The library will be closed for Memorial Weekend. Have a safe and Happy Holiday with your family and friends! CLOSED: Saturday, May 26 – Monday, May 28
The Friends of the Library meeting is May 21, 2018 at 6:30 PM (Weather Permitting) Friends of the Otsego District Public Library Helping the library become the place that you will want to be all year round! The Otsego District Public Library is recognized as a valuable resource for the community. The library would not be […]
May 29 @ 4 PM Come for the pizza, stay for the fun! Join us each month to discuss what you’ve just read or are currently reading. Teens and tweens in middle school and high school are welcome to attend. Newcomers are always welcome! Pizza and refreshments will be provided.
Norsemen of Michigan – Living History Society Saturday, May 5 from 9 AM – 2 PM A Viking living history encampment will appear on the library grounds for this special event. The Norsemen of Michigan Living History Society are committed to portraying daily Viking living – from metal-smithing to weaving and authentic cooking demonstrations, as well as a […]
The Library Board meeting time has been bumped up to 5 PM on Thursday, April 19. Thank you for your cooperation.
Parenting and Caregiver Series Presented by Holly Tiret, MA ed., CFLE and MSU Extension Educator Digi-Life Families Thursday, April 26 at 7 PM What is considered to be a “healthy” diet of technology? Learn about the latest screen time guidelines for children and teens. This session will educate participants about talking with youth about online behavior, the relationship […]
Adult Winter Reading Club January 2 – March 30 Sign up to be part of our Adult “Read and Dine” Club. Read ten books and you could win a Kindle Fire HD or a $25 gift card to a local restaurant. Reading logs will be available at the circulation desk starting January 2, 2018.
Presented by Holly Tiret, MA ed., CFLE an MSU Extension Educator Communicating with Respect and Understanding Feelings Thursday, March 29 at 7 PM This workshop will help parents learn to model appropriate communication styles, define feelings of comfort and discomfort, learn to recognize feelings in children, and teach children how to manage their feelings.
Water Lily Canvas Painting with Andrea Tuesday, April 3 at 10 AM Learn a little about Claude Monet and create a Monet-inspired water lily painting by using acrylics with step-by-step instructions from our library director. This class is limited to elementary age children and registration is required. Space is limited to 30 participants. Lego Challenge with Jess Tuesday, April […]
Join us over spring break for fun events just for middle school and high school students. No registration required at teen & tween events. Teen Movie Day Tuesday, April 3 at 4 PM Grab your friends and head over to the library for a Movie Day! FREE Popcorn and refreshments provided. Monogram Initial Wednesday, April 4 at 4 PM Customize […]