The Tamarack District Library, in Lakeview MI, is hosting a memoir workshop with author Mardi Jo Link on Friday, September 16, from 6:00 – 8:00 pm; and a Festival of Authors on Saturday, September 17, from 10:00am- 1:00 pm. The Festival of Authors is open to the public and features keynote speaker Maris Soule.
If you are an author and would like to attend, feel free to download an application below and return to Pam Feutz or Hope Nobel at the library. Filliable Word document. Printable PDF document.
This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Tamarack District Library.
Use your library card to gain free or discounted access to more than 380 destination around the State of Michigan!
Here’s how it works: Visit the Michigan Activity Pass website, enter a ZIP code, address, library or destination in your starting location, along with maximum number of miles from there and your library name.
A list of participating locations will then pop up on your screen. Select a specific location and “get pass” to see availability. A library card number is required to complete the pass request.
There are a limited number of passes available at each of the locations, and are to be used within a week. If your preferred location is “sold out,” then organizers encourage you to explore another one on the list.
If you don’t have internet or a printer available at home, stop in at your library to print them out here. Regular printing fees apply.
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The Tamarack District Library is holding a poetry contest in the Month of April. Three age categories will be judged: child, teen, and adult. Pick up your entry forms at the library, via email by request (email us at firstname.lastname@example.org), download a copy of the form here.
Submit your entries by
April 16, 2016 April 23rd, 2016! The Poetry Slam and presentation of prizes will be on Thursday, April 28, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
Tamarack District Library present March Movie Madness! Sponsored by Wesco and the Friends of TDL, we are offering free public showings of movies on Thursdays @ 5:45 pm. Free popcorn and water are provided.
The Winter Reading Program for TDL will start on January 18. The program is for all ages, from toddler to adult. The challenge is to read at least 2 hours each week; all materials checked out from the library will count, including magazines, ebooks, audio books, even children’s books that are read aloud. Return weekly for a chance to win free movie rentals. Finish the challenge of 2 hours per week for 6 weeks and receive a finisher prize, plus be entered to win a grand prize.
There are many opportunities for programs going on during Winter Reading, check our event calendar.oud
We have many new opportunities to share with you in 2016, and one of those is the newly formed “Tamarack Heritage Tracers” family history group. All skill levels are invited to join in this group which meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm. Each month will include a learning session (research techniques, how to use Ancestry, new websites, etc.), plus an opportunity for everyone to share something from their research. See you then!
New events and monthly programs planned starting with the New Year. Click here to download a PDF version.
Saturday, Dec. 4, 2015 will be Christmas in Lakeview! There are lots of family fun events going on at area businesses.
TDL’s book club meets the third Thursday of each month @ 5:00 PM. The members help choose the books, then discuss a different one each month. All are welcome!
Picks for the next four months are (click on the book title to place a hold on the library system):
October ~ “Ghost Boy” by Martin Pistorius
November ~ “Station Eleven” by Emily Mandel
January ~ “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee
February ~ “Forgotten Seamstress” by Liz Trenow
On July 7th, The Tamarack District Library will host a special forum on Sex Trafficking Awareness. We are partnering with SetFree Movement to bring you information about this travesty against our children.
2014 ArtPrize artist, Pamela Alderman, has graciously loaned a few pieces of her “Scarlet Cord” installation to us. They can be viewed all during the month of July at the library.
WAR chest boutique items from Women At Risk, Intnl. are being offered for sale at the library from June 29 – July 7.
Author of “A Vulnerable World”, Elise Graveline Hilton, will be here on July 7th from 5:00 until 8:00 to sell her books and also to speak to us.
Senator Judy Emmons, champion of Michigan’s human trafficking legislation, will also be here on July 7th to speak to us. She will start at 6:30 pm.