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906.884.4411

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@OntonagonLibrary.org

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311. N. Steel St.

Ontonagon, MI 49953

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F: 11-5

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Our annual Fancy Nancy Tea Party today was a great success. Thank you to everybody who came to party with us, and special thanks to Township Treasurer Penny Saari for sharing her story with us! A great time was had by all.

 

Category: Programs & Events

If you could trade six hours of your own life to save someone else’s, would you do it?

 

If the answer is YES, please clear your calendar for Tuesday, March 31st, and plan on attending a free CPR, First Aid and Safety course at Ontonagon Area Schools. This exciting opportunity is being provided by Great Start.

 

There will be a morning session from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and an afternoon session from 3:30 PM to 9:30 PM, so no excuses! Snacks and meals will be provided, and there is NO COST to participants.

 

Contact Donna Powelson at 906-285-0830 for registration or questions (or look her up on Facebook and send a message.)

 

Category: Programs & Events

Author Profiles are graciously contributed by Chris Bacon, Mason County District Library.

 

Ridley Pearson was born in March, 1953 in Glen Clove, NY.   Pearson was raised by his parents in Riverside, Connecticut along with his siblings, Bradbury and Wendy. He went to public school and then went to attend college at the University of Kansas and Brown University. He currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife, Marcelle, and their two daughters Paige and Storey.

Category: Book Reviews

Author profiles submitted by Chris Bacon, Mason County District Library

 

Patricia Cornwell was born in Miami, Florida in June of 1956. She is related to author and abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe.   Her father Sam Daniels was one of the leading appellate lawyers in the US and served as a law clerk to the Supreme Court. Pat grew up in a troubled family as she suffered emotional abuse from her father, who eventually walked out on the family on Christmas Day 1961.   When the family moved to Montreat, North Carolina that same year her mother was hospitalized for depression and Pat and her brothers were placed in the foster care system. Pat went on to attend Davidson College in North Carolina where she graduated with a B.A. in English in 1979.

Category: Book Reviews

For the months of March and May in 2015, the monthly meeting of the Township Library Board will be pushed from the second Monday of the month to the third. (April's meeting is planned to remain at its regularly scheduled date and time.) The schedule for upcoming meetings is as follows...

 

3/16/2015

4/13/2015

5/18/2015

 

Meetings are held in the Township building at 4PM and are open to the public per the Open Meetings Act.

Category: Library Board

It's time for our annual FANCY NANCY TEA PARTY!

 

Girls and boys of all ages (and their parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and long lost relatives) are invited to put on their most sumptuous finery (that's fancy talk for clothes and hats and stuff) and join us on Wednesday, April 8th at 2:00 PM for some great stories, super-sophisticated snacking, and fancy fun! (Note that this is during the week of OAS spring break, so school-age kids will be able to attend!)

 

The event is FREE and open to everyone, but we do ask that you sign up at the library, or by calling us at 906-884-4411, so that we have an idea of how many will be attending. Guests are encouraged (but not required) to bring a fancy or non-fancy snack item to share.

Category: Programs & Events