Troy Public Library

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510 W. Big Beaver Rd. Troy MI 48084 - Phone 248.524.3538

Mon-Thurs 10 am - 9 pm / Sat 10 am - 5 pm / Sun 1 pm - 5 pm

Financing Your College Education

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Financing Your FutureParents and students are invited to attend a free college financial information seminar hosted by the Troy Public Library.  The seminar will focus on navigating the financial aid process, various applications, an in depth review of calculating financial aid, and how to determine the right financial fit for your family. 

Thursday, May 8 | 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Meeting Room | Registration Required

Indoor Bonfire

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indoor bonfire 

Teens are invited to make a variety of s'mores, sing songs, and hang around the indoor bonfire, all while the Library is closed! We will be celebrating the second anniversary of the fab Teen Advisory Board (TAB). Made possible by the Friends of Troy Public Library.


Friday, May 16 | 6 – 8 PM | For Teens
Meeting Room | Registration Required

Michigan Notable Books Author Tour

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The Bird: The Life and Legacy of Marack FidrychDoug Wilson | The Bird: the Life and Legacy of Mark Fidrych

The Library of Michigan has announced its Michigan Notable Books for 2014 . Each year, the library chooses books that highlight people, places and events in the great state of Michigan.

Join us to hear Michigan Notable Books author Doug Wilson speak about his book, The Bird: The Life and Legacy of Mark Fidrych. As a rookie, Fidrych stormed the baseball world with his antics of talking to the baseball, and along the way became one of the most popular Detroit Tigers in history. This 1970s pop icon's larger-than-life personality and killer slider led to his selection as the 1976 All-Star game starter, and becoming the first athlete ever to make the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

Thursday, May 29 | 7 – 8:30 PM
Meeting Room | Registration Required

The author will be signing copies of his book.  Please bring your own copy (available from Barnes & Noble in Troy), as books will not be available for purchase the night of the program.

MI Notable BooksThis year's Nobable Books cover a wide range of people and topics. Charlie LeDuff received the award for Detroit: An American Autopsy, which illustrates how the veteran writer set out to uncover what led his beloved city into decline.

Another selection, November's Fury: The Deadly Great Lakes Hurricane of 1913, by Michael Schumacher, illustrates how a freak storm center swept from west to east creating a "white hurricane". Schumacher takes us into the lives of the sailors that battled this amazing storm. Some survived, while others did not.

Check out the complete list of this year's winners, then stop by the Adult Information Department or visit the Library catalog to get a copy today.              

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