July/August 2015 Newsletter

From Reading Room to Public Library: A 150 Year Journey

Here Lynne Loftis and Diana Agy share the latest in a series of richly detailed and thoroughly researched pieces covering Jackson District Library’s 150 years of history. Find ways to explore the state’s destinations at reduced cost via the library, with the Michigan Activity Pass. And more summer fun is on the way, as we highlight several databases that can help you see what Detroit looked like in 1835, or appraise antique furniture. Let’s get this summer started!




May/June 2015 Newsletter

Summer Reading is Here

The Jackson District Library’s 2015 Summer Reading Program is headed your way, filled with programs, parties, and special events.
We’re starting things off with the 2015 Summer Reading Kickoff on Saturday, June 13, at our Meijer Branch.





March/April 2015 Newsletter

March is a great time to grab your favorite book and dive right into reading!

To kick things off, join us at the fun-filled Where’s Waldo Carnival, or one of the many March is National Reading Month activities we have planned throughout the district.

Not only is March a great month to get into reading, it is also a great time to seek out fun events to enjoy with family or friends!


January/February 2015 Newsletter

The newsletter has arrived!

The new strategic plan has shaped up and is presented in this edition of Chapters. Excellent programming on the effects of climate change, tackling barriers to student success, and Brad West ponders just how overrated bacon is.

We also look ahead to the newest offering to JDL patrons. Streaming digital magazines are on the horizon!

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