Check out our Lucky Day display during your next visit to the library! This display features new titles with large hold lists that will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis with a checkout period of seven days. Please note that patrons can only check out up to two Lucky Day titles at a time.
Take a puzzle or leave a puzzle for our ongoing Puzzle Swap located on the main floor of the library. There are no limits on how many puzzles patrons can take and patrons are welcome to keep them for as long as they would like.
Are you interested in hosting your own book club? Check out one of our Book Club Kits! Each kit contains several copies including large print and an audiobook version (if available) of the selected titles. For more information about Flint Public Library’s Book Club Kits and the other Book Club Kits available through MVLC, please email Paige Cole at email@example.com.
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Looking for reliable resources to help with a research project? Use our free online databases to access peer-reviewed academic journals, archived newspaper articles, and other scholarly resources.
Learn more about your family’s lineage with the help of our genealogy resources! Please note that some resources must be accessed either in-person or from a designated desktop at Flint Public Library.
Browse Middleton’s history online! Find Masconomet Regional High School Yearbooks from 1960 to 2022, annual reports, a biography of Charles L. Flint, digitized issues of the Tri-Town Transcript, and more.
Use these fun and free resources to learn any of 163 languages on your desktop or phone with personalized courses, movies, music, and more! Be sure to have your library card number handy.
Past Adult Programs
Adults have joined local instructors, Soki Ahn and Deanna Bragger, for morning and evening sessions of yoga – sometimes held on the lawn!
Betsy and Shannon of Casual Study guided attendees on how to make their own sugar scrubs, bath bombs, and lip scrubs in this DIY Bath Products workshop.
Attendees enjoyed the sights and sounds of nature when they visited Bradley Palmer State Park for a guided bird walk led by Steve Hale of Open World Explorers.
Lara of Pop Up Art School taught adults how to shape and form wool into their own cluster of wild mushrooms on an embroidery hoop during a fun needle felting workshop.
Local artist, Tayla David, taught the basics of macramé during an evening workshop so that adult participants could make their own macramé plant hangers!
Various author talks have been held both virtually and in-person at the library for patrons to attend. Authors have included Michelle Gallin, Leila Philip, Eric Jay Dolin, and more!
Local artists have showcased their works both virtually on our website and in-person at the library in month-long Art Exhibitions. From paintings of still life to portraits and photographs of nature, we have seen a variety of art on display at the Flint.
Adult readers have joined us for our Tea & Tor Novellas Book Club where a different tea blend is served at each meeting that is suited for the particular novella of the month.
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