Wednesday February 19, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 

Coding and computer science are a new kind of digital literacy, and libraries all over the U.S. are stepping up to help everyone build 21st century skills.  We’re launching our very own Code Club -- No coding expertise necessary.  Your kids can learn important tech skills and have fun along the way. They’ll work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! Code Club will meet every Wednesday starting January 15th from 6:00-7:00 pm in the Shipman Room. Every few weeks we’ll host a coding showcase.  For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Science

CONTACT: Lise Mitchell  517-627-7014  questions@gladl.org

Coding and computer science are a new kind of digital literacy, and libraries all over the U.S. are stepping up to help everyone build 21st century skills.  We’re launching our very own Code Club -- No coding expertise necessary.  Your kids can learn important tech skills and have fun along the way. They’ll work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! Code Club will meet every Wednesday starting January 15th from 6:00-7:00 pm in the Shipman Room. Every few weeks we’ll host a coding showcase.  For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Science

CONTACT:
  Lise Mitchell
  517.627.7014
  questions@gladl.org

 
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6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Acrylic Painting Workshop

Learn to paint with acrylics! Canvases, paint, and brushes will be supplied. Participants 10 years old and up are encouraged to bring aprons and/or clothing that can be soiled. Paintings will be able to be taken home at the end of the evening, or may be left at the library to dry (to be picked up by 02/23/19). Registration is required to ensure adequate supplies.

CONTACT: Stefanie Black  517-627-7014  gladlmarketing@gmail.com

Learn to paint with acrylics! Canvases, paint, and brushes will be supplied. Participants 10 years old and up are encouraged to bring aprons and/or clothing that can be soiled. Paintings will be able to be taken home at the end of the evening, or may be left at the library to dry (to be picked up by 02/23/19). Registration is required to ensure adequate supplies.

CONTACT:
  Stefanie Black
  517.627.7014
  gladlmarketing@gmail.com


Thursday February 20, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Crafting for a Cause

A gathering to support and serve our community through crafting. Bring something to work on to be completed at home. The donations will benefit the Grand Ledge Food and Clothing Pantry and Hannah's House. All skill levels are welcome to attend.

CONTACT: Cheryl Mulder  517-627-7014  mulder.cheryl@gmail.com

A gathering to support and serve our community through crafting. Bring something to work on to be completed at home. The donations will benefit the Grand Ledge Food and Clothing Pantry and Hannah's House. All skill levels are welcome to attend.

CONTACT:
  Cheryl Mulder
  517.627.7014
  mulder.cheryl@gmail.com

 
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6:30 PM - 7:00 PM
PJ Storytime/Sensory Friendly

PJ Storytime returns on a new night and time! We'll turn down some lights and keep our voices soft as young children and caregivers visit for quiet stories, gentle songs and rhymes and a snack. PJ's and stuffed toys are welcome! Families welcome at 6 to check out materials, get library cards, etc. Themed sleepy stories start at 6:30, with quiet songs/rhymes, a snack and then home to bed at 7 pm. (Dim lights and quiet voices make this storytime appropriate for children who prefer a sensory-friendly experience.)

CONTACT: Carol  5176277014  robinsoncarol18@gmail.com

PJ Storytime returns on a new night and time! We'll turn down some lights and keep our voices soft as young children and caregivers visit for quiet stories, gentle songs and rhymes and a snack. PJ's and stuffed toys are welcome! Families welcome at 6 to check out materials, get library cards, etc. Themed sleepy stories start at 6:30, with quiet songs/rhymes, a snack and then home to bed at 7 pm. (Dim lights and quiet voices make this storytime appropriate for children who prefer a sensory-friendly experience.)

CONTACT:
  Carol
  5176277014
  robinsoncarol18@gmail.com

Friday February 21, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
½ Day LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics with 4-H STEM Workshop!

Enjoy your 1/2 day off from school—come to the LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics. We'll have an afternoon of fun building, programming, learning and experimenting! 4-H staff will lead exciting interactive STEM Robotics activities. For new 4-H members, the cost is $20. For youth already enrolled in 4-H, the workshop is free. Scholarships are available.

Open to youth ages 8 – 19, pre-registration required; attendance at both half-day workshops is expected. Limited number of LEGO sets

Register online -- need to join 4H & setup your profile first -- MSU 4H event info

For more information about Eaton County MSU Extension or help with getting Registered -- PLEASE call Kristy at (517) 543-2310 or email oosterh6@msu.edu

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
LOCATION: 1931 Room

Enjoy your 1/2 day off from school—come to the LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics. We'll have an afternoon of fun building, programming, learning and experimenting! 4-H staff will lead exciting interactive STEM Robotics activities. For new 4-H members, the cost is $20. For youth already enrolled in 4-H, the workshop is free. Scholarships are available.

Open to youth ages 8 – 19, pre-registration required; attendance at both half-day workshops is expected. Limited number of LEGO sets

Register online -- need to join 4H & setup your profile first -- MSU 4H event info

For more information about Eaton County MSU Extension or help with getting Registered -- PLEASE call Kristy at (517) 543-2310 or email oosterh6@msu.edu

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

LOCATION: 1931 Room

Saturday February 22, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Battle Book Chat

Join us for a fun and casual discussion of this year’s battle books. We'll play some games, and enjoy sonme treats as we  dive deeper into the themes, plots, and characters and prepare for battle by improving your knowledge of the books.

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
LOCATION: 1931 Room

Join us for a fun and casual discussion of this year’s battle books. We'll play some games, and enjoy sonme treats as we  dive deeper into the themes, plots, and characters and prepare for battle by improving your knowledge of the books.

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

LOCATION: 1931 Room

Sunday February 23, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Monday February 24, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Home School Study Group

We've made a time and a place available for any and all area homeschool families to meet, study, discuss-- together! Share ideas with other home-schoolers, collaborate on projects, use library resources for learning, and enjoy some fellowship together. All area homeschool families are welcome! For more information, call 627-7014 and ask for Danielle.

Looking for more learning resources -- check out our School Tools page for useful resources from library catalogs to encyclopedias to full text magazines articles to live online tutors from 3-10pm every day of the week!

CONTACT: Danielle  517-627-7014
LOCATION: 1931 Room

We've made a time and a place available for any and all area homeschool families to meet, study, discuss-- together! Share ideas with other home-schoolers, collaborate on projects, use library resources for learning, and enjoy some fellowship together. All area homeschool families are welcome! For more information, call 627-7014 and ask for Danielle.

Looking for more learning resources -- check out our School Tools page for useful resources from library catalogs to encyclopedias to full text magazines articles to live online tutors from 3-10pm every day of the week!

CONTACT:
  Danielle
  517.627.7014
  

LOCATION: 1931 Room

Tuesday February 25, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Preschool Storytime

Preschool Storytime for 3-6 year olds with their young siblings, parents or caregivers. Stories, songs, and literacy enhancing activities include: read stories and talk about them, sing, learn rhymes and finger plays as we build fine and gross motor skills, learn the conventions and structure of language and have fun too! Special guests may include musicians, artists and community guest readers.

CONTACT: Danielle  517-627-7014  riley.danielle@sbcglobal.net

Preschool Storytime for 3-6 year olds with their young siblings, parents or caregivers. Stories, songs, and literacy enhancing activities include: read stories and talk about them, sing, learn rhymes and finger plays as we build fine and gross motor skills, learn the conventions and structure of language and have fun too! Special guests may include musicians, artists and community guest readers.

CONTACT:
  Danielle
  517.627.7014
  riley.danielle@sbcglobal.net

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Meet-n-Greet Supreme Court Justice Candidate Elizabeth Welch

Everyone is welcome to come meet candidate for the open MI State Supreme Court seat, Elizabeth Welch.

From her website: 

Elizabeth Welch has dedicated her 24-year legal career to making Michigan work for us all. Safer and fair working conditions, equity in education, protecting our natural resources, and ensuring the law is applied fairly to all people of Michigan are the hallmarks of Elizabeth’s vast and respected career.

Elizabeth is a mother, dedicated public servant and a fighter for justice.  A bridge builder and a fierce advocate, Elizabeth is ready to bring her diverse experience to the highest court in our state. We hope you will join us as we seek justice for all.

https://www.welchforjustice.com/

CONTACT: Beth Bowen  5179741744  eatonindivisible@gmail.com
LOCATION: 1931 Room

Everyone is welcome to come meet candidate for the open MI State Supreme Court seat, Elizabeth Welch.

From her website: 

Elizabeth Welch has dedicated her 24-year legal career to making Michigan work for us all. Safer and fair working conditions, equity in education, protecting our natural resources, and ensuring the law is applied fairly to all people of Michigan are the hallmarks of Elizabeth’s vast and respected career.

Elizabeth is a mother, dedicated public servant and a fighter for justice.  A bridge builder and a fierce advocate, Elizabeth is ready to bring her diverse experience to the highest court in our state. We hope you will join us as we seek justice for all.

https://www.welchforjustice.com/

CONTACT:
  Beth Bowen
  5179741744
  eatonindivisible@gmail.com

LOCATION: 1931 Room

Wednesday February 26, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Code Club Showcase

Code Club Showcase Day is February 26th.

Do you have a project that you've been working on or have finished, that you'd like to show to the rest of the club? Today's your opportunity to do so. We'll have a projector set up for coders to demonstrate what fun and exciting ideas they've come up with. Pizza will be provided, and we'll have Ozobots available to experiment with, as well. Ozobots are small, programmable robots that react to lines and colors, and can perform lots of different functions.

Coding and computer science are a new kind of digital literacy, and libraries all over the U.S. are stepping up to help everyone build 21st century skills.  We’re launching our very own Code Club -- No coding expertise necessary.  Your kids can learn important tech skills and have fun along the way. They’ll work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! Code Club will meet every Wednesday starting January 15th from 6:00-7:00 pm in the Shipman Room. Every few weeks we’ll host a coding showcase.  For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Science

CONTACT: Lise Mitchell  517-627-7014  questions@gladl.org

Code Club Showcase Day is February 26th.

Do you have a project that you've been working on or have finished, that you'd like to show to the rest of the club? Today's your opportunity to do so. We'll have a projector set up for coders to demonstrate what fun and exciting ideas they've come up with. Pizza will be provided, and we'll have Ozobots available to experiment with, as well. Ozobots are small, programmable robots that react to lines and colors, and can perform lots of different functions.

Coding and computer science are a new kind of digital literacy, and libraries all over the U.S. are stepping up to help everyone build 21st century skills.  We’re launching our very own Code Club -- No coding expertise necessary.  Your kids can learn important tech skills and have fun along the way. They’ll work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! Code Club will meet every Wednesday starting January 15th from 6:00-7:00 pm in the Shipman Room. Every few weeks we’ll host a coding showcase.  For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Science

CONTACT:
  Lise Mitchell
  517.627.7014
  questions@gladl.org

Thursday February 27, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Battle of the Books: Preliminary Battle

Event open to only registered team.  All teams compete in these written battles to see who knows the most about the five Battle books.  Teams will be assigned to compete either from 5:30-6:30 p.m. or 7-8 p.m.

Location: Delta Township District Library, 5130 Davenport Dr, Lansing, MI 48917

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Event open to only registered team.  All teams compete in these written battles to see who knows the most about the five Battle books.  Teams will be assigned to compete either from 5:30-6:30 p.m. or 7-8 p.m.

Location: Delta Township District Library, 5130 Davenport Dr, Lansing, MI 48917

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Friday February 28, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
½ Day LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics with 4-H STEM Workshop!

Enjoy your 1/2 day off from school—come to the LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics. We'll have an afternoon of fun building, programming, learning and experimenting! 4-H staff will lead exciting interactive STEM Robotics activities. For new 4-H members, the cost is $20. For youth already enrolled in 4-H, the workshop is free. Scholarships are available.

Open to youth ages 8 – 19, pre-registration required; attendance at both half-day workshops is expected. Limited number of LEGO sets

Register online -- need to join 4H & setup your profile first -- MSU 4H event info

For more information about Eaton County MSU Extension or help with getting Registered -- PLEASE call Kristy at (517) 543-2310 or email oosterh6@msu.edu

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
LOCATION: 1931 Room

Enjoy your 1/2 day off from school—come to the LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics. We'll have an afternoon of fun building, programming, learning and experimenting! 4-H staff will lead exciting interactive STEM Robotics activities. For new 4-H members, the cost is $20. For youth already enrolled in 4-H, the workshop is free. Scholarships are available.

Open to youth ages 8 – 19, pre-registration required; attendance at both half-day workshops is expected. Limited number of LEGO sets

Register online -- need to join 4H & setup your profile first -- MSU 4H event info

For more information about Eaton County MSU Extension or help with getting Registered -- PLEASE call Kristy at (517) 543-2310 or email oosterh6@msu.edu

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

LOCATION: 1931 Room

Saturday February 29, 2020
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, available at the Library or online and enter to win treats and surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st., all prizes claimed by April 15th.

Warm Winter Readers log :

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Miz Rosie Presents: Meet Harrriet Tubman

Rosie Chapman, a.k.a. Miz Rosie, is a storyteller, author, poet, and artist who thrills audiences of all ages with storytelling. Rosie’s interactive “edutainment”, warms the heart and stimulates the mind. Miz Rosie will offer a look into history with her performance of Harriet Tubman. Born into slavery, Harriet Tubman escaped to freedom in the North in 1849 to become the most famous "conductor" on the Underground Railroad! She risked her life to lead hundreds of family members and other slaves from the plantation system to freedom on this elaborate secret network of safe houses. A leading abolitionist before the Civil War, Tubman also worked as a Union Army spy during the Civil War. In honor of her life and by popular demand, in 2016, the U.S. Treasury Department announced that Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the center of a new $20 bill.

Recommended age for this program is 7 and up.

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
LOCATION: 1931 Room

Rosie Chapman, a.k.a. Miz Rosie, is a storyteller, author, poet, and artist who thrills audiences of all ages with storytelling. Rosie’s interactive “edutainment”, warms the heart and stimulates the mind. Miz Rosie will offer a look into history with her performance of Harriet Tubman. Born into slavery, Harriet Tubman escaped to freedom in the North in 1849 to become the most famous "conductor" on the Underground Railroad! She risked her life to lead hundreds of family members and other slaves from the plantation system to freedom on this elaborate secret network of safe houses. A leading abolitionist before the Civil War, Tubman also worked as a Union Army spy during the Civil War. In honor of her life and by popular demand, in 2016, the U.S. Treasury Department announced that Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the center of a new $20 bill.

Recommended age for this program is 7 and up.

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
  gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

LOCATION: 1931 Room


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