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Newspaper front pages from around the world.
The Main Street Collection contains resources on historic building restoration and preservation.
Friends of the Calumet Public Library
Second Tuesday of every Month @ 5:30 p.m. in the Library
Library Advisory Board
May 20 @ 4:00 p.m.
UPCOMING EVENTS SPONSORED BY THE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
Every Thursday (Except on Holidays & Snow Days)
Storytime with "Mr. Storytime" begins Thursday, September 26th at 10:15 a.m.
Friends of the Library Sponsored Programs
April 16th -- Third Wednesday of the Month -- 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.
Big Game Night
Wednesday, April 9th
"Discovering Copper Country History through the 1904-1908 Calumet Diaries of James Trelore Buckett", presented by Barbara Leary.
Tuesday, April 15th
CLK Schools Spring Arts Fair "Celebration of Art" -- 5-7 PM
Wednesday, April 23rd
"Ambrose Bierce: Journalist, Misanthrope, and Author of Great Civil War and Horror Stories", presented by Jack Jobst, PhD.
Wednesday, April 30th
The Beginning to the End of Your Knitted Project, presentation by Nancy Fisher of Yarns and Threads.
Wednesday, May 7th
"Life in East Germany and the Fall of the Berlin Wall", presented by Thomas Werner, PhD.
Wednesday, May 28th
Images of America: Keweenaw County, book launch with author Jennifer Billock.
Wednesday, June 4th
"Geoheritage of the Calumet Area", presented by Bill Rose, PhD.
Saturday, June 28th
Used Book Sale to benefit the Friends of the Library (details to follow).
Zinio - Online Magazines
Free to Public Library Patrons. Go the LIBRARY CATALOG then click on Zinio - create an account and enjoy. Zinio apps are available for most mobile devices.