Help astronomer Richard Bell make an accurate model of a comet by using household items (and a little dry ice), and learn a little something in the process. It’s fun, it’s messy and it’s one of the most memorable and scientifically accurate demonstrations in astronomy. Call the library at 269-673-4625 to register.
ADL and The Laurels of Sandy Creek invite you to joins us for an afternoon of friendly competition. There will be music theme challenges, prizes and free lunch! Registration required.Read More
We’re hiring a Member Services Associate at ADL! Interested in working with us? Check out the ADL Member Services Associate Job Description! This position is 18 hours per week and starts at $10.00 per hour. Under the supervision of the Library Director, Member Services Associates provide front line member service activities including providing technical and information […]Read More
1914 – 2014
Celebrating 100 Years as a Carnegie Library