The Friends of the Okemos Library will host a “Breakfast with Frank Kelley” on Saturday, May 21. Former State Attorney General, Frank Kelley, will speak about his years in office and the challenges he faced, as well as the state, national and international personalities he met while in office as Michigan’s longest-serving Attorney General. Mr. …
We learned all about Michigan’s Kit Homes from Andrew and Wendy Mutch, experts on the so-called “kit houses” that were ordered from catalogs and very popular in the early 20th century.
Journalist and Royal Fashion Expert Susan Kelley spoke about the styles worn by the British Royal Family with an emphasis on the fashion of the Duchess of Cambridge, formerly Kate Middleton.
Lansing History Librarian Heidi Butler shared historical facts about the Greater Lansing area and the many library resources available for doing our own historical research. Attendees learned how to use the Parke Collection to discover information about our region, the city, or even a parcel of land, as well as the preservation of family audio/video documents.
We heard from award-winning and best-selling mystery author, P.J. Parrish, the pen name for writing duo Kelly Nichols and Kristy Montee. The sisters, who are Detroit natives, divulged the secret to their long-distance writing style and how they construct the plots for their hero, Detective Louis Kincaid.