Hoping to turn your hobby into a business, or grow your current crafting business? Join us for an open networking meeting of crafters, artisans and makers to share knowledge and learn from each other. Held at the Small Business Development Center, 309 N. Washington Square #115 in downtown Lansing.
Stories, songs and movement for our youngest readers and their caregivers. On the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, you’re welcome to stay after storytime for a Rural Moms Group meeting, led by the Willow Tree Family Center.
NEW DAY & TIME! Our early literacy experts have teamed up with Impression 5’s education specialists for monthly science storytimes geared to ages 3-6. Admission to I5 is free when you show your CADL card or I5 member card. We’ll have a different topic and science activity on the third Tuesday of the month. Today’s topic: Planets & the Solar System
CADL Cares is proud to support local charities during the holiday season. CADL Mason is supporting the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve's Toys Tots project by collecting new, unwrapped toys to distribute as gifts to children in our community. From Nov. 13–Dec. 12, please bring your donations to the library during our open hours. Thank you for your generous support!
Join us for the last day of the 4th annual Silent Auction Fundraiser at the Webberville Library. The Friends of the Webberville Library invite you to browse and bid on the many donated items on display during the Library's open hours. With the season for Holiday gift giving right around the corner, the Library is the perfect place to shop! The Silent Auction features collectibles, hand-crafted items, homemade pie gift certificates, jewelry, gift baskets and much more.
This group meets monthly at the Salus Center (624 E. Michigan Ave.) to discuss fiction and popular non-fiction by queer and trans authors. We prioritize reading about intersecting oppressed identities, and from our own diverse experiences of gender and sexuality. All ages welcome for adult discussion. We'll bring snacks and non-alcoholic drinks; additional refreshments are welcome. This month's title: We the Animals, by Justin Torres