A virtual audio tour is now available for the Peter White Public Library. The tour is available on the About Page of the libraries website, or by dowloading the izi.travel app to a mobile device. The tour can also be
The Peter White Public Library invites the public to celebrate the completion of the $4.2 million dollar capital improvement project on June 21, 2019 from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Enjoy library tours, guest speakers, cake, coffee and the music of Kerry Yost and Harry South.
Two new exhibits open this week in the Peter White Public Library’s Lower Level Reception Gallery and Huron Mountain Gallery.
Both exhibits will run through mid-May. Receptions for both galleries will take place at PWPL on Thursday, April 18, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
Come check out our new Local History Research Room on the top floor of the library. The research room offers a quiet place to do local history and genealogy research.
The new small group study rooms are open and ready to work in on the Upper Level of the Peter White Public Library. These three new, modern, glass rooms hold 1-6 people and are intended for collaborative work, short meetings,
The elevator at the Peter White Public Library will be out of service starting Tuesday, March 25 through mid-week, the first week of April, while parts are replaced and repaired. We apologize for the inconvenience this poses. In the meantime
The Peter White Public Library is looking for artists to fill the library gallery spaces with artwork in 2020. Exhibits will run for six weeks in the Huron Mountain Club Gallery or the Lower Level Reception Gallery. Interested individuals or
The Peter White Public Library will co-host to the first ever Winter Roots Festival, a folk-based music event sponsored by the PWPL, the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center, Hiawatha Music Co-op, the Marquette Arts and Culture Center, the Marquette Area Blues
The Bee is back! Round up your friends for the biggest test of your knowledge, memory and nerves of steel ever held in Marquette, Michigan! Online registration is open now. That’s right—a spelling bee! Don’t be scared by big words–we
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