Muskegon Area District Library hosts November-December Programs

Make It Monday: Denim Bouquet

7 p.m. November 16, via Facebook and YouTube
Have an old pair of jeans? Holly will show how to make a bouquet  of denim. For a list of supplies, see the calendar.

Remembering World War II:

The Ghost Mountain Boys and the Forgotten War of the South Pacific
6 p.m., November 18

The Army’s 32nd ‘Red Arrow’ Infantry Division were assigned the most grueling mission of the entire Pacific Campaign: with little training or supplies for jungle conditions, march 130 miles over the Owen Stanley Mountains of New Guinea and drive back the Japanese forces. Many men in this unit were from the Muskegon area. Join MCC History Instructor George Maniates and James Campbell, author of The Ghost Mountain Boys, as they discuss this harrowing mission. Copies of the book are available to borrow at all MADL branches while supplies last. Registration required on the calendar. A Zoom link will be emailed to you.

Make It Monday: Winter Gnome

7 p.m., December 21, Facebook and YouTube
In less than 20 minutes, Holly will show you how to make a whimsical Scandinavian gnome using dollar store items. For a list of supplies, see the calendar.

Movie Pop Quiz

Every week in December a different movie quote will be posted at all Branch Libraries and on our Facebook page. If you guess the quote correctly, your name will be entered in a drawing for a refillable Wesco popcorn bucket filled with goodies. You can make your guess and enter once per week. Open to all ages. Thank You to Wesco for their continued support.