April is poetry month!
Flex your poetry muscles:
Contribute to our Poe-Tree in the library!
Also this month
In-person Storytime is back! Wednesdays & Thursdays. Please note: Spots are limited, and registration is required. Click to sign up!
Library Easter Egg hunt! We've hidden Easter eggs in our library. Can you find them all?
T-Shirt Design Contest! Ever dreamed of wearing your very own masterpiece? Create your dream design and enter it for a chance to win a t-shirt printed with it.
Lots of great activities! STEM mystery challenges and Earth Day science kits are available at the library. Also this month: Book clubs. An Earth Day Green-Up challenge. Monthly quilt block. And more!
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Upcoming Events at the CTPL
Quilt Block of the Month: Sister's Choice
Make these cute and funny bookmarks!
CTPL's Phased Service Plan
CTPL's Current Status
The Clinton Township Public Library is currently open. Patrons may enter the building to browse and select books as well as use our computers for the purpose of applying for food assistance, unemployment, and health care coverage, etc.
Please note: masks and social distancing are required per the Nov. 15th Michigan Department of Health and Human Service's orders.
Library Board Meeting (April 19 at 7pm)
The library board meeting will be held in person at Tate Park. In the event of rain, the library board meeting will be held via Zoom.
Purpose: Review March 2021 minutes, financial activity, programming, and library statistics.
Clinton Township Public Library is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Dial by your location
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Meeting ID: 944 8989 1842
Members of the public who wish to submit a question or concern or need to request special accommodations in advance of the meeting may do so via email. Send by April 12 to email@example.com. Include “Board Meeting” in the subject line please.