Printable Calendar For June

Macomb County Library events week of June 23 and beyondCenter Line Public Library

• Phillip J. Hale Jazz Quartet 6 p.m. June 26. Dive into the smooth sounds of jazz. This event is free open to the public, so bring your friends and family for an evening of classic and contemporary tunes.

Printable June  Calendar
Printable June Calendar

• Baby and Toddler Play Group 11 a.m. Tuesdays. Children age 0-36 months and their caregivers can participate in stories, songs and  play.

The library is located at 7345 Weingartz, Center Line. For more information, call 586-758-8274.

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June Calendars – FREE Printables Printabulls

Clinton-Macomb Public Library

• Summer Reading Challenge through Aug. 13. iT is for all ages, from babies to senior citizens. Participants are asked to read for 30 days between June 10-August 13 to complete the program. Babies, children, and teens will receive a free book just for registering for the program. Adults will be entered to win a $25 when they register. Those interested may register and log their reading  at cmpl.beanstack.org/reader365

Printable June  Calendar Templates with Holidays
Printable June Calendar Templates with Holidays

• CMPL is still offering usual book discussion groups and trivia nights online each month. Register for events online at cmpl.libnet.info/events or call 586-226-5000.

CMPL Main Library is located at 40900 Romeo Plank Road, Clinton Township. CMPL is North Branch is at 54100 Broughton Road, Macomb Township. CMPL South Branch located at 35679 South Gratiot Ave., Clinton Township. To register for programs, visit cmpl.libnet.info/events.

Eastpointe Public Library

• The library has an ongoing canned food drive. Non-perishable foods can be dropped off during open hours.

• The library is open to the public and  for curbside service and phone reference service during regular hours. Patrons can place holds on items through the catalog or call to request materials.

The library is located at 15875 Oak Ave., Eastpointe. To contact the library or to register for most programs, call 586-445-5096.

Harrison Township Public Library

Residents can request materials be delivered to their homes. Request materials, once notified they are ready for pickup, contact the library at 586-329-1261 to set up delivery time.

The library is located at 38255 L’Anse Creuse St., Harrison Township. Register for classes where required at htlibrary.org.

MacDonald Public Library

• Rec and Read at 10 a.m. June 26.

• Kid’s Program: Adventure Crafts at 2 p.m. June 26.

• MacDonald Public Library Board Meeting at 6:30 p.m. June 26.

• Toddler and Preschool Storytime at 10 a.m. June 27 and July 2.

• Writers’ Thursday at 5:30 p.m. June 27

• Baby and Me Storytime 10 a.m. June 28 and July 5.

•Teen Summer Sand Globes at 4:30 p.m. July 2.

•Kids Program: Adventures Underwater at 2 p.m. July 3.

• Writers’ Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. July 3.

Most programs require registration. To sign up for programs or find more events, visit macdonaldlibrary.org and click on “events.” To contact the library, send an email to [email protected] or call 586-725-0273. The library is open and available for visits Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The library is located at 36480 Main St., New Baltimore.

Mount Clemens Public Library

• MinT: Mondays in Text 6:30-7:30 p.m. Mondays. Those in grades K-2 will actively engage with different types of print or digital text, as students follow recipes, create STEAM projects, and conduct their own research.  Register online. Older students are welcome to participate as Ms. Autumn’s helpers.

• Resume review 4-7 p.m. Mondays. Bring your resume to adult services for a resume review. Experts will critique, revise, and make it great for your next job search. If you cannot come on Mondays, call 586-469-6200. for an appointment.

The library is located at 150 Cass Avenue and registration for programs where required can be done online at mtclib.org.

Ray Township Library

• Friends of the Library and Historical Society has released its 2024 calendar titled “Road Trip: A Journey Back” which is available for purchase for $10 at the Ray Township offices and library as well as the Octagon House, Romeo Arts and Archives Center and Washington Museum. Proceeds will benefit the Society in each community where the calendar is sold. For more information, call 586-749-7130.

The library is located at 64255 Wolcott Rd., Ray Township.

Romeo Graubner Library

• Indiana Joel’s Magic Show 10:30 a.m. June 27. Join Indiana Joel to see wacky stunts, experience incredible magic, and laugh. Featuring Joel Tacey, Michigan’s Family Funnyman! For ages 0-12. Registration is required.

• Data Declutter and Account Security at 2 p.m. June 27. Secure and simplify user names, passwords and logins for shopping, banking and email accounts. Bring your personal devices to learn “hands-on” about security tools. Registration required.

•Tuesday Book Group at 1:30 p.m. July 2. Selection is ‘Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands’ by Chris Bohjalian. This group currently meets in the General Meeting room as well as through Zoom. Please call 586-752-0603 for Zoom invitation information if this your first time attending and if you’re not able to make it in person.

• Teen Anime Club 6 p.m. July 2. Those ages 12-18 who love all things anime and love reading manga?  We’ll watch anime, do crafts, and eat all the Pocky. Snacks will be provided. Registration not required.

The library is located at 65821 Van Dyke, Washington Township. For more information or to register where required, call 586-752-0603.

Romeo Kezar Library

• Folk Art Trivet 6 p.m. June 27. Make a folk art trivet in this laid back craft class, complete with treats. Choose from three different designs to create a quirky kitchen essential.

• Crochet Club 5:30 p.m. July 2. Sit and chat with us by the fireplace as attendees work on projects. Beginners to experts are welcome, as are knitters and other needle arts. This is not an instructional class, but come meet like-minded people who share tips and inspiration.

The library is located at 107 Church Street, Romeo. For more information or to register where required, call 586-752-2583.

Roseville Public Library

• Teen Donut Decorating Class 2 p.m. June 26. For those ages 12-18. Join Delightful Donuts for a donut decorating class.   Each participant will receive donuts to decorate and take home with them. Registration required.

• Story Time Adventures 10 a.m. June 27 for those ages 0-5 and their caretakers. There will be stories from some extra special guests before heading out on an adventure with a guest from the Roseville Fire Department. Registration required.

• Green Thumb #4: How to Garden for Vegetables? at 6 p.m. June 27. For the fourth date of the season, Lori Smith, Advanced Macomb County Master Gardener, will talk about her experience with vegetable gardening in the ground and raised beds as well as companion gardening for insect control. Program for adults. Registration required.

• Red Cross Blood Drive 10 a.m.-4 p.m. June 28. Give the gift of life. Give blood at the Red Cross Blood Drive. Walk-ins are welcome, or register in advance at redcrossblood.org/give

• Escape the Campground July 2 and 3. Will you find the car keys and escape the campground before bigfoot attacks? Come to the library’s camping themed escape room and find out. This event is for all ages. Participants can sign up as a group for a 30 minute time slot by phone or in person at the library.

• Bundles for children. Fill in the form that can be found on the website, social media or in the newsletter and choose up to three topics or themes and a librarian will put together five books and place them on hold for you to pick up.

• Book Match Submit a Book Match form that can be found on the website, social media or in the newsletter. More detailed responses will result in better recommendations. After finishing the form expect to receive a custom reading list within 10 business days.

• Homework Help Tutor.com offers live assistance from tutors.

• Librarians are offering chat reference on Facebook at facebook.com/RosevillePublicLibraryMI. Library patrons may continue to ask questions  through comments on the library’s Facebook page and via email at [email protected] or by calling 586-445-5407.

The library is located at 29777 Gratiot Ave.

St. Clair Shores Public Library

• Red, White and Bloom: Independence Day Craft 6 p.m. July 1. Craft vibrant paper flowers to create a decorative hanging piece that will add a touch of patriotic flair to your home. This program is open to participants aged 18 and older. Registration required.

• History Walk ‘Being Young in St. Clair Shores’ June 17-Aug. 7 with 22 historic photos of young people in St. Clair Shores from 1903 to 1978 will be on display in a History Walk outside, on the Jefferson Avenue side of the library. Stroll along the Library’s flower beds and view photos of St. Clair Shores families, school events, friends, and civic activities. See what pastimes, clothes and city locations were like almost 50 to over 100 years ago.

• 1st Stop for Tots will be at 10 a.m. Mondays on the grounds of the Selinksy-Green Farmhouse Museum includes 30 minutes of songs, rhymes and a story. In case of inclement weather, the program will be cancelled. To inquire if 1st Stop is cancelled, call the library at 586-771-9020 or check the library’s Facebook page.

• 1st Stop For Tots At Home kits. Families with children between the age of birth and age three that reside in St. Clair Shores can request a kit. They contain one board book, one Easy book, on shaky egg, once scarf, one set of bells, two rhythm sticks, one Basic Skills Practice Ring set, a rhyme booklet, a tips sheet and TALK promotional materials for families to keep. To reserve a kit, call the library at 586-771-9020, stop at the Youth Services Desk or email [email protected].

• The Youth Services department, with the help of grant funding, has created 14 explorer packs for children and families to check out. Each pack contains learning tools, non fiction books, activity sheets, identification guides and other manipulatives centered on an outdoor activity. Topics include insects, bird watching, astronomy water, hiking, plants and rocks. To check out an Explorer pack or for more information, ask at the Youth Services Desk.

The library is located at 22500 E. 11 Mile Road, St. Clair Shores. Registration can be done available online through the library’s website, scslibrary.org; in person, via phone at 586-771-9020, or via email to [email protected].

Shelby Township Public Library

• Tech Talks 10 a.m. Mondays. Bring your coffee and curiosity as our tech librarian covers popular topics in the technology world. For beginners and those wanting to learn a little more. All learners are welcome.

For up to date program schedules visit shelbytwp.org/library or visit the Library’s Facebook page.

Additionally, library staff will be available by phone at 586-739-7414 or by email at [email protected] for assistance. All digital services are available at shelbytwp.org/library.

The library is located at 52610 Van Dyke Avenue, Shelby Township

Sterling Heights Public Library

• Family Karaoke 6 pm. June 27. Pick songs, eat snacks, and enjoy a fun night out! Please register all names of family members attending (adults and kids) as well as three songs you’d like to sing together. Registration required.

• Saturday Stories 10:30 a.m. June 29. Stories, crafts, fingerplays, and other fun! Registration required.

• Victorian Book Club 6:30 p.m. July 2 at the Upton House Museum. Read a different title published in the 1800s each month and then gather to discuss at the beautiful Upton House Museum. July’s selection is ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ by Oscar Wilde. Registration required.

•Big Screen Book Club 1:15 p.m. July 5. Read the book of the month  ‘Are You There, God, It’s Me Margaret’ by Judy Blume, and join for a screening of the movie and a discussion to follow.

Read the book of the month for July, “Are You There, God, It’s Me Margaret” by Judy Blume, and join us on Friday, July 5 at 1:15 p.m. for a screening of the movie and a discussion to follow.

• Library cardholders can reserve a time to use the Maker’s Space by appointment. Look for Maker Space Lab on the program calendar.

• Biblio Book Box offered for adults and Teen Book Box for teens offered every month. Register and a librarian will will pick a book based on user’s preferences and include a surprise.

• Toddler Time and Preschool storytimes are both offered at 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Tuesdays. Registration is required. Check the library calendar for full details.

• PAWS for Reading 6-7 p.m. Tuesdays. The first 10 children to check in at the youth desk on Tuesday nights will be able to read to a therapy dog.

• The Upton House is open for self guided tours from 1-4 p.m. every Wednesday and second Sunday of the month. Register up to six people in a household. Registration only required for Wednesdays.

• Sterling Heights Public Library will continue curbside materials service, phone service, and home delivery/outreach service on Monday – Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 1-5 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition, 24/7 digital library services are available at shpl.net.

The library is located at 40255 Dodge Park Road, Sterling Heights. For more information or to register, visit shpl.net or call 586-446-2640.

Warren Public Libraries

• Summer Reading Club  through Aug. 10. Patrons of all ages—babies, kids, teens, and adults—are invited to join us this summer for our Summer Reading Club. This year’s theme is Adventure Begins at Your Library. Everyone will have a chance to win prizes just by reading. Win tickets for some great prizes. Again this year, children who finish Summer Reading will earn free  books, and teens who finish will earn scratch-off prize tickets. Stop by your local branch or visit warrenlibrary.net

• All Warren public library branches will be able to offer a telescope for patrons to check out with a valid library card thanks to being selected to be part of NASA @ My Library, an education initiative to increase and enhance science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) opportunities for library patrons. The Warren Civic Center library will offer telescope events throughout the year as well.

Warren Burnette Branch Library

• Garden Club will meet outside behind the library at the raised garden beds at 10 a.m. June 26 for weeding and maintenance.  Members can be all ages, however, we do suggest children be at least 5 years old to participate. We also recommend bringing a pair of gloves, a water bottle, and a hat or sunglasses. Registration requested;

The library is located at 23345 Van Dyke Avenue. Registration can be done online at warrenlibrary.net or by calling 586-353-0579.

Warren Busch Branch Library

• Grab-and-Go Science at Busch Branch Library has science themed kits available for check out exploring topics in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with fun and kid-friendly hands on activities. Each kit also contains a related book and instructions. For children, tweens and teens ages six and up, recommended ages vary by kit and activity.  More kits will be added to the collection soon. They can be checked out for 21 days and renewed up to two times and must be checked out and returned to the Busch Branch.

The library is located at 23333 Ryan Road, Warren.

Warren Civic Center Library

• Children’s Book Boxes, a subscription box program for children in grades 3-5. To sign up you must live in Warren and have a valid Warren Library card. Each box will contain 1-2 library books selected based on your preferences and one free book to keep. Boxes will contain fun surprises too! Sign up online at warrenlibrary.net/childrens-book-boxes.

• PAWS To Read 5-6 p.m. Wednesdays. Children of all ages can come and read to therapy dog Desmond. The PAWS program welcomes new and struggling readers to read to a certified therapy dog. The goal is to provide a non-judgmental atmosphere in which kids can read without correction or interruption and learn not just to read, but to love reading as well. No registration required.

The library is located at 1 City Square, Suite 100, Warren.

All Macomb County libraries, as part of the Suburban Library Cooperative, subscribe to RB Digital which has over 100 digital magazines that can be checked out immediately. They also offer educational services through Tutor.com, which provides homework help, test preparation and term paper and resume review.  Students can use their student ID number to access those services. Items for Library events should be emailed at least two weeks in advance of events to [email protected]

— Macomb Daily staff