All programs are intended for residents of the Fowlerville School District area.
*Registration is required for all teen programs & begins 2 weeks before events. 2016-2017 Program Permission slip must be on file at the library to attend after-hours programs.
Pop-Up Library at the Fowlerville Junior High
Wednesdays during all lunches
March 1st (book discussion sign-up)
April 5th (book discussion)
At the Pop-Up Library you can get a library card; check in and out FDL books; get help with the Axis 360 app and eBooks; register to attend FDL Teen Programs; get your library questions answered; and talk about books, movies, technology, and games with some cool library nerds.
Meets first Friday of each month @ 3-4:30pm
Teens 6th-12th grades. Drop in to the program room to hang out and watch anime. Stop by to watch shows like Avatar the Last Airbender, Naruto, Sailor Moon, Pokémon, and more! All shows have a rating of TV-PG or lower.
Friday, March 10th @ 5-8pm
Teens 6th-12th Grades. Do you think that it's totally bogus that you missed the decade of big hair and pop rocks? Get stoked because we are hosting a most radical 80's Night filled with music, arcade games (roll of quarters not required), 1980's trivia, a classic 80's movie, and more! Dinner and a beverage will be served.
*Registration is required and includes a 2016-2017 signed program permission form. Registration begins February 24th. Register by March 8th to attend.
Meets third Friday of each month @ 3-4:30pm
Teens 6th-12th grades. Drop in to the program room for games, crafts and more. If you're looking for something fun to do after school, stop by to hang out with your friends and have fun at the library!
THE CITY OF EMBER
Wednesday, April 5th
At the Junior High during all lunches
Teens 6th-8th grades. Get a free copy of the book on March 1st when you sign up to participate in The City of Ember book discussion. Discussion will take place on April 5th in the Media Center during your lunch period. Snacks will be provided.
Friday, April 21st @ 5-8pm
Teens 6th-12th Grades. Whether you're already a fan of Supernatural, Doctor Who, or Sherlock, or just want to find out why everyone else is so obsessed with these outlandish shows, this is your chance to hang out with other fans, learn what it's all about, and bask in all of your collective geekery. We will watch the first episode of each show, play trivia games, and eat pizza and popcorn (or fish fingers and custard, we haven't really decided yet ).
*Registration is required and includes a 2016-2017 signed program permission form. Registration begins April 7th. Register by April 19th to attend.
We are proud to be announcing a partnership with Driving-Tests.org.
A company dedicated to driver safety and education, to offer free DMV practice tests to library patrons.
The new service includes free tests, written specifically based on the state DMV materials, and is the only site of its kind to include accessibility tools that allow users to hear selections read aloud, make them into MP3s, translate pages into other languages, magnify text, and mask sections of the screen for greater visibility on driving practice tests.