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The Farmer’s Market is located on the southeast corner of Church Street and Water Street, one block south of the stoplight in Montague. The Farmer’s Market opens the first Saturday in June and runs every Saturday through the last Saturday in October. The Market is also open on Wednesdays in June, July, August, and September. […]Find out more »
All Year Round is a parent and child gathering that uses seasonal folk tales, music and hands on activities to create a nurturing and fun learning environment. Each gathering will feature beloved children’s folk tales and nature stories, music and movement, hands on art projects and time to go outside in nature. Ages: Children ages […]Find out more »
Imaginative Handwork uses beautiful and unique projects from felting to paper crafting and embroidery to help you develop the skills you need to create almost anything! Children 6 and older are welcome, but must be able to safely use sharp or hot tools and follow directions well. Parents are invited to attend with their children, […]Find out more »
Join Sarah Hicks, with the Michigan Great Lakes Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, as she discusses the difference between normal memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Risk factors for Alzheimer’s, the diagnostic process and brain changes during the progression of the disease are just some of the topics covered. Call the library to register: 231-893-2675.Find out more »
Bring your records that you love and want to share, or simply come out to enjoy other people’s collections! Either way, you will have a blast (from the past) enjoying and probably singing along as DJ Pro Tem spins some vinyl. Everything from Jackson 5, Etta James, Duran Duran, and Elvis. The most eclectic night […]Find out more »