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ON-SITE PROGRAMS TAKE PLACE INSIDE THE LIBRARY OR IN THE LIBRARY READING GARDEN.

KIDS & TEENS PROGRAMS

Cider Mill and Woman on background of donuts

STORY TIME AT THE CIDER MILL
WITH MISS AMANDA



The Franklin Public Library and the Franklin Cider Mill are teaming up to bring you 2 seasonal story times! Please join us at the Franklin Cider Mill at 10AM on:

Saturday, September 17 to read about apples and cider!

Saturday, October 15 to read about donuts!

You may be in for some theme-related tasty surprises!
Please arrive on time to ensure a seat.

Book cover of "Hi, I'm fox!" and woman with dog in lap

STORY TIME WITH LOCAL AUTHOR
CAROLINE KERFOOT


Tuesday, September 27
10AM


Join us for a very special story time!
 Local Author Caroline Kerfoot will be reading her new book, "Hi, I'm Fox!". We will follow with a craft and play time. 
No registration required.

ADULTS PROGRAMS

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HUMOROUS TALES OF CRIMES & PUNISHMENTS

Thursday, September 29
7PM


Come listen to Chief Roberts from the Franklin – Bingham Farms Police Department talk about humorous and/or strange police calls that their Officers and the Fire Department have responded to over the years. All private details withheld.
ALL ARE WELCOME.

Blue square with title "Community Shredding" om colorful shredded paper

COMMUNITY SHREDDING

Saturday, October 15
11AM-2PM

On Normandy Rd, between Franklin Green and Franklin Community Church

Franklin Public Library and Franklin Village are partnering to offer a FREE SHREDDING EVENT to the Community!

American Data Security, Inc. will provide secure on-site, environmentally-friendly disposal of your private documents.

In addition, they will collect Electronic Media except CRTs for a fee of $5 per box (not paid by Franklin Public Library nor the Village).