Franklin Public Library

To register for any program please call the Library
at (248) 851-2254 or click on the link (see each program).

Registration required for all children's programs except Story Time.

CHILDREN'S PROGRAMS

Coding for Kids

Coding for Kids
Saturday, December 7
2:00 pm

The 24GenNEXT group will be here to teach coding to elementary aged children including Kindergarteners! This group of volunteers all work for 24G as programmers and designers that create digital solutions for some of the world’s biggest brands. No equipment or knowledge of coding is needed to participate.

Call (248) 851-2254 or click HERE to register.

Play Group

Play Group
Fridays
January 10 - February 14
10:30  am - 11:45 am

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

Encaustic Painting

Fine Art Encaustic Painting Demonstration
Tuesday, January 21
7pm

Join us as mixed media artist and gallery owner Jacqueline Drake presents a fine art encaustic (wax) painting demonstration. Encaustic painting is a mixed media technique that involves using heated beeswax to which colored pigments have been added. 

All are welcome.

bookgroup

Book Group
Thursday, January 23
7:30 pm

Join Adele Robins as she discusses this month's selection "The Overstory," by Richard Powers. "Nine strangers--each summoned in different ways by trees--are brought together in a last and violent stand to save the continent's few remaining acres of virgin forest." 

All are welcome to the discussion.

Woman who says no

Biography Book Group
Wednesday, January 8
6:30 pm

Pablo Picasso called Françoise Gilot “The Woman Who Says No.” Tiny, talented, and feisty, and an accomplished artist in her own right, Gilot left Picasso after a ten-year relationship, the only woman to escape his intense attentions unscathed. 
Never one to stand in the shadows, Gilot engaged with ground-breaking artists and scientists on her own terms, creating from these vital interactions an artistic style all her own, translated into an enormous collection of paintings and drawings held by private collectors and public museums around the world.
All are welcome to the discussion.