You already know what a good deal your Library card can be, earning you free access to books, e-books, movies, music, and more. But during National Library Card Sign-up Month in September, your Library card can get you even more! Many local businesses and organizations offer cardholders special deals or small gifts from September 1-30. Stop in the Library for a brochure listing all participating businesses, or find a list here.
The new September / October issue of our Preview newsletter and the Fall 2015 Your Guide are now available. You can browse previous editions as well.
Book Crossing is an international, intergenerational reading program for all ages. We work with our Sister City, Sèvres, France, to select books by both American and French authors translated into English.
Stop by the book displays on each floor to discover the books chosen this year and pick up one of the selections—there’s something for everyone!
Watch the Library’s Facebook page for Book Crossing updates or to join the discussion. Visit the Book Crossing web page to get details on the books and to read about related programs.
During the latter half of 2015, the Second Floor of the library will be undergoing an extensive renovation. Find about the improvements we have planned for you by clicking here!
We bet that you will discover an amazing title or service that the Library offers through your mobile device. Stream a movie, read an e-book, or answer your question with an online resource or a chat with a librarian.
We also think that you’ll want to share the news of your discovery. Please do! Use the #libraryinmyhand hashtag to show off what you’ve accessed from your mobile device.
Post your photo to our Facebook page or Twitter account (@MPPLib). Teens, you can also post to our Instagram account (@MPPLTeen).
Join the fun during the Adult Spelling Bee. Learn about the Eastland disaster with Ted Wachholz. Learn all about plants during Mad Scientist Club Junior: Here We Grow. Then become captivated during Super Saturday: Indian Dance Featuring Kalapriya. Click here to watch.
The July / August issue of our Preview newsletter is now available! You can also browse previous editions of the Preview and Your Guide.
The latest episode of Library Life features the Summer Reading Program: Read to the Rhythm, detailing how readers of all ages can get in tune and earn prizes for reading from the Adult, Teen, and Youth Services departments, an interview with author, Sue Baugh, who describes her journey to remote areas of the earth, rediscovering the conversations between us and nature, featured in the June 4 program, Echoes of Earth, imaginative crafts created with recycled and repurposed pieces during Create-a-Craft: Earth Day Fun, staff book recommendations, and scenes from Super Saturday: Andy Head’s Wonderfully Wacky Juggling Show, the exhilarating performance featuring dramatic tricks designed for sophisticated kids and silly adults, alike. Click here to watch!
The May / June issue of our Preview newsletter is now available. You can also browse previous editions of the Preview and Your Guide.