Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Fox Hills Country Club in Plymouth Twp.
Lunch included. Seating at 11:30 with lunch at 12 noon.
Tutman is the author of Deadline, a thriller loosely based on her true life experience as a police reporter.
Tickets available at library reception desk for $25 from April 1 to May 4.
Grandparents, bring your grandchildren to Grandparent Fun on Wednesday, April 8 from 10am-11am to enjoy stories, songs, crafts and playtime. This month's theme is Earth Day and gardening. All grandchildren will receive their own special plant to make their world a little greener.
When you visit Molly Wizenberg's blog, Orangette, you will find interesting introspections on food and life, interspersed with beautiful photographs. If this all sounds good, but you don't care so much for the blog format, check out her first book, A Homemade Life.
An introduction to basic word processing. Learn to create text, format, print and save in MS 2007 version. Prerequisite: Mouse and keyboardking skills.
All gardening, craft and hobby books are buy two, get one free.
This is a great opportunity to stock up on the books that make you dream of leisure days in the garden or fashioning that new doodad for your dining table centerpiece.
Come see the great bargains on great books in Secondhand Prose
The recent release of the Marley and Me DVD got me thinking...
If you plan on getting a new dog or already have a pooch that could improve his doggie manners, check our dog training section here at the library. From puppy training to teaching an old dog new tricks we've got a wide selection of books and DVDs to help you better understand and train your dog.
ReferenceUSA database contains 14 million U.S. businesses. You can search them by name, industry, SIC code, yellow page headings, geographic locations and more. Job seekers can research companies, industries, find contact names and addresses. The Residential database lists over 100 million US residents. It's an ideal tool to conduct market research, and locate friends and relatives.
April 1 marks the beginning of a new national observance dedicated to celebrating the diversity that exists within our workplaces, schools and communities.
While YouTube is great for entertaining videos, you have to dig pretty deep to find educational stuff (or know what you're looking for). Below is a short list of educational video sites:
Academic Earth - Selected lectures from top professors at Berkeley, Harvard, MIT, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale. Subjects range from Astronomy to Religion.