Upcoming Events

 

 

The Deckerville Public Library Board of Directors will have their monthly meeting scheduled for

Monday, December 6, 2021 at 7:00pm

Deckerville Public Library

 

 


Virtual Events

Please be aware that most virtual events require registration and have limited seats available.

 

Recorded

Children's Books Around the World

Clarke Historical Library invites you to explore these beautifully illustrated, fanciful stories and celebrate the language diversity at CMU!

 

For Adults 60+

Get Set Up

The MDHHS Aging & Adult Services Agency has a partnership with GetSetUp, a mission-driven education technology company dedicated to creating economic and learning opportunities for older adults. The partnership provides free virtual learning and social engagement opportunities for Michiganders ages 60 and over.

 

Wednesday, December 1, 2:00pm

MSU Extension Money Management: How Much Home Can You Afford?

A quick, less than one-hour online class will teach you to calculate how much home you can afford to purchase and maintain based on your current income.

 

Wednesday, December 1, 6:30pm

Creative Coping: An art-based workshop for kids and parents: Managing Worry and Anxiety Through Self-Awareness

Do your kids like to draw, paint, or sculpt? Would they enjoy having Mom or Dad (or both) join in? This interactive webinar series gives your family an opportunity to make art together while learning about identity, self-awareness, and expressing emotions. These lessons can help your child develop the ability to cope with the ups and downs of life. The series is led by clinical mental health counselor Zeinab Moussa, M.A., LLPC, whose professional background includes providing behavioral and mental health services, special education, and art education.

 

Thursday, December 2, 10:00am

Concerts from the Library of Congress: Lecture by Victoria Phillips, Ph.D.

Join for a lecture from historian Victoria Phillips, titled “Martha Graham’s Cold War: The Dance of American Diplomacy.” Department of International History, London School of Economics.

 

Thursday, December 2, 12:00pm

MSU Extension Money Management: Wealth Building

Come spend 60 minutes of your time to help increase your financial awareness. The topics that are covered include Savings, Investing, Tips on Find a Financial Advisor.

 

Thursday, December 2, 6:30pm

Library of Michigan Virtual Family History Series: Online Newspaper Databases

The Library of Michigan has one of the most comprehensive collections of Michigan newspapers. See examples of unique periodicals published in our state and learn strategies for navigating the various online collections of digitized Michigan news publications.

 

Thursday, December 2, 6:30pm

Myths Busted: What You Thought You Knew Just Ain’t So

The Traverse Area District Library invites you to join this program.  Play along with the presenter and match wits with each other as we examine History Myths. Those crazy stories about history just can’t be true – or can they? How knowledgeable are you when it comes to debunking or confirming urban legends in history? Join Robert Myers from the Historical Society of Michigan who will help us bust those history myths.

 

Friday, December 3, 8:00pm

Concerts from the Library of Congress: Netherlands Chamber Choir

J.S. BACH Weinachts-Oratorium (Christmas Oratorio). This program is supported by the Dutch Culture USA program of the Netherlands Consulate General in New York.

 

Tuesday, December 7, 5:00pm

MSU Extension Money Management: Property Tax Foreclosure Basics

For Michigan households who are facing foreclosure due to unpaid property taxes, it’s a stressful situation. With the current COVID-19 crisis, the infectious disease caused by novel coronavirus, many have experienced a loss or reduction of income or another hardship. This webinar will describe: The three-year property tax timeline in Michigan; Several options for possible assistance; Ways to plan paying back taxes to keep the property. We will also cover where to find a HUD certified Housing Counselor and other local resources.

 

Tuesday, December 7, 6:00pm

Christmas Cookie Traditions

Hackley Public Library invites you to join this program presented by food historian Sarah Wassberg Johnson. Do you know the history behind Christmas cookies? In this illustrated lecture, Johnson will discuss the history of cookies in America, Christmas traditions through the ages, and why we eat so many cookies during the holiday season!

 

Wednesday, December 8, 6:30pm

Creative Coping: An art-based workshop for kids and parents: Building a Tree of Love

Do your kids like to draw, paint, or sculpt? Would they enjoy having Mom or Dad (or both) join in? This interactive webinar series gives your family an opportunity to make art together while learning about identity, self-awareness, and expressing emotions. These lessons can help your child develop the ability to cope with the ups and downs of life. The series is led by clinical mental health counselor Zeinab Moussa, M.A., LLPC, whose professional background includes providing behavioral and mental health services, special education, and art education.

 

Thursday, December 9, 12:00pm

MSU Extension Money Management: Make a Spending Plan Work for You!

This webinar will discuss the benefits of a spending plan, identify the difference between needs and wants, and highlight the importance of an emergency fund.

 

Thursday, December 9, 8:00pm

Concerts from the Library of Congress: Jess Gillam, saxophone

Saxophonist Jess Gillam, a 22-year-old newcomer to the world stage, earned Britain’s MBE Award for her work organizing a virtual orchestra during the pandemic. She performs works by Poulenc and Marcello along with recent works written for her.

 

Friday, December 10, 8:00pm

Concerts from the Library of Congress: Imani Winds with Catalyst Quartet

Imani Winds have revolutionized the woodwind world over a 20-year career They perform music by Mongo Santamaria and Jason Moran, and join forces with the Catalyst Quartet in a nonet performance of Roberto Sierra’s “Concierto de Cámera.”

 

Saturday, December 11, 8:00pm

Concerts from the Library of Congress: Bria Skonberg, trumpet and voice

Canadian vocalist, trumpeter and songwriter Bria Skonberg appears with her band.

 

Wednesday, December 15, 1:00pm

MSU Extension Money Management: Student Loan Repayment

The topics that are covered include: Types of student loans; Repayment options; Working with loan servicers; Student Loan consolidation options; Options to avoid student loan default.

 

Wednesday, December 15, 3:00pm

MSU Extension Money Management: Tips to Build and Protect Your Credit

During this one-hour lunch and learn, we will talk about the difference between credit, credit reports and credit scores. We will talk about what makes up a credit score and tips on how to improve your credit. We will discuss ways to help your score and habits that will hurt your score. We will also talk about why you need credit and the benefits of good credit. We will also discuss ways to protect your credit.

 

Wednesday, December 15, 6:30pm

Creative Coping: An art-based workshop for kids and parents: Creating Joy to Help Us Cope

Do your kids like to draw, paint, or sculpt? Would they enjoy having Mom or Dad (or both) join in? This interactive webinar series gives your family an opportunity to make art together while learning about identity, self-awareness, and expressing emotions. These lessons can help your child develop the ability to cope with the ups and downs of life. The series is led by clinical mental health counselor Zeinab Moussa, M.A., LLPC, whose professional background includes providing behavioral and mental health services, special education, and art education.

 

Saturday, December 18, 8:00pm

Concerts from the Library of Congress: Antonio Stradivari Memorial Concert featuring the Calidore String Quartet

The Calidore String Quartet perform on the Library’s extraordinary Stradivari instruments for the annual Antonio Stradivari Memorial concert. HAYDN Quartet in F major, op. 77/2 MENDELSSOHN String Quartet in A minor, op. 13 BRAHMS String Quartet in A minor, op. 51/2

 

Wednesday, December 22, 6:30pm

Creative Coping: An art-based workshop for kids and parents

Do your kids like to draw, paint, or sculpt? Would they enjoy having Mom or Dad (or both) join in? This interactive webinar series gives your family an opportunity to make art together while learning about identity, self-awareness, and expressing emotions. These lessons can help your child develop the ability to cope with the ups and downs of life. The series is led by clinical mental health counselor Zeinab Moussa, M.A., LLPC, whose professional background includes providing behavioral and mental health services, special education, and art education.

 

Thursday, January 6, 6:30pm

Library of Michigan Virtual Family History Series: Virtual Study Hall

Join us for an informal review session to discuss material covered in the previous virtual program as well as to ask questions about other family history topics.

 


 

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Deckerville

 

Job Opening for Deckerville Village Clerk-Appointed Position

Must be familiar with accounting and finance, book keeping and record keeping. Must be able to work with computers, software and office equipment. Hours are 8:30am to 5:00pm Monday, Wednesday, Friday and meetings as assigned. Application can be picked up at the Village office 2521 Black River St. Deckerville, Michigan. For more information and a job description call Tracey Hoff/Village Supervisor at 810-531-5714.

 


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USDA Grants Gov. Whitmer's Request for Disaster Designation for Sanilac County. This designation makes farm operators in Sanilac County – as well as the contiguous counties of Huron, Lapeer, St. Clair and Tuscola, eligible for assistance from the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA).

 

 


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FDA Authorizes Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine for Emergency Use in Children 5 through 11 years of age