Franklin Public Library

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Upcoming Events

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS

To register for any program please call the Library at 248.851.2254.

Registration required for all children's programs except story times

 

Play Group (ages 0-3)
Friday mornings
10:30 - 11:45
April 5 - April 26

The focus of this playgroup is for you to spend one-on-one time with your child(ren) and to have readily accessible advice from an early childhood specialist.  The playgroup is designed to increase one-on-one parent-to-child interaction and to promote literacy and learning activities, including; hands on activities, stories, songs, music and dancing.  There is also a teaching component for parents to better understand how children learn, their physical abilities, relationships/sense of self, communication and understanding of the world.  Registration required. Call 248.851.2254 to register.

Easter Egg Hunt and Party
Franklin residents may register at any time.  All others can register beginning April 12.
Saturday, April 20
2:00 pm

Join us for our ninth annual Easter Egg Hunt and Party. We will start with an egg hunt on the Village Green.  After the hunt, we will read some Easter themed stories, do an Easter craft and decorate an Easter cookie.  Registration required for this program. 

ADULT PROGRAMS

Please register for all adult programs by calling 248.851.2254.

Book Group
Thursday, March 28
7:30 pm

Join Adele Robins as she discussed this month's selection "Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine," by Gail Honeyman.  "Meet Eleanor Oliphant:  she struggles with social skills and says exactly what she's thinking.  That, combined with her unusual appearance means that Eleanor has become a creature of habit and a loner.  But everything changes when Eleanor meets Raymond, the bumbling and deeply unhygienic IT guy.  It is Raymond's big heart that will ultimately help Eleanor find the way to repair her own."  All are welcome. 

Korea - Land of the Morning Calm
Tuesday,  April 16
7:00 pm


Discover the Republic of Korea (South Korea) through the eyes of Mariya Fogarasi, who spent four years on an American army post is Seoul.  Mariya will take you through a historical presentation, an economic review and a cultural tour of this ancient civilization which remained virtually unknown to the outside world until Japan colonized it.  All are welcome.