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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 Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict. Physical copies of the book are available at the Information Desk. Ebooks and eAudiobooks are available on Overdrive and Hoopla. No registration required.
Between the Lines Book Club title with multi-colored stack of books Between the Lines Book Club
Join us for an hour of eclectic reads and discussion as we discuss this month's book Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro at the library. The library has copies of the book available in print and large print; eBooks and eAudiobooks are available on Download Destination. No registration required.

Michigan Beer: A Heady History

Michigan Beer: A Heady History

Author Patti F. Smith will present about the history of Michigan beer, just in time for Oktoberfest! Registration required for this adult event.

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