Come make your own flower fairy friend!
We hope you “wool” join us for a sheepish afternoon! We will read some stories about sheep, learn how fleece gets made into things like sweaters, and make a woolly craft to take home.
Intended for children ages 4+
Stop by to check out great deals!
This book sale is presented by the Friends of the Spring Arbor Branch.
Local non-profit Havenswood Farm will be teaching an introduction to springtime foraging, with a focus on safety and edible gourmet spring mushroom species. Learn how to identify safe mushrooms, learn the best environments for finding morels, and ask questions of your own!
Make your own No Sew Sock Bunny, a fun and easy spring decoration!
Please call 517-769-6537 to register.
Be sure to stop by to check out the huge selection of books, audiobooks, music, movies and more!
On Saturday, all items are $1 per bag!
Drop by anytime to make a spring-themed salt art painting!
Foraging fosters a deep appreciation of and connection with the land as well as helping you better understand and manage your land and resources. This presentation will introduce the basics of foraging including reasons to forage, the practicality of foraging in a modern world, dietary considerations, foraging seasons, and legal and ethical concerns.
The primary focus of the lecture will be foraging for food items; however, other wild goods such as medicines and hygiene products will also be discussed.
Spring is here and the birds are singing! Come make a standing bird craft, check out our bird books display, learn all about birds and read in our reading nook!