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  1. COVID-19 Information and Resources

    Adrian District Library compiled a list of resources and information regarding COVID-19. The data is ever changing, however, so please contact us and offer suggestions on what to include here. Read on...
  2. Library Closed until at least April 14

    Due to public health and safety concerns and in an effort to slow the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the library will be closed to the public from Monday, March 16 until Tuesday, April 14. Read on...
  3. Summer Volunteen Program

    Applications are now available for Summer Volunteen program. Open to students who will be in grades 7 – 12 next fall. Program runs from June 8 – August 8, 2020. Read on...
  4. Restroom Renovations

    The Adrian District Library began restroom renovations on Wednesday, March 4. Renovations are expected to last multiple weeks. Renovations will begin on the main floor and continue to the lower level and Youth Services Department. Read on...
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  1. Wed Apr. 8

    Storytime Live You can't come to us, so we'll bring storytime to you through the end of April. Join Miss Cathy for a Live Storytime on the library's Facebook page. The Facebook Live video will be available for a limited time for viewing at your convenience.
  2. Wed Apr. 8

    Census Party The Census determines where federal funding for things like libraries and schools should go by counting how many people live in a household. Help get an accurate count by attending our Census Party! We will have computers available for filling out the Census, light refreshments, and an opportunity to play with our virtual reality goggles. Extra computers will be available throughout March and April, but snacks will only be served during this event.
  3. Wed Apr. 8

    When Amelia Came to Michigan “When Amelia Came to Michigan” is the real life story of Amelia Earhart’s adventures in Michigan. She was here more than 25 times promoting the aviation industry and opportunities for women in this field. The lecture and visual presentation begins with her childhood at the turn of the century, her family life and education, early flying experiences, the world records and her 8 years of adventures in Michigan. Amelia’s first visit to Michigan was in 1928, after her first transatlantic flight. ...
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Library Spotlights

  1. Statue of a child with toys

    Youth Programs


    Access information about the programs put on yearly for youth at the Adrian District Library...

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  1. Children's Section

    Family Read Aloud


    There are few activities more rewarding than reading aloud to your children...

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  1. Adrian District Library - Adrian, Michigan

    Library Overview


    The Adrian District Library serves as a community hub to enhance personal enrichment and promote literacy and lifelong learning...

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