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Rise of a Great Museum
Wendy Evans, from the Speakers bureau of the Detroit Institute of Arts, gives a historical journey through the DIA from its ambitious beginnings to its present status as one of the world’s premier fine arts museums.
More About Farmington Community Library, Farmington Branch
Built in 1975 and remodeled in 1999, this Farmington Community Library branch provides Farmington residents a convenient location to access library services. The 18,000-square-foot facility features a comfortable reading area with a fireplace, computer stations, Quiet Room, fiction and non-fiction collections.
The children's room on the lower level provides a wide variety of learning experiences, as well as quiet reading spaces in a tree house donated by the Jaycees Auxiliary. An on-going book sale display near the circulation desk helps raise funds through Friends of the Library.
Other events here
- A Thousand Letters Home: The WWII Correspondence of Aarol W. "Bud" Irish Thu, Jun 13, 6:30 pm–8:30 pm