(Sault Ste. Marie, MI) – The library will be closed on Saturday, July 2nd, in observance of Independence Day.
As the summer heat settles in, so can lots of free time! The summer reading programs for children and adults at Bayliss Public Library continue through July. If you haven’t signed up for them yet, you can still do so. Stop by the Children’s Room or our circulation desk to sign up for the children’s program, and grab a Book Bingo sheet for the adult program. You have a chance at winning prizes!
The Sault Area Arts Council is hosting its third segment in a series of informative art programs at Bayliss. On July 9th between 1:30 and 3PM, the Arts Council will have an engaging program on the benefits of art journaling. Afterwards, participants will be able to customize their own sketchbooks. This event is free and open to the public, but advance registration is required. Please call the Sault Area Arts Council or Bayliss Public Library to sign up.
Local author Paula VanderMey will be at the library on July 14th 6 at PM to talk about her latest novel, “Partners,” a modern take on the classic Western genre. Come join us to hear about Paula’s story, background, and writing process!
The Friends of Bayliss Library will be hosting their annual Summer Book Sale at the library. This event will take place during the last week of July with times to be announced soon. Please keep an eye out for time announcements, and make room on your bookshelves – there are lots of treasures to be found!
Bayliss Public Library is excited to welcome author and former lawyer Eugene Milhizer on July 28th at 6PM. Gene will be talking about his latest book, which focuses on the comparison of the classic Anatomy of a Murder novel and film. Whether or not you have read the book or seen the film, Gene’s visit will surely peak your interest!
All of the events listed above are free and open to the public. Should you have any questions, contact the library at (906) 632-9331.
Bayliss Public Library’s mission is to provide materials and services to fulfill educational, informational, cultural, and recreational needs of the community. The library is located at 541 Library Drive in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, 49783.