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The Detroit Area Diaper Bank is a nonprofit charitable organization serving SE Michigan. They work to meet the need for diapers at partner agencies working with people in crisis. The cost of diapers is not covered by WIC, food stamps and, in most circumstances, Medicare, and many in our community are in need. Please bring your diaper donation to the Reception Desk on November 18, and thank you for helping to support our community.
Judith Barr, Associate Director of First Step, will present a program on domestic violence on October 29, 2:00-3:00PM at the Canton Public Library. First Step is a local resource offering free services to individuals affected by domestic violence and sexual assault. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and First Step believes that prevention and awareness are key components to ending violence in our communities.
This program will be held in the library’s Purple Room. It is free, no registration is required. For more information, visit First Step.
We are experiencing problems with our Overdrive ebook authentication process. If you try to log in with your Canton Public Library card, you may receive a message that your account information is not valid.
We have notified the vendor of the problem and hope to have it resolved soon. The NetLibrary ebook site is fully functioning. Thank you for your patience.
Librarian Anne Cnockaert applied for the grant on behalf of the library and helped to create the Family Reading Night program, which will start in October and run through June, 2010.
"This program encourages the whole family to become involved in reading," says Cnockaert. "There will be a themed storytime, then families can complete a craft and have a snack related to the story. The family will receive a free book that they can read together and take home to keep."
This opportunity is ideal for hiring managers, HR people or anyone that has had experience conducting interviews. If you are interested, contact Laurie Golden at email@example.com for more information.
If you stopped in Monday morning while we were closed and attempted to pick up hold materials due to expire today, please call the library at 734-397-0999 so we can help you check these items out. Holds set to expire today cannot be extended. Our book drop is open so all materials may be returned. Fines will accrue as usual.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we deal with this unexpected situation. Please call 734-397-0999 for more information.
The Digital Bookmobile is a high-tech upgrade of the traditional bookmobile housed in an 18-wheel tractor-trailer. Instead of printed books, you’ll experience broadband Internet-connected PCs, high definition monitors, a premium sound system and a variety of portable media players. Interactive learning stations give visitors an opportunity to search the library’s digital media collection and sample supported mobile devices like MP3 players, smart phones and eBook readers.
Follow the Digital Bookmobile's tour of the U.S. as it works its way to Canton.
If you'd like to see the process behind our strategic plan as presented to the Library Board of Trustees, just view this Presentation: