The library will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday, November 27 and Friday, November 28.
Tuesday, December 9, Noon to 2 PM
The library will serve coffee. Please bring your own lunch. Meetings are typically held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Library for the Blind, 30555 Michigan Avenue in Westland.
This month’s books:
King, Cassandra. Reading time: 12 hours, 29 minutes. Read by Mare Trevathan. Gothic Fiction.
Helen and Emmet go to Moonrise, the Blue Ridge Mountains home Emmet inherited from his late wife Rosalyn. Once there, Helen suspects someone is conspiring against the happiness she shares with Emmet–and wonders if it is Rosalyn’s ghost. Some strong language. 2013.
Henry, Patti Callahan. Reading time: 7 hours, 16 minutes. Read by Shannon McManus. Family.
Thirteen years ago childhood friends Kate and Jack gave their newborn up for adoption. Now, at age thirty-five, Kate is on the verge of marrying someone else but needs to see Jack one more time. Then their daughter unexpectedly contacts them. Some strong language. Commercial audiobook. 2013.
The library is providing the following information because it might be of interest to library users. For more information, please see the contact information listed below.
The corridor rail program held public hearings at the end of October in Michigan, Indiana and Illinois. The purpose of the meetings was to obtain input on the Tier 1 Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) that was released September 2014. An online Self-Guided Presentation with voice recording is now available on the program website. The online presentation includes links to:
- Tier 1 Draft EIS chapters and other information
- Audio recordings for each slide
- Online comment form
All comments on the Tier 1 Draft EIS must be submitted by December 19, 2014, for the public record.
- Online: www.greatlakesrail.org
- Toll-Free: 877-351-0853
- Email: MDOT-HSR-Detroit-Pontiac-Chicago@michigan.gov
Tuesday, November 25, Noon to 2 p.m.
Looking Past Limits: We’ll take a look at the ways we approach the challenges of living with vision impairment, as well as how attitude plays an important part in overcoming life’s obstacles.
Support Group is held at the library on the fourth Tuesday of every month, except July and December.