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Saturday, September 8, 2012
Orion Township Public Library
The reading garden at the Orion Township Public Library is very peaceful and well laid out. There are nice shady spots to take refuge from the sun if it is too hot. The beautiful library on Joslyn Road opened in 1989, although the library has been in existence in Orion township since 1926 started by the local women's club. The new facility is 29,000 square feet large. Today, the library is celebrating Grandparents Day with special stories and crafts. Hiral Shah is also there to demonstrate henna tattoos and its history. The public is also encouraged to park in their lot to access the Polly Ann Trail behind the library for hiking or biking.