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February Closing
Your Library System will be closed on Monday, February 15 for Presidents' Day.
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Sock It To Me
If you are in the Port Huron area, please help us at the Main Library collect new pairs of socks for at risk teens at the Harbor.

"For more than 30 years, The Harbor has assisted at-risk, runaway, and homeless youth and their families in St. Clair, Sanilac, and Huron Counties. The Harbor provides shelter, street-based community outreach, counseling, crisis intervention, and supportive services to an average of 130 children, teens, and young adults annually. We offer safety, security, and basic support services, as well as a comfortable place for homeless and runaway youth to come in off the street. All services are free of charge and confidential."  
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Stay Warm With Hoopla
Stay all warm and cozy this winter by streaming movies, television shows, music and audiobooks through Hoopla.
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One card - 11 Locations
We are not just one library - we are one library system with 11 locations throughout St. Clair County to better serve you. You are only minutes away from great library service wherever you are. And it is all FREE with just one card!

Upcoming Events
Tea at Downton Abbey
Traveler/photographer Barbara Warren shares her experiences in the land of Downton Abbey, including a glimpse of Highclere Castle, its gardens, the town of Bampton, and surrounding locations. Call to register. 765-5233
Where:   Marine City
When:   Monday, February 8, 2016
Christian Fiction Book Club
Meet kindred spirits as you share your thoughts on the Christian novel of the month. Registration is kindly recommended. This month's selection: "The Road to Grace" by: Richard Paul Evans
Where:   Algonac-Clay
When:   Monday, February 8, 2016
WORD 1: Getting Started
This is the first class in a series that will introduce you to word processing. The instructor will review basic terminology, keyboard, mouse skills, desk top, and program window. You will create a document, use basic formatting on the text you type, and learn how to save and open a document using a removable storage device. This is not a typing skills class. We recommend a Basic Computer class be taken before this class if you are new to computers. Registration requested. Adults.
Where:   Main Library
When:   Monday, February 8, 2016
EMAIL 1
This is the 3rd class in the Internet series, which will help you understand email and the email system on the World Wide Web. The instructor will discuss pros and cons of different types of email services. You will learn how to use a free web-based email service using a student email account provided by the instructor. The instructor will lead you through opening your inbox, replying to a message, and deleting messages.
Where:   Marine City
When:   Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Read to Chief, the Reader Dog
School-age children drop in to read to Chief, a German Shepherd therapy dog.
Where:   Capac
When:   Wednesday, February 10, 2016
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