Tuesday, October 24th at 4:00 p.m. kids can create their own Halloween costume using cardboard, recycled supplies, and found objects. Bring your own supplies or use the ones provided. Let your creativity run wild. Grades K-5.
CHICAGO – The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) has announced the official titles of the 2017 Teens’ Top Ten. Teens all over the world voted August 15 through Teen Read Week™ (October 8-14, 2017). The official 2017 Teens’ Top Ten titles are as follows:
A: You may request an item for purchase by the library. Ask for a pink suggestion card at the circulation desk. The proper committee will then consider purchasing the item. Another option is to place an inter library loan request through MeL.org. Select our library and enter your last name and full Lincoln Township Public Library barcode number. This is a great way to access materials through other Michigan libraries.
Q: How do I get a library card?
A: It’s simple! All residents or property/business owners of Lincoln Charter Township, Baroda Township, Royalton Township, and the villages of Baroda and Stevensville are eligible for a patron borrowing card. Just stop by our front desk with your valid driver’s license or identification such as a tax bill, rent receipt, or similar item that indicates your current home address, which we use to verify that you live in our service district. If you have a library card with either the St. Joseph Public Library, the Berrien Springs Community Library, or the Bridgman Public Library, you may use your card here once you register with us. We will need your full-sized library card from your home library and a valid photo ID with your current address.