Hey everyone! Summer Reading has begun and we know people are looking for good ideas for books! Check out our new Reader's Advisory blog, from the Youth Services Team here at CIDL!
Here, not only will you find booklists for several different age groups (built around our theme of Superheroes for the summer!) but we want you to participate too! Click on the blog tab at the top of the page and share some of your own suggestions for good reading this summer! We'd love to read some reviews of good books from our older Clarkston Kids, and maybe even see some art from our younger readers in the area!
Keep an eye out for our blog, since hopefully you can get some other suggestions from the Clarkston Community, and because we intend to update the site regularly with new material!
ADULTS CAN PARTICIPATE IN SUMMER READING BY PLAYING BOOK BINGO
June 15th thru August 3rd
Click Here to Download Bingo Sheet or stop by the library
Participants can enter a drawing to win prizes and everyone who completes a bingo sheet gets a free book.
Only one entry per person.
JULY SUMMER PROGRAMS
WELLNESS ENHANCEMENT ESSENTIAL OILS HEALING HERBS
Tuesday, July 14 at 7 pm Saturday, July 18 at 11 am Tuesday, July 21 at 7 pm
Janet Tait from Wellness Enhancement Experience and learn about the Jim McDonald will present on
presents on healing touch and how therapeutic benefits of nature's how herbs can be used for healing
to do some techniques yourself. 100 % pure essential oils. and better health.
Best of all, access is free for Clarkston Independence District Library cardholders.
We are now offering free access to Zinio, a digital newsstand available through the library. Zinio allows you to download popular magazines to your computer, tablet or mobile device!
Learn a new language through your library! We are now offering Mango Languages, an online language learning system teaching practical conversation skills for a variety of popular languages.
Lynda's online videos and tutorial training can help you pick up brand-new skills, switch careers, land promotions, and explore new hobbies.
The library received an extraordinary gift! Ron & Elizabeth Wagner donated a bronze statue of children playing around a tree. This piece reminds us of the wonderful story of The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. We're so excited to have it! Please stop by to take a look!!
The Michigan Activity Pass is now an online program. Find out what discoveries await you by visiting the Michigan Activity Pass. Pass availability, checkout and printing can all be executed there. The Museum Adventure Pass offers were generously provided by the participating organizations and may vary by organization. Passes are for one-time use and are not transferable. The pass will be collected when you visit. Special exhibits may not be covered, and other exclusions may apply.