555 N. Maple Road, Saline, MI 48176 (734) 429-5450 Fax:(734) 944-0600 Mon-Thu 9a-9p Fri-Sat 10a-5p Sun 1p-5p

Please register for adult programs at the Adult Reference Desk, call 429-5450, or email reference@salinelibrary.org. Click here for a printable program flyer.

Book Discussions

Wednesday Night Book Group - Meets monthly at 7 pm in the Brecon Room; newcomers are always welcome! Upcoming Book Discussion titles are:

September 9
When She Woke by Hillary Jordan

October 14
A Man Called Ove by Fredrik Backman

November 11
A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki

Programs

Memoir Writing (NOTE: CLASS IS FULL)
Thursdays, September 10—October 15, 1-2:30 pm. Explore ways to write your personal memoir in a six-week seminar taught by experienced teacher Diane Kimball. Limit 8. 

Art Meets Business
Wednesday, September 16, 6:30-8:30 pm. Join us for free, informal networking sessions featuring speakers on business topics of interest to visual, literary, and performing artists. This month's topic is "Recordkeeping for Artists" by artist and accountant Deb Kolar. Sponsored by the Library and Two Twelve Art Center. Registration requested.

Killing Jimmy Hoffa
Wednesday, September 23, 7-8 pm. Scott Burnstein, author and historian, will present the story of the infamous labor leader who mysteriously vanished in 1975. Registration requested.

ABCs of Literacy Tutoring
Wednesday, September 30, 7-8 pm. Learn about volunteer options with Washtenaw Literacy. You can help change the world, one word at a time! Registration requested.

Growing Up in the "D"
Sunday, October 4, 2-3 pm. Author Cynthia Williams and award-winning photographer Alan Deneau will share stories and pictures of growing up in Detroit in the 1950s and 60s. Williams’ book, Growing Up in the D, will be available for sale. Registration requested.

How Michigan Became a State
Thursday, October 8, 7-8 pm. Discover Michigan’s interesting and complicated journey to statehood with archivist and historian Joe Oldenburg. Registration requested.

Coffee Tasting
Sunday, October 18, 2-3 pm. Learn how to taste and observe the nuances of coffee with Kim and Mike Kaster, owners of Brewed Awakenings Café in Saline. Registration requested.

Art Meets Business
Wednesday, October 21, 6:30-8:30 pm. Join us for free, informal networking sessions featuring speakers on business topics of interest to visual, literary, and performing artists. This month's topic is "Continuity and Change in Contemporary Art Galleries" by River Gallery (Chelsea) owners Patti Schwarz and Deb Greer.Sponsored by the Library and Two Twelve Art Center. Registration requested.

Ghost Hunting
Sunday, October 25, 2 pm. See ghostly pictures and hear spirit voices recorded in Saline and elsewhere by the Ghost Hunters of Southeast Michigan. A local cemetery tour will follow later. Registration requested.

Henry Ford: His Life and Times
Sunday, November 1, 2-3 pm. Learn about Henry Ford’s life, his inventions, his family, and how he changed the world with Russell Dore, automotive history writer. Registration requested.

The Affordable Care Act and You
Thursday, November 12, 7-8 pm. Come and learn about the Affordable Health Care law. Find out what health care options are available through the Marketplace, the Healthy Michigan Plan, or other options. The Marketplace 3rd Open Enrollment Period will be from November 1, 2015 through January 31, 2016. Registration requested.

Art Meets Business
Wednesday, November 18, 6:30-8:30 pm. Join us for a free, informal networking session featuring a speaker on business topics of interest to visual, literary, and performing artists. Sponsored by the Library and Two Twelve Art Center. Registration requested.