Get together with other kids and talk about a fantastic book. Online registration begins February 5 or February 7. After you’re registered, visit the Children’s Information Desk to check out a copy of the book. Please register for only one book club per month.
February 19, 5pm: Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
February 21, 1pm: Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days by Stephen Manes
All handcrafters of all skill levels are welcome. If you'd like to learn how, bring some needles and yarn and chances are someone will be happy to teach you. Bring your works-in-progress and your finished objects to show off! Knit Night is a casual, friendly evening, so drop in for some good conversation and handcrafting.
Workshop 2: Did you know that Earth is a planet, and that we share our Sun with neighboring planets? Find out what makes something a planet, and learn all about the planets in our Solar System. Online registration begins January 24.
Saturday, February 7 at 3pm
Read a book and then get together with other kids to talk about it and to do some fun activities. Register online beginning January 24 or January 29, then come to the Children’s Desk to check out a copy of the book.
February 7, 1pm: My Dog the Dinosaur by Jackie French
February 12, 5pm: The Chocolate Touch by Patrick Catling
We invite families with children ages 1-5 years old to join us for a half hour program to share some great books and fingerplays. Registration not required.
Saturdays at 11am through February 21st
This is a perfect opportunity to give your bedroom a personal touch with a decorated pillow. Bring all your great ideas, we will supply the materials. Registration is required.
Join us every Tuesday at 7pm and Wednesday at 10am through February 18.
It's not too late to sign up for this month's Tween Book and Pizza!
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
February 12, 7 p.m.
If you enjoyed the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books by Jeff Kinney, you’ll love this program.
Master downloading an eBook or eAudiobook from the library’s growing digital collection. Prerequisite: Web navigation skills.
Learn to use data, graphics and charts, and how to customize toolbars in MS 2007 version. Prerequisite: Excel I or equivalent.
Ideal for mature students heading back to the classroom. Explore many of the online resources for your classroom and informational needs. Learn to find books, newspaper articles, magazine or journal articles and more. For this program only, online registration begins January 14. Non-Canton Public Library cardholders may register by phone at 734-397-0999. Prerequisite: Mouse and keyboarding skills.
An introduction to basic word processing. Learn to create text, format, print and save in MS 2007 version. Prerequisite: Mouse and keyboarding skills.
Enhance a document by learning to add tables, headers and footers as well as symbols in MS 2007 version. Prerequisite: MS Word I or equivalent.
Learn to create text boxes, multiple columns, column breaks, and manipulate paragraphs to make a newsletter using MS 2007 version. Prerequisite: MS Word I or equivalent.
An orphan raised in Chile, by a Victorian spinster and her rigid brother, young, vivacious Eliza Sommers follows her lover to California during the Gold Rush of 1849—a danger-filled quest that will become a momentous journey of transformation.
An old rancher reluctantly takes in his estranged daughter-in-law, Jean, and granddaughter, Griff. Mark Spragg tells the story of a complex, prodigal homecoming.
This fast-paced class gives hints on how to use timesaving features such as format styles, drop caps, shortcuts, auto text, auto correct, breaks, borders/shading, page setup, synonyms, thesaurus and more. Prerequisite: MS Word I or equivalent.