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

Join us via Zoom as Eric Migdal, a family researcher with 26 years of experience will detail how DNA testing can be used and explain the differences between the types of DNA testing available. Please register in advance.

High school students: Need service hours? You can make cat and dog blankets and toys for two local animal rescue groups – the Macomb County Animal Shelter and the Michigan Humane – at the library and get credit for volunteering for those organizations. This event is for teens ages 14 to 18. Registration is required and participants must have a valid Roseville library card to register for this program.

We are going to turn your trash into treasure! We will be having an open crafting day for all ages to give your old containers a second life. You may bring any item you wish to decorate with you, or use the Library-provided containers and decoration materials. Make whatever you like or follow provided steps to make the sample crafts. Drop in anytime between 10am and 3pm to work on your craft. The program will take place in the Youth Programmin...

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A New Library Computer System is Coming

News on Placing Holds

The Suburban Library Cooperative has signed a contract with a new company, Polaris, to provide circulation and online catalog services to eighteen libraries in the cooperative, including the Roseville Public Library. The new Polaris catalog available for use later in the autumn will offer a more user-friendly and attractive interface with added features.

To transition to the new library computer system, placing holds through the local libraries or MeLCat will not be available for a period of time in early autumn.

We will have more information as the time gets closer and will post information on social media, the Roseville Library website, on signage and in the online newsletter.

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Pandemic Response Level

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.

Per the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services mask order of February 16, 2022 and on current conditions, MDHHS is expiring the Public Health Advisory on Masking in many Indoor Public Settings

Since social distancing is still important, librarians may choose to assist patrons remotely from the public service desk who need computer assistance and in-person programs may have reduced capacity.

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


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May to August 2022 Newsletter

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