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Knit N Yarn
Thank you to the Heart of Cook for their generous donation to support Knit N Yarn group projects.
 
This group does these projects because of a desire to give someone 'knitted love'. The group welcomes anyone who does needle crafts of any kind. It doesn't matter your level of expertise, beginner or master or no experience at all, the members would be happy to welcome you. So come join the gals for some knitting or crocheting and fun. Knit N' Yarn meets every Monday and Thursday from 1 to 3 pm and the third Tuesday of each month at 6 pm. Donations of full or partial skeins of yarn are always welcome.
 2018
Jan. 16     Feb. 20     Mar. 20     Apr. 17     May. 15     Jun. 19     Jul.17     Aug. 21     Sept. 18     Oct. 16     Nov. 20     Dec. 18

Andrews Music Recital

Wednesday, February 21 at 6:00 p.m.

Enjoy music performed by talented musicians from Andrews University.


Unforgotten Stories of Our Landscapes

Tuesday, Febuary 13 @ 6:30 p.m. Join Pat Fisher of Harbor Country Hikers for a presentation on the history and geology of the land around us. From glaciers to mega-mammals, giant dunes, Indian settlements, and a qnique but fragile ecosystems, learn what makes Southwest Michigan unlike any other place in the world.  

Harbor Country Hikers https://harborcountryhikers.com/


Warm up to a Good Book Adult Winter Reading Program

January 1-February 17

Register and read five books to receive gourmet hot chocolate and have a chance to win a gift certificate from D’Agostino’s. 


2nd Wednesday Book Group

Join our friendly and interactive reading group lead by Rick Fuller. Books are available for checkout one month before the meeting.  New members are always welcome.

Upcoming selections include:    

February-“Heroes of the Frontier” by Dave Eggers

March-“The Narrow Road to the Deep North” by Richard Flanagan


Yin Yoga

Every Thursday 6-7:15 pm  Participation fee: $10 (cash only to instructor) 50% of proceeds benefit the Bridgman Library

Yoga with Cheryl Meadors 


Basic Computer Class

April 3, 10, 17, 24, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. You will learn basic skills such as  how to log on and off a computer, create an email, how to use a mouse, how to attach a photo to a document, how to save material to a thumb drive/USB, and how to create a word document. Come with questions!

Registration at the front desk  


Need Computer Help

Tech Help Hours Thursday 2:00-4:00PM Call 269-465-3663  or email ted@bridgmanlibrary.com 

Got a new device? this past holiday, Drop in or make and appointment and Ted can help you figure your new device out. 


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