Here is a printable March program calendar for your convenience. Please note that storytimes are not running this month (aside from Count Me In! Special Needs Storytime on March 23) since we have First Grade Round Up with local schools. Storytimes will be back in session in April.

Is it possible to train your brain to increase your happiness? Science says yes. In just 21 days, you can rewire your brain to work more optimistically and successfully by taking a prescribed set of actions. Journey along with us as, starting February 27, we take 21 days to retrain our brains culminating in a celebration on International Day of Happiness, March 20. It's easy to participate by writing in a journal or in the comments of the library's daily Facebook posts where we will also be sharing what makes us smile.

 

For more on this theory, watch The Secret to Better Work, a TED Talk by Shawn Achor. View all 15 minutes or pick it up at the 10 minute mark for retraining exercises. 

Here is a printable February program calendar for your convenience.

Here is a printable list of our January programs for your convenience.

With the holidays getting closer, here is a reminder for upcoming library closures. We are closed:

 

Thursday, November 22

Friday, November 23

Monday, December 24

Tuesday, December 25

Monday, December 31

Tuesday, January 1

 

We encourage you to take advantage of our online databases, streaming services and e-media , which are always available with your library card. You can also check due dates, renew materials or put items hold using My Account.

Here is a printable October program calendar for your convenience.

Here's a printable September program calendar for your convenience. 

Community Financial Shred Day

Community Financial's Shred Day is September 8 from 2:00 - 4:30 PM. Bring your confidential documents to Community Financial's Canton location, 6355 N. Canton Center, or Westland location, 7420 N. Wayne Road to be securely shredded and recycled. Limit four shopping bags/banker's boxes per car. 

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

Michigan's August 7 Primary Election is just around the corner. Be an informed voter!

The League of Women Voters, an organization that aims to provide information without bias or political favor toward any party, added its voter's guide to VOTE411.org. You can use this personalized tool to find out where you're polling location is, what issues will be on the ballot and compare candidate responses to pressing topics. The website offers federal, state, county and local information. 

Visit www.VOTE411.org for all of the information, and www.lwvmi.org for the League of Women Voters of Michigan.

 

National Night Out/Not In Our Town

Join your neighbors on August 7, 6:30-8:30 PM at Heritage Park for a free night out sponsored by the Canton Response to Hate Crimes Coalition, the Canton Public Library, Canton Public Safety and Canton Leisure Services. Activities will promote safer neighborhoods, strengthen the movement to stop hate and address bullying while building a more inclusive community for all.

Event includes:

  • Touch a truck, Canton Public Safety's hands-on vehicle display
  • Interactive community booths
  • Children's activities
  • Delicious eats
  • Giveaways and prizes from community partners

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

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