Explore the dynamics of team responsibility and accountability in this ONEplace Video Series selection. Watch the video in your space & at your convenience anytime Monday July 24 through Thursday July 27. Post your comments, questions, and related resources on our Facebook page.
Discover the wonders of science at this interactive, hands-on program presented by the Michigan Science Center. Explore a variety of STEM-based activity stations designed for family fun and learning. Family welcome.
Make your voice count and help create the 2017 Teens' Top 10 list used by librarians, teachers, and teens across the country! Get early access to the hottest new teen titles before publication, vote for your favorites, and write reviews to send directly to the publishers. Volunteer hours available. Earn a raffle ticket for the grand prize drawing for every review you submit! This summer's grand prize is a chance to choose your own Top 10 to keep!
Free legal clinic for Kalamazoo County residents of low-to-moderate income with Bar Association lawyers. Get help with most areas of civil law, including landlord-tenant problems, divorce, and family law. Appointments for a 30-minute, one-time consultation. You may make one appointment during a six-month period. Not available for individuals who have already consulted an attorney.
The clinic takes place at the Portage Community Center, 325 E. Centre Ave. Please contact the Law Library at 269-553-7920 to make an appointment.
Show us your worst! Make a painting, sculpture, drawing, a necklace -- whatever kind of art you want, as long as it's really bad! We'll set up an exhibition of Bad Art and vote. The absolute worst will win a prize!
Explore technology with other techies! Each week will feature different ideas and materials July 25: Tech Tear-apart August 1: Little Bits August 8: Toy Tear-apart/Frankentoys August 15: Conductive thread
Explore the habits of birds with touchable artifacts and four different species of live raptors presented by the Kalamazoo Nature Center. Family welcome. FREE ticket required. Pick up tickets at the Alma Powell Branch Library starting one week before event; one ticket per person. Every person must have a ticket. (Yes, even babies.) Everyone must be seated 15 minutes prior to the start of the program. Every person must bring their ticket. Please call Powell at 269-553-7960 if you have any questions.
Michigan author and journalist Tom Stanton will discuss his newest book, Terror in the City of Champions: Murder, Baseball, and the Secret Society that Shocked Depression-era Detroit. Books will be available for purchase and signing at the event.
Free legal clinic for Kalamazoo County residents of low-to-moderate income with Bar Association lawyers. This clinic specializes in family law issues such as divorce, child custody, and child support. Appointments for a 30-minute, one-time consultation. You may make one appointment during a six-month period. Not available for individuals who have already consulted an attorney.
Call the Law Library at 269-553-7920 for an appointment.
Spend time together, play, make friends, and talk one-on-one with specialists on child development during this enjoyable one month workshop. For children 1 to 3 years and their parents and caregivers. Learn more here. Registration required. Infant and preschool siblings may attend with registered toddler. Call 269-553-7804 or visit the Central Library Children's Room to register.