Adult Services

There's always something happening at the library:

100 Books in 2019

Can You Do it? Read 100 books in a calendar year? Keep track online and earn prizes throughout the year. Register and keep track

The prizes for 100 Books in a Year are now available for pickup at the Civic Center Reference Desk. There are 3 levels available:

  • 25 hours free DVD rental coupon
  • 50 hours free book from Friend’s Book Shop
  • 75 hours clip-on book light
  • 100 hours—invitation to special event TBD
  • Noontime Concert Season 2019

    January 17 – Mark Kesson: acoustic guitar
    February 21 – Tom Birchler: guitar
    March 21 – Paul Demick: marimba
    April 18 – Grand Folk Trio
    May 9 – Kelly Darryl Duo: Violin and piano

    Bennett Civic Center Library Book Club

    Join the discussion on the 2nd Monday of each month at 7pm led by Librarian Patty Goonis.

    2019 Titles
    January 14 In the Darkroom by Susan Faludi
    February 11 cancelled
    March 11 There There by Tommy Orange and If They Come For Us: Poems by Fatimah Asghar
    April 8 The Nest by Cynthia Sweeney
    May 20 The Martian by Andy Weir
    June 10 I am, I am, I am: 17 Brushes with Death by Maggie O’Farell
    July 8 The Incendiaries by R.O.Kwon
    August 12 A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving
    September 9 Educated: a Memoir by Tara Westover
    October 14 The Red and the Blue: the 1990’s and the Birth of Political Tribalism by Steve Kornacki
    November 25 The Tale of Halcyon Crane by Wendy Web
    December 9 Secret Keeper by Kate Morton

    Cutting the Cord Handouts

    If you were unable to attend our Cutting the Cord Program on 3/5 or are looking for an additional copy of its informational packet, the handouts that were distributed at the event are available below.
    Updated Cutting the Cord Handout
    Streaming Channel Options
    Sports Channel Options
    Individual, Premium, and Foreign Channel Options

    Keeping up with the Library via Email

    If you give us your email address* we'll send you:
    1. Check out receipts (you can still get a paper receipt if you like)
    2. Date due reminders a few days in advance
    3. Holds available notifications
    4. A reminder when your card is about to expire

    Call the library at 734-466-2491 to have your email address added to your account by a staff member.

    5. Subscribe separately to our monthly e-newsletter to keep up with what's happening in the library using the form above.

    *Of course, we never sell your email address or spam you.