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Viking Rune Stone – Youth Take and Make

Hackley Public Library MI

Celebrate Leif Erikson day with this clay craft. You can even etch something in “Norse” code! Viking runic alphabet included. Kits will be available beginning October 4, while supplies last. Free.

Free

City of the Dead Muskegon: Virtual Tour

MI

City of the Dead is a historical tour of Muskegon’s oldest city-owned cemetery. The tour, in it's twelfth year, guides visitors on a walking tour through towering monuments and trees; while introducing guests to some of Evergreen Cemetery’s residents. A full cast interprets Muskegon’s former members through historical documentation, time-period clothing, context, and language as […]

Recurring

Día de los Muertos – Celebrating the Day of the Dead

Hackley Public Library MI

Experience the celebration of Día de los Muertos during this drop in program at Hackley Library! We’ll learn about this Mexican-American holiday with activities, take home craft kits, and a storybook read. In partnership with Latinos Working for the Future, will also host a Día de los Muertos Dress Contest. Prizes will be awarded to […]

Free

Comics 101 Exhibit

Hackley Public Library MI

From November 1 through 6, Hackley Public Library is proud to present a “Comics 101″ exhibit aimed at introducing people to the wonderful world of comics, a little of their history, and the many genres contained inside this exciting medium! Every day, in addition to the exhibit, there will be crafts, movies, and door prizes […]

Free

Comics 101 Exhibit

Hackley Public Library MI

From November 1 through 6, Hackley Public Library is proud to present a “Comics 101″ exhibit aimed at introducing people to the wonderful world of comics, a little of their history, and the many genres contained inside this exciting medium! Every day, in addition to the exhibit, there will be crafts, movies, and door prizes […]

Free

Comics 101 Exhibit

Hackley Public Library MI

From November 1 through 6, Hackley Public Library is proud to present a “Comics 101″ exhibit aimed at introducing people to the wonderful world of comics, a little of their history, and the many genres contained inside this exciting medium! Every day, in addition to the exhibit, there will be crafts, movies, and door prizes […]

Free

Comics 101 Exhibit

Hackley Public Library MI

From November 1 through 6, Hackley Public Library is proud to present a “Comics 101″ exhibit aimed at introducing people to the wonderful world of comics, a little of their history, and the many genres contained inside this exciting medium! Every day, in addition to the exhibit, there will be crafts, movies, and door prizes […]

Free

Comics 101 Exhibit

Hackley Public Library MI

From November 1 through 6, Hackley Public Library is proud to present a “Comics 101″ exhibit aimed at introducing people to the wonderful world of comics, a little of their history, and the many genres contained inside this exciting medium! Every day, in addition to the exhibit, there will be crafts, movies, and door prizes […]

Free

History Talks: Great Lakes Fur Trade

Muskegon Area District Library - Ravenna Branch MI

Hear about the trade that first brought Europeans to Michigan and the Great Lakes. Handle furs, learn what makes them valuable, and get to know the French voyageurs who helped pave the way for Michigan’s later populations. All ages welcome.

City of the Dead – Muskegon Meet and Greet

Evergreen Cemetery MI

Have you ever wanted to join the cast for City of the Dead - Muskegon historical walking tour? Join us at the Meet & Greet, bring your friends!

Free

Rosie the Riveter

Muskegon Area District Library-North Muskegon Branch MI

Angie Morthland of the American Rosie the Riveter Association will join us for an enlightening talk on Rosie the Riveter and women in the workforce during World War II. Registration required.

Free

World War II through The Eyes of a Tank Commander

Muskegon Area District Library - Norton Shores Branch MI

Sgt. George Rinsema arrived in France on the Normandy Coast after D-Day, saw action in the Battle of the Bulge, fought at the Siegfried Line in Germany, crossed the Rhine, and in the 1945 met the Russians at the Elbe River in Central Germany. Hear Sgt. Rinsema's incredible story as told by his son & […]

Free

Pride Plays: A History

Hackley Public Library MI

In celebration of Pride Month, visit Hackley Library for an evening of scenes and monologues from some of the most influential plays and musicals in Queer Theatre history! Listen to the steady march of social progress as actors read from works such as The Boys in the Band, The Lonely Hearts, Angels in America, Indecent, […]

Naval Battles of the Great Lakes

White Lake Community Library MI

On Wednesday, July 13th, at 6pm, visit the White Lake Community Library to learn about victories, defeats, sneak attacks, and even piracy that took place on all five Great Lakes. Presenters Poppins and Chuck, who explore Great Lakes history on their blog and Youtube Channel The Restless Viking, discuss battles during the War of 1812, […]

Waterwalk 10th Anniversary Screening of Made in Muskegon Film Waterwalk Honoring Tom Harryman

Orchard View High School Auditorium MI

Actor Tom Harryman is being honored July 22 at 7 p.m. with a screening of Waterwalk, his big screen debut. This memorial event at Orchard View High School will benefit two of Tom's favorite venues, Muskegon Civic Theatre and the The Playhouse at White Lake. Steve Faulkner, who wrote the memoir Waterwalk about this attempt […]

$10

The Women of the Copper Country – Book Discussion

Hackley Public Library MI

Dive into a mesmeric novel, ‘The Women of the Copper Country’ by Mary Doria Russell, and become immersed in a story that tells of the obstacles and endeavors of Annie Clements, America’s very own “Joan of Arc.” This fictionalized yet historical account shares the journey of a woman who daringly led a strike against a […]

Free

Crater Lake: The Gem of the Cascades

White Lake Community Library MI

Discover the natural wonder of Crater Lake National Park with author and former park ranger Rod Cranson at the White Lake Community Library, Wednesday, August 17th, at 6pm. Established in 1902, Crater Lake in southern Oregon is one of the oldest national parks in the system. The major attraction is a caldera, the remains of […]

Ghosts from the Past

Mart Dock MI

Sailors come back alive aboard the Historic Naval ship LST 393 in Downtown Muskegon. All Day Saturday September 3rd. Free with admission to the ship. Cost is from $5-$10