Among Upcoming Events, Perry Library Invites Teens to Discuss Ideas for Future Activities
Posted by Perry Pulse at 9:29pm 9/17/18
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The Community District Library has many upcoming programs planned. Space and supplies are limited and preregistration is required.
The Perry branch will hold Preschool Story Time at 11am on Tuesday September 18th. Little ones are invited to come listen to stories and make a craft. Call 517-625-3166 for more information.
Beginning Tuesday September 18th it's PJ Story Time at the Byron branch, beginning at 6pm. Kids are invited to wear their pajamas and listen to bedtime stories. Call 810-266-4620 x1607.
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Wanted: TEENS - September 24th after school. Teens are invited to the Perry Branch for a discussion time on what they might like to do at the library. Is it a book club? Crafts? Pokemon gaming? There will be refreshments and time for teens to share their own ideas. Phone 517-625-3166.
Also on September 24th it's Crochet Club, starting at 5:00pm at the Perry branch. This will be a meet and greet time. People wanting to learn how to crochet are encouraged to come. A new project will be started in October. Again, dial 517-625-3166 for more information.
At the Corunna branch, Adult Coloring & Conversation returns on September 24th and 25th. On September 24th, come at 10:30am. Come at 6pm on September 25th. This program is held monthly at the Corunna Branch. Call 989-743-4800 for more.
Please note that the Corunna Branch will be closed this week for the installation of new carpeting.
The CDL has branches in Bancroft, Byron, Corunna, Lennon, Morrice, New Lothrop and Perry. For information about programs and events at all locations visit www.mycdl.org.
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Vintage Car Sought for Role in Movie to be Filmed in Perry
Your Vintage Ride Could Land A Role In A Movie
Posted by Perry Pulse at 6:36am 9/4/18
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The movie 'Storage,' directed by Jeff Kapp, will shoot for two days at Turk's Mini Storage in Perry. Kapp told Perry Pulse that he's looking for "an older muscle car, preferably not in the best shape but driveable."