Storytime for the whole family! Stories, songs, fingerplays, and fun activities designed for preschoolers from birth to age 5, but younger and older siblings welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
Explore the origin of the Blues—feel the
rhythm, dance to the beat, sing, sway, and
play with Bluesy Suzy from Palamazoo
Puppets. Best for ages 3-8. Ticket required.
Pick up FREE ticket at host location 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 the Oshtemo Library at 269-553-7980 if you have any questions.
Webinar Series: Watch
the webinar in your space & at your convenience anytime Monday Feb 27 thru
Thursday Mar 2. Kivi Leroux Miller and Claire Meyerhoff share their best tips
and tricks for creating truly effective and fab marketing and communications
In this session:
Add value to your newsletter & website
Improve your social media & email reach
Get the do’s and don’ts on your content, process & messaging
Target audience includes anyone involved in marketing and communications
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 269-553-7980 to register.
Free legal clinic for persons 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.
This clinic takes place at the Portage Community Center, 325 E. Centre St. Call the Law Library at 269-553-7920 for an appointment.
This session has been canceled. Please check for other sessions in this free tax preparation series or contact the library for further details.
Get your income taxes prepared and e-filed for free by IRS-certified community volunteers, if your household income was under $54,000 in 2016. Dial 2-1-1 or 1-800-563-5432 to make appointment and for more information.
the mentors of Speak It Forward Inc. as they facilitate a bi-monthly writing
workshop, empowering youth at KPL. We’ll craft new poems and develop our works
together through the group. These workshops will lead up to an April 2017
ARTHOP event where we will showcase the youth’s poetry. No poetry expertise
necessary! All supplies (and snacks!) provided. Grades 5-12.
Celebrate Black History Month at this reception honoring featured artists Gerald King and Kierstin Arnett. Stop by the Barnabee Art Gallery all month to view an art exhibit inspired by Black History and today’s Movement for Black Lives, featuring paintings, photos, art pieces, and artifacts by local contributors. Light refreshments served.
Architects and builders have played a role in Kalamazoo since its beginnings. Join Lynn Houghton, WMU Archives Regional History Collections curator, for a look at those individuals and firms who designed and built structures during the 19th and early 20th centuries that have been and continue to be part of our community's built environment.
Free legal clinic for persons 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.