The Big Read at Cromaine Library continues with several more special guests this week. Follow the links below for easy sign up on our Cromaine calendar. All of these events lead up to our visit from Mark Twain on Monday, April 30 at the Hartland Music Hall! Reserve your seat today!
Monday, April 16 at 6:30 pm Have you ever thought of starting a hobby? Chuck Hirchert will be here to share his knowledge. He will provide a beginning stamp album and packet of stamps. If you have a stamp collection, bring it along! For all ages. Registration - Village.
Michigan printer Thomson-Shore was awarded the first printing of Mark Twain's autobiography. Going from a company laying off employees to working around the clock, President Kevin Spall says his employees are "simply joyous." What is involved in printing a 100 year old manuscript? Hear Mr. Spall discuss the "honor" of printing Mark Twain's autobiography and the shape of the book printing industry as it stands today. Register - Village.
Tuesday, April 17 at 7:00 pm Join this active writing group for tips--members are published as well as writing for pleasure, in all genres. Register - Crossroads.
Big Read Book Chat at Tim Horton's Wednesday, April 18 at 9:30 am Come to Tim Horton's for coffee and a chat about Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain and The Big Read! Drop-in - Tim Hortons, 10833 Highland Rd, Hartland, MI
Bring your kids, 3rd grade and up, to Village Manor to talk with and hear stories from some of the Village's residents. Let your kids hear what it was like "back in my day!" Before color TV, video games and ereaders. Register - Village Manor Retirement.
Hunger Is No Game!
Drop your non-perishable food items off until April 30 at Cromaine in the Village or the Crossroads Branch, as part of Livingston Reads 2012.
All six Livingston County libraries will be collecting food items for Gleaners Food Bank. Collect the most for Cromaine! Show how generous our community is to others! Thank you!