VBDL Webster Memorial pays tribute to the music of Michigan and one of the state’s most beloved and legendary performers during the presentation of “Turn the Page: The Bob Seger Story,” with Dr. Edward Balian, Thursday, February 13, 6:00pm.
Van Buren District Library is joining libraries and schools across the country in the third annual Beanstack Winter Reading Challenge sponsored by iconic publishing imprint Penguin Random House (PRH).
DECATUR, MICHIGAN – – – – The list grows longer every day. From the Sno-Isle Libraries in Washington’s Snohomish and Island counties to Queen Anne’s County Library in Maryland, the number of libraries eliminating overdue fines continues to increase. Since November 1, Van Buren District Library (VBDL), which serves approximately 45,000 people in Van Buren County, has joined the ranks of the fine-free.
Software updates are a fact of life. While sometimes annoying and a bit disruptive, they are a necessary task in order to add new features, fix problems or remove outdated features. Van Buren District Library is scheduled to undergo an unavoidable software update beginning Friday, July 12, 5:00pm, through Monday, July 15, 9:00am.
Van Buren District Library celebrates health and wellness during its new fall festival, “A Taste of Wellness,” Saturday, October 19, at the Antwerp Activity Center, Mattawan.
Van Buren District Library promises a cosmic collection of events and activities during its annual summer reading program, May 28 through August 17.This year’s theme, “A Universe of Stories,” explores out of this world subjects such as the solar system, astronauts, rockets, aliens and more.
Bond, James Bond. An identifying statement like no other since the fictional, British Secret Agent introduced himself in Ian Fleming’s 1953 novel Casino Royale. Since Fleming’s death in 1964, eight writers have carried on the Bond tradition, including Southwest Michigan Reads 2019 visiting author, Raymond Benson. The author of six, original 007 novels presents “The James Bond Phenomenon,” Tuesday, October 1, 6:30pm, at the Lawton Community Center.
DECATUR, MICHIGAN – – – – – Sixty-four contenders. Six rounds. One winner. Van Buren District Library’s March Book Madness: Classics vs. the Currents is in the record books.
Sixty-four contenders. Six rounds. Just one winner. What may sound like ingredients for a basketball tournament are actually the elements of Van Buren District Library’s March Book Madness.
The Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street is coming to Decatur this fall. The Michigan Humanities Council announced recently that Webster Memorial Library is one of six host sites for Crossroads: Change in Rural America.