So how is a curbside library going to work? I reached out the Marketing Director of the Portage District Library, Colin Whitehurst, to get the skinny on the reopening. He said, quote, "We have prepared instructions, technological infrastructure, and signage for our curbside service. Full instructions on how to participate will be released on our website on June 10th."
The Portage District Library is celebrating Michigan authors. From an in depth look at the effects of Alzheimer's on a marriage, to the mean streets of Detroit, and Medieval misadventures, check out who's behind some of the acclaimed novels. Join the library for the Michigan Pride Author Series for great conversation and Q&A, plus books to purchase and light refreshments.
Whether you stay to one specific genre, keep up with the best seller list, or like discussing the differences between the book and the movie, there is a book club for you. Plus, tasty snacks will be provided and you'll have an opportunity to win great prizes.
Being a teen is tough, especially in today's social-media focused world. Influences are everywhere, and its so important to make sure your children feel comfortable coming to you for help and advice. Be armed with the tools you need. Leona Carter, the Portage District Library, and the conversation "How to Talk to Your Teens in Difficult Times" will help.