Events

Programs with fees must register in person at the circulation desk. Class fees are non-refundable. Age requirement of 15 years and up unless otherwise indicated. All programs begin promptly at time indicated. Non-fee programs can be registered using the register link below the program date.

REGISTRATION BEGINS January 6, 2014.

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Come read to Shadow the Therapy Dog

First and Third Wednesdays of the month between 4-5pm beginning January 15

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Have a struggling reader? Schedule a reading time with Shadow the Therapy Dog! Children are able to practice their reading skills & build their self-esteem in a non-judgemental & supportive manner. Ten minute sessions, first and third Wednesday of the month, between 4-5pm beginning January 15. Call to make an appointment.

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Livingston Reads Film Fest

Wednesdays, @ 6:30pm


April 9: Sabrina, 1954 version
April 16: The Butler Book Discussion
April 23: The Long Walk Home
April 30: The Butler

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Great Decisions (FEE: $19 includes workbook)

Mondays, March 24 to April 14, 1:30pm


Discussion and video will highlight topics of universal interest. Defense Technology, Islamic Awakening, Food & Climate are a few of the topics to be discusses. (book order deadline in March 7)

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Peeps Diorama

March 31 to April 19


1. Think of a scene from a book. Make your diorama using a shoebox or comparable item or reasonable size and keep it clean.
2. Turn in your finished diorama between March 31 to April 5.
3. Dioramas will be voted on by patrons from April 7 to April 19.
4. The top 3 voted dioramas will receive prizes.
5. The one rule is that all the characters in the diorama MUST be played by Peeps (any type of Peep will do).
6. Looking for inspiration? Google 'Peep Diorama'

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Weight Loss Challenge (FEE: $35 due at first class)

Mondays, April 7 to May 19, 6:30pm


Lose weight with a team that provides support on nutrition and sensible eating habits. Private weigh-ins each week.

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Fraud and Identity Theft Protection

Tuesday, April 8, 6:30pm

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U.S. Postal Inspector Sally Palazzalo will offer information you can apply in avoiding scams (lotteries and sweepstakes, charity fraud, check scams) and you will learn how to protect your identity.

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Explore Michigan

Tuesday, April 15, 6:30pm

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Explore Michigan with Barb VanderMolen, author of Discovering Michigan County by County. Her book will be for sale.

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Booksale

Saturday, April 26, 9am


All hardcovers and AV are $1.00 each, softcovers $0.25 or $3.00 for a library provided grocery bag.
Library will begin accepting donations for the sale beginning Saturday, March 29.
Items not accepted: Reader's Digest condensed books, magazines, encyclopedias, text books or anything musty, dirty or damaged. Receipts will be given if requested.

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Kids Craft Fair

Saturday, April 26, 9am - 12pm


Come to the library to view and buy crafts made by the kids of Hamburg Township. Everything will be handmade out of a variety of items such as duct tape, beads, rope, yarn and metal.

Calling all crafters 18 and younger! For more information and an application, contact the library at 810.231.1771 or click here.

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Retirement Mapping

Tuesday, April 29, 6:30pm

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If you are planning on retirement in the next 10 years, this hands-on planning session will help you focus on retirement plans, identify hurdles and brainstorm solutions. This workshop is presented by Richard Truxall of Invest Financial Services.

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Kids Craft Night (AGES 5 - 12)

Wednesday, May 7, 6:30pm

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We'll make a Lollipop Flower Pot. The flowers will make a great gift for parents, grandparents or friends. This program is free, but please pre-register.

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Samurai: Beyond the Sword (AGES 8+)

Saturday, May 3, 11:30am

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Join the DIA (Detroit Institute of Arts) in this rare opportunity to experience the world of the Japanese Samurai. Moving beyond the stereotype of the warrior, the exhibition explores the role of the military arts and the importance of Samurai engagement in cultural, spiritual, and art worlds of their time. There is a lot more to the legendary Japanese Samurai than meets the eye.

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Hamburg Township Library
10411 Merrill Road Box 247
Hamburg, MI. 48139
810.231.1771 (main)
810.231.1520 (fax)
hamb@tln.lib.mi.us

Monday - Thursday: 9am - 8pm
Friday: 12pm - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm