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Library Hours

Mondays 10-5
Tuesdays 10-7
Wednesdays 10-5
Thursdays 10-7
Fridays 12-5
Saturdays 12-5
Sundays Closed 

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Library Programs

Dates and times are subject to change.

Program Calendar and Online Registration



Holiday Party

Saturday, December 20th, 5 PM

Center Line Library

Join us for holiday crafts, games, food, and a visit from Santa! All ages welcome, registration is appreciated for supply purposes. Santa arrives at 5:15 PM 


How to Bake Bread

Thursday, January 15th, 6 PM

Center Line Recreation Center

Watch the library's resident "Bread Lady" Joann Penrod give a demonstration on how to make homemade bread in the oven—no bread machine necessary! You'll see how to assemble and bake your own bread and try a sample. This will be offered the third Thursday of each month at the Recreation Center at 6 pm if there is interest. Registration is required.

Valentines for Vets

Saturday, January 17th, 3-5 PM

Center Line Library Reading Room

Materials will be available in the library's reading room for anyone who would like to drop in and make a card to send to US Veterans. The library will send completed cards on to organizations that will send them out. Drop in any time between 3 and 5 PM to create your own card. No instruction provided.

How to Knit a Scarf (Part I)

Thursday, January 29th, 6 PM

Center Line Library Reading Room

Learn how to knit a scarf in two sessions! Yarn is included and you will be able to choose from a variety of solid colors—however you may bring your own if you would like something particular. You will have the time between classes to knit your scarf. Bring your own straight needles (not circular or double pointed) in a size from 9 to 11. Registration is required, but drop-ins will be accommodated if supplies are available.


All Occasion/Valentines Day Card Class

Great Lakes Shipwrecks

Wednesday, February 25th, 7 PM

Center Line Library

Join us for an exciting underwater exploration of treasures from Great Lakes Shipwrecks! Our speaker, Joel Stone, is senior curator for the Detroit Historical Society, who oversees the Detroit Historical Museum, the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, and a quarter million artifacts in the City of Detroit's collection. Raised in the Detroit area, he has studied journalism, history, archaeology, and archival management at the University of Detroit, Wayne State University, and the University College Cork, Ireland. He supports a number of regional history organizations and is a board member of the Association for Great Lakes Maritime History.

How to Knit a Scarf (Part II)


Spring Ribbon Wreath Making

My Mother's Voice


Muggle Quidditch

Looking for a Summer Job


Muggle Quidditch


Resume Writing Made Easy


Muggle Quidditch

Summer Reading Kick-Off


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