District News

Register today for the 3rd Annual Adult Spelling Bee!

Register today for the 3rd Annual Adult Spelling Bee!

Don't you just LOVE Spelling Bees? Remember the anticipation, the adrenaline, and the exhilaration? Join us for our Third Annual Adult Spelling Bee on Sunday, May 6 at ...
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April 16: Interlochen Public Library is closed

Due to weather and road conditions, the Interlochen Public Library is closed for Monday, April 16. The IPL Board of Trustees meeting is also cancelled ...
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April 14: East Bay & Kingsley Branches, Interlochen Public Library Closed

Due to rural road conditions, the East Bay Branch and Kingsley Branch Libraries will be closed on Saturday, April 14. The TADL Main Library (610 Woodmere Ave., T.C.) ...
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TADL Staff Spotlight: Rosie May

TADL Staff Spotlight: Rosie May

Rosie May, Co-Manager
East Bay Branch Library

What is your role at the library and how did you choose this career? I am Co-Manager of the East ...
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TADL Staff Spotlight: Vicki Carpenter

TADL Staff Spotlight: Vicki Carpenter



Vicki Carpenter, Administrative Assistant
TADL Main Library What is your role at the library and how and how long have you worked for TADL? I’ve worked ...
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March Madness: Tournament Bracket of Kid's Books

March Madness: Tournament Bracket of Kid’s Books

If you're crazy about kid's books, like the TADL staff members are, then join in some March Book Madness at the Main Library! Join in the fun during ...
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Remembering Mike McGuire

Remembering Mike McGuire



Traverse City - If you have lived in Traverse City and/or used the public library at any point in the past forty-plus years, then you have ...
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TADL Staff Spotlight: Mary Fraquelli

TADL Staff Spotlight: Mary Fraquelli

What is your role at the library and how long have you worked for the library?
I am the Manager at Kingsley Branch Library of TADL. I started ...
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Celebrate Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month

February is Black History Month, an annual celebration that in 1976 President Gerald R. Ford expanded into a full month to, "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often ...
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