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Snowman Crafts

Warm up with these wintery snowman crafts! Make a melted snowman sensory bottle and snowman snow measuring stick.

Registration is required, so please call the hosting branch to reserve a spot. Intended for kids 4 to 8 years old.

Concord Branch
517-905-1379
Monday, Dec. 3rd at 4 pm

Eastern Branch
517-788-4074
Thursday, Dec. 6th at 5 pm

Hanover Branch
517-905-1399
Monday, Dec. 10th at 4 pm

Parma Branch
517-531-4908
Wednesday, Dec. 12th at 12 pm (noon)

Springport Branch
517-905-1459
Saturday, Dec.  22nd at 12 pm (noon)

Summit Branch
517-783-4030
Thursday, Jan. 3rd at 4 pm

Spring Arbor Branch
517-750-2030
Friday, Jan. 4th at 11 am

Henrietta Branch
517-769-6537
Wednesday, Jan. 9th at 11 am

Brooklyn Branch
517-905-1369
Tuesday,  Jan. 15th at 4 pm

Grass Lake Branch
517-522-8211
Thursday, Jan. 24th at 4 pm

Meijer Branch
517-788-4480
Wednesday, Jan. 30th at 4 pm

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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.

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