Ask-A-Lawyer: Wednesday, November 13th, 12-2. Join Robert Reilman to get your legal questions answered. This program is free and sign-ups begin on Monday, October on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) (Your legal questions will be answered in the order you arrive, but you must register). Call 345-0136 for more information.
Adult Craft: Wednesday, November 13th at 5:30 pm. Jingle Bell Snowflake Door Hanger. Make a door hanger out of jingle bells, snowflakes, ribbon, and other festive décor to ring in the holiday season. Registration is required for this free event and begins on October 28th on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited.
Adult Craft: Monday, November 25th at 5:30 pm. Spa Duo. Does winter dry out your skin? Could you use some self-care? Feel rejuvenated, or pamper a friend, with a homemade body scrub and foot soak. Registration is required for this free event and begins November 11th on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited.
Join the Comstock Township Library on Sat., December 8th from 1 - 3pm for our annual Holiday Open House. Enjoy holiday cookies, cider, a performance by the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra’s Jazz Trio, meet Mrs. Claus, make a children’s craft, play children’s games, decorate sugar cookies, and see live reindeer. The reindeer will be outside, so, please dress warmly. Please bring your camera, as pictures with Mrs. Claus and the reindeer will be allowed.
Adult Craft: Wednesday, December 18th at 5:30 pm. Mason Jar Luminaries. Add a little extra glow to your holiday season this year. So pretty, so easy, and made from items you probably already have around the house, Mason jar luminaries are sure to brighten up your Winter Wonderland. Registration is required for this free event and begins December 4th on our website (go to Programs and it will be under “Upcoming Events”) or by calling 345-0136. Space is limited.
Michigan Activity Pass
Michigan library patrons can get into Michigan's more than 230 state parks, historic sites, forest campgrounds, recreation areas for free, receive a personalized tour or get a discount in museum shop.
Homebound Delivery Services
Residents are to be considered homebound if they have a condition (due to illness or injury) that restricts their ability to leave their place of residence, except with the aid of a supportive device such as crutches, canes, wheelchairs, and walkers, the use of special transportation, the assistance of another person or if leaving home is medically contraindicated. In most circumstances, if a resident drives, he/she would not be considered homebound.
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