Deal Me In!: Cribbage Session 2
Monday September 25 at 6:00 P.M.
Cribbage is a highly engaging and deceptively simple game of runs, flushes and additive scoring. In this session you can play cribbage at your own leisure with the presenter available for help and strategy advice. All are welcome for this social night of card playing.
Register starting Monday, September 4th.
Saturday, September 30 at 1:00 P.M.
Always puzzled by the one puzzle piece that is missing? Then rest assure, all the pieces will be here for this puzzle tournament! Sign up with a group of 2-4 people. Single puzzlers will be assigned to a group. The team closest to completing the jigsaw puzzle when time runs out wins! Each member of the winning team will receive an award. Registration begins September 9.
From Camelot to Kent State: Pop Art 1960 – 1975
Tuesday October 3 at 2:00 P.M.
Presented by the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Artists in the 1960s celebrated American modern culture while also creating artworks that conveyed social and political commentary of the times. Explore pieces that both critique and celebrate mass media and popular culture.
This program is part of the Library’s “Tuesdays With Roseville” series of free, entertaining, and informative programs for adults.
Tuesday October 3 at 6:00 P.M.
Looking for new fall decorations for your home? Add a touch of harvest with your very own yarn pumpkin garland! Registration is limited and begins September 12.
Booked for the Evening: The Crazyladies of Pearl Street
Thursday October 5 at 6:30 P.M.
Join our book group for a lively discussion of a different title each month. You can join us even if you have not read the book. This month we will be discussing The Crazyladies of Pearl Street by Trevanian.
Thursday, October 12 at 6:00 P.M.
Adults 18 and older are invited to join Roseville Public Library and Huron-Clinton Metroparks for an evening of astronomy. Learn about all things celestial and spend some time in the portable planetarium.
Registration begins September 21 for Roseville Residents only and will be open to the general public on October 4 if space allows.