Children ages 4-8, with a caregiver, are invited to share a storytime with an international flavor. Staff from the bookstore As the Page Turns will present stories in a foreign language. Program Date: November 8, 7:00-7:30 PM
Kids and Tweens going into grades K-6, improve your reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to a dog. Sign up for a 10 minute session. Space is limited, on a first come, first serve basis, beginning at 6:25 PM. Program Date: November 7, 6:30-8:30 PM
It's that time of year when 19 million acres of woods slowly explode in a frenzy of color. It's when an entire state is in its annual blaze of glory. It's when autumn arrives in Michigan. And there's no better place to see the dynamic colors of a trillion trees aflame than along our highways, country roads and coastlines. So let's head out to the forests. And let's prepare to be amazed, on the fall color tours of Pure Michigan.
Have you always wondered what it would be like to live in a rainforest? Here's your chance. Children ages 4-9 with their caregivers can enjoy an enchanting rainforest tale, learn about the rainforest and who lives there, enjoy a snack and make a craft. Registration begins October 31, 2011.
Funded by the Target Store Early Childhood Reading Grant and the Friends of the Canton Public Library.
In this program aimed at adults, Karen Patterson, the Humane Educator for the Humane Society of Huron Valley, will discuss a bit about their mission as well as the great programs they offer to help the community and our pets. Some of the issues addressed will be overpopulation, cruelty and of course, pet adoption. Find out how we can all help to save some of our best friends on November 12 at Noon.
The sooner you begin this important goal, the greater you chances of fulfilling the dream. What are your options and where do you start? How has the economy affected you? How do you balance these goals with your other financial priorities? The HANTZGROUP can help you with your plans. Join us on October 20 at 7:00 PM in the Community Room. Bring your questions!
Looking back on our American history is an important subject to review as adults, and teach to our children. History can help us learn from mistakes and make our journey better for the future. Teachers that bring history alive and make it interesting for children are a special breed. Check out the J900 section in the children's department which brings our history alive through various series like American History by Decade or Decades of the 20th Century.
Lunch Lady and the league of librarians by Jarrett J. Krosoczka — Do you ever wonder what your school lunch lady does when she isn't serving you food? Is it possible she has a secret identity? Check out this book for a hilarious look at the secret crime fighting deeds of Lunch Lady and her trusty side-kick, Betty. Enjoy!