Roseville Public



Adult Programming

Mentioning Unmentionables: A History of Ladies Undergarments

Presented by Kim Parr
Friday, March 24 at 2:00 PM

Kim Parr, Director of The Macomb County Historical Society and the Crocker House Museum in Mount Clemens will present a program on the history of 19th century women's underclothing. Kim will demonstrate in what order a lady would dress, using original and reproduction garments from the time period. She will explain how and why undergarments changed through time. Kim will answer the questions we would like to ask: "Aren't you hot wearing that?", "What effects did waist cinching have besides providing an hourglass figure?", "Did women wear a corset when pregnant?" and "How did women go to the bathroom wearing all that clothing?"

This program is not only interesting and informative, but fun!

Sponsored by Patricia Chownyk


Pysanky Egg Craft

Saturday, March 25 from 12:00 - 4:00 PM
For ages 14 and up
Register at the Circulation Desk
$5.00 non-refundable materials fee

Carol Pielak will teach us how to create our own Pysanky Egg. Pysanky is the ancient art of symbolic egg decorating that can be traced to Ukraine traditions extending back 2,000 years.


Wills and Estate Planning

Presented by Attorney Nick Daniels
Wednesday, March 29 at 2:00 PM

Learn how to financially protect your loved ones and property.

Attorney Nick Daniels will discuss wills, trusts, and protecting your minor children. He will also explain the probate process and estate taxes.


Adult Trivia!

Saturday April 1 at 2:00 PM
Register all team members

Bring your friends and test your knowledge on various topics at the library's trivia event.

Register yourself and your team of 4. If you are signing up alone, we will assign you to a team. Prizes will be awarded to the winning team.

Refreshments will be served.


Coffee with Cops

Monday, April 3 from 2:00 to 4:00 PM
No registration required
For all ages

Questions, concerns, curious? Residents are invited to join Roseville officers for coffee and conversation.

Several of Roseville's finest will be on hand to discuss topics of interest with residents in an informal, one on one setting.


Roseville Recipe Book Club

Monday, April 17 - The Great American Sandwich Book by Betty Mercuri
3:30 - 4:30 PM
All ages welcome - Register

Love to cook or have a desire to test out a recipe before the holiday season? Sign up for the Roseville Recipe Book Club! It goes like this:

  • Once a month a recipe book is chosen. Visit the library and choose a recipe or three from the chosen book.
  • Prepare the recipe and bring it to the group. Each group member will complete a recipe and discuss their experience.
  • After a delicious hour of fun and conversation, the next month's book will be chosen.


Library Lab:  Drop-In Computer Instruction

For Roseville residents with library cards in good standing only

Looking for help with your computer or tablet?  Drop in at one of our one-on-one 30 minute computer help sessions. Sessions are first come first served so come early. Registration starts 15 minutes before the first session. Bring your device and any cords needed to the lab.  If you don’t have a device, we have a laptop at the library to work with.  

NOTE:  We can help you design a resume, but will not type it for you.  We can get you to a website to apply for a job, but will not type in your personal information.

Mondays - 1:30 to 3:00 PM
March 27 ● April 10 & 24

Thursdays - 1:00 to 2:30 PM
April 6

Topics:  Using OverDrive, Zinio and Freegal   *   Internet & Email  *   Working with a Mouse & Images    *   MS Word, Excel, Publisher and Powerpoint   

You may purchase a flash drive at the library to save your work.