Programs

Programs

U of M Reading & Science Workshop

01/21/2012 10:30 am
01/21/2012 11:30 am

Looking for something to do on Saturday?  Come to the Brooklyn Branch for the 2012 science and reading workshop presented by the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum of Natural History.  This year's topic is Vital Signs: How Health Works;  learn about your body works from allergies to excercise.  In week 1 participants will learn about how you work: what are you made of and what do your vital signs mean?.  In week 2, participants will learn about germs and parasites and finally in week 3 participants will learn about building the $6 million you o

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Carnegie: Mini Mystery Convention

01/23/2012 6:30 pm
01/23/2012 8:30 pm

First-ever Mini Mystery Convention Monday, January 23rd, at 6:30 pm in the Carnegie branch's McIntyre Room!  Join us to hear about new authors, old faves, and about the Bouchercon Convention 2011 & 2012.  Free, no registration.  Fun refreshments.

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Carnegie: Young Adult Book Discussion Group

01/12/2012 6:00 pm
01/12/2012 8:00 pm

Join us in Carnegie's McIntyre Room for the first-ever meeting of a group aimed at high school and college aged people.  Come root for your favorite--Twilight or Hunger Games!  Refreshments.  Free, no registration.

New High school & College Age book discussion group

Looking for a group to talk about the latest great reads?  Join the new high school/college age group that meets at Carnegie on the second Thursday of the month.  Come January 12th to argue your fave--Hunger Games or Twilight.  Or just to tell us you hate them both!  We want to know what you think and why.  Meet at 6 pm in the McIntyre Room on the second floor.  Free Eats, too!

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