Cheese Making Workshop with Michigan Folk School

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Join home cheesemaker, Julia Gold, and find out how easy it is to make fantastic soft cheeses at home. You will discuss and sample cheeses that can be cultivated right in your own kitchen. You will take home some supplies and the knowledge to get you started making your own homestead cheese. While this is an introduction you can easily build upon this knowledge to create many additional varieties of cheese, including hard cheese. Ages 18 and up. Registration Required

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Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes with David Trotter

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David Trotter is a renowned shipwreck discoverer, deep diver author, lecturer and photographer. His shipwreck discoveries and programs have been featured on television and in newspapers throughout the U.S. and Canada. Join us Tuesday June 28 at 7:00 PM as David shares some of his most interesting discoveries.

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Join us April 28 at 7:00 PM as LEAVE A LEGACY presents an informative evening on how individual donors can make a lasting impact on the organizations they support. LEAVE A LEGACY Southeast Michigan is a nine-county wide campaign encouraging people to name non-profit organizations in their wills. LEAVE A LEGACY speaker, Kris Kelly, will provide information on charitable giving and share donor stories.

Join us as we celebrate the 2016 Canton Book Project book givers with a book distribution reception. These dedicated book lovers have the opportunity to share the love of reading by distributing books of their choice to others in the community. Help us promote and celebrate reading in our community; light refreshments will be served. April 14 at 7:00 PM.

Tea from China

In celebration of this year's "Everyone's Reading" title, Shanghai Girls by Lisa See, we are proud to present "Tea from China" with Barb Gulley, of Barb's Tea Service. The program includes a presentation on the origins of tea and the Chinese tea ceremony and will follow with a tea tasting of several Chinese teas. Join us April 17 at 1:00 PM. Registration is required.

Join us for a live musical performance featuring the Plymouth Canton Jazz Ensemble. Sunday April 24 at 2:00 PM

The Miracle League of Plymouth is a charitable organization that provides children with disabilities an opportunity to play baseball as a team member in an organized league. Join us for an informational and inspirational evening as representatives of this organization highlight the organizations accomplishments and outline ways to participate. March 15 at 7:00 PM.

When she was just five years old, Sharina was the victim of a shooting. This event left her unable to walk for the rest of her life. More importantly, however, it was the beginning of the unveiling of Sharina’s purpose in life; to inspire others to reach their greatest potential. Join us for an inspirational evening as we welcome Ms. Jones, March 24 at 7:00 PM.

Canton Book Project

Is there a book you know and love? A title you find yourself recommending over and over again? Maybe it changed your life or your outlook. And maybe it could make a difference to someone else. 

The Canton Book Project is your chance to share your love of reading by giving out books to people in this community who, for whatever reason, don't read for pleasure or own books. Applications are being accepted from members of the community interested in being book givers. Book givers will have the opportunity to share the love of reading by distributing a book of their choice to other members of the community. Readers of all ages are encouraged to apply and books can be of any reading level.

By applying to be a Canton Book Project book giver you agree, if selected, to:

Attend the Canton Book Project Reception and Distribution Night on April 12, 2016
Give out all of your books by April 30, 2016
Seek out those who don’t regularly read as recipients of your books
Allow your image and name to be used by the library for promotion about this program

Use this link to get the application, which is due by 6:00 PM on March 4, and click here for tips and guidelines.

Selected book givers will be announced March 25, 2016.

buffalo solidiers

African-Americans have fought in military conflicts since colonial days. However, the Buffalo Soldiers, comprised of former slaves, freemen and Black Civil War soldiers, were the first to serve during peacetime. During the Westward movement these soldiers were responsible for escorting settlers, cattle herds, railroad crews and building the infrastructure needed for new settlements to flourish. Join us April 20 at 7:00 PM as we welcome James H. Mills of the Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Center. Mr. Mills will share the history of these legendary African American U.S. Army regiments.