Rocket Languages is an award-winning interactive online language learning system developed for libraries. The interactive, comprehensive website allows patrons to learn conversational language at their own pace. Patrons can fully utilize Rocket Language learning by downloading it for easy access on all MP3 compatible devices. Patrons continue to access their program online until they have completed the course. Click Here to access the courses with your library card! This service paid for the by the fundraising efforts of the Friends of the Library.
The MI Big Green Gym initiative is designed to promote overall well-being and a healthy lifestyle through use of parks and recreation facilities. You can checkout a pass at the Circulation Desk with your library card.
Detroit Zoo Discounted Tickets through the library.
The Michigan Activity Pass is now an online program. Find out what discoveries await you by visiting the Michigan Activity Pass. Pass availability, checkout and printing can all be executed there. The Museum Adventure Pass offers were generously provided by the participating organizations and may vary by organization. Passes are for one-time use and are not transferable. The pass will be collected when you visit. Special exhibits may not be covered, and other exclusions may apply.
The Clarkston Independence District Library is now circulating Kindle Paperwhites, which are pre-loaded with a wide range of popular titles for adults, teens and children. We will be constantly adding new titles as they become available.
Holds may be placed for the Kindles through the Library’s online catalog. All checkouts and returns of the devices are handled at the Circulation Desk.
317! (Hours That Is!)
Calling all kids in Clarkston! You all read 317 hours last week! That's amazing! Especially considering all the time you spent at the library participating in our programs! So many of you were here to see the Bats, and lots of our friends came to our "It's Alive!" programs! This week we are talking about the Earth. What kind of science would that be? Geology of course! Oh, and some of us are talking about the weather - meteorology! Next up for the week of July 21st, our programs are about Crafty Science, or making cool crafts from things you can find around your own home! Oh, and don't forget on Tuesday, come to the
We will be making whatever your brain can think up, with all kinds of recycled materials from the community, with a little glitter, glue, and construction paper thrown in! Can't wait to see you there!
P.S. - It's not too late to sign up for the Summer Reading Competition. If you sign up and turn in a log by this Friday, and turn in a log for the next four weeks, you will still be able to turn in five logs, which is what you need to win a free book! Stop by the information desk and register!