Michigan-born author John Cohassey Cohassey will discuss his latest book about Ernest Hemingway and the famed writer's ties to northern Michigan. Cohassey’s first book, "Toast of the Town: The Life and Times of Sunnie Wilson," won an award of merit from the Historical Society of Michigan. In 2007, he served as a consultant for the History Channel documentary, "Hippies." His most recent works include "Hemingway and Pound: A Most Unlikely Friendship" and "The 22nd Michigan Infantry and the Road to Chickamauga." Registration is open.
Parents are invited to drop in and visit with representatives from local preschools and child care centers who will bring information about their program and be available to answer questions. Call 248-650-7146 for more information. Registration is not required.