- The Library Opens for Walk-In Service September 8th - The Escanaba Public Library, which reopened on June 8th with drive-up service and use by appointment, is welcoming the general public back with in-library visits beginning Tuesday, September 8th with limited hours. Guidelines and precautions, which meet or exceed health department guidelines, … Continue reading
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BE INFORMED–Link to one of the candidate forums listed below from the Delta County League of Women Voters!
Candidates for Escanaba School board participated in a recent League of Women Voters of Delta County virtual candidate forum. Link here for access to the recording of this event
Candidates for the 108th Michigan House District participate in a forum sponsored by the LWV of Delta County and AAUW. Link here for access to the recording of this event
Candidate forum for Delta County Commissioner Districts 4 and 5. District 4 Candidates Rebecca McIntrye and Dave Moyle, District 5 Candidates Robert (Bob)Barron, Robert (Bob) Peterson, Dave Rivard respond to questions from the community. Link here for access to the recording of this event.
Make sure you can vote!
Voting is one of the greatest privileges and responsibilities of citizenship in the United States. This year presents unique challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For Michigan voter information, check out the links below–
Michigan Voter Information Center, Department of State
League of Women Voters https://www.vote411.org/
League of Women Voters COVID State Election Alerts
Michigan: How to Make Sure Your Vote Counts in the 2020 Election. What you need to know, including key deadlines, registration details, and how to vote by mail.
Looking for online resources to help your child or teen be successful in school? The Michigan Electronic Library (MeL) has great online eResources for K-12 students .
Explore options for kids like Pebble Go, World Book for Kids, Novelist K-8 Plus, Explora for Elementary Schools and more.
Teens will find help with computers, math, science and social study skills as well as opposing viewpoints and Britannica School. These and many more are available. Follow the link to MeL for Kids and Teens and discover all the great resources Mel has to offer your students.
We are still offering online registration for those in our community who want to use the library’s digital collections, but don’t currently have a card. You can access ebooks, audiobooks and streaming video. You can also access our kids programs online including Bookflix and Tumblebooks. Learn a new language with Mango or browse our online magazines and video streaming service through RBDigital.
Please follow the link below for instructions:
If you are looking for online reading options for children–Click on a graphic below to link to one of these programs!
For more information contact the library at 906-789-7323 or firstname.lastname@example.org