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Help us plan for the future of Lyon Township Public Library!

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Thank you to the many residents who attended the first meeting on January 14 to discuss new library site selection.
A copy of the presentation from the meeting can be seen here. 

Please attend our second meeting on
Wednesday, February 10 at 6:30 at Lyon Township Public Library

At this meeting we will be discussing the Conceptual Building Plan including:

  • materials and services 
  • facilities
  • technology
  • programs

We invite all residents of Lyon Township to attend this second of three very important meetings to help determine how the library can satisfy the needs of our residents in a growing Lyon Township community.  This is your opportunity to have a stake in developing a library that meets the needs of our community and residents of all ages. 

Our next meeting will be: Thursday, March 3 at 6:30 pm

 If you would like more information on our future planning process, click here to contact our Library Director, Holly Teasdle.

Finding Military Records for Genealogical Research

Tuesday, February 16 at 1:00 pm
Presented by Mark Mullinax

Military records, especially military pension records, can be an excellent place to find genealogical information.  Through them you can often find information such as birthplace, age at enlistment, occupation, and the names of immediate family members.  Finding those records can be a challenge for even the most skilled researcher.  Join Mark Mullinex, Genealogy and Local History Librarian at the Brighton District Library, as he explains the different types of military records, what information those records contain, where military records can be found, and much more.  This program is directed at both beginning and intermediate genealogists.

War Dog Memorial

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Saturday, February 20 at 1:00 pm
Presented by:  Phil Weitlauf, President/Director of the Michigan War Dog Memorial, Inc.

Please join us for this very special program as we learn the history of the War Dog and the very important place they hold in history.  We will also learn the history of the Michigan War Dog Memorial at the corner of Milford Rd. and 11 Mile Rd. in Lyon Township.  The Michigan War Dog Memorial, Inc. mission is to continue restoration of this hallowed ground into a park setting and maintain that setting for the purpose of allowing interment of retired military work dogs and retired service dogs.

Click here for more information about the Michigan War Dog Memorial, Inc.

Join the Friends of the Lyon Township Public Library

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Next meeting on February 11, 6:30 pm in the Community Center

Be part of something exciting and make a difference at your library!  In the past years, the Friends have supported many library endeavors including:  fundraising via book sales, the Literacy Run, the Accessories Bazaar and the BOOzaar.  They have purchased a flat screen TV for our library marketing display, helped put on Family Fun Day, contributed for the Neighborhood Library Association's author visit, have donated magazine subscriptions to the library, and have funded our ability to provide ebooks to our customers.

Join us in making LTPL the best it can be!  Click here to download an enrollment form.

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