This gifted performer will present the story of American folk music pioneer Huddie Ledbetter, better known as Lead Belly. A social activist and iconic songwriter, Lead Belly wrote classics such as “Midnight Special” and “Goodnight, Irene,” and was mentor to folk giants Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger. *Registration required; call 517-272-9840 or click on "Register."
Collector Cindy Zimmerman will discuss the many connections dolls have with our lives—dolls with books and other media, with history, with the fashion world and with people. *Registration required; call 517-589-9400.
Go beyond the basics of scanning and learn best practices for digitally preserving and organizing your photos. Bring samples. Some experience with scanning helpful. *Registration required; call 517-589-9400.
We meet every month for lively discussion of family history stories and resources you can use to find more. Today's topic: Tour of Archives of Michigan. *Registration required; call 517-272-9840 or click on "Register."
Learn about Dansville history from Kelen Gailey, a local historian and the curator of Dansville Michigan Historical Society’s Facebook page. Sponsored by the Dexter Trail Questers. Held at the Village Hall.
Join us for fellowship and reminiscing. Today: Local author Tina Lonski will be here to talk about her short story collections. This Detroit native has Yooper roots and grew up in the farming community of Blissfield. Award-winning titles include A Transplanted Yooper, Barn Raising and The Bootleg Buggy. Books will be available for sale and signing.