Library Closed for Thanksgiving
The Library will be closed for Thanksgiving on Thursday, November 27. Enjoy your holiday! We will re-open on Friday, November 28 at 10 am.
Jeannine Davidson, Head of Adult Services, at the Library for 17 years, passed away on Monday, November 24, following a long illness. Up until her retirement in June, Jeannine led the Library's Book Discussion Group and the Foreign Film series, as well as developing a variety of special programs. She had a wide ranging knowledge of books and literature, which she loved to share with library patrons.
Battle of the Books Kicks Off December 1
Battle of the Books 2015 kicks off on December 1! Register for this fun reading competition for all middle school students who live or go to school in Northville. Book titles can be found on our website and books will be available for check out starting Monday, December 1. Competition date is Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Start your reading!
Enjoy a Holiday Concert with the Twelfth Night Singers
Tuesday, December 2 @ 7pm
Enjoy traditional seasonal music performed by this acclaimed a capella group in Renaissance costumes. Program to be held next door at the Northville Community Center.
Help Support Our Salvation Army Angel Tree
Our Angel Tree is full of tags, each representing a child that will be helped by the Salvation Army this holiday season. Patrons and staff can choose a tag and purchase new, unwrapped gifts that will be distributed by the Salvation Army to needy families. Guidelines for the tags can be found here or in the Library. Thank you for helping to make a needy child’s holiday season brighter.
Overcoming Obstacles & The Creation of a World Icon
Wednesday, December 3 @ 7 pm
Sculptor Giuliano Zuccato shares his incredible life story in this presentation, describing his achievements as an artist and designer for the Ford Motor Company, including the Mustang, introduced 50 years ago. Registration required.
Between the Lines Book Discussion: Life Itself: A Memoir
Monday, December 8 at 7 pm
Life Itself: A Memoir (non-fiction)
by Roger Ebert
The candid memoirs of the film critic, who shares openly about his life as a journalist, his struggles with alcoholism, his traveling adventures, and health issues. Join us for an interesting and lively discussion!