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NOTICE 


NOTICE: THE WAKEFIELD PUBLIC LIBRARY WILL REOPEN is open for in-person browsing. Persons entering the building are reminded to please wear a mask, limit the number of persons in their party and to adhere to posted social distancing guidelines. Curbside pickup is still available by calling the library ahead of time at 229-5236. Computers are available for 1-hour intervals on a first come first serve basis or by reservation by calling the library. Patrons may continue to access the library’s Wi-Fi from their vehicle in front of the building. The library maintains its suspension of in-person programming. Your friends at the Wakefield Public Library look forward to seeing you!

 

Virtual Library Board Meeting

Wednesday, Feb. 24th 5PM

The library will be closed from 5:00 - 6:30 PM

Login information will be available on our Facebook page


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Welcome to the Wakefield Public Library
Wakefield Public Library

The mission of the Wakefield Public Library is to provide quality materials and services which fulfill educational, informational, cultural, and recreational needs of the entire community.

 

Click here to view the Wakefield Public Library Re-Opening Plan and the Exposure Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Plan

 


 

 

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Download Audiobooks & eBooks

Members of the Wakefield Public Library can now download Audiobooks and eBooks from Great Lakes Digital Libraries! Just click the logo to go to the website to browse through the available titles.overdrive link

 
Michigan Activity Pass

Click on image to access Michigan Activity Pass website

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Staff

Joel Laessig - Library Director (jlaessig@uproc.lib.mi.us)

 


 

 

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The Tell-Tale Heart Video

Check out the video of The Tell-Tale Heart featuring James Engel and filmed by Pam Langa in the Wakefield Library. Click on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTKrB9oGpB8