Please register for adult programs at the Adult Reference Desk, call 429-5450, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for a printable program flyer.
Wednesday Night Book Group - Meets at 7 pm in the Brecon Room; newcomers are always welcome! The Book Group will resume in August.
October 8 - Longbourn by Jo Baker
November 12 - Five Days Left by Julie Lawson Timmer
Europe by Bus Tour
Sunday, October 19, 2-3 pm.
Have you ever wanted to see Europe but worried about your language skills, getting lost, lodging or how to control costs? A European bus trip is the fun and easy answer. Janet Sutherland has toured twenty three European countries on 18 different bus trips and will explain choosing a trip, choosing a company and what to expect from this terrific way to explore Europe. Janet is not employed in any aspect of the travel industry. Registration requested.
Women’s Prisons in Michigan
Wednesday, October 22, 7-8 pm.
Historian and archivist Joe Oldenburg presents fascinating facts and tales about two women’s prisons, Scott Correctional Facility in Plymouth and Detroit House of Correction, now closed. Registration requested.
Author Event with Julie Lawson Timmer and K.A. Barson
Thursday, October 23, 6:30-8:30 pm.
Debut authors Julie Lawson Timmer (Five Days Left "Authentic and powerful story" from a starred review from Kirkus Reviews) and K.A. Barson (45 Pounds, More or Less called "deliciously relatable, with a lot of laughter on the side" by Rita Garcia-Williams) will read from their books, discuss the writers’ process, and answer questions from the audience. Books will be available for signing.
Get Your Home Ready to Sell
**New Date and Time** Sunday, October 26, 2-3 pm.
Increase your home's value with tips from real estate professional Melissa VanDam. Registration requested.
Amelia Earhart in Michigan
Wednesday, November 5, 7-8 pm.
Amelia Earhart visited Michigan more than 25 times! Discover her life and adventures in a visual presentation by historians Al and Dave Eicher. Registration requested.
International Games Day @ SDL
Saturday, November 15, 2014, 12:00-4:30 pm Libraries across the world are devoting this day to gaming! Join us for some tabletop fun for teens and adults. Bring your own board games to share or try one of ours. Registration requested.
Thursday, November 20, 6-8:30 pm
Bring your crafts and settle in for a movie. Join us as we watch a classic, chat and maybe even get some projects finished. Knitting, crochet and any (not too messy) handicrafts are welcome. Registration requested.
Sunday, November 16, 2-4 pm.
Experience the art and technique of calligraphy with a hands-on workshop by expert Scott Wettlaufer. Registration required.
Let’s Go Green
Wednesday, November 19, 7-8 pm.
Learn about alternative energy, fracking, rain barrels, and other environmental issues with Gerald Hasspacher of The Southeast Michigan Group of the Sierra Club. Registration requested.
Computer and eBook Classes
Digital Books, Movies and More
Wednesday, October 29, 7:00-8:30 pm (Computer Lab)
You can get books, audiobooks, music, movies and magazines online for free through the Saline District Library with your library card. Learn how to access all of these services through a computer, smartphone or tablet. Registration required.
Thursday, November 13, 7:00-8:30 pm
(Computer Lab) Learn tips and tricks for getting the best deals online. Find the right websites and apps to make shopping a little more stress-free this holiday season. Some internet browsing experience required. Registration required.