Celebrate National Library Week
Today's libraries are driven by the needs of the community. Whether you are looking for eBooks, Homework Help for your kids, or online practice tests, the Library has the resources to meet your needs. Register for our class The Beginner's Guide to the Cloud, on Wednesday, April 16 at 7 p.m,. to get an overview about Cloud Storage, how to drop your digital photos and documents into the Cloud, and how you can get to your digital stuff from your phone, tablet or any computer. Lives Change @ Your Library. Celebrate National Library Week April 13 - 19.
Let’s Go Green
Wednesday, April 30 @ 7 pm
The more we know about our environment, the more we can help. Learn about alternative energy, fracking, rain barrels, hybrid cars and more, presented by Gerald Hasspacher of The Southeast Michigan Group of the Sierra Club. Celebrate Earth Day! Please call to register.
Walter Chrysler: His Company & His Life
Wednesday, May 14 at 7 pm
Russell Dore, automotive history writer, presents a fascinating look at this self-made man who built one of the Big Three auto companies. Hear about his early life in the locomotive business, his success at GM, and the creation of the Chrysler Corporation. Please call to register.
New Library Catalog
We are changing over to a new library catalog on Monday, April 21. Our goal is to make it easier for you to access our collections from your mobile device, while still allowing easy searching from your home computer or in the Library. All the same seach capabilities from the previous catalog are there, along with some additions to help you narrow your searches and get the results you want fast. Try it now. Ask any librarian for help!
April is National Poetry Month
April is National Poetry Month. Check out this website by the Academy of American Poets to find 30 ways to celebrate National Poetry Month, Poem-A-Day and more! Stop by our browsing display and pick up a book of poems to share at home.
Friends Book & Author Luncheon
Thursday, May 8 @ 11:30 a.m.
Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center in Plymouth
The 28th annual Book & Author Luncheon, sponsored by the Friends of Northville, Novi, Canton and Plymouth libraries, features Mardi Jo Link, memoirist, essayist and Michigan true crime author of Bootstrapper: From Broke to Badass on a Northern Michigan Farm, Isadore's Secret and When Evil Came to Good Hart. Reservations are $25 each. Reservation forms will be available on our website or in the library, beginning March 24. Click here for the Reservation Form.
Michigan Activity Pass (MAP)
The Michigan Activity Pass program will have new cultural attractions beginning May 24. Look for information to come about the 70+ participating cultural institutions. Library users with a valid Northville library card can print a pass for either reduced admission, discounts in their gift shop or other exclusive offers.