Summer Hours: (Memorial Day through Labor Day) Monday-Thursday: 9 A.M. – 8 P.M. Friday: 9 A.M. – 5 P.M. Saturday-Sunday: CLOSED

Learn how to protect your loved ones and property. Attorney Nick Daniels will discuss wills, trusts, and protecting your minor children. He will also explain the probate process and estate taxes. This program will be held in Erin Auditorium. Registration is required and opens July 15th.

August is the perfect time for harvesting and cooking with tomatoes and fresh herbs. This Demonstration will include 2 recipes using tomatoes and fresh herbs as well as a discussion on preserving your harvest for the winter. Attendees will be able to take home delicious samples of Mary’s recipes. Participants must have a valid Roseville library card in good standing in their name to register for this program.

Join us for a lively discussion of Mary Doria Russell’s novel “The Women of Copper Country”. This title has been chosen as the Great Michigan Read for 2021-2022 so it’s the perfect time to check it out! But you are welcome to join us even if you haven’t read it. This meeting will be held in-person at the Library. You can also attend virtually on Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/99786070144

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Roseville Public Library
Pandemic Response Level
Effective June 22, 2021


By entering, you acknowledge you are not experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms. If you are, do not enter.  You may call the library and request curbside service for some transactions.
 

On June 22, 2021, the gatherings and face mask orders for the public has been rescinded by the Governor. Library employees will begin work on putting the physical library back to pre-COVID conditions immediately and complete the process by June 28. At this time, MIOSHA emergency orders for employees remain in place.

Expect to see the following changes in the library, some immediately and some over the course of a week:

  • There will be no emergency gathering limits on either indoor or outdoor library programs.
  • Members of the public do not have to wear facemasks.
  • Members of the public do not have to social distance 6 feet from others.
  • The study rooms will open for use.
  • The toys and games will return to the Youth Area.
  • Both public photocopiers will be available.
  • All seating will be available.
  • All public computers will be updated and returned to the public area.
  • The librarians will still provide some computer assistance remotely.
  • All children’s tablets and AWE computers will be available.
  • There will be no time limits for library use beyond the open hours.

Expect the following services to remain:

  • The cleaning company will continue to thoroughly clean and sanitize the library each evening.
  • Curbside service will be available for the foreseeable future.
  • Some library programs services will be offered virtually throughout the summer.

If you have questions or concerns, please call the library at (586) 445 – 5407

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May to August 2021 Newsletter