March 25, 2017 | MegIntern
Having car troubles after another Michigan winter? Check out some of the Canton Public Library's resources as you search for another vehicle or attempt to fix the one you've got. We have Consumer Reports for you to browse. Pick up a physical copy at the Reference Desk or check out their articles here. Another helpful resource for repair is the Chilton Library, which contains repair manuals from the last 30 years. Happy driving!
November 28, 2016 | strande
If you missed our Cars and Trucks Storytime this week, don't worry. Here are some of the stories and songs from this week's storytime, plus some suggestions to get your own storytime on the move.
Can you make as much noise as a book full of traffic? Lots of opportunities for audience participation here, but ends quietly.
January 29, 2016 | strande
Check out a variety of musical stylings to play in the car. Warning: musical taste will vary, and not all albums are suitable for listening on repeat until a child finally tires of them.
This CD, designed to entertain babies in the car, contains a selection of classical music with catchy, yet complex musical patterns, without startling loud bursts or over-stimulating sounds.
Two of the foremost makers of handmade, independent, and family friendly music join forces for a collaborative album. Among the tracks is a new version of the classic song Turn Turn Turn written specifically for children by Toshi Seeger.
December 16, 2014 | madame librarian
Looking for family activities during the holiday break? Library patrons can use their library card online to print a pass allowing them complimentary or reduced cost access to arts and cultural organizations across the state. Canton Public Library card holders may login to print a pass at the MAP website.
August 5, 2013 | fawcettl
You can influence the Michigan Department of Transportation planning process that identifies and funds surface transportation projects across the state. The STIP lists projects MDOT is committed to over the next four years using federal funding. These projects includes both urban and non-metropolitan roads, bridges and public transit. Now is the the time to review these plans and tell MDOT what you think. View the projects online or request a printed copy by calling 517-373-9534. Deadline for public comments is September 4, 2013.
January 6, 2013 | madame librarian