Concord Branch

Teen Game Night

Tweens and Teens are invited to join us for a night of fun!  Nerf wars, minute to win it, virtual reality, games, and pizza!  Bring a friend!

Intended for Teen and Tweens (ages 9+).


Nebula Slime

Have a galactic time making glitter nebula slime! We’ll explore the wonders of space along the way. Registration is required, please call the hosting branch to reserve a spot.

Intended for Kids Ages 6-14.

Hosting Branches, Dates, & Times:

Spring Arbor Branch
Wednesday, January 2nd @ 11 am

Carnegie Library
Saturday, January 5th @ 2 pm

Concord Branch
Monday, January 7th @ 4 pm

Parma Branch
Wednesday, January 9th @ 12 pm

Hanover Branch
Monday, January 14th @ 4 pm

Eastern Branch
Monday, January 31st @ 2pm

Grass Lake Branch
Thursday, February 2nd @ 4 pm

Springport Branch
Saturday, February 2nd @ 12 pm

Napoleon Branch
Thursday, February 14th @ 4 pm

Meijer Branch
Wednesday,  February 20th @ 5:30pm

DIY Organic Lip Balm & Bath Bombs

Simple ingredients come together to make an organic lip balm and bath bombs. Makes a great gift! Registration is required, please call the hosting branch to reserve a spot.


Thursday,  12/13 @ 4pm

Wednesday, 1/9 @ 6pm

Saturday, 1/26 @ 3pm

Wednesday, 1/30 @ 5:30pm

Monday, 2/4 @ 5:30pm

Wednesday, 2/6 @ 5:30pm

Monday, 2/11 @ 5:30pm

Saturday, 2/16 @ 3pm


The Concord Branch’s Holiday Open House

Get into the Holiday spirit with music, dance, caroling, and more! Hot chocolate and cookies. It’s a night of fun for the whole family! Included in the fun are performances by the Bethel Celebration Ringers and dancers from the Grace School of Dance!

Friends of the Concord Branch will be collecting scarves, hats, mittens, and socks for our Holiday tree to donate to Concord Community Schools.

LIGHT UP CONCORD!!! Winners of the Outdoor Christmas Decorating Contest will be announced.

For more information, call the Concord Branch at (517) 905-1379.

Genot Winter Elk Picor Presents “The Coming of Winter: Stories, Songs, and Dances of the Great Lake’s First People.”

Genot Winter Elk Picor Presents “The Coming of Winter: Stories, Songs, and Dances of the Great Lake’s First People.”

Seasonal changes to the land were explained in scared narratives of the First People. Why does squirrel teach us that it is good to be prepared? Why does the sky change quickly in Michigan? How did the first potlatch-Thanksgiving come to be? Learn these stories with voice and Native American hand-talking.

We marvel at the wonders of the earth, sky, and water! Join Genot Winter Elk Picor and thanks for nature!

Intended for 3rd through 5th graders.

Holiday Crafts with Amy

Join crafter Amy Korman in making a holiday gift tag, gift bag, and a holiday luminary.

Registration required. Call the Concord Branch at (517) 895-1379 to save your spot.

Intended for Adults.

Escape Room 4 Kids: “Run, Turkey, Run”

Gobble, Gobble!

Oh, no! Turkey’s idea to change Farmer’s mind about dinner was locked in a box. You have 45 minutes to unlock the box before Farmer catches Turkey.

Based on the book, “Run, Turkey, Run,” by Diane Mayr.










Concord Branch in cooperation with BreakoutEDU.

Escape Room 4 Kids – “Monster Mash Jr”

Help! Who knew Igor’s Dance Dungeon was an actual Dungeon?! We just wanted to learn the Monster Mash. Now we have 45 minutes to escape before the monsters return from lunch.

This Breakout is inspired by the song, “Monster Mash,” performed by Bobby Pickett.

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Intended for ages 3-9 years.

Student Success

Join the Concord Branch’s “Student Success” event!

Thinking of how to prepare your student/child for success? Meet with a panel of professionals who are dedicated to making sure you have the information you need. Information provided will include: the importance of reading, available programs and services at Jackson College, and options on saving for college.

Presenters include:

  • Olivia Hotchkin, a teacher at Concord Elementary;
  • Darrell Norris, Jackson College CFO; and
  • Katie Morgan, financial advisor at Edward Jones

Intended for adults/parents.

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