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Featured Programs and Book Clubs

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Book Clubs

Books and brews logo Books & Brews Book Club
Join us at The Drafting Table for lively conversation while we discuss books from an eclectic list of authors. This month's book is The Women of the Copper Country by Mary Doria Russell. Ebooks and eAudiobooks are available on Overdrive. Physical copies of the book are available at the Information Desk. Space is limited. Registration required.
Mystery and Mayhem Book Club logo Mystery & Mayhem Book Club
Join us for an hour of sleuthing as we discuss this month's book, A Study in Scarlet Women by Sherry Thomas at the library. The library has copies of the book available in print and large print. Ebooks and eAudiobooks are available on Overdrive and hoopla. No registration required.

Marney Keenan "Snow Killer" Presentation and Q&A

Marney Keenan "Snow Killer" Presentation and Q&A

Journalist and author Marney Keenan will present information on the 1970s Snow Killings case which her book The Snow Killings: Inside the Oakland County Child Killer Investigation is about. Q & A will follow this 30 minute presentation. Registration required for this ADULT program.

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