The library, located on North Main Street in Culver, was partially constructed as a Carnegie Library. They were built around the country using funds from the businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.
Because May is National Historic Preservation Month, the library in Culver is inviting architectural expert Kurt Garner to help celebrate the library’s 100th year in existence.
Garner is an architectural historian who has founded a Marshall County-based non-profit for historic preservation in addition to serving on the Plymouth City Council.
The discussion will take place on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Culver-Union Township Public Library.