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From The Director...
On behalf of the Library Board, staff, friends and volunteers who are dedicated to providing the residents of St. Clair County outstanding public library service, I thank you most heartily for approving the St. Clair County Library System’s millage renewal request on August 5.
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Your Library Offers Instructor-Led Online Courses
The St. Clair County Library System has acquired the Gale Courses database from Gale, part of Cengage Learning. Through this unique program, library patrons can access instructor-led, online courses through the library’s website.
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Tablets Available @ Your Library
Thanks to a surprise $10,000 grant, awarded by the Community Foundation of St. Clair County in a random drawing at its 2012 Annual Dinner, the St. Clair County Library System is now able to provide twenty-six Samsung Galaxy Tabs for patrons use throughout the county. Each library location now offers tablets pre-loaded with games appropriate for children with no Internet access. This is a fun way to familiarize kids with the up & coming technology! An adult with a library card in good standing can check the tablet out for the child to use. The tablets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, may be borrowed for a period of up to two hours per checkout and must remain in the library at all times. Each patron who checks out a tablet must sign a Borrower’s Agreement, accepting responsibility for making sure the tablet is returned to the Circulation Desk on time and in good condition.
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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
Web 2: Search Strategies
Learn how to find what you really want on the Internet. Learn about the different search options online, how to phrase searches for success.
Where:   G. Lynn Campbell
When:   Thursday, October 2, 2014
First Thursday 'An Evening of Dyslexia Awareness'
Do you know a loved one, child or friend, having difficulty reading and spelling? This presentation will help you know if it is dyslexia. Come and check out the signs and symptoms of dyslexia and what can be done about it.
Where:   St. Clair, Children's room
When:   Thursday, October 2, 2014
Web 2: Search Strategies
Learn how to find what you really want on the Internet. Learn about the different search options online, how to phrase searches for success.
Where:   Main Library
When:   Friday, October 3, 2014
Homeschool Open House
Discover the wide variety of resources and services the library offers to support and enrich your homeschooling experience. The website Mel.org will be featured. Also included are an informative presentation, a library tour and refreshments. Families welcome. Please register.
Where:   Main Library, Meeting room
When:   Friday, October 3, 2014
WWFD : What Would Frankenstein Do?
Create your own Franken Toys out of pre-owned toy parts. Design and assemble a one-of-a-kind creepy or silly mutant toy. Please register. Ages 5 and up.
Where:   Main Library, Meeting room
When:   Saturday, October 4, 2014
IP Address: 54.80.19.102