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Upcoming Programs & Events

Do you want to meet interesting people? Believe that some books just need to be discussed? Want to read interesting books you might otherwise not read?

Join us on the following Tuesday mornings from 10:30 am - noon because sometimes it's just fun to chat about a book. Copies of the book selections will be available for checkout at the library for several weeks prior to the discussion.
Book Club - Fiction

Discussion Date: March 13, 2018
Reading Selection: Nine Women, One Dress by Jane Rosen
Genre: Single women, dresses, man-woman relationships

Discussion Date: April 10, 2018
Reading Selection: How to Find Love in a Bookshop by Veronica Henry
Genre: Bookstores, fathers & death, love stories

Discussion Date: May 8, 2018
Reading Selection: Appaloosa by Robert B. Parker
Genre: Ranchers, western stories

Book Club - Nonfiction

Discussion Date: March 27, 2018
Reading Selection: Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
Genre: Terminal care, critical care medicine, quality of life

Discussion Date: April 24, 2018
Reading Selection: Nothing is Impossible by Christopher Reeve
Genre: Actors – biography, quadriplegics

Discussion Date: May 22, 2018
Reading Selection: The Radium Girls by Kate Moore
Genre: Watch dial painters, radium paint–toxicology, WW I–women workers


Why join Genealogy 101? To find answers to the basic question of where do I come from, to validate family stories, historical events, trace land ownership,  preserves your family’s culture, prove lineage,  help one to understand their namesake through family letters and diaries.

Meets from 10:30 am - Noon on the following Thursdays:

February 15th, March 15th, April 19th

No registration required.

Memoir Writing Class

with Cecilia Bouchard
Meets from 1 -3 pm on the following Thursdays:

February 15th, March 22nd, April 19th

Everybody has a unique story to tell. By creating a written narrative you offer a rich legacy for future generations.

No registration required.

 Sit 'n Knit Group

Meets every Monday from 10 am - 1 pm.

Bring a project to work on and join a group of crochet and knitting enthusiasts!

No registration required.


Resources for Professional Development
Searching for employment? Need help polishing your resume or updating your cover letter? offers job seekers live, one-on-one help from professional career tutors online.   Any community member with a library card can access the service from the library or right from home from any computer or mobile device connected to the Internet. Live, online career tutoring and resume writing service is available and is completely free for library card holders in our community.

Job seekers work with professional tutors in a supportive and encouraging environment for help with job searching, resume writing, interview preparation and much more. The Career Center also includes 24/7 access to resources such as resume templates, cover letter samples, and online job search tools – even local open job listings. 

Visit the Career Center today! 


Are you looking for opportunities to give back to the community Volunteer Opportunities are available with the following local community organizations:

New Baltimore Farmer's Market 
Forgotten Harvest
Henry Ford Macomb Volunteer
Humane Society of Macomb
Macomb County Volunteer Opportunities
The Parade Company (Metro Detroit Events)
The Red Cross
The Salvation Army  
The United Way

Volunteer Match