Celebrate National Reading Month by stopping by the library for our Pete the Cat “Reading Rocks” Reading Program. Drop by anytime starting March 1st and get your own special bag, bookmark and reading log. Show us your reading log any time between April 1st and 15th to receive a prize and have your name posted in the library.Read More
Parade of Preschools was held at the library on Tuesday, February 25. Participants met with several area preschools to learn more about their programs. Information was shared about student/teacher ratios, philosophies, teachers training, curriculum, daily schedule and more.Read More
Wednesday, March 4 at 6:30pm
Sign-up online or call 734-453-0750 ext 4
Will 2020 be the first time you are eligible to vote? Want to know more about how to cast your ballot?
Canton Township Clerk, Michael Siegrist will show you:
- how to register to vote
- how to find out what’s on the ballot before election day,
- how to find your voting location
- what you need to bring with you on election day
- how to get an absentee ballot and more!
Enjoy snacks while you get your questions answered to make sure your vote counts.Read More
Are you a recently published author in search of new fans?
Take this opportunity to promote your literary works (fiction and nonfiction, for youth, teen or adult readers) and meet other local authors and book fans at our 12th annual Author Fair, scheduled for Saturday afternoon, May 16, 2020.
Please complete the “Application to Participate” available here, and in the library. For additional information, contact Dee Beaver by phone, 734.453.0750, ext. 205, or by email, email@example.com.Read More
Celebrate Black History Month: Read a Book by an African American Author
For the entire month of February, and beyond, we will celebrate stories by African American authors!
You can get started by checking out the challenges on this activity sheet. Share your favorites with us and be entered to win a free book by one of your favorite authors.
Not sure where to start? Looking for a new favorite? Check out the amazing A-Z of African American Authors writing for teens and youth.Read More
Tumble Book Library has over 1100 titles for grades K-6, and includes our unique animated, talking picture books, read-along chapter books, National Geographic videos, non-fiction books, playlists, as well as books in Spanish and French. Plus, the collection features Graphic Novels – a kid favorite! There are no check-out times or wait lists: the books are always available to everyone!
It’s a great resource for tech-savvy kids, and teaches them the joy of reading in a format they’ll love.Read More
Federal income tax forms have arrived and are located on the main floor of the library, next to the meeting rooms. Ask any staff member for assistance.
2/4/2020 Update! Michigan Tax Forms have arrivedRead More
PDL now has mobile printing! This means you can send your printing projects to PDL from anywhere and from any device. Print a document or picture from your phone, computer, or tablet and come to the library within 24 hours to print out your document from our machines. Learn more about mobile printing here or ask any staff member for assistance.Read More