The Rochester Hills Public Library has an extremely interesting program designed to pull the romanticism out of your heart. They will be hosting a special heart-filled lecture the evening about the most interesting couples in the world of literature.
Maureen Esther, the library’s history Teller, will give the special St. Valentine's lecture covering some of history's most interesting couples. She will start in ancient Egypt and end in the 20th century. Each of her stories are available in books in the library’s collection.
Esther will share stories of unconditional love, loyalty, lust, and betrayal, too.
This 90 minute event will begin in the all-purpose room at the library on February 13 from 7 p.m. Advance registration is requested before the event. To register, click here.
If you have questions concerning this event contact Ellen Kieta by clicking on her name for email or by calling 248-650-7124.
Rochester and Rochester Hills in books
- “Rochester and Rochester Hills”, part of the “Images of America” series.
- “Rochester, Michigan Photographs”. Coffee table book with great pictures of Rochester.
- “Earth Eyes, Rochester Hills, Michigan”: surprising stories and hidden secrets.
- “A Pitch in Time”, the story of baseball in Rochester written by Robert Lytle, owner of Lytle Pharmacy.
- “Life’s Leadership Lessons”: 53 anecdotal leadership lessons mostly from people in the Detroit area.