this is the dumbest thing ever. i like the canton library more then my own, thats why i come here. its ridiculous that i dont have the same benefits as the cpl orange card holders. this needs to change.
Hi I would love to donate some old VHS movies....would you guys accept them? If not, do you know who or where would?
Can you please re-evaluate your policy regarding smoking in the front of the library? Many times I have to walk through a cloud of smoke to return my books or walk into the library. Can you think about creating
a smoking area at the back entrance to the library? I really would appreciate someone taking the time to think about this. It is not healthy to be walking through second hand smoke.
what are your hours for the labor day weekend?
Do you provide proctoring services? I'm taking an online course from an out-of-state university, and I need to find an institution that offers proctoring of exams. I'm a Canton resident.
The phone number (734-397-0999 x1197) listed at the Book and Author luncheon site at http://www.bookandauthor.org/ references the luncheon in May. Also I wanted to ask if sending in my request form prior to September 1 would be OK with the understanding it will not be processed prior to that date. If there is a better way to contact the luncheon organization either by phone or email to ask a question, please advise. Thanks.
I placed DVD Clash of the Titans (2010) on hold thinking this was the recent remake. It turns out this is the original from 1981 which was apparently reissued in 2010. There are 61 holds on this so I am guessing that other people made the same mistake. Is the library planning on ordering the remake of Clash of the Titans? Thank you.
I remember last year you had a bunch of passes for free admission to either selected or all (can't remember) Michigan State Parks. Is that a program you have this year as well?
I currently live in Westland but was raised in Canton, not far from the library. I have not been to the Canton Library in many years. I was wondering if you have any rooms available for individual or two-person study. I have been to the Plymouth Library several times while my son was at Physical Therapy sessions and they have several indiviual rooms that are great for 1-2 people to work on a project and had a sliding door to keep noise down both inside and outside of the room. Do you have anything like that? I have a project I need to work on that I need to spread out but don't like the idea of being out in the open for everyone to peak over my shoulder or worse, for me to be distracted by what is going on in the "outside world".
The Library should have a Cricut for patron use.
All cartridges could be checked out, but the system would stay in the library.
A Gypsy could be used to store all of the cartridges centrally for use with the libraries system.
The copy of list for Park & Read was not available and time was needed to search for the information.
Question: Does the Canton Library accept book donations? If so, how can these be made.
I suggested a book 3 weeks ago, and for a week and 2 days it said it's been in the process of cataloging from the 'teen new books shelf', I was just wondering how long this takes because I would really like to read this book.
First of all, I love CPL (its my second home I guess)
1. Thanks a lot for the new chairs @ study cabin area. They're a great help when you're to study with a computer for many hours.
2. There are a few wonderful people here @ CPL who needs to be appreciated. And its their kindness & help that makes this library the best place in town.
-Mrs. Eileen: All the front desk people are real gems but she's an extremely nice; genuinely humble & sweet person; has helped me & many of my friends at many a times. I respect her a lot for her kindness & help.
-Mr. Bill (the security guy) is indeed a great soul. ALWAYS there to help. He & I both worry about the floor @ the library entrance thats been ripped off (a lil). The other day a girl got her shoe stuck in the gap and almost fell (could have hit her head against the hard floor) -- Please do somethin about that! Thanx.
If you plan on attending the ALA Annual Conference June 24-29, 2010 please be on the lookout for Lethal Friendship, at the Solutions, Inc. #3033. The events took place in Michigan. It is a book endorsed by Casey Gwinn, Founder of the Family Justice Center. Mr. Gwinn writes, "Lethal Friendship is one of the 10 books I keep on my desk to regularly remind me about the lethal nature of family violence”. The Family Justice Center serves as the official provider for the United States Department of Justice, office on Violence Against Women.
is the description of the new "clash of the titans" (2010) dvd cataloged correct. or is it the description of the 2002 clash of the titans dvd. just wondering if you were buying the same dvd again?
I currently have a book checked out which is due June 1, '10. I was able to renew the book online as I have not finished reading it. I would like to know upto HOW MANY TIMES can I renew a book? Thank you for your assistance.
Despite putting up signs near the fireplace, folks do talk on the mobile phone as well as talk loudly. Could you please enforce silence in these zones?
Thanks for your attention.
Thank you for posting Michigan's Unclaimed Property Division on your Web. My family benefitted by it in the amount of $1800! I had never heard of this before and the money will really come in handy!
The Copy Center Area is great for customers.
The staff are helpful and wonderful. It makes life easier and the Canton Library special (envy of others).
Please do not get rid of it. Keep the same, as it is now.