Print From Anywhere!


Mobile printing at the library is available with the PrinterOn service! This app allows you to print from your phone, tablet, or computer. Don’t want to use an app? You can email directly to the printer by sending an email with your document attached. Finally, you can also use the printer cloud by uploading your document, and then retrieve the document from the printer. Regardless of the method used, you have 24 hours to come to the library and call up your print job. Jobs are automatically deleted after 24 hours. The cost is 10 cents per page for black and white and 50 cents per page for color.

Watch a video of how to use this service

Use PrinterOn App PrinterOn Upload Email an Attachment
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Streets of Detroit

Streets of Detroit: The People Behind the Names with Joe Oldenburg

Northville District Library presents:
Streets of Detroit: The People Behind the Names with Joe Oldenburg
Thursday, August 13 at 7:00pm
Register at the Northville Library and get Zoom login information.

Who were Woodward and Gratiot? What was John R’s last name? Historian Joe Oldenburg will highlight the history of Detroit through the names of the streets we know so well.

This virtual program is sponsored jointly with the Northville Township Historic District Commission.

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Thursday Trivia Nights on Zoom

Northville District Library Presents: Thursday Trivia Nights
Thursday, August 20, 2020 at 7:00pm
Registration and Zoom login information available at the Northville District Library

Keep your mind fresh and test your general knowledge at our monthly trivia night on Zoom. Compete for the prestige of being Northville’s “smartest” library patron.

Tip: Plymouth library card holders can leave the “Registrant Library Card Number” field blank when registering.

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Virtual Foreign Film Discussion

Foreign Film Northville District Library Presents: Virtual Foreign Film Discussion
Monday, August 24 at 7:00pm on Zoom
Zoom login information at the Northville District Library

Truman – Spanish, 109 mins
Watch on Kanopy

Diagnosed with terminal cancer, Julian’s childhood friend Tomas pays his ailing friend an unexpected visit. They work together to find a home for Julian’s beloved dog, Truman, in this heartfelt and surprisingly humorous film.

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Mudslinging, Muckraking, and Apple Pie: Presidential Campaigns, the Great American Pastime (Historical Portrayal)

Thursday, September 10
7:00pm on Zoom
Registration is Required. Register online
or call 734-453-0750 ext 4
Zoom login information will be emailed to you.

Political campaigns are getting down and dirty. How did this campaign craziness get started? Believe it or not, they have actually gotten more civil over the years. Don’t believe it? In this program, hear the stories of the mudslinging and muckraking of the Jefferson v. Adams campaign of 1800, the Jackson v. Adams of 1828, and the Lincoln v. Douglas of 1860. Also covered in this programs the 1912 campaign when Teddy Roosevelt decided to start his OWN political party. Recommended for teens and adults.

Presented by Terry Lynch of HFK Presents, a professional actor and speaker in the Chicagoland area for more than 30 years. Terry’s acting credits include: stage, T.V., film and radio.

For more than 10 years, as co-owner of Histories for Kids, Inc. and HFK Presents, Terry has used his years of theatrical and improvisational training at Second City Training Center and I.O., to  speak to groups of all ages to create unique, interactive  presentations that are humorous, informative and motivational.

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Help Us Help You by Email

The easiest way for us to contact you is by email. Please consider logging into your library record to add or update your e-mail address.

Reminder: your library card number is the 14 digits on the back of your library card. Please enter them with no spaces, along with your PIN, which is the last four digits of your phone number. Once logged in, scroll down to the “Address 1” section and verify your information. Click on “Edit” to add or change your email address.

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