The Ecorse Community Events Committee welcomes all to participate in the planning of community events! Our goal is to provide great family venues, not only for our citizens, for the general public and make Ecorse a destination! Our meetings are open to the general public. We welcome new ideas, volunteers and financial/in-kind support.
Our meetings are held at:
Albert B. Buday Civic Center
3869 W. Jefferson Ave., 2nd Fl. Conference Rm. B
Ecorse, MI 48229
Our meeting dates for 2020 is as follows:
The 3rd Thursday of the month for 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
January (no meeting)
November (no meeting)
December – (no meeting)
Please consider volunteering, sponsoring and/or donating to ECEC. Your donations help support community events and are greatly appreciated!
Libby got some work done recently, and we’re excited to announce a few of the changes that have arrived in the latest release of our award-winning digital reading app, as well as the upgrades still to come. In this post, we’ll breakdown what new features you’ll find in the latest Libby update (now available in the App Store and Google Play) and what’s planned for the near future.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
A major update in this release is that Libby is now compatible with Apple CarPlay and has improved support for Android Auto. This makes listening to audiobooks while driving easier and safer than ever. Apple CarPlay is supported by every major automobile manufacturer, and now Libby can be your travel companion on road trips or help you combat those daily bouts of rush hour traffic.
The 12th season of the Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) program kicked off May 24, 2019 and runs through May 29, 2020. With 440+ participating destinations MAP truly offers something for everyone. Get out and enjoy all that Michigan has to offer but be sure to print your MAP pass first!
You can “check out” one pass every seven days with your library card.
Prior to selecting and printing your pass, call ahead or check the destination’s web site to verify that their hours of operation work with your schedule.
Once you print out a MAP pass, you have seven days to use it.
If you print your MAP pass on a library printer, be sure to ask about any printing fees that may be charged.
Only passes printed from the MAP website can be redeemed at MAP destinations. No photocopies are accepted.
If you have additional questions you may contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Public is welcome and encouraged 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.
The Commission meets the 3rd Monday of each month, except holidays. The meetings are held in the library common space from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm. Please mark your calendars! The EPL Commission meetings will be held on the following dates:
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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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 2020 “Envision the New EPL Membership Drive” on February 1 – December 31, 2020 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.