Highland Township Public Library - 444 Beach Farm Circle, Highland, MI 48357. 248-887-2218. www.highlandlibrary.info

444 Beach Farm Circle

Highland, MI 48356

248-887-2218

www.highlandlibrary.info

Hours:  Mon - Thurs: 10am - 8pm   |   Fri - Sat: 10am - 5pm   |   Closed Sunday

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Please register for the following programs online or by calling 248-887-2218 (option 3):

 

CPR for Friends & Family

Monday, September 17, 5:30pm

This program will teach the basics of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation on adults and children and could help you save a life.
Family & Friends CPR is an orientation and is not a certifying or credentialing course. If you need a CPR or AED certification visit www.heart.org/cpr to find a training center.

Please register online or by calling 248-887-2218 (x3)

 

Water Infrastructure 101

Wednesday, September 19, 6:30pm

"What You Need to Know Below and Beyond"
Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash will cover the basics of water infrastructure including:
Home Infrastructure -- “Tips to Protect Your Systems”
Sewer & Stormwater
Lakes & Flooding
Water Quality
Lead & Copper
Aging Infrastructure
There will also be time for Q&A and feedback after the presentation.

Please register online or by calling 248-887-2218 (x3)

 

Succulents 101

Tuesday, September 25, 6:30pm

Succulents are the new rage in plants. Learn the basic care of succulents, including the correct soil to use, watering basics, and propagation. Presented by author and indoor plant expert, Lisa Eldred Steinkopf, the Houseplant Guru!
Visit Lisa's website at www.thehouseplantguru.com.

Please register online or by calling 248-887-2218 (x3)

 

Open Tech Lab

Tuesday, August 28, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Tuesday, September 18, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Tuesday, October 23, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Tuesday, November 20, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Have a few quick questions? Drop in and ask us during our tech lab. We can get you started downloading library ebooks and magazines, help with social media and more - try us!

Genealogy & DNA Interest Group

Saturday, September 29, 10:00am

Learn the basics of autosomal DNA matching and how it applies to genealogy from Dr. James Sims, an expert in the use of DNA for family research. This new special interest group is sponsored by the Oakland County Genealogical Society. Learn more about the society at ocgsmi.org .
Please register online or by calling 248-887-2218 (x3)

 

Estate Planning

Wednesday, October 3, 6:30pm

Do you really need a trust? A will may be just fine. If you feel you need to avoid probate, learn techniques available to you. Are your Power of Attorney documents up to date?
**Part of the Financial Education series by the Cygnet Institute - a tax-exempt non-profit organization. Unlike seminars from Insurance or Investment companies, these workshops will adhere to the Fiduciary Standard. They are designed to be an educational experience with NO SALES AGENDA.

Please register online or by calling 248-887-2218 (x3)

 

Leaf Craft

Tuesday, October 9, 6:30pm

Create easy artwork using Fall Leaves.
Free, all supplies provided. Limited space.

Please register online or by calling 248-887-2218 (x3)

 

How to Communicate Effectively

Tuesday, October 16, 6:30pm

Would you like to feel more confident when speaking with others? Soo Porter will lead this hands-on workshop exploring the three facets of good communication: listening, verbalizing, and body language.

Please register online or by calling 248-887-2218 (x3)

 

True Crime Michigan

Wednesday, November 7, 6:30pm

Join crime historian and author Tobin T. Buhk as he unveils the truth behind some of Michigan’s most fiendish crimes.
Come face to face with the malefactors who stained the pages of Michigan history with blood spatter: The Killer Dentist, a Grand Rapids native who tried to poison his way into his wife’s inheritance; The Detroit Bluebeard, who prowled matrimonial ads for victims; The Michigan Borgia, who removed an entire branch of her family tree with Strychnine; Serial killers John Norman Collins and Coral Watts, whose crimes terrorized southeastern Michigan's co-eds. And others.

Please register online or by calling 248-887-2218 (x3)

 

 

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