Events for the Week of July 21:

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

2 pm:  To the Library and Beyond Tuesday: Volcanologist Dr. Sarah Hanson from Adrian College will talk about volcanoes both on plant Earth and on other planets.  She’ll show us how volcanoes work using a popular candy and soft drink. 

4-5:30 pm: Bricks and Blips: Come create with the library’s LEGO brick collection or play LEGO Worlds and other Switch games! 6 pm: Tuesday Twilight Theater: A Pumpernickel’s hot dog and chips, Minnie’s popcorn, punch, prizes, and Hidden Figures (Rated PG). 

 

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

11 am: Stellar StoryTime: Water: For toddlers and pre-schoolers

1:30 pm:  Shooting Star Craft and Sunray Catcher Baskets (10 and under).

3:30 pm:  Glow in the Dark Bouncy Balls and Use the Force Science (for kids 11 and up).

Please register by Monday, July 22, for crafts programs.

 

Thursday, July 25, 2019

2 pm: Take Me to Your Reader Thursday: Make some out-of-this-world moves dancing with Chloe Whiting Stevenson! 

4-5:30 pm: Bricks and Blips: Come create with the library’s LEGO brick collection or play LEGO Worlds and other Switch games! 6:30 pm: Documentary Screening (with The Lenawee Barn Quilt Trail):Pieced Together documents the story of how one woman’s love for her mother changed the American landscape.  Co-sponsored by the Lenawee Barn Quilt Trail.

 

Friday, July 26, 2019

1 pm: Fireball Friday Film: Lena’s pizza, Minnie’s popcorn, punch, prizes and The Jetsons Movie (Rated G).

 


Registration open for all remaining summer events!

Registration for all remaining summer events (including Taste the State: Introduction to Homebrewing) is now open.  Come by the library or call 517-486-2858.   While the time as passed to register for the reading challenges, you still have time to complete the challenge if you have already registered.  Please turn in all reading statistics by August 2 at 5 pm to claim your free book and enter all the end-of-the-year grand prize drawings.

Keeping Up with the Library!

Don't be disappointed that you missed a new library program or the launch of a new service.  Stay in the know.  The best way to keep up with all the goings-on at the library is by following us on Facebook.  We're also on Twitter and Instagram, have a weekly column in the Advance, and our programs are included in the Blissfield Report at 12:30 pm every Friday on WLEN.  Of course, you can always call the library at 517-486-2858 or email info@blissfieldlibrary.org with any questions.  

Did You Know...

Library Auditorium...that the Library's auditorium is available to rent?  It's true.  Auditorium rental includes seating for 80, dining and buffet tables, a kitchen, and use of the library's public restrooms.  You can even rent it when the library isn't open.  The space is great for celebrations of all types: birthdays, graduations, baby showers, and other gatherings.  Businesses can rent the space for meetings, trainng sessions, and other activities that do not include selling products or services. Rental fees begin at $75 for up to five hours if the contract is signed by a resident of the library service area and $100 if outside the service area. Call the library at 517-486-2858 to reserve the space or with any questions.

Meet Our Guests

picture of the Beholder puppet The library welcomes the puppet artistry of Peg Whiting for display in the library's main reading room.  The Beholder and Five dragon puppets are from the recent Adrian College production of She KIlls Monsters, directed for the stage by Chloe Whiting Stevenson.  We don't know how long we can keep them, so make sure to stop by soon to take a look.

picture of dragon puppets