Focus on the future at Women’s Health Retreat

The Tecumseh Public Library welcomes women for a day of relaxing, recharging and making big plans for the future at its Women’s Health Retreat, taking place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at the library.

This will be a one-day retreat for women that looks at many ways to promote healthy life choices. Topics will include healthy breakfast, financial fitness, yoga stretching, personal nutrition, good mental health, relaxation techniques and a self-care craft with essential oils.

The goal is for this to be a day to encourage, inform and pamper women and help them with healthy life choices.

Women age 18 and up are invited to attend. Space is limited so advance registration is required.

Read with us in February activities

The Tecumseh Public Library welcomes families with young children to get a start on early literacy and love of the library through multiple program opportunities offered during February.

New readers can make a new friend at the “Sit, Stay, Read” series offered from 4 to 5 p.m. on Mondays, Feb. 17 and Feb. 24. Children can practice their reading skills with a certified therapy dog in a relaxed, “dog-friendly” environment. Parent or guardian should call the library at 598-5955 in advance to register a child for a 20-minute reading session.

Toddler Story Time is offered at 11 a.m. on each Thursday during the month. It’s geared to children younger than school age and features an hour of stories, song, fingerplay and craft time.

No advance registration is required for the story times.

It's a New Year, spend some of it with us!

Happy New Year!

The Tecumseh Public Library is ready to lead the community into 2020 through its many resources, services and program opportunities.

The library presents dedicated spaces for its collection of books for children, teens and adult readers, as well as public computers, meeting areas and more.

In total through the collaboration of the 12 branch libraries in the Pioneer Library System, cardholders have access to more than 700,000 books, magazines and downloadable items. Also, PLS provides access to more than 60 online databases that cover topics from genealogy to homework help.

Need to know more? Talk to a librarian or take a look around our online resources, available through this website or the Pioneer Library System Connect App, which can be downloaded on iTunes or Google Play.

We hope we’ll be a big part of your plans in the new year!

Please note that the library will be closed on Monday, Jan. 20, for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Find out more about what’s going on in January in Tecumseh by picking up a copy of the library’s monthly calendar, or by looking at our online calendar.