Mackinaw Area Public Library

Welcome to the Mackinaw Area Public Library

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Enbridge Line 5 Information

Michigan's "Line 5 in Michigan" website can be accessed HERE.

Documents concerning the DNR's review of Enbridge's compliance with the 1953 easement are HERE.

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We have a new digital resource!

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All library buildings are open regular hours

Please observe the following when entering the buildings:

1. Follow social distancing guidelines for the health and safety of yourself and those around you.

2. Masks are mandatory.

3. If you would like to be notified in case of the need for contact tracing, please check in at the front desk.

4. Limit your visit to 20 minutes.  Public computers will not be available.

5. 10 patrons are allowed in the main branch building at a time. 1 patron or family group in the Pellston and Bliss buildings.

Curbside Services will continue at all branches for

item drop-off, pick-up, copying, printing,

scan-to-email and faxing.

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Mackinaw News

Mackinaw News is a local publication written by our own Sandy Planisek. 

Catch up on local events, get to know the folks who work hard everyday to make your stay a pleasant one and get the low down on important issues that affect our area.

Just click the link below for the current issue as well as past issues:

Mackinaw News

(updated September 9, 2020)

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Upcoming Events
Library Board Meeting Oct 14, 2020 07:00 PM (US/Eastern) — Community Room
Library Board Meeting Nov 11, 2020 07:00 PM (US/Eastern) — Community Room
Library Board Meeting Dec 09, 2020 07:00 PM (US/Eastern) — Community Room
Michigan Activity Pass

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The Michigan Activity Pass is now available.

Print out free and discounted passes to cultural sites throughout the state.

Click on the icon above to get started