Michigan City Public Library
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100 E. 4th Street, Michigan City, IN 46360, phone 219 - 873 - 3044 fax 219 - 873 - 3067

               
      January Events Calendar
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STEAM Ahead Kids: Ozobots 2:00 pm
STEAM Ahead Kids: Ozobots 4:00 pm
Beauty and the Beast Film Showing 10:00 am
STEAM Ahead Kids: Ozobots 4:00 pm
STEAM Ahead Kids: Ozobots 2:00 pm
 South Shore Scribes Writers Group 6:00 pm
 Gentle Flow Yoga 12:15 pm
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 STEAM Ahead Kids: Ozobots 4:00 pm
 Axis 360 eBook Event: Win an E-Reader! 2:00 pm
Tax Planning 2:00 pm
Duneland Stamp Club 6:00 pm
 Understanding Your Dreams 2:00 pm
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Steel Drum Concert Getaway 2:00 pm
Talk to a Lawyer for Free Day am-5:00 pm
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration for Kids 10:30 am
Tax Planning 5:00 pm
Tuesday Afternoon Story Time 1:00 pm
Children and their grown-ups will enjoy stories, songs and crafts by our Story Time Crew during this program designed for parent/guardian and child interaction. Please arrive a few minutes early to receive a name tag. For ages birth through 5 years, accompanied by an adult.
Wednesday Morning Story Time - 10:00 am

Join our writing group which meets the first and third Thursdays each month. Share your work with people who share your passion.
South Shore Scribes Writers Group - 6:00 pm

Secondhand Time: The Last of the Soviets by Svetlana Alexievich will be reviewed by Serena Sutliff. The magnum opus and latest work from Alexievich, the 2015 winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature-is a symphonic oral history about the disintegration of the Soviet Union and the emergence of a new Russia. This program will also be offered at the Westchester Township Historical Museum on Thursday, January 19 at 2:00 pm.
Bookmarks: Secondhand Time - 2:00 pm

Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community based preventive health screenings, is pleased to offer a preventive health event at Michigan City Public Library. Five screenings will be offered that scan for potential health problems related to block arteries, abdominal aneurysms, hardening of the arteries in the legs, atrial fibrillation or irregular heartbeat, and a bone density screening for men and women. The full screening takes 60-90 minutes to complete. To register and receive a $10 discount, please call 1-888-653-6441.
Life Line Screening - 2:00 pm

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Children and their grown-ups will enjoy stories, songs and crafts by our Story Time Crew during this program designed for parent/guardian and child interaction. Please arrive a few minutes early to receive a name tag. For ages birth through 5 years, accompanied by an adult.
Tuesday Afternoon Story Time - 1:00 pm

Children and their grown-ups will enjoy stories, songs and crafts by our Story Time Crew during this program designed for parent/guardian and child interaction. Please arrive a few minutes early to receive a name tag. For ages birth through 5 years, accompanied by an adult.
Wednesday Morning Story Time - 10:00 am

The monthly meeting of the library Board of Trustees is Wednesday, January 25 at 2:30 pm.
Library Board Meeting - 2:30pm

Stop in and use your imagination to create a beautiful winter craft. All materials provided. For children ages 5-12 years old. Child must be present to receive craft materials.
STEAM Ahead Kids: Winter Craft - 3:30 pm

  
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You might not think that Rome, Italy and Michigan City, Indiana are very similar but Purdue University professor emeritus Matthew Kubik thinks they are. His ideas will be presented at the library, Sunday, January 29 at 2:00 PM. Trained as an architect, Kubik retired to Michigan City after 30 years of teaching courses in art, architecture and urban form on the Purdue University Fort Wayne campus. He was recently appointed to the Michigan City Public Art Committee (MAC), which was formed to enrich the community through public art. Its purpose is to create an identity that celebrates Michigan City's unique historical, cultural and natural resources. "There are lessons to be learned from the streets of Rome that can be applied to transform Michigan City into a Renaissance city of art," says Kubik.
Renaissance City of Art: Lessons from Rome - 2:00 pm

 
Children and their grown-ups will enjoy stories, songs and crafts by our Story Time Crew during this program designed for parent/guardian and child interaction. Please arrive a few minutes early to receive a name tag. For ages birth through 5 years, accompanied by an adult.
Tuesday Afternoon Story Time - 1:00 pm

    

Thanks to the Friends of the Library, the Library Endowment Fund and the Platt-Coffin Trust Fund for their continued support of library programs.