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Friday, December 2, 2011
Purple Rose Actors Read "Redwood Curtain"
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Purple Rose Actors Read Redwood Curtain
A piano prodigy searches for her father. A Vietnam vet seeks refuge from society. An heiress fears her niece's obsession with the past threatens to unearth family secrets.
Together, these three individuals seek resolution buried deep within the redwood forests of California.
Join Purple Rose Theatre actors for a FREE concert reading of Redwood Curtain, an American classic by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson and stay after to share your thoughts on the script.
Saturday, December 3 | 10:30am-1pm McKune Room | Register
Teen Holiday Hygiene Drive
Help local teens in need. Bring toiletries such as shampoo,
deodorant, and acne cream to the library for donation to Faith in Actionor Ozone House. A table will be set up in the lobby and donations can be made December 5-January 5.
Book Delivery Service
Can't come to the library? Let the library come to you! If you have trouble getting to the library because of permanent or temporary illness or disability, you can have books delivered to your home using the library's Book Delivery Service.
Any library district resident who is unable to visit the library due to permanent or temporary disability or illness can sign up for this free service.
Materials available for delivery:
Books, excluding new books, but including large print and paperback
Call us at (734) 475-8732 and ask for an adult services librarian. We'll help you complete a registration form that asks about particular materials you would like delivered. You can print the form as a Microsoft Word or PDF file and return it to us by mail, or you can call and leave a message for Cathy Kamil at 734-475-8732 x 401, or click here to email her. After registration, we will set up a schedule for your book delivery.
Remember to bring your own reusable bag to the library. To save money and to reduce the use of plastic, we have stopped providing plastic bags.
If you forget to bring a bag, the Friends of Chelsea District Library have eco-friendly bags for sale. Purchase one bag for $9 or two bags for $15, available at the Check Out Desk.
The library will be closed:
Saturday, December 24
In observance of Christmas Eve
Sunday, December 25
In observance of Christmas Day
Saturday, December 31
In observance of New Year's Eve
Sunday, January 1
In observance of New Year's Day
The Chelsea District Library is nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide equal access to quality resources that serve the lifelong cultural, educational and informational needs and interests of all people.The Library currently serves 14,000 residents in the Chelsea district - City of Chelsea plus Dexter, Lima, Lyndon and Sylvan townships and more than 20,000 individuals visit the Library each month.The Library's state-of-the-art facility is an access point for information. In addition to providing dynamic services to complement and support local schools and other important community needs, the Chelsea District Library strives to present timely, interesting and high-quality programs and events to engage and enrich the Chelsea community.
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