The library's elevator is out of service as it undergoes extensive renovation.
Please see staff for help accessing materials on the lower level.
Holds can be picked up at the Circulation Desk or via Curbside Pickup, book online or call 248.349.3020
This Week’s Events
Monday, June 20 at 11 AM
Why Hitler Failed to Get the Atomic Bomb: A Talk With Author Robert Burnham
Monday, June 20 at 7 PM
ESL Conversation Group - online meeting
Tuesday, June 21 at 10:30 AM
Teen DIY Sea Monster Plant Friends
Tuesday, June 21 at 5 PM
Youth Magical Morning Magic Show
Wednesday, June 22 at 11 AM
Little Ocean Explorers Storytime
Friday, June 24 at 10:30 AM
History of the Heidelberg Project
The Heidelberg Project is an outdoor art environment that was developed by artist Tyree Guyton on Heidelberg Street, on Detroit’s east side. Guyton started the project as a response to the deterioration of his own neighborhood, as well as many other Detroit neighborhoods after many years of decline. Through the project, Guyton hoped to raise awareness of the decay of inner-city neighborhoods and the effects of urban sprawl.
Amazing Oceans with Mad Science
Dive into the science of sea life and learn about the many amazing creatures that call the ocean their home.
All programs require a FREE TICKET available in the Youth Department, 15 minutes prior to the event. Expect a waiting line for tickets. Please understand shows may “sell out”.
Programs will be held in the park behind the Library, unless there is inclement weather, in which case we will move to the Carlo Room in the Library.
Summer Reading for All Ages
June 10 - August 6
Track your reading to participate in our annual Summer Reading program!
Youth, Teen and Adult logs are available on our website, at the Library, or download the READsquared app from your device's app store and log your reading.
Finish your Summer Reading challenge by turning in your reading log to the Information Desk by Saturday, August 6 in order to receive a prize.
Summer Reading is generously sponsored by the Friends of NDL.