to bring these authors to the community. For more information, please call 586-752-0603, Option 4.

These authors, and several others, were originally invited to Michigan to participate in the Kerrytown Book Fest which is being held on Sunday, September 7th, from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM in Ann Arbor. The Romeo District Library is excited to have them present on Saturday at the Graubner Library.

This free event is sponsored by the Friends of the Romeo District Library.

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