Sit and Knit
April 12, May 10, 4:00 pmSit and Knit is a wonderful opportunity for everyone who loves to do needlecrafts to come together to give aid, chat, swap patterns, and connect with other crafters. Knitting is NOT required; if you crochet, cross stitch, or do any other kind of stitching, join us! Everyone from the seasoned pro to the wobbly beginner is welcome.
Read 2 a Dog
April 2, 6:00 pm
Prepare for a 'tail wagging' reading extravaganza as Rein the Dog and her dad help us 'paw' our way to becoming better readers. It's not 'ruff!' All you have to do is sign up for one of the 15 minute sessions, grab a book, cuddle up and read! Reading to Rein can help your child gain more confidence in his or her reading ability and change reading from a chore to a delight!
Call 810-724-8043 to register.
Spring Computer Classes
March, April, & MayThe spring is a perfect time to learn some new computer skills! Click here to see a full list of our spring 2018 computer classes.
Registration is required for all classes. Please call 810-724-8043 to sign up.
Toddler Block Party
March 27, April 23, 11:00 amParents and toddlers are welcome to 'raise the roof' at Block Party! It may seem like just fun and games, but there's actually quite a bit of learning that goes on -- like problem solving, imagination, motor and social skills, and so much more. Feel free to just drop in; we have blocks and fun in abundance!
Easter Egg-stravaganza: March 30
Egg Coloring 11:00 am - 3:00 pm, Egg Hunt 5:00 - 6:30 pmWe have great egg-spectations that you will have an egg-cellent time at the Easter Egg-stravaganza! Stop by the library from 11:00 am - 3:00 pm for egg decorating: you bring the eggs and we'll clean up the mess! But the fun doesn't stop there: stick around for the egg-ceptional egg hunt, starting at 5:00 pm. Every child will leave with a treat!
April 14, 1:00 pmPresenter Floyd Andrick has personally talked to fourteen survivors of the Titanic sinking, and will share their stories at this special event. His presentation includes the construction of the ship, the collision with the iceberg, the sinking, and its aftermath. There will also be a display of Titantic items and memorabilia from Mr. Andrick's collection.
Spring Fever Crafts
April 26, 5:00 - 7:00 pmOne of the best parts of spring is the return of all the colors: birds, bugs, leaves, and best of all, flowers! Crafters of all ages are welcome to swing by the library to color a flower pot and/or paint a birdhouse that will be displayed around downtown Imlay City and in the butterfly garden throughout the summer!
National Library Week
April 8 - 14This week is a time to celebrate the contributions of our nation's libraries and librarians and to promote library use and support. This year's event, themed "Libraries Lead," is extra special: it's the 60th anniversary of the first National Library Week, which started in 1958.
All week there will be free bookmarks and a bookmark contest, and visitors are invited to pick out a free book from the book sale cart.
Thank you for supporting your local library!
Spring is full of fresh events at the library! Click here to see the newsletter, or pick up a copy at the front desk.
State and Federal Tax Forms and InstructionsCLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT TAX FORM UPDATE FROM THE IRS
The 2017 tax season officially began on January 29th. At this time, the library has received the following:
1040 Forms and Instructions
1040 EZ Forms
1040 A Forms and Instructions
MI-1040 CR-7 Forms and Instructions (Home Heating Credit)
MI-1040 Forms and Instructions
Other or additional forms and instructions may be printed at the library for $.10 a page.
To search and access current state tax forms, please click here to open the Michigan Department of Treasury website.
To search and access current federal forms, please click here to open the IRS website.
For information on free tax preparation for senior citizens, please click here.