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Kaleidoscope Lecture Series

Sister Pie, Recipes and Stories of a Big-Hearted Bakery in Detroit

Sep 24,

Tuesday, 7-8:45pm

Lisa Ludwinski, the owner and head baker of Sister Pie, will visit the Library to talk about her new cookbook, which was featured as one of the Best Fall Cookbooks by the NY Times and is a Michigan Notable Books. She delivers a friendly guide for all things related to fillings and crusts, both sweet and savory.

Ages: All
Price: Free Community Event
Registration Begins: Aug 1
Location: Whole Meeting Room

What’s News with You?

Oct 16,

Wednesday, 7-8:45pm

With another election year at hand, media new and old will be the subject of a discussion hosted by Novi resident and former Detroit Free Press editor Ron Dzwonkowski with two veteran Michigan journalists: Brian Dickerson, editor and columnist at the Detroit Free Press, and John Bebow, president of the Center for Michigan and Bridge Magazine.

Ages: All
Price: Free Community Event
Registration Begins: Aug 1
Location: Whole Meeting Room

Creating a World of August Snow

Nov 19,

Tuesday, 7-8:45pm

Stephen Mack Jones is a published poet, award-winning playwright, and recipient of the prestigious Kresge Arts in Detroit Literary Fellowship. He survived a number of years in advertising and marketing communications. Mr. Jones was born in Lansing, Michigan, and currently lives in Farmington Hills. August Snow is his first novel.

Ages: All
Price: Free Community Event
Registration Begins: Aug 1
Location: Whole Meeting Room