Due to the upcoming construction on the upper level of the library (beginning in mid-October), we will not be accepting any new proctoring requests for 2018. If you have already taken a test at the library this semester, we will allow you to finish your course. That being said, it may be noisy on the upper level once construction starts. It is likely to be quieter in the evenings, but quiet cannot be guaranteed.
Another local option is Negaunee Public Library: 906/ 475-7700 ext. 18.
Questions? Let us know. Email us at email@example.com or call us at 906/226-4311.
The Winter Wonderland Walk is open to any individual, family, organization or business who would like to display and decorate an artificial tree or wreath.
Get all the details and register on our Tree Registration Webpage.
This year’s registration deadline is Friday, November 16.
Do you need to register to vote?
Not sure what your voter registration status is?
Do you know where your polling station is?
Do you need to register for an absentee ballot?
You can get all the information you need through EveryLibrary’s voter registration page.
WNMU’s Media Meet recently interview Library Director Andrea Ingmire, Board of Trustee’s member John Mallo and other Library supporters to discuss the upcoming ballot proposals. If you missed it this past weekend, you can watch the entire episode here.
Offered through MI Big Green Gym, a collaboration between Blue Cross, mParks and the DNR, the Michigan Activity Pass encourages Michigan residents to lead healthier lifestyles through the use of state parks and recreational areas. This popular program is still available to cardholders of participating libraries, including Peter White Public Library. Patrons can print a free one-day pass, either at home or at PWPL, which can be used at hundreds of participating destinations across the state including any of Michigan’s state parks or state forest campgrounds. The program also offers free or discounted admission to historical and cultural destinations in Michigan.
All Peter White Public Library card-holders are eligible for one pass every week. From the Michigan Activity Pass website they can search attractions near home (19 destinations within 50 miles of PWPL) or near any Michigan vacation destination. Select a destination, enter your information, and print your pass. (Printing services are available here at the library, usual fees apply.)