The Erie Canal with Gary Rembisz

Copeland Center 2306 Fourth Street, Wyandotte, Michigan

The Erie Canal is America’s first superhighway, over 364 miles long. It was built without steam power and through the Adirondack Mountains, up and down hills, massive boulders, and uprooting giant trees. How did they get all the water to the canal and keep it in? How did they make water run uphill? It was built with picks and shovels and muscle and blood, and an American dream.

DRGS Beginners Genealogy Workshop 101

Bacon Memorial District Library 45 Vinewood, Wyandotte, Michigan

A class for beginners covering five-generation charts, family group sheets, research logs, vital records, and census records. Space is limited.  Please register by e-mailing Sherry at GENEGAL26@YAHOO.COM

Weird Downriver – Curiosities and Little Known Stories from Downriver with Jakki Malnar

Copeland Center 2306 Fourth Street, Wyandotte, Michigan

Librarian Jakki Malnar presents "Weird Downriver: Curious Stories and little known facts about Downriver, MI" Join us to hear the stories of Slocum's "Island", Death by Tuna, Wyandotte's own DB Cooper, and much more. While the Speaker, Jakki Malnar, is in the building, she requires everyone to be masked.  In order for everyone to hear her properly, she will be unmasked during her presentation.  If you can't or won't wear a mask, you will not be allowed to attend this presentation. This program has been re-scheduled from October 20.

February – TBA

Copeland Center 2306 Fourth Street, Wyandotte, Michigan