Nov 062014

books4Saturday November 29th 1:00 – 3:00 pm Graubner
The Romeo District Library will be hosting several local authors on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. This is a great place to shop alternatively! The authors will have books for purchase and signing. There will be books for adults and children; ranging from Christian literature to space adventures, thrillers, local history, personal histories, and wedding planning.

The following authors are schedules to attend: Emma Arendoski, Catherine Brakefield, Michael Brooks, Stoney Burke, Dennis Clotworthy, William Creed, Charles Kado, Paul LeBaere, Barbara Norris, Adreinne Parinello, James Salsido, Patricia Shelton, and April Spring.

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!

Nov 062014

MUSIC ENVY 1Saturday December 6th 3:00 pm Graubner
The musical trio Music Envy will be at the Graubner Library to present a Holiday Concert. Join us for a delightful hour of varied musical selections.

scan0001Elvis 020Tuesday December 16th 7:00 pm Graubner
WWII is usually seen through the eyes of the victors and yet there was another side; the side of the enemy. Come join us on December 16th, 2014 and enjoy a rare chance to meet one of the men who fought against us. Heinz Anger served as a German paratrooper from 1943 to 1945 fighting in Monte Cassino and other large battles. Here what it was like for a German soldier to train, to fight and to try to win the War for his country.
This program will be hosted by Steve Mrozek; an expert WWII historian and friend of Heinz.  Questions and Answer session to follow.  No Registration required.

419225_10150654402735071_930551297_nThursday December 18th 2:00 pm – 8 pm Graubner
Afraid of needles? You are not alone. Many people share that fear but find that they can still give blood. What most say is that the slight initial pinch pales in comparison to the feeling of accomplishment they get at the end of a successful donation! Focus on the lives you may be helping to save by donating blood. By giving a single pint of blood you may help save as many as three lives. You will feel just a slight pinch and it’s over in seconds. The difference you can make may last a lifetime. So come on out to the library or make an appointment. It’s that easy to save a life!
To register for an appointment call the Graubner Library (586)752-0603 opt. 4 or go to

Letterhead 2x2The Museum Adventure Pass (MAP) presented by The Library Network is back!  Beginning May 24th library users with a valid library card can visit to check out and print a free or reduced price admissions pass to one of the 70+ participating cultural institutions. For more information, please speak with a librarian.

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