Date: Wednesday, February 4th
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Meeting Room
Professor Rochelle E. Danquah, a historian and researcher from Farmington Hills, will lead a discussion on the history of the Rev. J.S.T. Milligan of the Reformed Presbyterian Church and Underground Railroad Movement in Southfield, 1850s – 1860s. Come and learn about individual stories of determination and the Reformed Presbyterian Church’s role in this era of resistance.
Danquah is chairperson of the Michigan Freedom Trail Commission and is currently an Adjunct Professor for Wayne County Community College District and Schoolcraft College.
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Date: Thursday, January 29th
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: Space Station Program Room
In this program, preschoolers will enjoy fun stories, learn finger plays and sing songs.
This story time is for 3 – 5 year olds, not yet in kindergarten, with a caregiver. No registration is required, just drop in on the day you would like to attend.
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Yes, we have loads of e-books and audio books for you to “borrow” from us — any time of the day or night!
We offer the OverDrive e-book and audio book collections and OneClickdigital audio books — just enter your Southfield Library card number to see our online collections.
There’s help right within the sources if you need assistance — and we’ll be offering “drop in” tutoring sessions starting in January, too! Go to E-Books and Audiobooks to learn more, or ask a Librarian for more information!