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Ecorse Historical Society

 

The Ecorse Historical Society meets monthly at the:

Albert B. Buday Civic Center

3869 W. Jefferson Ave., 2nd Fl., Conference Rm. B

Ecorse, MI  48229

Meetings are held on the 3rd Saturday of the month from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm.

 

 

 

Upcoming meetings are scheduled for:

Saturday, February 16, 2019

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Saturday, June 15, 2019

Call us: (313) 386-2520 Ext. 4

Visit our website at: https://www.ecorsehistorical.org

Visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ecorsehistoricalsociety/

Please check the Ecorse Community Events Calendar for upcoming EHS events.

https://localendar.com/elsie?JSP=PrintableCalendar&context=None

 

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Ecorse Public Library Commission

 

Meetings are held at:

Ecorse Public Library

4184 W. Jefferson Ave.

Ecorse, MI  48229

Public is welcome to attend.  Please consider becoming a Friend of the Ecorse Public Library by donating your time, financial,

or in-kind support. Any and all contributions are greatly appreciated.

Meeting Dates:

The Commission meets the 3rd Monday of each month.  The meetings are held in the library common space from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm.  Please mark your calendars!  The EPL Commission will meet on the following dates:

February 18, 2019

March 18, 2019

April 15, 2019

May 20, 2019

June 17, 2019

July 15, 2019

August 19, 2019

September 16, 2019

October 21, 2019

November 18, 2019

December – No meeting

 

 

 

All meetings are held at the EPL and are open to the public. Please consider volunteering for programs/events at the EPL!

 

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2019 Friends of the EPL Membership Drive is ON!

 

 

Envision the New EPL! – The Membership Drive Is On!
Become a friend TODAY! – Help us reach our goal!

The Friends of Ecorse Public Library kicks off their 2019 “Envision the New EPL Membership Drive” on February 1 – October 31, 2019 in conjunction with National Friends the Library Week and beyond!  Put us on your Christmas List!  To reach our goal of 50 new members, the Friends will be asking the community to show some library love.
Ecorse residents are known for enthusiastically supporting their community. This membership drive is a great opportunity for community members to go one step further and either become a member for the first time or renew a membership that was forgotten in the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
An annual Friends membership is a great value considering the perks members receive in return. The Friends use those membership dollars to support the library by funding the purchase of books, media, and supplies and by sponsoring popular library programs, including youth and adult reading challenges and other events.

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Survey: Children’s Programs

 

Programs for school-aged kids. Click the pic to visit the website.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Library time is active, not passive.

 

Maybe in your mind the library is an eerily quiet place with lots of shushing. But today’s youngest library patrons engage — with books and magazines, with librarians, and with other kids. Most libraries offer regular children’s programs that make stories come to life. (Think puppets, costumes, and animated storytellers.) And often this magic happens in cozy corners where kids flop down on big pillows and bean-bag chairs.

 

Click the pic and take a look at some of the engaging  children’s programs that are current taking place in libraries across the country.    Currently, the EPL has several children’s programs that’s endanger of falling by the wayside due to a lack of participation.  The community in partnership with the EPL must correct this.  How?  Do your part to be informed through EPL, this website and school!  Perhaps new programs would help, but in order to do this we need children and parents to participate!  Take a look at the ALSC Programs and make suggestions for new program ideas, then volunteer!  We’re anxious to hear what you think!  Please respond by submitting your thoughts and ideas via our “Contact Us” page or call us at (313) 389-2030 or visit us at: 4184 W. Jefferson Ave., Ecorse, MI 48229.

 

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The Detroit Zoo – Discount Tickets & More

 

 

Click the pic & discover how to get discount tickets & more. Explore the amazing world waiting for you at the Detroit Zoo!

 

 

 

Welcome to The Library Network members!

You can purchase and print Detroit Zoo tickets and more at the best value available anywhere in minutes. We look forward to seeing you soon at the Zoo!
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PODCAST – Serving LGBTQ Community

 
Serving All Families in a Queer and Genderqueer Way
by Kathleen Hughes on July 24, 2017

 

In this episode we discuss providing the best library service for your LGBTQ community with our guest Joel A. Nichols. Joel is the author of the winner in this year’s “Public Libraries” magazine feature article contest, for the article “Serving All Families in a Queer and Genderqueer Way.” He is an administrator for data strategy and evaluation in the Strategic Initiatives Department at the Free Library of Philadelphia, where he previously worked as a children’s librarian and branch manager and the author of “Teaching Internet Basics – The Can-Do Guide” and “I-Pads in the Library” both published by Libraries Unlimited.

 

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