Tuned for Featured Programs for the 150th Celebration. We're Celebrating
for the ENTIRE year!
There will be lots of events
that tie into the different decades that the Library has been in operation.
Events for the
150th Celebration Year
All events are listed on our Calendar
the Academy Award Winners!
Now - March 1
Print the ballot and drop it off in the Audio-Visual Services Department
by March 1st. A Grand Prize will be
offered to the person with the highest number of correct picks!
March 1 at 2:00 in
the Bard Room
Decades of Discovery
Join us for a performance with violinist Caroline Klemperer Green and
pianist, Carol Lou Woodward. They will be playing musical favorites
from various decades. Reception following. Free and open to the public.
March 11 at 6:30 pm
Talk and Humorous Presentation with Steven Martin
Wayne County Women & Whiskey: Wild & Woolly Times in Early Hoosier
Taverns on the Old National
Local author and Reference Librarian, Steve Martin will be presenting
a Book Talk and humorous presentation looking at tales of rampaging
women and rampant whiskey drinking. These stories form an untold part
of history in taverns along the Old National Road during the 19th Century.
The book has over 400 images that help tell the story.
A Book Signing will follow
the program. Books will be for sale for $20. Free and open to the public.
In Children’s Services
Come show us how incredible
you are! Mini challenges throughout the department! Win prizes!
March 29 at 2:00 pm
The GIANT MapCap Puppets are Back at MRL!
Enchanting stories from around the world are bursting out of a giant
coat in this Madcap classic. Popping out from the pockets come hilarious
puppets and actors who use the coat as a magical setting for their marvelous
tales. With giant puppets and audience participation the stories presented
are: Aladdin and the Magic Lamp (Middle-Eastern folk tale) and The Girl
and the North Wind (Norwegian). http://www.madcappuppets.com/
April 14 - 19 National
Food For Fines
During National Library Week, Morrisson-Reeves Library will accept food
for fines owed. One dollar will be credited toward library fines for
each item donated. Lost materials will not be eligible for this program.
Also, any fines already in collections will not be subjected to redemption
by the “Food for Fines!” program. Food will be donated to
local food pantries as determined by the Wayne Township Trustee.
May 21 at 6:00 pm
Deborrah Wyndham - Ragtime Piano Performance
Deborrah Wyndham is a pianist/composer whose music spans many
genres. Seen on FOX, NBC and ABC Chicago and with over 3,000 past performances,
her music appeals to thousands of listeners from all over the world.
June - July
Children's events to be announced.
30, 2014 -
You're invited to our BIG BIrthday Bash! (Details coming soon)