All programs require advance registration. Register online here, call 248-349-3020 or stop at the Information Desk on the main level to register.
NOTE: When you register online, you will receive an email asking you if you wish to receive the email to confirm your registration. You must respond to the request email within 24 hours. This must be done only ONCE. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Tuesday, January 22 > 7 pm
Learn all about the nutritional value of a plant-based diet, and the research showing its ability to halt and reverse some of the major reasons why we age. A delicious plant-based food sampling to follow. Co-sponsored by VegMichigan. Register.
Tuesday, January 29 > 7 pm
Straight from your favorite paper company, not “The Dundies”, but a night full of Office Olympics, koi ponds and “BBB” but mostly a couple games of The Office trivia! 21+ Event. Register for teams up to 4 people. Compete for prizes!
Monday, February 4 > 7 pm
Government Policy Attorney Frank Dame will educate attendees about the signs of identity theft, how to protect your personal information online and off, and what to do if you become an identity theft victim. Register.
Tuesday, February 5 > 1 – 3 pm
Friends Community Room
Need help with Libby, Hoopla, RBdigital, Freegal or Kanopy? Bring your tablet or smart phone. Sign up for our two hour session and let us help you get started on these apps. Tablet or smart phone required! Register.
Wednesdays, February 6 > 1 – 3 pm
Join us for a relaxing afternoon. We supply coloring pages designed just for adults, plus markers, colored pencils and crayons. Just drop in!
Thursday, February 7 > 7 pm (Registration begins on January 1)
Tired of paying those high bills for cable TV? Learn how to “cut the cord” and still enjoy programming using streaming devices and services such as Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix and more.
Monday, February 18 > 7 pm
Originally opened as a dance hall in 1928 and transitioned to a popular rock venue in the 1960s. Author and historian Leo Early will present on this former gem of Detroit’s westside. Register.
Wednesday, February 20 > 6:30 pm
The film documents five decades of fearless activism and the continuing relevance of Dr. Martin Luther King and the ongoing fight for justice. Discussion with filmmaker Craig Dudnick to follow. Register.
Thursday, February 21 > 7 pm (Registration begins on February 1)
One of the best ways to learn how things work is to take it apart.
Have you ever wondered what made up the insides of a computer, a hard drive, CD-Rom, tablet, keyboard, or mouse? Maybe a VCR or DVD, or even common household appliances? Now is your chance! Pry open, unscrew, and unlock all the components. We’ll guide you through how multiple types of equipment comes apart, and demonstrate what NOT to do. Feel free to break our stuff! In fact, feel free to craft with the parts if you choose and make something to take home, or simply explore the inner workings of some common pieces of technology. We’ll recycle everything after we finish. Types of technology on hand are not guaranteed.