EPL is a member of The Library Network (TLN)!
The Library Network is a public library cooperative serving 75 libraries in southeast Michigan. Our mission is to provide and facilitate quality services developed through collaboration of our member libraries. We are funded by the state and by our member libraries.
What We Offer
What’s available at the Ecorse Public Library? Books, of course! Books for all ages, from preschoolers to adults. There are picture books, novels, paperback books, factual or nonfiction books on almost any topic, reference books and atlases, large print books, and even talking books for the blind and physically handicapped. There’s 65,000 books available for your reading needs!
The Ecorse Public Library has over 200 magazine and journal titles, and subscriptions to nine newspapers. Need an article on a specific topic? Using the online magazine indexes helps to speed up the search, and many of the full text articles can be printed as you search.
Videos, Books on Tape and CD, Music CDs
Tired of reruns on television? Try one of the DVDs or videos available at the Ecorse Public Library. We have more than 1000. Listen to a book on CD or tape while driving to and from work, exercising, or even while working around the house. The library has over 2000 to choose. There are also books on tape and CD for children, many accompanied by actual books for the little ones to read along as they listen. Books on tape or CD are also a great idea for entertaining children on long car trips. The library has a selection of books on tape or CD for young adults as well. Rather listen to music while on the road? The Ecorse Public Library has a variety of music CDs from classical to opera to big band to rock and roll. There are more than 500 adult music CDs. You will also find a collection of kids music CDs at the library.
Access to the Internet is available at the Ecorse Public Library. Inquire at the Reference Desk for details on using the Internet or about registering for the free Internet classes.
Come visit us soon and don’t forget to get your library card! In the meantime watch this…