Adult

Upcoming Programs 

Booked for the Evening

Thursday, September 5 @ 6:30 PM:  Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut

Thursday, October 3 @ 6:30 PM: The Book Woman of Troublesome Creek by Kim Michele Richardson

Thursday, November 7 @ 6:30 PM: Dracula by Bram Stoker

Thursday, December 12 @ 6:30 PM: A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles

Bring a friend and join us for some lively discussion at our book group. You are welcome to join us even if you have not read the book. Need a copy? Contact the library today!  The Booked for the Evening book group has had book discussions since it was started in 1999.

Click here to see a complete list of the books that have previously been selected for this program.

Downton Abbey Fashion Show

Saturday September 14 @ 11:00 AM

Did you love the show Downton Abbey and can’t wait for the film? You can learn about the downton Abbey fashions between 1912 and the mid-1920s during a special program presented by the curators of “Fashion and the Automobile”: Lynn Anderson, Victoria Mobley, and Elaine Vermeersch (www.fashionandtheautomobile.com). The show includes fashions from the past and present, as what’s old becomes new again. We invite you to wear your best Downton Abbey inspired outfit and enjoy refreshments.

Registration required and can be done at the Circulation Desk. Tickets are $3 at registration.

RHGS Program: Thumb Fires with Alan Naldrett

Tuesday, September 17 @ 6:00 PM

It is unimaginable to picture whole counties burning, but that was the case in 1871, and then remarkably, ten years later again in 1881! The whole Michigan Thumb suffered two disastrous fires, mostly due to the combination of fuel in the form of tree leaves, stumps, branches left by the lumber industry, a drought, and hot weather and wind. The Thumb Fire of 1881 brought the American Red Cross to the first major disaster they went to. In the days when a bucket brigade was often a town’s only defense against a fire, the great Thumb fires taught many communities that they needed to form fire departments and practice fire prevention.

Adult Craft: Tissue Paper Flowers

Thursday, September 19 @ 3:00 PM

Do you like getting crafty? Come join us with making Tissue Paper Flowers! Registration is required and begins August 29.

 Macomb County Public Works 101

Tuesday, September 24 @6:30 PM

Join us as Anthony Lewis from the Macomb County Public Works Office gives an presentation of their operations including drain maintenance and public works 101. MCPWO is responsible for your storm water and sewage. Come to an interesting and informative presentation on how MCPWO manages your water. You will hear details on how the office works, current projects, and how they are working to clean and protect our water and infrastructure.

Adult Trivia Night

Thursday, September 26 @ 6:00 PM

Love trivia? Come and test your knowledge against others in 5 rounds of questions. But trivia is more fun with a team. Bring your friends and sign up a group of 4. Don’t have a group? We’ll place you in one!  Registration is required and begins September 12. Please register each teammate individually.

Puzzle Competition

Saturday, September 28 @ 12:00 PM

Are you the King or Queen of jigsaw puzzles? Put your skills against rival teams to win the trophy! Sign up with a group of 2-4 people
♦ Single puzzlers will be assigned to a group
♦ Refreshment breaks!
The team closest to completing the jigsaw puzzle when time runs out wins! Each member of the winning team will receive an award. All ages welcome. Registration is required and begins September 7.

Library Lab

Looking for help with the computer? Make an appointment for a one-on-one session with one of our librarians. Bring your device and any cords needed to the lab. If you don’t have a laptop, we have a laptop at the library to work with.  Each one-on-one session lasts 30 minutes.  Please call the library at (586) 445-5407 and select option 3 for the Adult Reference Desk. The librarian will take your information and you will be contacted to set up an appointment.

Topics Available Include: 

  • Basic computer instruction
  • Using email and password creation
  • Tablet (iPad, Kindle, Android) introductions
  • Smartphone introduction
  • How to use the library’s free e-resources such as Overdrive e-books, Freegal music, RB Digital magazines, and tutor.com
  • Microsoft Office, Google Drive, Pages training
  • How to practice good computer hygiene (clearing cookies and running basic virus protection)
  • Designing resumes and introduction to online job boards
  • Using library’s archive scanner to digitize old photos and documents

At this time, the Roseville Public Library does
not offer the following services, but appreciate you thinking
of us:

  • Printer and home networking
  • Computer or phone repair
  • Virus removal or other activities which could void warranty
  • Sessions which may involve breaking copyright law
  • Creating viral marketing campaigns for profit or nonprofit
  • Writing resumes