All programs & events are intended for residents of the Fowlerville School District.
Registration is required for all programs and begins 2 weeks before the event unless otherwise stated.
Livingston Reads 2018
March 1st-April 30th
Murder on the Orient Express
Adults Pop-Up Library
Monday, April 16th
Adults. We bring the library to you! You can get a library card; check in and out large print and audio books; get help with the Axis 360 app and eBooks; get your library questions answered; and get one-on-one technology help with your tablet or other small device. You can also visit with Lola, our Therapy Dog!
11am at Livingston Greene
12pm at Glenwood Apartments
Each month at 2:30pm
Adults. This program is brought to you by local Master Gardeners of the Fowlerville Garden Club. Topics are subject to change.
April 19th Succulents
May 17th Rock Gardens
*Register in person to attend all three sessions. Registration begins March 8th.
Last Stop: Murder
Thursday, April 19th at 7pm
Adults. Come to the library to play the exciting murder mystery game Last Stop: Murder, set on a snow-stopped train, just like Murder on the Orient Express!
*Register in person to attend. Registration begins April 5th and include a refundable $5 cash deposit. A Livingston Reads Event.
Historic Howell Theater
Friday, April 20th at 7pm
First-come, first-served basis. Show your current library card from your Livingston County home library for free admission to Murder on the Orient Express. Refreshments will be available for purchase at the theater. Enjoy the show! *A Livingston Reads Event.
Beyond the Book: Poverty in America
Each month at 7pm
Adults. Featuring books, film adaptations, and great discussion! Refreshments will be served at each monthly meeting.
May 3rd The Glass Castle Film Length: 2h 7m
*Register in person to attend. Registration begins 3 weeks prior to program. Books will be given at registration while supplies last.
Upcoming Summer Programs and Events
Libraries Rock: Michigan!
Adult Summer Reading Program
Register to read and attend programs. Participate for weekly chances to win prizes. *Registration for the Summer Reading Program begins Wednesday, May 30th.
Beyond the Book:
Technology Changes the World
Each month at 7pm
Adults. Featuring books and their film adaptations. Movies will begin at 7pm, followed by discussion. Movie-style refreshments will be served.
June 7th The Circle Film Length: 1h 50m
July 19th I, Robot Film Length: 1h 55m
August 9th Ready Player One Film Length: 2h 19m
*Register in person to attend. Registration begins 3 weeks prior to program. Books will be given while supplies last.
Libraries Rock... Crafts!
Each month at 7pm
Adults. Join the library ladies as we lead you to create "Rock"-ing crafts! Each session starts at 7pm.
July 26th Patriotic Wall Art
August 16th Stone Leaves, Part 1
August 23rd Stone Leaves, Part 2
*Register in person to attend. Registration begins two weeks before each session and includes a refundable $5 cash deposit.
Isle Royale Presentation
Thursday, June 21st at 7pm
Adults. Author and Adventurer, Loreen Niewenhuis, will discuss how the island was formed and the unique geology there. She will delve into the human history of the island and the transition to becoming a National Park. She will also discuss the historic, nearly 60-year predator/prey wildlife study based on the island. Refreshments will be served. Books will be available for purchase and signing after the presentation. *Register in person to attend. Registration begins June 7th and includes a refundable $5 cash deposit.
Mondays starting July 9th
Adults. Join certified Mixed Martial Arts Instructor, John Noonan, as he leads you in a series of yoga and self-defense exercises that will help increase your flexibility and movement. Exercises are designed to be accessible to adults of all ages. Please remember to dress comfortably, and to bring water to drink and your own towel or mat to practice on. Spaces are limited to 10 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. *There is a small cash-only fee for this class of $5. Drop-in class.
Detroit Music Oral Histories
Thursday, July 12th at 7pm
Adults. After three years of conducting oral histories with more than a dozen members of the music industry, Kim Schroeder of Wayne State University will share the insights of Detroit musicians as to how and why Detroit has produced so much musical talent over so many years. Interviews feature musicians from myriad genres, including, soul, R&B, jazz, pop rock, garage rock, and classical. *Register in person to attend. Registration begins June 28th and includes a refundable $5 cash deposit.
Tuesdays starting August 7th
Adults. Increase your physical literacy with a fun workout with licensed fitness instructor, Chesney Stock, of Exertion Nutrition. Please remember to bring water and wear comfortable clothes. Spaces are limited to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. *There is a small cash-only fee for this class of $5 if you bring your own equipment or $7 to rent a ball, bucket, and drumsticks. Drop-in class.
Yoga with Yoga Mindy
Fridays starting August 10th
Adults. Join certified yoga instructor, Mindy Medrano, while she gently leads you to better health and well-being. Please remember to bring water to drink and your own towel or mat to practice on. Spaces are limited to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. *There is a small cash-only fee for this class of $5. Drop-in class.
MI Bad: Author Talk with Tom Carr
Thursday, August 30th at 7pm
Adults. Join us in welcoming Michigan Author, Tom Carr, author of Blood on the Mitten, as he shared with us about his newest book MI Bad, which tells about the thieves and heists of Michigan's history. Enjoy and engaging author talk, Q&A session, and light refreshments. *Register in person to attend. Registration begins August 16th and includes a refundable $5 cash deposit.