us for lively discussion in a friendly
environment. Pick up a copy of the book at the
Adult Reference Desk about a month before the
Grace by William Kent Krueger.
easy! Pour a soy candle into a recycled class
container for you to burn at home or give as a
this class is full and at a waiting
Get a jump on your holiday gift-giving!
This papercrafting night will see us making
some handmade holiday cards and gift tags.
Swank up your presents this year!
All materials will be provided; no
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Highland area residents
who are unable to visit the library due to injury,
illness, or disability are eligible for homebound
delivery service. The service can be given on
either a temporary or permanent basis. The
Highland Library has many different types of
materials for homebound patrons to check out, such
as books, print books, magazines, DVDs and
is provided by the Highland/Milford Senior Van
Program, part of the Highland Activity Center
(formerly the Senior Center).
Nov 3, 5:30pm
Love anime? So do
we! Join us as we explore the latest and
greatest anime. Appropriate munchies will
be served, so please register ahead of time.
Feel free to wear those fuzzy ears you
Here's the plan.
We'll provide all you need to make your camera
phone up-close-and-personal-ready. Then,
we'll scatter and take photos around the library
and upload them to our Facebook page and teen
photo shoot page on our website!
These are open
gaming nights. We've got tables a-plenty
and participation is always free. Also,
snacks are to be had. Open to ages 10+.
We currently have groups dropping in to
play the following:
(ancient board game)
We've got tables and terrain a-plenty, so
bring your armies and your sleevies and get some
Free free free, of
course, and we also have some paints available
for to pretty up your boyz. Open to teens
Nov 6, 6:00pm
parents, teachers or caregivers.
about the importance of movement activities and
how to incorporate them into your preschooler's
day. Brought to us by Oakland County's
Great Start to Quality Resource Center.
Nov 10, Nov 17, Nov 24, & Dec
fun and musical storytime designed to help
children with cognitive, social, language and
large/fine motor skills.
Nov 13, 11:30am
ages 8 - 12.
your lunch and join other home-schooled students
for a book adventure. We'll play a game and
discuss a different book each month. Books are
available at the Youth Desk.
Oct 20, 6:00pm
8 - 12.
this class is full & at a waiting
18, Nov 25, Dec 2, & Dec 9
class includes crafts and movement songs and
and reading readiness. Children need to be able
to sit and listen to stories on their own.
Nov 22, 2:30pm
ages 5-12 years.
program uses our LEGO and your imagination to
create our library display!
begins Nov 3.
Nov 26, 6:00pm
us for a reading and ballet adaptation of the
Nutcracker Ballet. This program is performed by
the Modern Messages dance studio and is suitable
for all ages. Children can have their
pictures taken with the ballerinas after the
begins Nov 3.
your child want some extra reading
your elementary-school-age child team up with a
student member of the National Honor Society.
This low-stress environment is perfect for
those who want some reading-aloud practice with a
friendly ear: children may respond to criticism
from other students better than they would from
parents or teachers.
sessions are by appointment only, after school
hours or on Saturdays.
248-887-2218 (option 4) for more information or to
schedule an appointment.