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Georgetown Charter Township Public Library
The 32-Degree Adult Winter Reading Club challenges you to cozy up with a good book and log 32 days of reading between January 1 and February 28. Read 15 minutes or more for 32 days and receive a small prize. Read 10 books to enter the grand prize drawing for a gift card. Entries must be received and prizes must be claimed by Saturday, March 4 at 5 pm. Pick up a reading log beginning December 19.
Georgetown Charter Township Public Library Meeting Room AB
Chat a little, craft a little. Come to the library and chat with other adults. This month we will be making a Light Up Glitter Snowman.
Georgetown Charter Township Public Library Children's Programming Room
Designed for families with children ages birth to 5 years old. Monthly sessions are based on a children's book, with a story, finger plays, crafts, and activities centered around the book. Each family receives a children's book to take home. Child development and reading readiness information are also available for parents.
No pre-registration required.
Georgetown Charter Township Public Library Large Programming Room (Basement)
Sara Hendren is an artist, design researcher, writer, and professor at Olin College of Engineering. She also considers herself a humanist in tech—creating collaborative public art, social design, and writings that reframe the human body and technology.
In her book, What Can a Body Do? How We Meet the Built World, Hendren examines the things we use and spaces we inhabit and calls for society to imagine a better-designed world for all bodies. NPR selected the book as a Best Book of the Year, and it won the Science in Society Journalism book prize.
Her artistic work has been exhibited widely and is held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the Cooper Hewitt Museum. Hendren’s writing and design work have been featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, and NPR. Hendren has also been a fellow at New America and the Carey Institute for Global Good.
The January Series is a FREE 15-day lecture series that takes place each year at...
Georgetown Charter Township Public Library Conference Room
Sign up for a 25 minute slot with our resident tech guru who will answer your questions and walk you through troubles with your devices.
Kids ages 6 - 13 years old are invited to bring a one gallon re-closable storage bag of their own building bricks to the Library. Each child will have 45 minutes to create something around the theme that will be announced that afternoon, or they can free-build!
We do not have LEGOs for everyone, children must bring their own.
New Policy: If you register for a children's program and don't attend (without canceling your registration by the start of the program) twice in a row, you will not be able to register for children's programs for one month. You may stop by at the start of a program to see if there's room and you may still attend drop-in programs.