√ Join Julie from the Holton Branch for a live Zoom book discussion each month. Newcomers welcome. Registration required on the madl.org calendar. A Zoom link will be emailed to you before the program.
√ Black Hair Care Clinic – 6 p.m., learn the secrets to beautiful black hair from expert Nietra Hood. During this virtual program, Nietra will share tips on how to care for your own hair, as well as for a young person’s hair. Registration for this program opens Friday, Jan. 22 at 10 a.m. Please register at hackleylibrary.org, HPL’s Facebook page, call 231-722-8011, or stop by the library.
√ 7 p.m., White Lake Music Society Winter Lecture Series in partnership with MADL — Muskegon Area District Library featuring founder and conductor Laureate of Chicago’s Music of the Baroque Thomas Wikman. Register online at http://madl.evanced.info/sign-up/Calendar. More information at www.whitelakemusic.org.
√ MADL presents the White Lake Music Society Winter Lecture Series, 7 p.m., Join WLMS Host Bob Swan and musician/scholar Thomas Wikman as they discuss the powerful and expressive musical voices that flourished in the early 1900s.
√ 7 p.m., Join author and podcaster Ron Rademacher on a journey across Michigan to visit small towns hiding unique objects and mysteries. Some are rare, some are one of a kind, and some are unexplained. Learn about the prehistoric Copper Mines on the Keweenaw Peninsula, the ancient artifact in Nahma, the Tomb of the Cow, the Sanilac Petroglyphs and more. Register to receive the Zoom link to access the presentation on the White Lake Community calendar: wlclib.org/calendar.
√ 7 p.m., ROAD (Reviving Our American Democracy) will present a conversation with Eileen Reavey about the National Popular Vote Initiative. To get Zoom registration, contact email@example.com.
√ MADL Morning Zoom Book Club – Book lovers meet once a month for a live Zoom book discussion with Alison from the Norton Shores Branch. Newcomers always welcome. Registration required on the madl.org calendar. A Zoom link will be emailed to you before the program.
√ 11 a.m. on Zoom, watch as the Mad Scientist is able to defy gravity in this energetic show! The audience will be enthralled by Didgeridoo tubes, and amazed as science is used to create an extra hand and an explosion of foam. Perfect for classrooms to join. Registration required. Visit the calendar on madl.org. A Zoom login will be emailed to you before the program.