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  • Help us reach $100,000 by March 19

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    TPL has a received a Matching Challenge Grant of $4,000 by March 19. We're only $8,000 away to our goal!

  • 4th Annual Oscar Preview with Elliot Wilhelm

    February 26, 2018 -

    Join Detroit Film Theatre director, DIA Film Curator and PBS host Elliot Wilhelm for his take on the 2018 Academy Award nominees.

  • Consumer Protection Seminars-Identity Theft

    February 27, 2018 -

    Glenn Clark will discuss the signs of identity theft, how to protect your personal information online and off, and what to do if you become an identity theft victim. Handouts are included. This Program has been brought to you by The Michigan Department of Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division.

  • Mehndi Madness

    February 28, 2018 -

    Come learn the basics of henna application and try it out on yourself or a friend.

  • Hot Reads for Cold Nights

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    TPL's Adult Winter Reading Program! Read books this winter, and earn chances to win weekly prizes. The more you read, the better your odds. Sign up today! (adults only)

  • Travel to Cuba: The Straight Scoop

    February 28, 2018 -

    Despite hurricanes, travel warnings, and the possibility of renewed restrictions, Cuba continues to grow in popularity as a hot travel ticket for Americans. Troy-based Cuba travel specialists Kathryn and Maryann Clark will debunk the myths, separate misconceptions from reality, and provide all the information you need to explore one of today’s most exciting travel destinations.

  • Master Your Money for Teens

    March 3, 2018 -

    Want to get smart about money? Join us for this fun class on the basics of personal finance for young people lead by experts from GreenPath Financial Wellness. The more you know about money, the more empowered you become. All teens ages 13-18 are welcome.

  • The Evolution of Democracy, Part 1

    March 6, 2018 -

    Join Oakland University Professor Bruce Zellers for the first part of his series on the evolution of democracy in the United States. These lectures will cover the history of voting rights and democratic participation among the people of the US.

    Part 1 will cover: White Men Win the Right to Vote in the 1820s and Andrew Jackson becomes their Hero

  • Nessa Celtic Fusion

    March 10, 2018 -

    Nessa is a Celtic fusion group led by multi-instrumentalist/vocalist, Kelly McDermott, known for her dazzling flute technique and beautiful, soulful voice. She is joined by multi-instrumentalist Rob Crozier to re-imagine the ballads and dances of the U.K. and Europe, uniquely blending elements of classical, folk, jazz, funk and world music to create rich, complex musical hybrids. The band moves audiences with funky reels, “barn burner” jigs, and deep, soulful glimpses of old stories. Nessa has a mystical, dreamy side, an energetic aspect, and a touch of global fusion.

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Matching Challenge Grant Announced from Troy Family

Feb 21, 2018

On Monday, February 19, Troy residents Tom and Ingrid Perring announced a challenge matching grant that will match dollar for dollar any contribution made to the Troy Public Library Endowment fund between today and March 19 up to $4,000.

No Access to MeLCat February 12 through 25

Jan 17, 2018

Troy Public Library patrons will not have access to MeLCat from February 12–25.

Hot Reads for Cold Nights starts January 8

Dec 14, 2017

It's almost time for  “Hot Reads for Cold Nights," the Troy Public Library Adult Winter Reading Program! 

 

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