Friday, July 20, 2018
Printable Calendar
Never miss your favorite programs and events - print our monthly events in the form of a calendar you can hang on a wall or fridge!

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The Summer Reading Program
encourages children, youth and
families to read and helps
children maintain reading skills
through the summer.
This year's music theme
will have you moving to
the beat and making noise!

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What's Happening at the Crawford County Library...
There's always something happening at the Crawford County Library. We offer many fun, educational, and enriching programs for patrons of all ages. Various off-site programs reach those unable to travel and bring the library to you! All programs listed are at Devereaux Memorial Library unless otherwise noted. Monthly calendars of events are available at the circulation desk of your local branch, or print the list below using our printable link.

Calendar of Events

July Library Events

New this month…

Barn Quilts (Summer Reading Art Program)     Tuesday, July 3rd at 3:30 pm
Learn what barn quilts are and how to make one with a unique pattern. For kids 9 and up, under 9 with an adult.

SRP: Wooden Wind Chimes with Tom and John!     Thursday, July 5th at 3:30 pm
Make your own wooden wind chimes with Tom and John! These one of a kind instruments use nothing but the breeze to make a unique kind of music. A Summer Reading Program event for families.

Matisse Egg Sculptures (Summer Reading Art Program)    Tuesday, July 10th at 3:30 pm
Create a colorful paper mache sculpture inspired by the work of artist Henri Matisse!  For kids 9 and up, under 9 welcome with an adult.

SRP: AuSable Dance Center Visit    Thursday, July 12th at 3:30 pm
Have fun learning how to dance to the music with local instructors from AuSable Dance Center! Families welcome.

Writer’s Workshop   Thursday, July 12th at 5:00 pm
Are you a writer looking for a place to share your work with likeminded individuals? If you are struggling to keep writing, you are not alone. Try these monthly meetings to inspire, share, and collaborate in poetry and prose!

Eric Carle Painting (Summer Reading Art Program)     Tuesday, July 17th at 3:30 pm
Learn the painting techniques of famous author and illustrator Eric Carle. For kids 9 and up, under 9 with an adult.

SUMMER READING PROGRAM FINALE!     Thursday, July 19th at 3:30 pm
The “Libraries Rock!” Summer Reading Program wraps up with prizes and an ice cream social! Bring your completed incentive pages for more drawing entries and join in the fun.


Regular Programs

Genealogy Group     Every Monday from 9:00am-12:00 pm
Collaborate with others to chart your family tree and delve into other historical research at Genealogy Group.

Let’s Get Fit!     Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:00 pm
Join our hour long, low impact, adult exercise program designed with beginners and seniors in mind! Improve mind and body with easy chair exercises, stretching, and simple yoga moves. Please wear comfortable clothing.

Story Hour     Every Wednesday at 11:15 am
Have some fun with stories, songs, crafts, and snacks at Story Hour for preschool children and their caregivers. No sign up required, just drop in!

Sit & Knit     First Thursday and Third Tuesday of the Month
Work on knitting, crocheting, and other fiber art projects in a friendly, relaxed setting at Sit & Knit twice each month. July dates: Thursday the 5th @ 10:00am and Tuesday the 17th @ 5:00pm.

Tea and Tech Time     Every Tuesday through Friday
Make yourself a hot beverage and let the library help you one-on-one with your laptop, tablet, eReader, or phone questions! Call 989-348-9214 to make an appointment with staff available every Tuesday through Friday.

CCLS Book Club     Tuesday, July 31st at 5:00 pm
Join adults in the community for a friendly discussion of the book of the month. The July selection features any favorite title in honor of The Great American Read. Share what you love about your chosen book and to learn about many other great reads.

Crawford County Library 2018  *  All programs at Devereaux Memorial Library unless otherwise noted.