It's a Valentine's Day celebration full of heart with sweet stories, crafts,and more!
As we embark on yet another election year, it's instructive to look back at the 19th century, when American presidential campaigns were very different from today. Back then, candidates barely participated, and some never even left home. Instead, the parties presented the candidates through agents and advertising. It worked: voter turnout was far higher than it is today. Come hear Bruce Zellers, history teacher at Greenhills School and special lecturer at Oakland University, give a lively presentation on this topic.
Children will fun with movement, posture, breath, and connecting to their bodies through yoga! Ages 2 to 6.
Proposed Adult Services Renovation
The Baldwin Public Library Board of Directors and staff have been working with architects at Luckenbach|Ziegelman|Gardner (link is external) and library consultant Aaron Cohen to create a proposal to update the Adult Services area at the Library.
This plan will bring much needed improvements to the Adult Services area:
- Efficiency of building
- Infrastructure update
- Circulation and wayfinding
- Access for families
- Increase study & collaboration spaces
- Respect integrity of 1980 Birkerts Addition
- Honor and elevate beautiful historic 1927 building
- Bring in more light to create an inviting atmosphere
- Improve acoustics