Clinton-Macomb Public Library recognizes anniversary with focus on community – Macomb Daily

The Clinton-Macomb Public Library turns 30 this year with less fanfare than focus, as employees seek to draw patrons back into buildings with items and activities beyond books.

“We are not hosting specific events surrounding the anniversary. However, we are taking this time to re-engage the community and remind everyone of all the incredible things that the library has to offer,” Clinton-Macomb Public Library (CMPL) Head of Communications and Strategy Jamie Morris said. “Over the last two years people may have forgotten that the library is more than just books. We’d like to take this time to remind the community that we offer programs for all ages, from babies to seniors.”

Morris said that beyond its book collection, the library has collections of DVDs, video games, board games, CDs, numerous digital items such as audiobooks and music, and a Things to Go collection that includes items from telescopes to cake pans.

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