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The Library and the Redford Township Friends of the Library would like to thank everyone who helped make the Second Annual Books & Bytes Benefit a rousing success. The 1920’s-themed gala was an extraordinary experience, and fun was had by all. Most importantly, with your support, we raised over $11,000 to fund afterschool activities and youth programming at the Library!
In conjunction with the Model A display, the Library and Pat Milliken Ford welcome Steven Stanford of “H is for Henry Publications.” Join us as Steve explores these fascinating automotive history topics:
Tuesday, April 22, 11 am-1 pm
Please be kind to Mother Earth. Visit the library and make some special crafts in honor of Earth Day. Crafts will include a special paper bag trash container for the car, plus other surprises. Everyone ages 3-11 is invited.
Facebook is a great way to communicate with friends, share photos and follow interests. Learn how to create an account, add friends, post items and use privacy settings. Note: make sure you have a valid email address before the program – you will need it to create a Facebook account.
Stop in anytime during April and May to view this historic coupe on loan from the South Redford School District. The Model A debuted in 1928 as the chic and sporty successor to the famous Model T. See inside for noteworthy lectures focusing on automotive history and culture. Thank you to Pat Milliken Ford for generously sponsoring this special event.
Help us help our community! From Monday, March 24, to Friday, May 9, our Library will be collecting food for Redford Interfaith Relief. Bring non-perishable food items to donate and help us reach The Library Network’s overall goal of 10,000 pounds of food!