Bryan - Main Library
Listen to author Nathan Crook's presentation on the inspiration for his new book, A Culinary History o the Great Black Swamp: Buckeye Candy, Bratwurst and Apple Butter. The program will be held in the Carnegie Area of the Main Library. Following the presentation Mr. Crook will sign copies of his book. Refreshments will be available. For more information contact Kylee Matthews at 419-636-6734 ext. 274.
Come to the library on December 12th at 6:30 p.m. and get your picture taken with Santa! Every family will receive a number when they arrive to avoid long lines. Children can play games while they wait. Refreshments will be provided and cameras are welcome. This program is sponsored by the Friends of the Bryan Library. For more information contact Vickie Zippay at 419-636-6734.
The Bryan Library will be holding a boogie-woogie and holiday themed piano concert on Friday, November 15th at 7:00 pm featuring well-known pianist and YouTube sensation Matthew Ball, who is described as ‘Michigan’s Best’ in Ragtime, Boogie-woogie & Blues piano entertainment. his program is free to the public with snacks and refreshments provided following the performance. Matthew’s concert will take place in the Carnegie area of the Main Library and is the second performance in the Carnegie Concert Series featured at the Bryan Library. For more information, contact library Marketing and PR Coordinator Kylee Matthews at 419-636-6734 ext. 274.
All locations of the Williams County Public Library are closed today, however, you can still access your library account, the library catalog and our online databases.
Local author Bobbi Schlosser has written and illustrated the book, Pilgrim and will be holding a book reading at the Bookends Used Bookstore at the Bryan Library Monday, November 4th at 6:30 pm. The book accounts the true Thanksgiving rescue of Mrs. Schlosser’s cat Pilgrim, who will also be visiting the library.
According to the author’s biography, “Bobbi is a training specialist at a facility for the disabled and operates the Art Department there. She is an accomplished artist and has won numerous awards and is the past president of the Black Swamp Art Guild. She has seven grandchildren, and she and her husband, Dave, along with Pilgrim and Lucy, live in a cottage by the creek that you see in the book. She hopes that her message of caring extends to all that read Pilgrim.”
On Tuesday, October 29th the Bryan High School will perform scenes from their upcoming fall play, “Our Town” at the Bryan Library. The program will take place in the Carnegie Area of the Main Library from 6:00-7:00 pm.
If you would like a sneak peek at the outstanding production of “Our Town” by Bryan High School students, then make sure you stop in at the library and catch their performance. Snacks and refreshments will be available following the program. The Bryan Library is located at 107 E. High Street. For more information, contact library Marketing and PR Coordinator Kylee Matthews at 419-636-6734 ext. 274.