We have the sort of full summer event schedule planned that folks around here have come to expect.  This year's theme is A Universe of Stories and we'll have lots of space-related activities to keep everyone busy this summer. All events are free and open to the public, unless registration is required!
June 18th

Summer Blast-Off Event: NASA Space Food @ 2pm
(this event is at the American Legion in Blissfield, located at 451 High St.)
Star Wars: A New Hope (rated PG) as a part of Tuesday Twilight Theater @ 6pm
(free Minnie's popcorn and a hot dog from Pumpernickel's!)
June 19th
Kids Craft: Toy Story Alien Craft & Space Headbands @ 1:30pm
(please register by Monday, June 17th)
Teen Craft: Moon Gardens and Moon Gazers @ 3:30pm
(please register by Monday, June 17th)

June 20th
Outer Space: Near and Far as part of Take Me To Your Reader Thursdays @ 2pm
Bricks and Blips @ 4pm

June 21st
Escape From Planet Earth (rated PG) as part of Fireball Friday Films @ 1pm
(free Minnie's popcorn and Lena's pizza!)

Summer Reading Program registration continues through July 18.

Registration for Summer Reading Challenges will begin June 3. Registration will remain open through July 18.  Registration for summer events that require registration will open no later than two weeks prior to each event.  

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