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Upcoming Programs and Events

Supervision of Children Policy

The library is a public place, and as such, cannot be responsible for unattended children. For their safety and protection:
Children under the age of seven must be accompanied and adequately supervised by an adult throughout the building. Children 7-11 years of age must have an adult in the building.


Build a Zipline with Ms. Kelly via Facebook Live on Wednesday, November 11th at 5 pm! This activity will be done using everyday materials.

You can also pick up a kit of suggested materials to build your zipline at the library.You must register to pick up a kit. You can register by calling 586-725-0273.


In conjunction with the American Society of Civil Engineers this inspirational program will offer people a free film screening of the award-winning documentary Dream Big: Engineering Our World on November 10, 14, 17, and 24.
In addition to the film, ASCE is organizing several virtual panels in November where patrons can join live conversations with our Dream Teams of young, diverse engineers.


Kids can participate in Election 2020 by voting for their favorite book characters at the library! They can also vote "absentee" here.

Make a toilet paper roll turkey with Ms. Kelly via Facebook Live! This event will be held on November 25th at 11 am. Registration is required and can be done by calling 586-725-0273. Materials to participate may be picked up at the library the week before the event.

Thanks in part to the Friends of MacDonald Public Library we are introducing a new service called "Dial-A-Story". You can call 586-210-9933 to listen to the fairy tale of your choice.


Our library is currently providing virtual storytimes for toddlers and preschoolers through Facebook Live! Keep an eye on our library Facebook for our fall storytime schedule.

For more storytime songs and activities check out Miss Kelly's Storytime Blog:

To log books for our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Program or receive personalized book recommendations for your child head over to Beanstack