Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Edison Library: Cool Warrendale Thing of the Week

The Edison Branch of the Detroit Public Library has been in existence in the Warrendale neighborhood since December 9, 1948 and in its current location since January, 1955. They have more than enough books to satisfy a young kid in the Warrendale neighborhood who loves reading - even one who might grow up to publish his own novel. (Sorry, I really couldn't resist the plug.)

They also have an impressive series of community events that happen at the library on a regular basis. For example, there will be a children's story time at the Edison Library this evening from 6 - 6:45 p.m.

There will also be a free computer class this Saturday from 10:30 a.m. until noon. This class will focus on using the computer to find a job as well as how to use Microsoft Excel and Powerpoint.

Speaking of computers, the Edison Library is also an excellent place for those without a computer to log-on to the internet.

All of these things make the Edison Branch of the Detroit Public Library the Cool Warrendale Thing of the Week.

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