Wednesday July 1, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
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(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Chronic Pain PATH: Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual workshop for those facing the challenge of Chronic Pain: 

Chronic Pain PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for individuals with chronic pain. In this virtual workshop, participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life. We address a variety of topics including fatigue management,dealing with difficult emotions, and pacing & planning. Includes the MovingEasy Program: safe exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance.

What: Chronic Pain PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security,TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the meeting.

When: Wednesdays, June 10 – July 15, 2020 from 10:00 am – 12 noon. Open for you to join at any time during this series.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual workshop for those facing the challenge of Chronic Pain: 

Chronic Pain PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for individuals with chronic pain. In this virtual workshop, participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life. We address a variety of topics including fatigue management,dealing with difficult emotions, and pacing & planning. Includes the MovingEasy Program: safe exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance.

What: Chronic Pain PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security,TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the meeting.

When: Wednesdays, June 10 – July 15, 2020 from 10:00 am – 12 noon. Open for you to join at any time during this series.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Preschool Virtual Music & Movement with Miss Sarah

Join Roth Academy of Music instructor and Elementary school teacher Miss Sarah for this FUN virtual interactive Early Childhood Music class for toddlers and their parents/caregivers. We'll discover the joys of music together through singing, movement, and play! This enrichment experience is best for ages 1-5-- but of course, other family members are welcome!.

Encourage your child to bring a stuffed animal and a scarf or small towel to these online sessions. Adult participation with your children is encouraged! Come ready to sing, move and play together with Miss Sarah!

Join us via ZOOM on this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87555717655?pwd=TmJhTXR0UnR4MGVSUE8wakpwSnE1Zz09

Meeting ID: 875 5571 7655

Dial by your location
        +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
 
Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Join Roth Academy of Music instructor and Elementary school teacher Miss Sarah for this FUN virtual interactive Early Childhood Music class for toddlers and their parents/caregivers. We'll discover the joys of music together through singing, movement, and play! This enrichment experience is best for ages 1-5-- but of course, other family members are welcome!.

Encourage your child to bring a stuffed animal and a scarf or small towel to these online sessions. Adult participation with your children is encouraged! Come ready to sing, move and play together with Miss Sarah!

Join us via ZOOM on this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87555717655?pwd=TmJhTXR0UnR4MGVSUE8wakpwSnE1Zz09

Meeting ID: 875 5571 7655

Dial by your location
        +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
 
Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Powerful Tools for Caregivers: A Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a Virtual Workshop for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an interactive workshop designed to help family caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a family member or friend. This program will give YOU, the family caregiver, tools to: help reduce stress and guilt, communicate effectively, take care of yourself, and much more! This program is not intended for professional caregivers.

What: Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security, TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the workshop.

When: Wednesdays, June 17 – July 22, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.

You can join this series at any time.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.) 

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

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a Virtual Workshop for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an interactive workshop designed to help family caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a family member or friend. This program will give YOU, the family caregiver, tools to: help reduce stress and guilt, communicate effectively, take care of yourself, and much more! This program is not intended for professional caregivers.

What: Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security, TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the workshop.

When: Wednesdays, June 17 – July 22, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.

You can join this series at any time.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.) 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Thursday July 2, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Curious GLADL: Virtual Fun!

This week -- Noisemakers-- Chicken in a Cup!

Join us via Zoom for this Virtual activity-- something fun, something curious, something science or STEAM!  We are looking for your ideas and want to hear about the projects you are doing at home.  We'll share projects that you can do at home with simple items to learn something new today -- because everybody should always be CURIOUS!

Join Zoom Meeting  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83539977178

Meeting ID: 835 3997 7178

Dial-in (1 646 558 8656)

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

This week -- Noisemakers-- Chicken in a Cup!

Join us via Zoom for this Virtual activity-- something fun, something curious, something science or STEAM!  We are looking for your ideas and want to hear about the projects you are doing at home.  We'll share projects that you can do at home with simple items to learn something new today -- because everybody should always be CURIOUS!

Join Zoom Meeting  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83539977178

Meeting ID: 835 3997 7178

Dial-in (1 646 558 8656)

CONTACT:
  Lise Mitchell
  517.627.7014
   questions@gladl.org

Friday July 3, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

Come "Imagine Your Story"-- in Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land?

This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Every Friday between now and July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story. 
Two ways to play: Using the weekly prompts: 
1. Submit a response to the prompt OR a finished story by Thursday of the following week. 
OR
2. Write one longer story with all the prompts, by July 24. 
 
  • One submission per person per week.
  • Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit.
  • We'll review all submitted stories and begin publishing them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Submit using this link: https://forms.gle/VgFW6KehvswFxp7P8 
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
All ages are welcome to play! 
 
Imagine your Story prompt #1, July 3, 2020. 
It's dark .. You can hear the dragon, but you cannot see it. You decide to...."
 
Tell us:
Who are you?
Describe the Dragon.
What happens when you meet?
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Come "Imagine Your Story"-- in Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land?

This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Every Friday between now and July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story. 
Two ways to play: Using the weekly prompts: 
1. Submit a response to the prompt OR a finished story by Thursday of the following week. 
OR
2. Write one longer story with all the prompts, by July 24. 
 
  • One submission per person per week.
  • Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit.
  • We'll review all submitted stories and begin publishing them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Submit using this link: https://forms.gle/VgFW6KehvswFxp7P8 
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
All ages are welcome to play! 
 
Imagine your Story prompt #1, July 3, 2020. 
It's dark .. You can hear the dragon, but you cannot see it. You decide to...."
 
Tell us:
Who are you?
Describe the Dragon.
What happens when you meet?
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Saturday July 4, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Sunday July 5, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
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(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Monday July 6, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Flower Crowns: A Take-Home Craft

Learn about fairies, elves, & other mythical creatures in this magical event. At 3 pm on July 6, we'll host a ZOOM presentation on making a Flower Crown, tell legends of fairies and make a Flower Crown step-by-step with you. The Fairy Folk will certainly be impressed!

First--Register for this program using the form:

Next-- come to the library to pick up your Take-Home Craft kit, with materials you'll  to build your Flower Crown.

Then--Join us at a ZOOM meeting with this link:

Join Zoom Meeting - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83704963333

Meeting ID: 837 0496 3333
 

Flower Crown take-Home Craft Kits:

Due to the limited number of craft kits available, you must register for this activity  to make the craft with one of our FREE kits. Please register for this presentation by July 1, and pick up your Flower Crown Take Home Craft kit at GLADL from noon on July 2 to 4 pm on July 5. One item per registered participant.

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connecthttps://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygZ96J_z4AY?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

 

 

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
The registration period has ended.

Learn about fairies, elves, & other mythical creatures in this magical event. At 3 pm on July 6, we'll host a ZOOM presentation on making a Flower Crown, tell legends of fairies and make a Flower Crown step-by-step with you. The Fairy Folk will certainly be impressed!

First--Register for this program using the form:

Next-- come to the library to pick up your Take-Home Craft kit, with materials you'll  to build your Flower Crown.

Then--Join us at a ZOOM meeting with this link:

Join Zoom Meeting - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83704963333

Meeting ID: 837 0496 3333
 

Flower Crown take-Home Craft Kits:

Due to the limited number of craft kits available, you must register for this activity  to make the craft with one of our FREE kits. Please register for this presentation by July 1, and pick up your Flower Crown Take Home Craft kit at GLADL from noon on July 2 to 4 pm on July 5. One item per registered participant.

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connecthttps://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygZ96J_z4AY?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

 

 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

The registration period has ended.

Tuesday July 7, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
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(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Myths & Legends: Virtual Presentations

Join us for a virtual exploration of  Myths and Legends of many lands and cultures during our Summer Reading Program-- "Imagine Your Story: Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales". Our exploration will examine many "Myths & Legends" , including possibly: Wizards, Dwarfs, Zeus, Odin, Mowgli, Peter Pan,The Great Turtle, The Firebird and more! Visit our YouTube channel  during Summer Reading  and dive deep into the Myths & Legends and the fantastical stories created about them!

Visit our YouTube channel!

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

Join us for a virtual exploration of  Myths and Legends of many lands and cultures during our Summer Reading Program-- "Imagine Your Story: Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales". Our exploration will examine many "Myths & Legends" , including possibly: Wizards, Dwarfs, Zeus, Odin, Mowgli, Peter Pan,The Great Turtle, The Firebird and more! Visit our YouTube channel  during Summer Reading  and dive deep into the Myths & Legends and the fantastical stories created about them!

Visit our YouTube channel!

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Fairy Tale Storytime: A Virtual Storytime

Join us for virtual fairy tales and adventures via Zoom!


Join us for a virtual story-time during our Summer Reading Program "Imagine Your Story: Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales". Listen to stories read by our library staff, hear rhymes and songs to sing along. Different stories and fun each week--come join us for "Fairy Tale Storytime"!

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83338429945

Meeting ID: 833 3842 9945

Dial in  (1 646 558 8656)

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

Join us for virtual fairy tales and adventures via Zoom!


Join us for a virtual story-time during our Summer Reading Program "Imagine Your Story: Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales". Listen to stories read by our library staff, hear rhymes and songs to sing along. Different stories and fun each week--come join us for "Fairy Tale Storytime"!

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83338429945

Meeting ID: 833 3842 9945

Dial in  (1 646 558 8656)

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Wednesday July 8, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Chronic Pain PATH: Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual workshop for those facing the challenge of Chronic Pain: 

Chronic Pain PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for individuals with chronic pain. In this virtual workshop, participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life. We address a variety of topics including fatigue management,dealing with difficult emotions, and pacing & planning. Includes the MovingEasy Program: safe exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance.

What: Chronic Pain PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security,TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the meeting.

When: Wednesdays, June 10 – July 15, 2020 from 10:00 am – 12 noon. Open for you to join at any time during this series.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual workshop for those facing the challenge of Chronic Pain: 

Chronic Pain PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for individuals with chronic pain. In this virtual workshop, participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life. We address a variety of topics including fatigue management,dealing with difficult emotions, and pacing & planning. Includes the MovingEasy Program: safe exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance.

What: Chronic Pain PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security,TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the meeting.

When: Wednesdays, June 10 – July 15, 2020 from 10:00 am – 12 noon. Open for you to join at any time during this series.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Powerful Tools for Caregivers: A Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a Virtual Workshop for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an interactive workshop designed to help family caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a family member or friend. This program will give YOU, the family caregiver, tools to: help reduce stress and guilt, communicate effectively, take care of yourself, and much more! This program is not intended for professional caregivers.

What: Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security, TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the workshop.

When: Wednesdays, June 17 – July 22, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.

You can join this series at any time.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.) 

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

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a Virtual Workshop for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an interactive workshop designed to help family caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a family member or friend. This program will give YOU, the family caregiver, tools to: help reduce stress and guilt, communicate effectively, take care of yourself, and much more! This program is not intended for professional caregivers.

What: Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security, TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the workshop.

When: Wednesdays, June 17 – July 22, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.

You can join this series at any time.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.) 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Virtual Grand Prix Mario Kart

Social distancing got you down? Got a Nintendo Switch? Join us for GLADL’s Virtual Grand Prix Mario Kart from 6-7 pm! Play against your friends and folks from all across Grand Ledge and dominate the race! All skill levels welcome!

You can join us by looking it up with the code 2626-9881-7067! See you on the racetrack!

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

Social distancing got you down? Got a Nintendo Switch? Join us for GLADL’s Virtual Grand Prix Mario Kart from 6-7 pm! Play against your friends and folks from all across Grand Ledge and dominate the race! All skill levels welcome!

You can join us by looking it up with the code 2626-9881-7067! See you on the racetrack!

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Thursday July 9, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Ukulele Play-Along with Roth Academy of Music
Join us, sing and play along with some fun introductory online ukulele classes with Michaela, a ukulele, piano and voice teacher from Roth Academy of Music here in Grand Ledge! Tune in from your house and Michaela will help you learn some chords, learn some easy songs and have musical fun with the ukulele. And even if you don't have a ukulele, you can still have fun and sing along with fun songs for all ages! Join us via ZOOM-- click the link or follow the information below. To download the music:  http://www.rothacademy.com/documents/ Michaela is looking forward to seeing you!

Topic: Uke Play Along
Time: 3:00 PM America/Detroit
Presenter: Michaela
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84725443209?pwd=RTRVUitna0tWOXdtRWlhcFNoTnRRdz09

Meeting ID: 847 2544 3209
Password: 050486

One tap mobile
+13126266799,,84725443209#,,1#,050486# US (Chicago) 

Dial in (1 929 205 6099)
Meeting ID: 847 2544 3209
Password: 050486
 

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connecthttps://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygZ96J_z4AY?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
Join us, sing and play along with some fun introductory online ukulele classes with Michaela, a ukulele, piano and voice teacher from Roth Academy of Music here in Grand Ledge! Tune in from your house and Michaela will help you learn some chords, learn some easy songs and have musical fun with the ukulele. And even if you don't have a ukulele, you can still have fun and sing along with fun songs for all ages! Join us via ZOOM-- click the link or follow the information below. To download the music:  http://www.rothacademy.com/documents/ Michaela is looking forward to seeing you!

Topic: Uke Play Along
Time: 3:00 PM America/Detroit
Presenter: Michaela
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84725443209?pwd=RTRVUitna0tWOXdtRWlhcFNoTnRRdz09

Meeting ID: 847 2544 3209
Password: 050486

One tap mobile
+13126266799,,84725443209#,,1#,050486# US (Chicago) 

Dial in (1 929 205 6099)
Meeting ID: 847 2544 3209
Password: 050486
 

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connecthttps://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygZ96J_z4AY?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Friday July 10, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

Come "Imagine Your Story"-- in Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land?

This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Every Friday between now and July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story. 
Two ways to play: Using the weekly prompts: 
1. Submit a response to the prompt OR a finished story by Thursday of the following week. 
OR
2. Write one longer story with all the prompts, by July 24. 
 
  • One submission per person per week.
  • Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit.
  • We'll review all submitted stories and begin publishing them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Submit using this link: https://forms.gle/VgFW6KehvswFxp7P8 
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
All ages are welcome to play! 

Imagine your Story prompt #2. 

Time has passed. You are in a new place. You have learned the dragon's story. Now you will...."

Tell us:

What is the dragon's story?

Describe where you are.

Why are you here?

Imagine your Story prompt #1, July 3, 2020. 
It's dark .. You can hear the dragon, but you cannot see it. You decide to...."
 
Tell us:
Who are you?
Describe the Dragon.
What happens when you meet?
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Come "Imagine Your Story"-- in Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land?

This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Every Friday between now and July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story. 
Two ways to play: Using the weekly prompts: 
1. Submit a response to the prompt OR a finished story by Thursday of the following week. 
OR
2. Write one longer story with all the prompts, by July 24. 
 
  • One submission per person per week.
  • Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit.
  • We'll review all submitted stories and begin publishing them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Submit using this link: https://forms.gle/VgFW6KehvswFxp7P8 
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
All ages are welcome to play! 

Imagine your Story prompt #2. 

Time has passed. You are in a new place. You have learned the dragon's story. Now you will...."

Tell us:

What is the dragon's story?

Describe where you are.

Why are you here?

Imagine your Story prompt #1, July 3, 2020. 
It's dark .. You can hear the dragon, but you cannot see it. You decide to...."
 
Tell us:
Who are you?
Describe the Dragon.
What happens when you meet?
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Saturday July 11, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Sunday July 12, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Monday July 13, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Diabetes PATH Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual Workshop for those managing the challenges of diabetes

Diabetes PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for people with diabetes or pre-diabetes. The workshop includes diabetes education in an interactive style. Participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life.

What: Diabetes PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom

When: Mondays, July 13 – August 17, 2020 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Monday,July 6 at 1:00 pm (new dates)

You may join this series at anytime!

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual Workshop for those managing the challenges of diabetes

Diabetes PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for people with diabetes or pre-diabetes. The workshop includes diabetes education in an interactive style. Participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life.

What: Diabetes PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom

When: Mondays, July 13 – August 17, 2020 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Monday,July 6 at 1:00 pm (new dates)

You may join this series at anytime!

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Wizard's Wands Virtual & Take-Home Craft

Learn about Wizards, Sorcerers and Magic Wands in this magical event.  At 3 pm on July 13, we'll host a Zoom presentation to tell stories and legends of Wizards & Magic Wands and make a Wizards Wand step-by-step with you! "Accio, wand-- Wingardium Leviosa!"

First--Register by July 8 using the form.

Supplies are limited-- register to make the craft with one of our FREE kits.  One kit per registered program participant, please.  

Next-- pick up your Take-Home Craft kit at GLADL from noon on July 9.  

Then--Join us at 3 pm on July 13 to make the craft at a ZOOM meeting with this link:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81588494539

Meeting ID: 815 8849 4539
One tap mobile
+16465588656,,81588494539# US (New York)
+13017158592,,81588494539# US (Germantown)  

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connecthttps://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygZ96J_z4AY?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

 

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
The registration period has ended.

Learn about Wizards, Sorcerers and Magic Wands in this magical event.  At 3 pm on July 13, we'll host a Zoom presentation to tell stories and legends of Wizards & Magic Wands and make a Wizards Wand step-by-step with you! "Accio, wand-- Wingardium Leviosa!"

First--Register by July 8 using the form.

Supplies are limited-- register to make the craft with one of our FREE kits.  One kit per registered program participant, please.  

Next-- pick up your Take-Home Craft kit at GLADL from noon on July 9.  

Then--Join us at 3 pm on July 13 to make the craft at a ZOOM meeting with this link:

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81588494539

Meeting ID: 815 8849 4539
One tap mobile
+16465588656,,81588494539# US (New York)
+13017158592,,81588494539# US (Germantown)  

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connecthttps://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygZ96J_z4AY?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

The registration period has ended.

Tuesday July 14, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Myths & Legends: Virtual Presentations

Join us for a virtual exploration of  Myths and Legends of many lands and cultures during our Summer Reading Program-- "Imagine Your Story: Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales". Our exploration will examine many "Myths & Legends" , including possibly: Wizards, Dwarfs, Zeus, Odin, Mowgli, Peter Pan,The Great Turtle, The Firebird and more! Visit our YouTube channel  during Summer Reading  and dive deep into the Myths & Legends and the fantastical stories created about them!

Visit our YouTube channel!

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

Join us for a virtual exploration of  Myths and Legends of many lands and cultures during our Summer Reading Program-- "Imagine Your Story: Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales". Our exploration will examine many "Myths & Legends" , including possibly: Wizards, Dwarfs, Zeus, Odin, Mowgli, Peter Pan,The Great Turtle, The Firebird and more! Visit our YouTube channel  during Summer Reading  and dive deep into the Myths & Legends and the fantastical stories created about them!

Visit our YouTube channel!

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Picnic Playdate: a Family Storytime

Meet at GLADL Tuesdays at 11 am and follow the little red wagon to the Trinity Episcopal Church playground for a family storytime filled with stories, songs, and activities! An outdoor, sunshiney, playdate summer story-time for children (and their caregivers) with summery activities. Open to children of all ages. We'll observe safe social distancing. Rain location: 1931 Room – Stories to be told rain or shine!

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

Meet at GLADL Tuesdays at 11 am and follow the little red wagon to the Trinity Episcopal Church playground for a family storytime filled with stories, songs, and activities! An outdoor, sunshiney, playdate summer story-time for children (and their caregivers) with summery activities. Open to children of all ages. We'll observe safe social distancing. Rain location: 1931 Room – Stories to be told rain or shine!

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

LOCATION: 1931 Room

 
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2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Mad Hatter Virtual Magic Show with Joel Tacy!

Mad Hatter Joel’s WonderReader Magic Show - *ALL NEW* Visit Wonderland for reading adventure with Mad Hatter Joel! Bringing 7 wonderful books to life, this exciting show features dazzling magic, goofy gadgets, wacky stunts, and lots of fun. This program will have kids and grown-ups laughing out loud and crazy about reading!

This year, Mad Hatter Joel will present his Magic online for your virtual enjoyment! Watch him carefully-- you never know what "mad" magic the "Mad Hatter" will do! 

Wandoo Summer Reading Challenge Word Is "Magician"

This Event will go live on YouTube: July 14: https://youtu.be/OIreadZYQCM
 
Can't get enough Mad Hatter Joel? You can re-watch the show all this week! Try on the above link or at the Grand Ledge Area District Library Youtube channel!
 
 
 
 
 

 

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

Mad Hatter Joel’s WonderReader Magic Show - *ALL NEW* Visit Wonderland for reading adventure with Mad Hatter Joel! Bringing 7 wonderful books to life, this exciting show features dazzling magic, goofy gadgets, wacky stunts, and lots of fun. This program will have kids and grown-ups laughing out loud and crazy about reading!

This year, Mad Hatter Joel will present his Magic online for your virtual enjoyment! Watch him carefully-- you never know what "mad" magic the "Mad Hatter" will do! 

Wandoo Summer Reading Challenge Word Is "Magician"

This Event will go live on YouTube: July 14: https://youtu.be/OIreadZYQCM
 
Can't get enough Mad Hatter Joel? You can re-watch the show all this week! Try on the above link or at the Grand Ledge Area District Library Youtube channel!
 
 
 
 
 

 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Wednesday July 15, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
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(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
AARP Michigan Virtual workshop:'Fun' erals, Green Burials & More

 Join AARP Michigan for exciting virtual events every month!  These events are all fun, FREE and fantastic.  Discover new possibilities in your community and get to know us and what we’re doing in the Great Lakes State.

Click the link in the title below for today's Virtual Presentation:                
 ‘Fun’erals, Green Burials & More  
 
Planning for the inevitable can help avoid confusion and added heartache at journey’s end. A sensitive and humorous approach to funerals and all the options available will get you thinking and planning for burials and ‘fun’erals.

Presenter: Jodi M. Clock


See all of AARP Michigan's virtual events here. AARP Michigan  updates this page with new events regularly, so check often! You can also see what AARP Michigan doing and attend Facebook Live events here. AARP look's forward to seeing you-virtually!

Follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 Join AARP Michigan for exciting virtual events every month!  These events are all fun, FREE and fantastic.  Discover new possibilities in your community and get to know us and what we’re doing in the Great Lakes State.

Click the link in the title below for today's Virtual Presentation:                
 
Planning for the inevitable can help avoid confusion and added heartache at journey’s end. A sensitive and humorous approach to funerals and all the options available will get you thinking and planning for burials and ‘fun’erals.

Presenter: Jodi M. Clock


See all of AARP Michigan's virtual events here. AARP Michigan  updates this page with new events regularly, so check often! You can also see what AARP Michigan doing and attend Facebook Live events here. AARP look's forward to seeing you-virtually!

Follow us on Facebook or Twitter.
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Chronic Pain PATH: Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual workshop for those facing the challenge of Chronic Pain: 

Chronic Pain PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for individuals with chronic pain. In this virtual workshop, participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life. We address a variety of topics including fatigue management,dealing with difficult emotions, and pacing & planning. Includes the MovingEasy Program: safe exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance.

What: Chronic Pain PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security,TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the meeting.

When: Wednesdays, June 10 – July 15, 2020 from 10:00 am – 12 noon. Open for you to join at any time during this series.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual workshop for those facing the challenge of Chronic Pain: 

Chronic Pain PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for individuals with chronic pain. In this virtual workshop, participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life. We address a variety of topics including fatigue management,dealing with difficult emotions, and pacing & planning. Includes the MovingEasy Program: safe exercises to improve strength, flexibility, and endurance.

What: Chronic Pain PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security,TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the meeting.

When: Wednesdays, June 10 – July 15, 2020 from 10:00 am – 12 noon. Open for you to join at any time during this series.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Preschool Virtual Music & Movement with Miss Sarah

Join Roth Academy of Music instructor and Elementary school teacher Miss Sarah for this FUN virtual interactive Early Childhood Music class for toddlers and their parents/caregivers. We'll discover the joys of music together through singing, movement, and play! This enrichment experience is best for ages 1-5-- but of course, other family members are welcome!.

Encourage your child to bring a stuffed animal and a scarf or small towel to these online sessions. Adult participation with your children is encouraged! Come ready to sing, move and play together with Miss Sarah!

Join us via ZOOM on this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87555717655?pwd=TmJhTXR0UnR4MGVSUE8wakpwSnE1Zz09

Meeting ID: 875 5571 7655

Dial by your location
        +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
 
Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Join Roth Academy of Music instructor and Elementary school teacher Miss Sarah for this FUN virtual interactive Early Childhood Music class for toddlers and their parents/caregivers. We'll discover the joys of music together through singing, movement, and play! This enrichment experience is best for ages 1-5-- but of course, other family members are welcome!.

Encourage your child to bring a stuffed animal and a scarf or small towel to these online sessions. Adult participation with your children is encouraged! Come ready to sing, move and play together with Miss Sarah!

Join us via ZOOM on this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87555717655?pwd=TmJhTXR0UnR4MGVSUE8wakpwSnE1Zz09

Meeting ID: 875 5571 7655

Dial by your location
        +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
 
Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Imagine Your Story: Kids Creating Poetry!

Kids get creative in this poetry "play"shop! We'll listen to and interpret fun and funny poems through art, song and creative movement!  We’ll use music and movement to think about what poetry is trying to communicate--and then Imagine our Story in Poems to share!

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
The registration period has ended.

Kids get creative in this poetry "play"shop! We'll listen to and interpret fun and funny poems through art, song and creative movement!  We’ll use music and movement to think about what poetry is trying to communicate--and then Imagine our Story in Poems to share!

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

The registration period has ended.

 
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2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Powerful Tools for Caregivers: A Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a Virtual Workshop for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an interactive workshop designed to help family caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a family member or friend. This program will give YOU, the family caregiver, tools to: help reduce stress and guilt, communicate effectively, take care of yourself, and much more! This program is not intended for professional caregivers.

What: Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security, TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the workshop.

When: Wednesdays, June 17 – July 22, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.

You can join this series at any time.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.) 

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

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a Virtual Workshop for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an interactive workshop designed to help family caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a family member or friend. This program will give YOU, the family caregiver, tools to: help reduce stress and guilt, communicate effectively, take care of yourself, and much more! This program is not intended for professional caregivers.

What: Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security, TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the workshop.

When: Wednesdays, June 17 – July 22, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.

You can join this series at any time.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.) 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 

Code Club is back with Social Distancing! We will meet in the 1931 Room, have fun and flex our coding muscles – on computers, robots, and no tech/low tech ways – your imagination is the only limit!  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!  For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

This is a drop-in event -- no need to register or worry about catching up to other coders -- everybody works at their own speed and the goal is fun and collaboration.  You will be coding before you know it.

CONTACT: Scott Green  517-627-7014  itservices@gladl.org

Code Club is back with Social Distancing! We will meet in the 1931 Room, have fun and flex our coding muscles – on computers, robots, and no tech/low tech ways – your imagination is the only limit!  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!  For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

This is a drop-in event -- no need to register or worry about catching up to other coders -- everybody works at their own speed and the goal is fun and collaboration.  You will be coding before you know it.

CONTACT:
  Scott Green
  517.627.7014
   itservices@gladl.org

Thursday July 16, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Sky Stories: Myths & Legends in the Stars Virtual Program

Join us for a special virtual presentation from Abrams Planetarium presents: "Sky Stories: Myths & Legends in the Stars"!

Who is Orion? Who is Cassiopeia? How did ancient people see the night sky and what are the stories they told? Learn traditional star stories as well as understand modern literature better – where do all those names come from in Harry Potter!

This event premiers on our YouTube channel today: Follow this linkto watch and enjoy:https://youtu.be/CpfcPummFb4

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

Join us for a special virtual presentation from Abrams Planetarium presents: "Sky Stories: Myths & Legends in the Stars"!

Who is Orion? Who is Cassiopeia? How did ancient people see the night sky and what are the stories they told? Learn traditional star stories as well as understand modern literature better – where do all those names come from in Harry Potter!

This event premiers on our YouTube channel today: Follow this linkto watch and enjoy:https://youtu.be/CpfcPummFb4

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Curious GLADL: Virtual Fun!

This week -- take flight with GLIDERS!

Join us via Zoom for this Virtual activity-- something fun, something curious, something science or STEAM!  We are looking for your ideas and want to hear about the projects you are doing at home.  We'll share projects that you can do at home with simple items to learn something new today -- because everybody should always be CURIOUS!

Join Zoom Meeting  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83539977178

Meeting ID: 835 3997 7178

Dial-in (1 646 558 8656)

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

This week -- take flight with GLIDERS!

Join us via Zoom for this Virtual activity-- something fun, something curious, something science or STEAM!  We are looking for your ideas and want to hear about the projects you are doing at home.  We'll share projects that you can do at home with simple items to learn something new today -- because everybody should always be CURIOUS!

Join Zoom Meeting  https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83539977178

Meeting ID: 835 3997 7178

Dial-in (1 646 558 8656)

CONTACT:
  Lise Mitchell
  517.627.7014
   questions@gladl.org

 
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8:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Sky Stories: Myths & Legends in the Stars Virtual Program

Join us for a special virtual presentation from Abrams Planetarium presents: "Sky Stories: Myths & Legends in the Stars"!

Who is Orion? Who is Cassiopeia? How did ancient people see the night sky and what are the stories they told? Learn traditional star stories as well as understand modern literature better – where do all those names come from in Harry Potter!  

This event premiers on our YouTube channel today: Follow this link to watch and enjoy:https://youtu.be/CpfcPummFb4

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

Join us for a special virtual presentation from Abrams Planetarium presents: "Sky Stories: Myths & Legends in the Stars"!

Who is Orion? Who is Cassiopeia? How did ancient people see the night sky and what are the stories they told? Learn traditional star stories as well as understand modern literature better – where do all those names come from in Harry Potter!  

This event premiers on our YouTube channel today: Follow this link to watch and enjoy:https://youtu.be/CpfcPummFb4

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Friday July 17, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

Come "Imagine Your Story"-- in Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land?

This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Every Friday between now and July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story. 
Two ways to play: Using the weekly prompts: 
1. Submit a response to the prompt OR a finished story by Thursday of the following week. 
OR
2. Write one longer story with all the prompts, by July 24. 
  • One submission per person per week.
  • Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit.
  • We'll review all submitted stories and begin publishing them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Submit using this link: https://forms.gle/VgFW6KehvswFxp7P8 
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
All ages are welcome to play! 

Imagine Your Story prompt #3

You have had an amazing journey. The dragon ___________. Your story is ending-- for now...?

Tell us:

Where are you now?

Why was your adventure important/exciting?

What will happen to you and the dragon now?

 

Imagine your Story prompt #2. 

Time has passed. You are in a new place. You have learned the dragon's story. Now you will...."

Tell us:

What is the dragon's story?

Describe where you are.

Why are you here?

 

Imagine your Story prompt #1, July 3, 2020. 

It's dark .. You can hear the dragon, but you cannot see it. You decide to...."
 
Tell us:
Who are you?
Describe the Dragon.
What happens when you meet?
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Come "Imagine Your Story"-- in Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land?

This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Every Friday between now and July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story. 
Two ways to play: Using the weekly prompts: 
1. Submit a response to the prompt OR a finished story by Thursday of the following week. 
OR
2. Write one longer story with all the prompts, by July 24. 
  • One submission per person per week.
  • Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit.
  • We'll review all submitted stories and begin publishing them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Submit using this link: https://forms.gle/VgFW6KehvswFxp7P8 
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
All ages are welcome to play! 

Imagine Your Story prompt #3

You have had an amazing journey. The dragon ___________. Your story is ending-- for now...?

Tell us:

Where are you now?

Why was your adventure important/exciting?

What will happen to you and the dragon now?

 

Imagine your Story prompt #2. 

Time has passed. You are in a new place. You have learned the dragon's story. Now you will...."

Tell us:

What is the dragon's story?

Describe where you are.

Why are you here?

 

Imagine your Story prompt #1, July 3, 2020. 

It's dark .. You can hear the dragon, but you cannot see it. You decide to...."
 
Tell us:
Who are you?
Describe the Dragon.
What happens when you meet?
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
AARP Michigan Virtual Workshop: Fraud Fridays

Join AARP Michigan for exciting virtual events every month! These events are all fun, FREE, and fantastic.  Discover new possibilities in your community and get to know us and what we’re doing in the Great Lakes State.

Click the link in the title below for today's Virtual Presentation:                

 

Fraud Fridays

Every Friday is Fraud Friday!

Learn why some people are especially vulnerable to financial predators and how to strengthen your defenses. Get details on how victims are targeted and manipulated so you can spot threats. Join each Friday on Facebook for Fraud tips or a live presentation with Q & A.  

See all of AARP Michigan's virtual events here. AARP Michigan updates this page with new events regularly, so check often! You can also see what ARRP MIchigan's  doing and attend Facebook Live events here.
 AARP Michigan looks forward to seeingyou-virtually!

Follow us on Facebookor Twitter.

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

Join AARP Michigan for exciting virtual events every month! These events are all fun, FREE, and fantastic.  Discover new possibilities in your community and get to know us and what we’re doing in the Great Lakes State.

Click the link in the title below for today's Virtual Presentation:                

 

Fraud Fridays

Every Friday is Fraud Friday!

Learn why some people are especially vulnerable to financial predators and how to strengthen your defenses. Get details on how victims are targeted and manipulated so you can spot threats. Join each Friday on Facebook for Fraud tips or a live presentation with Q & A.  

See all of AARP Michigan's virtual events here. AARP Michigan updates this page with new events regularly, so check often! You can also see what ARRP MIchigan's  doing and attend Facebook Live events here.
 AARP Michigan looks forward to seeingyou-virtually!

Follow us on Facebookor Twitter.

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Saturday July 18, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Sunday July 19, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Monday July 20, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: Creature Creator!

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

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

Contest runs July 1st – 20th (Art submissions are DUE BY July 20th, voting begins July 24th – July 30th, prizes awarded July 31st).

Calling all Artists! Put your creative skills to the test by creating your very own creature to add to our Summer Reading Program Creature Collection! Prizes will be awarded to the following categories:

(0 – K) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(1st – 6th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(7th -12th) Fantasy Creature Drawing
(Adult) Fantasy Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st -6th) Horror Creature Drawing
(7th – 12th) Horror Creature Drawing
(Adult) Horror Creature Drawing
———————————————————-
(1st – 6th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(7th – 12th) Sculpture/Mixed Media
(Adult) Sculpture/Mixed Media

 Be creative and use your imagination! –  think outside of the box and create their own creatures, something that has never been seen before! Be sure to give your creature a species name, sign your your art, and date it-- we want to give our artists credit!

For complete rules and to submit your artwork, follow this link: https://gladl.org/srpcreaturecreator/

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Magical Scavenger Hunt

Help us find our missing fantasy and fictional literature items on a Magical Scavenger Hunt! Items may include a magic wand, dragons and possibly a unicorn....  

Download your list here (https://gladl.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Magical-Scavenger-Hunt.pdf) from our website -- or pick up your list at the library and then head out to see what you can find! Some items may be on our GLADL website, some outside, some in our library building... bring in your completed list to GLADL by July 31 and claim a prize! Remember to tell us the Wandoo Challenge Word for a bead too! (Hint-- It's on your list!)

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

Help us find our missing fantasy and fictional literature items on a Magical Scavenger Hunt! Items may include a magic wand, dragons and possibly a unicorn....  

Download your list here (https://gladl.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Magical-Scavenger-Hunt.pdf) from our website -- or pick up your list at the library and then head out to see what you can find! Some items may be on our GLADL website, some outside, some in our library building... bring in your completed list to GLADL by July 31 and claim a prize! Remember to tell us the Wandoo Challenge Word for a bead too! (Hint-- It's on your list!)

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Diabetes PATH Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual Workshop for those managing the challenges of diabetes

Diabetes PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for people with diabetes or pre-diabetes. The workshop includes diabetes education in an interactive style. Participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life.

What: Diabetes PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom

When: Mondays, July 13 – August 17, 2020 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Monday,July 6 at 1:00 pm (new dates)

You may join this series at anytime!

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a virtual Workshop for those managing the challenges of diabetes

Diabetes PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is designed for people with diabetes or pre-diabetes. The workshop includes diabetes education in an interactive style. Participants are taught effective tools to better self-manage their condition and its impact on their life.

What: Diabetes PATH workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom

When: Mondays, July 13 – August 17, 2020 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Monday,July 6 at 1:00 pm (new dates)

You may join this series at anytime!

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect
Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.)
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Tuesday July 21, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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Myths & Legends: Virtual Presentations

Join us for a virtual exploration of  Myths and Legends of many lands and cultures during our Summer Reading Program-- "Imagine Your Story: Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales". Our exploration will examine many "Myths & Legends" , including possibly: Wizards, Dwarfs, Zeus, Odin, Mowgli, Peter Pan,The Great Turtle, The Firebird and more! Visit our YouTube channel  during Summer Reading  and dive deep into the Myths & Legends and the fantastical stories created about them!

Visit our YouTube channel!

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

Join us for a virtual exploration of  Myths and Legends of many lands and cultures during our Summer Reading Program-- "Imagine Your Story: Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales". Our exploration will examine many "Myths & Legends" , including possibly: Wizards, Dwarfs, Zeus, Odin, Mowgli, Peter Pan,The Great Turtle, The Firebird and more! Visit our YouTube channel  during Summer Reading  and dive deep into the Myths & Legends and the fantastical stories created about them!

Visit our YouTube channel!

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Picnic Playdate: a Family Storytime

Meet at GLADL Tuesdays at 11 am and follow the little red wagon to the Trinity Episcopal Church playground for a family storytime filled with stories, songs, and activities! An outdoor, sunshiney, playdate summer story-time for children (and their caregivers) with summery activities. Open to children of all ages. We'll observe safe social distancing. Rain location: 1931 Room – Stories to be told rain or shine!

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

Meet at GLADL Tuesdays at 11 am and follow the little red wagon to the Trinity Episcopal Church playground for a family storytime filled with stories, songs, and activities! An outdoor, sunshiney, playdate summer story-time for children (and their caregivers) with summery activities. Open to children of all ages. We'll observe safe social distancing. Rain location: 1931 Room – Stories to be told rain or shine!

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

LOCATION: 1931 Room

 
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6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Minecraft Mania

Come for an evening of fun and friendly competition.  We’ll have our Minecraft server set up and the laptops ready to go -- while we follow safe social distancing procedures.  No experience needed -- all levels of players/builders welcome.  Create your own story in the world of Minecraft!

CONTACT: Scott Green  517-627-7014  itservices@gladl.org

Come for an evening of fun and friendly competition.  We’ll have our Minecraft server set up and the laptops ready to go -- while we follow safe social distancing procedures.  No experience needed -- all levels of players/builders welcome.  Create your own story in the world of Minecraft!

CONTACT:
  Scott Green
  517.627.7014
   itservices@gladl.org

Wednesday July 22, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Powerful Tools for Caregivers: A Virtual Workshop

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a Virtual Workshop for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an interactive workshop designed to help family caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a family member or friend. This program will give YOU, the family caregiver, tools to: help reduce stress and guilt, communicate effectively, take care of yourself, and much more! This program is not intended for professional caregivers.

What: Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security, TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the workshop.

When: Wednesdays, June 17 – July 22, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.

You can join this series at any time.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.) 

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

Join facilitators from the Tri-County Office on Aging (TCOA) for a Virtual Workshop for Caregivers

Powerful Tools for Caregivers is an interactive workshop designed to help family caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a family member or friend. This program will give YOU, the family caregiver, tools to: help reduce stress and guilt, communicate effectively, take care of yourself, and much more! This program is not intended for professional caregivers.

What: Powerful Tools for Caregivers workshop

Where: Virtually with Zoom. For your security, TCOA sends program registrants a Zoom contact to join the workshop.

When: Wednesdays, June 17 – July 22, 2020 from 2:30 – 4:00 pm. Pre-workshop Zoom orientation Wednesday, June 10 at 2:30 pm.

You can join this series at any time.

Cost: The workshop is free of charge but donations are accepted. Suggested donation is $25 but it is not required.

To register: Call Tri-County Office on Aging at 517-887-1465

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connect

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera,etc.) 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Virtual Grand Prix Mario Kart

Social distancing got you down? Got a Nintendo Switch? Join us for GLADL’s Virtual Grand Prix Mario Kart from 6-7 pm! Play against your friends and folks from all around and dominate the race! All skill levels welcome!

You can join us by looking it up with the code 2626-9881-7067! See you on the racetrack!

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

Social distancing got you down? Got a Nintendo Switch? Join us for GLADL’s Virtual Grand Prix Mario Kart from 6-7 pm! Play against your friends and folks from all around and dominate the race! All skill levels welcome!

You can join us by looking it up with the code 2626-9881-7067! See you on the racetrack!

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Thursday July 23, 2020
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Imagine Your Story: In Your Own Words!

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com

 "Imagine Your Story" In Your Own Words!

The greatest stories are in our imaginations--Are you a hero, villain, princess, warrior-- or all of the above! Do you travel in a medieval world, practice magic in a hidden tower, quest for treasure, sail to a new land? This summer-tell us YOUR Story!

Prizes will be awarded for these stories in the Summer Reading Program age groups: 
0-K
1st-6th
7th-12th
Adult

How to Play: Every Friday from July 3 through July 17, we'll post a new "Story Prompt" to help you create your story.  Check each Friday and see where your imagination takes you! 
One submission per person per week. Younger children may dictate stories to parents to submit. We'll review all submitted stories and publish them on our website so everyone can enjoy your creativity this summer!
Deadline to submit your story: July 24!
Find more details HERE:  https://gladl.org/imagineyourstory/ 
 
CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Ukulele Play-Along with Roth Academy of Music
Join us, sing and play along with some fun introductory online ukulele classes with Michaela, a ukulele, piano and voice teacher from Roth Academy of Music here in Grand Ledge! Tune in from your house and Michaela will help you learn some chords, learn some easy songs and have musical fun with the ukulele. And even if you don't have a ukulele, you can still have fun and sing along with fun songs for all ages! Join us via ZOOM-- click the link or follow the information below. To download the music:  http://www.rothacademy.com/documents/ Michaela is looking forward to seeing you!

Topic: Uke Play Along
Time: 3:00 PM America/Detroit
Presenter: Michaela
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84725443209?pwd=RTRVUitna0tWOXdtRWlhcFNoTnRRdz09

Meeting ID: 847 2544 3209
Password: 050486

One tap mobile
+13126266799,,84725443209#,,1#,050486# US (Chicago) 

Dial in (1 929 205 6099)
Meeting ID: 847 2544 3209
Password: 050486
 

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connecthttps://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygZ96J_z4AY?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

CONTACT: Jean Fellows  517-627-7014  gladlprogramming@gmail.com
Join us, sing and play along with some fun introductory online ukulele classes with Michaela, a ukulele, piano and voice teacher from Roth Academy of Music here in Grand Ledge! Tune in from your house and Michaela will help you learn some chords, learn some easy songs and have musical fun with the ukulele. And even if you don't have a ukulele, you can still have fun and sing along with fun songs for all ages! Join us via ZOOM-- click the link or follow the information below. To download the music:  http://www.rothacademy.com/documents/ Michaela is looking forward to seeing you!

Topic: Uke Play Along
Time: 3:00 PM America/Detroit
Presenter: Michaela
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84725443209?pwd=RTRVUitna0tWOXdtRWlhcFNoTnRRdz09

Meeting ID: 847 2544 3209
Password: 050486

One tap mobile
+13126266799,,84725443209#,,1#,050486# US (Chicago) 

Dial in (1 929 205 6099)
Meeting ID: 847 2544 3209
Password: 050486
 

Zoom has helpful video tutorials about how to connecthttps://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

Other important meeting controls (like mute, camera, etc.): https://www.youtube.com/embed/ygZ96J_z4AY?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

Friday July 24, 2020
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MI Library QUEST for Teens: a Virtual Quest

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

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

MI Library Quest-- for Teens! July 1st – 31st


Do you seek adventure this summer? Loot? Fame? Prizes? To defeat a Dragon? All teenagers of the Realm are hearby  invited to undertake a Quest for Dragon Eradication throughout the month of July! 

This exciting Quest will take teenagers on a Virtual journey across the state, visiting participating "villages" (library websites), gathering the codes necessary to defeat the Dragon and win prizes!

Complete rules and information to start your journey at www.mi.gov/MiLibraryQuest 

CONTACT:
  Jean Fellows
  517.627.7014
   gladlprogramming@gmail.com 

 
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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
AARP Michigan Virtual Workshop: Fraud Fridays

Join AARP Michigan for exciting virtual events every month! These events are all fun, FREE, and fantastic.  Discover new possibilities in your community and get to know us and what we’re doing in the Great Lakes State.

Click the link in the title below for today's Virtual Presentation:                

 

Fraud Fridays

Every Friday is Fraud Friday!

Learn why some people are especially vulnerable to financial predators and how to strengthen your defenses. Get details on how victims are targeted and manipulated so you can spot threats. Join each Friday on Facebook for Fraud tips or a live presentation with Q & A.  

See all of AARP Michigan's virtual events here. AARP Michigan updates this page with new events regularly, so check often! You can also see what AARP Michigan's doing and attend Facebook Live events