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The Library Bookmobile at a neighborhood stop
Bookmobile back on the road April 21!

Published: April 12, 2021

The Bookmobile back on the road starting April 21! Here are the details.

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Groundbreaking Celebration and Progress Report

Published: March 4, 2021

At its meeting on December 16, the Superior Township Planning Commission approved the final site plan for the new library! Now our design work can be finalized and the construction can go out for bid.

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Final Site Plan Approval

Published: December 17, 2020

At its meeting on December 16, the Superior Township Planning Commission approved the final site plan for the new library! Now our design work can be finalized and the construction can go out for bid.

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AfriCOBRA

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 9: Create your own art!

Freedom Songs

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 10: Write your own Freedom Song!

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Write a Review

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 5: Complete an YpsiWrites writing prompt!

PhotoVoice

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 1: Take a picture using PhotoVoice principles!

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Power of Your Words

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 5: Complete an YpsiWrites writing prompt!

Coloring for Social Justice

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 4: Complete a coloring page!

Civil Rights in Ypsi

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 3: Look through the local lens with three options to explore your community.

Dear Dr. Berger…

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 8: Write a memorial letter to Dr. Berger about your experience of his exhibit.

Protest Signs

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 2: Make your own protest sign.

Weapons of Choice

Engage with the #FATWTS Exhibit! Activity 1: Take and upload a photo that you think promotes or illustrates social justice or the lack of it.

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Site Clearing Progress

Published: November 3, 2020

If you have traveled past the future library site on North Harris, you no doubt have noticed exciting changes: site clearing work is underway! Brush and small trees have been cleared from the construction area. Once a soil erosion permit is secured, temporary fencing will be placed and the land will be prepared for groundbreaking. We anticipate groundbreaking in Spring 2021. Having the site clearing performed in the fall means the construction work can get a quicker start as soon as the weather permits. Over the winter months, we will continue finalizing all of the planning pieces so that construction …

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YDL’s Update on Resuming Services

Published: June 2, 2020

We’re excited to resume operations at YDL, and we appreciate everyone’s patience and perseverance. We plan to gradually phase in our services in a way that keeps our community, patrons, and staff safe. Please read on for more information about what to expect as we re-open responsibly.

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Engaging with YDL in light of the Coronavirus

Published: March 13, 2020

Ypsilanti District Library will close all of its locations beginning at 6 pm today (March 13) with a preliminary plan to reopen on April 14.

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YDL-Whittaker has fully reopened!

Published: February 4, 2019

The Whittaker Road library has reopened! Beezy’s Library Café, the Power of Children exhibit, and the story room will be unavailable until further notice.

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Ruby Bridges in 1960
Power of Children exhibit

The exhibit profiles three children who changed history: Ruby Bridges, Anne Frank, and Ryan White. As the faces of some of the most intense struggles of the twentieth century, their lives and stories continue to teach and inspire us.

Exhibits

Rotating exhibitions are often on display at YDL-Whittaker and YDL-Michigan

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It’s Banned Books Week!

Published: September 23, 2018

Celebrate your freedom to read with an interactive exhibit showcasing banned and challenged books.

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