We will be changing over the links to our online catalog this evening at 5:00. Hopefully these changes will occur without notice.
If you find that you can not check your library account, search for materials, or place a hold online, please wait ten minutes and try again. If you are still having difficulty, please call the library at 906/228-9510.
Thank you for your patience.
We are currently working to re-imagine and refresh the Peter White Public Library. As libraries continue to evolve to meet community needs, your input is invaluable as we assess how to best meet the current and future needs and wants of our library users.
This survey is the next step in the process to gather community input as we prepare to revitalize the Library. The brief survey asks you to rank the importance of different physical space options that reflect best practices in today’s public libraries across the nation. Thank you in advance for your time and support. We truly appreciate it.
Take the survey.
Join us in the Community Room at 10:30 am or 7:00 pm Monday, March 20 for a public discussion and help us imagine how Peter White Public will be used in the future.
Refreshments will be provided and activities for children will take place in the Youth Services Department.
Peter White Public Library, Dr. Allyn Roberts, and the Marquette Monthly are sponsoring a teen writing competition for students, including those who are home schooled, in grades 9 through 12.
Students may submit work in three categories: Poetry, Short Stories, and Opinion Essays. Six cash prizes from $125-$75 will be award to first and second-place winners.
Submissions will be accepted throughout the month of April at the Library.
See poster and contest guidelines for more information.
The library is hosting a theatrical performance called An Evening in the Park, 2 one-act plays performed by Vertigo Theatre Company on Thursday, March 23 through Saturday, March 25. Thursday and Friday performances are at 7:00 pm and Saturday’s is at 2:00 pm.
The Zoo Story by Edward Albee is set on a park bench in New York City’s Central Park. It opens as Jerry, a man in his thirties, says to Peter, a slightly older man reading a book, “I’ve been to the zoo.” Grannies by Jean McConnell is set at the seaside with 2 deck chairs. It features two grandmothers, Jenny, reluctantly looking after her teenage daughter’s child, and Barbara, desperately in love with her grandchild.
- Ticket price is $10.00
- People can purchase tickets in advance at the circulation desk with cash, check (payable to Peter White Public Library) or credit card.
- People can purchase tickets at the door with cash or check only.
- Tickets may be purchased over the phone (906/228-9510) by credit card.
- Seating is limited (85 per show) and on a first come first serve basis.
- Doors open 30 minutes before show time.
PWPL has received the following tax forms:
- Form 1040 and Instructions
- Form 1040-A and Instructions
- Form 1040-EZ and Instructions
- Michigan tax booklet (includes forms)
- Michigan home heating booklet (includes forms)
All available forms are on the top floor of the library.
All other forms or schedules must be printed from the IRS.gov website. Computers and wireless printing are available for 15 cents a page. Assistance with downloading and printing forms is available at the Reference Desk.
Peter White Public Library is issuing a Request for Proposals for installation of data communication wiring services and acquisitions and installation of equipment. Sealed bids must be delivered to the Library Director’s Office at the following address and by 5:00 PM (ET) on Friday, February 17, 2017. Bids shall be opened Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 10:00 am in the Library Director’s office at 217 N Front Street, Marquette.
See the complete RFP.