Our weekly preschool program will begin again on Thursday, September 11, at 11:00 am. These hour-long sessions include storytelling, songs, crafts, and more, and are led by Joanne "Yogi" Beare, who brings years of experience in early childhood education. There is no charge for this program, and no advance registration is required. Please note that this is not a drop-off program: a parent or other caregiver is expected to stay in the library with their children. Stories and More is made possible thanks to support from the Friends of the Glen Lake Library.
Join us for this timely presentation by Dr. Julianna
Wilson, an entomologist at Michigan State University, who has spent
the last ten years studying wild bees in various cropping systems in
Michigan. She is currently a research and extension specialist in tree
fruit integrated pest management, which includes collaborating on a
multi-state and multi-crop, pollination project. Dr. Wilson will be
speaking about the different kinds of wild bees found in Michigan,
comparing and contrasting them to honey bees, and about simple
strategies that anyone can employ to support and protect bees in
. This presentation is being cosponsored by the Glen Lake Garden Club.
This book discussion group meets at the library on the last Wednesday of each month at 10:15 am. Their lively discussions are open to the public.
For more information about upcoming selections, please check our calendar