Munising School Public Library
October 18, 2017
By: Amanda Draves and Raelene O. Reilly
Monday-Thursday 10am to 8pm
October 19 at 12:00 p.m. Fruit & Veggie Smoothies with Vicki Ballas - Fruits and vegetables provide 24 different nutrients and fiber that your body needs every day….are you getting enough? Join us to sample these tasty treats. Bring your own favorite ingredients or select what is on hand to make a truly unique smoothie.
October 19 at 6:00 p.m. AlgerWrites – Writers of all genres and ages get together to share, discuss, and learn.
October 23 at 10:30 a.m. StoryTime - Children's stories, snacks, and little crafts. This is a perfect opportunity for kids ages 1-5 to get out of the house for some playtime and socialization.
October 24 at 6:30 p.m. Michigan Logging & Lumbering Program - Documentary Filmmakers Al and Dave Eicher of Program Source International will be on hand for a lecture entitled “Logging and Lumbering in Michigan”. The lecture will last approximately one hour with a question and answer period to follow. Their efforts in preserving town histories and Michigan events includes the creation of over 25 documentaries and, eventually, this lecture series. Join us for an evening of Michigan History!
October 23-27 is READ-A-THON week. Teens register for this week-long contest, the winning grade gets a pizza party! Inquire at the library for more details.
October 25 at 10:30 a.m. AlgerRoots - Searching for Ancestors? Join the geneology group to learn how to begin. Ancestry.com is free for you to use in the Library. Also check out our other links to genealogical research pages on the Internet by visiting the Geneological links p age which is updated on a regular basis.
NEW BOOKS : Al Franken, Giant of the Senate , by Al Franken
“This is a book about an unlikely campaign that had an even more improbable ending: the closest outcome in history and an unprecedented eight-month recount saga, which is pretty funny in retrospect. It's a book about what happens when the nation's foremost progressive satirist gets a chance to serve in the United States Senate and, defying the low expectations of the pundit class, actually turns out to be good at it. It's a book about our deeply polarized, frequently depressing, occasionally inspiring political culture, written from inside the belly of the beast…”