D & D Nite for Teens and Adults

Thursday, July 11th 5:00 PM

Wanted: brave souls to embark on a Dungeon Quest, no experience required!
Those fearless few who choose to join will follow the careful guidance of our DM (Dungeon Master) as he skillfully leads us through character creation and then a simple, fast paced dungeon filled with obstacles, dangers, and adventures galore. Space is limited so reserve your spot today by stopping in or calling 810 724-8043.

Free Fishing Weekend

June 8 and 9

Did you miss it last year? We’ll, happy day, it’s back again! For this weekend, and this weekend only, the State of Michigan will allow fishing without a license. So grab your best fishing buddy and hit the shore, there’s no time like the present!

Fines Forgiveness Day

Thursday, June 20 @ both branches

You forgot? We forgive! Your fines that is! Stop in or call Imlay City at    810 724-8043 or Attica at 810 724-2007 to have your fines waived, start Summer fresh. This amnesty does not apply to lost/damaged materials or the $10 non-refundable debt collection fee.


Summer Reading Program 2019

June 24th - August 9th

Sign up today!

Cameron Zvara

Monday, July 1 @ 6:00 PM

Cameron Zvara is sure to please everyone from the smallest child to the most persnickety teen with his family friendly show jam packed with comedy, magic, juggling, stunts and music! See you there!


Painterly Pottery for Teens & Adults

Monday, July 8 @ 6:30 PM

This program offers a selection of plates, dishes and decorative wall plaques with pre-pressed designs.  Participants will learn optional techniques for painting these textured designs that include moon and space themes. Supplies are limited and this popular program fills fast, so registration is required. Sign up by stopping in or calling 810-724-8043.

Egg Rolls with Ming the Magnificent

Monday, July 15th @ 6:00 PM

Professional magician Ming the Magnificent has also been a chef for over 30 years. At this special event he will be teaching us how to make egg rolls like the ones that were served in his restaurant.  Space is limited so please register by stopping in or calling 810-724-8043.


Apollo Rocket Craft

Tuesday, July 16th @ both branches

50 years ago today at 8:32 AM history was made as the Apollo 11 rocket left earth, heading towards the moon. Today we mark this extraordinary moment with our own Apollo Rockets! Stop by any time during normal operating hours to make your own launch-able rocket!
 

Shark Week @ Your Library

July 22nd - July 26th

We’re diving to the depths of the ocean to celebrate Shark Week! All Selachimorphaphiles (say Sell-lack-key-more-fa-philes, that’s the scientific name for a shark enthusiast!) are welcome to come to stop by anytime during normal operating hours for our jawsome shark themed craft stations, we’re sure you’ll have a fin-tastic time!
 

Shark Bingo

Friday, July 26 @ 1:00 PM

"Bin-go shark doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo, bingo shark doo-doo-doo-doo-doo-doo, BINGO SHARK! 
Come take a bite out of traditional bingo, with a refreshing shark twist! 


Paleo Joe

Monday, August 5th @ 6:00 PM

Did you know that dinosaurs have been in space?! Paleo Joe is going to tell us all about the Maiasauras in 1985, and the Coelophysis Dinosaur on the 1998 mission to the Mir Space Station aboard the Endeavor. With cool stories, interesting facts and lots of hands on experiences this evening is going to be dino-mite! 

Pizza Pies & Starry Skies @ ATTICA BRANCH

Friday, July 9th 6:00 - 11:00 PM

This Summer Reading Program has been stellar and we have a star studded night planned for our finale; pizza, crafts, and the Seven Ponds Astronomy Club! At 6:00 we will serve the pizza and continue to serve it until we run out, between 6:30 & 7:00 we will take advantage of the extended sunshine with Solar Telescopes and a sundial craft. From about 7:30 to 8:30 we will hear two presentations one about the moon and its phases and another about constellations. Attendees will be able to make a planisphere (it’s the night sky, in your hands!) followed by evening telescopic observations as soon as it’s dark.


Digital Media Zone for Teens


College Prep Center

MeL.org and Learning Express


Can't find a GED, SAT, or ACT book at the library? Go to Learning Express for practice tests and interactive tutorials.

Michigan eLibrary

for Teens

Click the MeL logo for a ton of great stuff for teens! Homework help, life skills, and resources to help you prepare for college.



FAFSA information

http://studentaid.ed.gov/ Comprehensive, detailed information on federal student aid

http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/  Free Application for Federal Student Aid site includes the application as well FAFSA4caster, an early eligibility estimator

http://www.nslds.ed.gov/nslds_SA/  National Student Loan Data System allows financial aid recipient to view his or her federal student loan and grant data
 
http://www.youtube.com/FederalStudentAid Federal Student Aid YouTube channel