Nguyen and her family left Vietnam in 1975, and relocated to Michigan. Stealing Buddha's Dinner is a memoir of the author's childhood and experiences of assimilation into American culture. This is Nguyen's only appearance in the Detroit area; and her presentation is not to be missed.
A get-together to play some card, board, or other games in casual company. Farkle, Apples to Apples, decks of cards, and a few other games will be provided; though you're welcome to bring your own. Refreshments and giveaways are tentative.When: Wednesday, September 23rd, 6:30-8:45PM
In the CPL Community Room
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National Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from mid-September through mid-October each year. The resources in this Special Collection provide an introduction to the culture, identity and direction of the diverse population that is Hispanic.
Arte Latino: Treasures From the Smithsonian American Art Museum by Jonathan Yorba: This book documents 50 Latino artists from the U.S. and Puerto Rico as they explore their identity and influence on U.S. culture over the past two centuries through various media.
Margery Allingham's Albert Campion
Carolyn Hart's Henrie O'
M. C. Beaton's Agatha Raisin
America's longest running antique car show fills the grounds of Greenfield Village with the sights, sounds, and smells of hundreds of authentic vehicles from the 1890s through 1932. Enjoy a self-guided tour, attend a presentation, talk to proud car owners, or just sit back and watch the parade of cars go by. Old Car Festival is free to members and free with Greenfield Village admission.
Author Stieg Larsson, who was born in Sweden, completed three novels and submitted them shortly before his death in 2004. The Girl who Kicked the Hornet's Nest is the last book of this talented author. He's not for the faint-hearted. Agatha Christie fans should probably pass by or be prepared to have their heart rates go up.