Ferndale Reads Programming in Full Swing

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(FPL Press Release, April 10, 2014)

The fun has just begun in Ferndale. Ferndale Public Library’s annual Ferndale Reads program, which kicked off on Mar. 22, has a variety of events that appeal to everyone. While supplies last, readers can pick dda_ad_01up free copies of this year’s selection, Annie’s Ghosts by Steve Luxenberg at the library’s front desk. Local improv comedy group, Go Comedy!, put together a special show (titled “Secrets, Secrets”) inspired by Annie’s Ghosts and they’re offering library card holders discounted prices every Wed. in April. Three of the library’s adult book clubs have chosen the book for their next selections.

More special programs this month include:

Apr 23: How to Write a Memoir: Preserving Your Stories for Generations to Come

Apr 29:  Who You Callin’ Crazy: The History of Mental Illness

May 14:  Getting Started: Researching Your Family’s Heritage

May 22: A Cemetery Bike Ride meeting at the Downtown Ferndale Bike Shopseed019_Cherie_Rolfe

Author, Steve Luxenberg will speak about his book on May 22nd when he visits The Rust Belt Market.

For more information about Ferndale Reads: http://ferndale.lib.mi.us/index.php/ferndale-reads-2014-events

Full Schedule of Events

Street-Eatzz-Ad4/16 Go Comedy! Performance – 9PM

4/23 How to Write a Memoir – 7PM

4/23 Go Comedy! Performance – 9PM

4/29 History of Mental Illness – 7PM

4/29 Friends Book Club Discussion – 7:30 PM

4/30 Go Comedy! Performance – 9PM

5/14 Researching Your Family’s Heritage – 7PM

5/15 Book Party at the Emory – 7:30PM

5/22 Cemetery Bike Ride – 5PM – Downtown Ferndale Bike Shop

5/22 Steve Luxenberg Author Visit –

7PM – Rustbelt Market

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