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2019 Children's Summer Reading Survey
Did your child participate in 2019 summer reading? Your experience matters. Please answer a brief survey about the program.

A Universe of Stories Summer Reading Program June 17 - August 17
Our annual Summer Reading Program starts Monday June 17 and goes through Saturday August 17.  This year's theme is Space: A Universe of Stories. Participation is easy!  For children ages 0 -12, just read your age in hours (ages 0 -4 read a minimum of four hours) to qualify for some really cool prizes!  Teens 13 - 18, read anything you like and when you finish, fill out an entry form to get a chance to win prizes.  Adults - read anything you like and fill out an entry form. The more you read, the greater your chance of winning! For more information, please contact your nearest branch. 
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Meet Up and Eat Up Returns to Port Huron Library June 17 - August 23
The Port Huron/Main Library branch is pleased to announce its participation in the Summer Food Service Program for 2019. Free Lunch will be made available to children 18 years of age and under or person(s) up to the age of 26 which are enrolled in an educational program for the mentally or physically disabled that is recognized by a State or Local Public Educational Agency. The meals will be provided without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. 
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Read Down Your Fines Returns June 17!
30 minutes = $1.  It's that simple.
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Stop in and cool off!
As the warm months approach, and you are in need of a cool place, please remember that all branches of the St. Clair County Library System provide a safe, cool,  and welcoming environment for anyone during business hours.  Stop in, relax, and cool off while enjoying a good book!

Temple Grandin Lecture Video Now Available!
Dr. Temple Grandin spoke at the East China Performing Arts Center as part of our 100 Year Anniversary Speaker Series of the St. Clair County Library System.  Ticket demand was incredible and we wish we could have fulfilled all of the hundreds of requests.  
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One card - 11 Locations
We are not just one library - we are one library system with 11 locations throughout St. Clair County to better serve you. You are only minutes away from great library service wherever you are. And it is all FREE with just one card!

Upcoming Events
Michigan's Most Dangerous Women
Take a peek behind the walls of the old Detroit House of Corrections and meet some of the most dangerous women in Michigan's history! True crime author Tobin Buhk will be here to introduce us to these morbidly intriguing characters and their murderous deeds. A book sale and signing will follow the presentation.
Where:   Main Library, Gilbert-Wilcox Meeting Room
When:   Monday, August 19, 2019
Can You Dig It?
Grow a pizza garden - It's time to harvest the garden! Join us for a Harvest Pizza Party! All ages welcome. Sponsored by the Master Gardeners of St. Clair County.
Where:   Main Library, Gilbert-Wilcox Meeting Room
When:   Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Grow a Pizza Garden
Children of all ages are invited to learn from a master gardener how to plant, tend, and enjoy the bounty of a summer garden. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
Where:   Marysville
When:   Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Off the Beaten Path with Michael Artman
Coastal Carolina: North Carolina's Outer Banks - discover the beauty of the Outer Banks from Cape Hatteras National Seashore to historic Roanoke Island, featuring the beautiful Elizabethan Gardens, Blackbeard's hideout at Ocracoke, and culminating with the Wright Brothers' fascinating association with the Outer Banks. Registration requested.
Where:   G. Lynn Campbell
When:   Thursday, August 22, 2019
Everyone Has A Story: "From 17 to 71 as a Type 1 Diabetic"
Join us as we welcome Barb Hensley, who was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes at age 17 and was told she would not live past the age of 40. Today she turns 71, and she would like to share her story of how diabetes changed her life. Registration requested.
Where:   Algonac-Clay
When:   Thursday, August 22, 2019
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