Family Game Night

We are celebrating Everyone's Reading with a Family Game Night. The Secrets of Happy Families by Bruce Feiler encourages families to "go out and play." Spending time together, working as a team and having fun creating memories are important elements to a happy family. Let's start at the library by sharing some competition, gamesmanship and cheerleading with family board game night. Bring your own board games or share some of ours. We will even throw in a little snack on October 17 at 7:00 PM.

Medicare 101

Are you thinking of retiring? How will you cover your health care needs once you do retire? Learn the basics of Medicare and how the Affordable Care Act will work with Medicare. Find out about the Medicare Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) from the experts at The Senior Alliance. Please join us on Thursday, September 5 at 7:00 PM for this informative presentation.

Listen @ the Library

The Chamber Music Society of Detroit presents the first in a series of music presentations at the Canton Public Library. The goal of the Society is to "strengthen families through musical outreach in the heart of the community." We will be treated to delightful chamber music performed by very talented musicians. The performance will include interactive demonstrations and lecture which will engage and entertain the audience of all ages. This presentation will be given by Stephen Wogaman, a pianist with the group. Stephen has been a part of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra and Canton (Ohio) Symphony Orchestra and has his doctorate in music from Indiana University School of Music.

Please bring the entire family for an amazing afternoon of memorable music on Saturday, September 21 at 3:00 PM in our Community Room.

Cooking From Your Garden

Kristi Zebrowski will share tips on cooking from your garden. You have a ton of tomatoes, a zillion zucchini, a plethora of peppers - what do you do with all that great, fresh food? Kristi will share delicious secrets for using everything up with little or no waste, and you don't have to sneak your produce on your neighbor's porch in the dead of night. Join us on Thursday, July 25 at 7:00 PM for this helpful evening and to earn your Chow Down badge too!

Letters From Skye

Canton's own Jessica (Turza) Brockmole has made an impressive mark on the book world with her first novel, Letters from Skye. Jessica, a 1996 local grad, has received amazing reviews including a starred Kirkus review, as well as USA Today and Good Housekeeping featured book status. Letters from Skye is a sweeping story told in letters spanning two continents and two world wars. Join us as we welcome one of our own home and celebrate her outstanding novel on Monday, July 22 at 7:00 PM in the Purple Room. Jessica will discuss, sign and sell her book.

Pre-Naturalization Workshop Info Session

Do you plan to attend the Naturalization workshop on July 7? If so, this is a must for you. Ruby Robinson of the Michigan Immigration Center will get you started by telling you why it is important to become a naturalized citizen, what papers you will need to bring to the workshop and what questions you will need to answer. This information session will help you be prepared and make the entire process run smoothly on July 7. Come to the Community Room on June 30 at 2:00 PM and get prepared.

A 1000 Mile Walk on the Beach with Loreen Niewenhuis

Michigan native Loreen Niewenhuis has always had a connection to and deep love of Lake Michigan. She decided to make the 1000 mile trek around the lake and then wrote A 1000 Mile Walk on the Beach: One Woman's Trek of the Perimeter of Lake Michigan. Next, she decided to touch every Great Lake and her second big trek resulted in A 1000 Mile Great Lakes Walk. Loreen will share her fascinating story with us on August 15 at 7:00 PM. She will also sell and sign her books for our enjoyment. Don't miss this one.

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