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  1. COVID-19 Home Test Kits & KN95 Masks

    COVID-19 home test kits and KN95 masks are available at the Main Desk for anyone in need of them. No library card necessary.
  2. Summer Reading Challenge 2022

    Oceans of Possibilities is the theme for the 2022 Summer Reading Challenge. Online registration with Beanstack begins June 1. In person registration and logging begin June 6. Read on...
  3. Free Virtual Michigan History Lectures

    Another benefit of having an ADL card! Read on...
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  1. Mon May 30

    Library Closed In honor of Memorial Day the library will be closed on Monday, May 30. The library will reopen with its regular hours Tuesday, May 31.
  2. Tue May 31

    Volunteen Orientation Join us for the official Summer Volunteen orientation! Teens must have submitted their application by May 21st to attend.
  3. Wed Jun. 1

    Computer Crash Course Learn how to identify desktop components, to apply monitor and desktop settings, to practice using a mouse and keyboard and to explore built-in applications such as calculator and WordPad. Learn to create folders and files. Learn to save them to alternate storage devices. Recognize the difference between save and save as, and cutting, copying, pasting, deleting, restoring, and searching for files. This class will be led by Chelsea Baxter from Michigan Works! South East. Registration is limited t...
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Library Spotlights

  1. Daily Telegram NewsBankExplore Adrian history through local news, events, and people with The Daily Telegram Collection. Search issues from 1893 to the present day with full-color newspaper pages, full-text articles and content only published online. Click here to login with your library card.

  1. Image of Hispanic Life in America logoHispanic Life in America- From the earliest days of the colonial era through modern times, people of Spanish-speaking heritage have shaped the geography, arts, culture, and civil discourse of the United States in immeasurable ways. This primary source collection offers an expansive window into centuries of Hispanic American history, culture, and daily life.

  1. Weiss Ratings
    Weiss Financial Ratings has been providing independent, unbiased, and accurate ratings of investment and financial strength for 50 years. In addition, Weiss provides financial literacy tools and personal finance resources to help people make the most informed decisions about their personal finances.