Here's a look at some of the offerings from the Saline District Library.
ASTRONOMY: HUBBLE'S HOT 100
Monday, August 8, 7-8 pm. Glowing gas clouds, exploding stars, and ancient galaxies! Join EMU physics instructor and Saline native Jesse Mason for a guided tour as we explore the Hubble Space Telescope’s 100 best images. Weather permitting, there will be a telescope-aided tour of the night sky afterwards. For ages 10 through adult. Registration requested.
COLORING FOR ADULTS
Tuesday, August 9, 1- 2:30 pm. Coloring isn’t just for kids! Join us for a relaxing, stress-free afternoon of coloring designs while listening to a book on CD or relaxing music. Coloring pages, colored pencils, and gel pens will be provided. Registration requested.
PAGE TURNERS BOOK CLUB
Tuesday, August 9, 2-2:45 pm. Readers entering grades 5-7 are welcome to join our book discussion group. This month's title isThe BFG by Roald Dahl. Registration is required and books are available in the Youth Department.
MING THE MAGNIFICENT
Wednesday, August 10, 6:30-7:15 pm. Please join us for a marvelously magical end to the summer! Ming Louie has created a unique act that combines the magic of music, dance and illusion. No registration required.
END OF SUMMER READING PARTY WITH SALINE FIDDLERS PHILHARMONIC
Friday, August 12, 3-5 pm. Celebrate the end of Summer Reading with ice cream and a performance by the Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic!
DROP-IN TECH HELP
Monday, August 22, 1:30-2:30 pm. Join us for our monthly class. This month: Have questions about Microsoft products, downloadable library materials, or other tech issues? Reference Librarian Karrie Waarala will be on hand to answer your questions and help out. No registration required!
ON DISPLAY: STORYBOOK QUILTS FROM
THE GREATER ANN ARBOR QUILT GUILD (GAAQC)
GAAQC is a non-profit organization staffed entirely by volunteers. The Guild was established in 1989 and is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of the art of quilting, patchwork, appliqué, and related fiber arts. The Guild sponsors workshops, lectures, displays, and projects. The Guild also engages in charitable efforts in support of SafeHouse Center, the Washtenaw County domestic violence shelter. In addition to the lovely quilts, we have displayed the matching titles and other books about quilting to pique your interest.