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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 Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett. 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 on Zoom for an hour of sleuthing as we discuss this month's book, When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain at the library. The library has copies of the book available in print, large print, and audiobooks. Ebooks and audiobooks are also available on Overdrive. This is a virtual event. Please register and a Zoom link will be sent to your email the day before the program.

Retirement Income Planning

Retirement Income Planning

Certified financial planner Sandy Adams will review decisions around retirement income such as Social Security and pensions. The session will cover income needs, future taxes, and other major retirement considerations. Registration required.

All patrons ages 2+ are required to wear a mask to indoor programs. In person programming is subject to change based on COVID-19 levels in Oakland County.

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