The Board of Trustees of the Clarkston Independence District Library is made up of five (5) candidates appointed by the Charter Township of Independence and two (2) candidates appointed by the City of the Village of Clarkston. For personal reasons, one of the Trustees representing the City of the Village of Clarkston is stepping down. The City Council is seeking a City resident to appoint for the upcoming three year term, from January 1, 2017-December 31, 2019.
If you are interested in becoming a Clarkston Independence District Library board memeber, please see this PDF document
Clarkston Independence District Library is excited to announce the arrival of hoopla!
Everything found on hoopla can be accessed immediately. There are no holds or waitlists! You can check out a total of 5 items each month.
Simple to access and use, all you need is your library card, a web browser, smart phone or tablet. To get started, visit www.hoopladigital.com now!
Join Clarkston Independence District Library for our Open Mic Night on the third Friday of the month, from 7-9 pm. Our next Open Mic Night will be on October 21st in the Library Community Room.
As part of the library’s mission to engage the community, we invite local performance artists to gather and share their art at the library. Performers can play instruments, sing a song or recite a poem. Our open mic features guest host, Dan Greene, who has eight years of experience with open mics in Ferndale, Hazel Park and Royal Oak. He and has recorded two albums which are available for checkout at CIDL.
Performers must be 7 years old and up to participate. All performers will need to register and agree to our guidelines. You can register at the Library, or call us at 248-625-2212. All ages are welcome to attend as audience members. Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be provided.
The Library’s parking lot is original to the current building which was constructed in 1991 and dedicated in March 1992. After 23 years and a couple of winters with severe freeze/thaw cycles, the parking lot is in serious need of repair.