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Genealogy Book Club

February 10, 200 pm Meet us as we discuss “Winter Cottage” by  Mary Ellen Taylor Copies of the book are available at the library. OR you can place a hold here. Click here to register.

Growing Perennials from Seed

Virtual – January 3, 6:30 pm Have you ever wished for lavender growing in drifts in your yard, or a stand of beautiful purple coneflowers dancing in the wind? Starting seeds for perennial vegetables, herbs, and flowers allows you to fill your yard with food and beauty for pennies on the dollar over buying container … Continued

Sign up for Talk early literacy notifications!

Did you know singing, talking, and playing with babies and young children builds the skills they need to do well in school? Research shows that when parents and caregivers talk and listen to young children, kids develop the cognitive and language skills they need to do well in school and beyond. TALK sends 8-10 fun … Continued

In Person Notary Service

December 21, 6:00 – 7:00 pm in the Large Study Room John Hogan from Comerica Bank returns to offer evening hours for notary services. Please bring a photo id and do not sign your documents before arrival. No appointment required, first-come, first-served. Masks are required.

Genealogy Christmas Tea

December 21, 1:00 pm Come in out of the cold and enjoy a cup of tea, some sandwiches and cookies. You can bring in a family recipe to share with us. Bring in a copy of the recipe and a few cookies for us to sample! This is not mandatory. You may also bring in … Continued

Watercolor Holiday Card Take-and-Make Craft Kit for Adults

December 6 – 10 Register for a Watercolor Holiday Card Take-and-Make Craft Kit for Adults, available for curbside pickup between Monday, December 6th and Friday, December 10th for the first 24 registered. First registered, first served, as supplies last. Recommended for ages 16+. There is no live virtual LTPL event associated with this kit. A … Continued

Take free classes through MDHHS GetSetUp!

The Library of Michigan Department of Health & Human Services are partnering to support the ability of older Michigan residents to access live, online virtual classes on a variety of topics through GetSetUp. GetSetUp classes include a wide variety of topics including live classes on technology, meditation, brain fitness, art, cooking, financial planning, aging in … Continued

Michigan’s Lonely Hearts Killers

October 27, 7:00 pm February 1949: RCA introduced the first 45rpm record; President Truman began his second term; the first TV soap opera debuted; and the couple who would become infamous as the “Lonely Hearts Killers” arrived in Grand Rapids, Michigan, where they committed a crime that would bring an end to their cross-country crime … Continued

Tracing Your Civil War Ancestors

September 21, 6:30 pm Presenter Jim Jackson Information on soldier’s military experience and later life is available from federal, state and local records.  Some of these records have been reproduced or made available online.  Many useful internet research sites are presented. Registration required, please click here to register. This program will be conducted on Zoom … Continued

Community Document Shredding Event

September 18, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Library Parking Lot, Lyon Township Public Library27005 S. Milford Rd., South Lyon, MI, 48178 Protect your identity and the environment! Back by popular demand, we will once again be hosting a community shredding event. We have partnered with American Data Security, Inc. to provide secure, environmentally-friendly disposal of … Continued