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Library Treasure Sale & Silent Auction

Event Dates and Times

9/1/2017 - 9/29/2017
Peter White Public Library, Marquette, MI
Are you a fan of estate sales and auctions? Drop by the Peter White Public Library to take advantage of our Library Treasure Sale and Silent Auction taking place this September.

The Peter White Public Library has been cleaning closets, and we will be offering items for sale. These are items which have been collecting dust in our closets, under desks and hidden away in various other nooks and crannies. If you like a good treasure hunt, you’ll want to be sure you visit the library!

Treasure Sale
The Library Treasure Sale will take place in the Business Reference Room on the upper floor of the library. This sale will be held Thursday, September 7 from 10am – 5pm; Friday, September 8 from 10am – 6pm; and Saturday, September 9 from 10am – 1pm. Don’t let the dust bunnies fool you. There are many collectibles included in this sale: china sets, a 24-carat gold-plated kazoo, statues, vases, and more!

Silent Auction
Through the month of September, the Peter White Public Library will display art, furniture, and other objects which will be sold as part of a fundraising silent auction. Visit the Huron Mountain Club Gallery on the main floor of the library to view this exhibit. Items will be available for bid September 1st - September 29th.

Proceeds from the sale and silent auction will benefit library services and programs. For more information, visit www.pwpl.info or call 228-9510.
Carolyn McManis, Library Programming Coordinator, 226-4318

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Explore Tech: Engineering Makes a World of Difference Exhibit

Event Dates and Times

9/1/2017 - 9/30/2017
Peter White Public Library, 217 North Front Street, Marquette, MI, 49855
Peter White Public Library Kids’ Room. Adults and children are encouraged to come check out this “Explore Tech” interactive display between August 17th through October 11th! There will be an interactive computer kiosk with engineering games, informative display panels, and a Discovery Table with Cublet Robots, LEGO and Duplos, Keva Planks Brain Teaser, Snap Circuits and more! Come explore engineering with us, and check out how engineers work in our community through the “Faces of Engineering” wall that will display pictures of community engineers at work. For more information call 226-4320, visit www.pwpl.info, or find Peter White Public Library Youth Services on Facebook. PWPL hours are Monday-Thursday 10-9, Friday 10-6 and Saturday 10-5.
Sarah Rehborg
906-226-4323
srehborg@uproc.lib.mi.us

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Baraga County CTC - Voting on Youth Survey

Event Dates and Times

8/17/2017 - 9/15/2017
Baraga County
Baraga County CTC wants to know where you think they should focus their time and resources. Visit BaragaCountyCTC.org and click on "Vote Today - 2017 Youth Survey" to vote on the risk factors you think are more important to address in our community. Once voting closes on September 15, Baraga CTC will work to reduce the impact of the top two risk factors. Go online and vote today--Supporting local youth doesn't get much easier than this!
Carrie Rich
Coordinator
906-201-4024

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