Weekly or Monthly Adult Programs:
Evening Book Club: Meets the second Tuesday of every month in the Senior Center. 6:30pm.
Afternoon Book Club: Meets the third Thursday of each month in the Senior Center. 1pm
Mystery Book Club: Meets the second Saturday of each month in the Library. 10:30am
Not Your Parents Book Club: Meets on the last Tuesday of each month at Nick’s 22nd Street Steakhouse 7pm. Special Notice: the October 29 meeting will be held at the Hamlin Pub at 55076 Van Dyke Avenue.
Writers Group: Meets each Thursday in the Game Room. 6:00pm.
Adult Programs at the Library
The Power of Doing Good: October 9, 7pm Library Atrium Lara Shovlin, Founder and Executive Director of the Shelby Township charitable organization Helping Hands Gifts will visit the library to talk about the many ways helping others helps you as well as helping your community and society. She shares great ideas on how you can give do good no matter your income level or busy lifestyle. No registration required.
Born Under a Good Sign October 16, 8-9:30 Cafeteria Registration required. Seating begins at 7:30.
Kristy Robinett, Psychic-Medium. Kristy returns to the Shelby Township Library, this time to talk the subject of her upcoming book, Born Under a Good Sign, the zodiac. As we explore the Zodiac, Kristy will provde clarity and practical solutions when understanding the energy of each sign.
Trivia Night at the Library November 20, 7-8:30 Library Atrium. Come play trivia in a safe and relaxed environment! Feel free to bring a team or drop in on your own and connect with others. Participants compete for prizes by answering a challenging range of questions on pop culture, sports, science, history, etc. Light refreshments will be provided.
Craft Night at the Library: December 11, 7-8:30 Library Atrium. Relax for an evening at the library and go home with a beautiful hand-dyed silk scarf. Give it as a holiday gift or keep it for yourself! No registration, supplies are limited.
The Life and Work of Blessed Solanus Casey. January 8 7pm, Library Atrium. Noted journalist and author Patricia Montemurri will visit the library to discuss her book about the legendary Detroit Capuchin friar and co-founder of the Capuchin Soup Kitchen, who is one step away from being declared a Catholic saint. No registration required.
Palentine’s Day Party: February 12, 7-8:30 Library Atrium, Bring your pals or make new friends at the library as we celebrate Palentine’s Day with snacks, crafts, and music. We’d love to have you join us! No registration required, supplies are limited.