On November 4, 2014, the Redford Township District Library will ask voters to approve 1.4 mills of supplemental operating funds for eight years.
Without additional funds, the Library will need to reduce its annual operating budget by as much as 40%. This will mean deep cuts to Library service.
Watch for a special issue of the Redford Resource in October with information about the Library's ballot proposal.
Learn more at a Community Information Meeting at the Library:
- Wednesday, September 24, 11 am - noon
- Wednesday, October 15, 6:30 - 7:30 pm
- Saturday, October 25, 11 am - noon
Looking for a quick and easy way to ensure your student succeeds? Sign up for the most important school supply of all - a library card! Redford residents can get a free card anytime. We offer movies, music CDs, audiobooks and ebooks; high-speed Internet access; group meeting and study spaces; fun and educational events for all ages, and much, much more! The Library is the most valuable free tool you’ll ever find – get your card and take advantage!
Our shared online catalog is getting an upgrade! Called Enterprise, the new system has a more graphical interface and many exciting new features. Eventually, it will integrate ebook searches and downloads. Start exploring Enterprise by clicking on the yellow “NEW” icon next time you visit the eLibrary home page. We think you’ll like it!
Click here to try it now.
MAP is an online program. Library users with a valid library card can print a pass, either from home or at the library, to one of more than 100 participating institutions. The list includes the Cranbrook Art Museum, the DIA, the Gilmore Car Museum, and the Michigan Science Center, to name a few.
Register today for one of our free computer classes. Our librarians provide expert training on everything from getting started with Internet searching to spreadsheets. Class schedules are updated continuously. Check our website or give us a call for the latest dates and times.