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Adult Programs
New Quilting group to meet at the Comstock Township Library open to beginner quilters through advanced, come prepared to sew! Bring your sewing machines and projects.  If you have experience sewing clothes, we can help you get started in quilting.  For more information contact Sylvia (269-303-0790) or Bev (269-352-0079)

Adult Craft, Peppermint Bath Bombs:  Wednesday, November 15th at 5:30 pm.  Want to make your own holiday gifts?  This is the perfect program for you.  You will be taught what supplies you need to make luxuriant bath bombs.  Each participant will be able to bring home one of their aromatic creations.  Required registration begins on Mon, Oct. 30th at the adult reference desk.  

Join the Comstock Township Library on Sat., December 9th from 1 - 3pm for our annual Holiday Open House.  Enjoy holiday cookies, cider, a performance by the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra’s Jazz Trio, meet Mrs. Claus, make a children’s craft, play children’s games, and see live reindeer.  The reindeer will be outside, so, please dress warmly. Please bring your camera, as pictures with Mrs. Claus and the reindeer will be allowed.  

Adult Craft:  Wednesday, December 13th at 6 pm:  Happy Our Art Canvas Painting!  Happy Our Art will be here for a guided canvas painting.  Registration is required for this free event and begins at the reference desk on November 27th.  Space is limited.  Call 345-0136 for more information.

Introduction to Calligraphy:  Wednesday, January 17th at 5:30 pm.  Join artist, Nancy Alexander, for an introduction to the art of calligraphy.  Sign-ups are required for this free event and begin on Monday, January 2nd at the adult reference desk.  Space is limited. 

Ask-A-Lawyer:  Wednesday, January 24th, 6-8.  Join Robert Reilman to get your legal questions answered.  This program is free and sign-ups begin on Monday, January 8th at the adult reference desk.  (Your legal questions will be answered in the order you arrive, but you must register). Call 345-0136 for more information. 

We now have tutor rooms and Wi-Fi available! Call 345-0136 for more information

KNITTERS AND CROCHETERS: The Comstock Township Library donates lap afghans to area hospices and nursing homes. If you have left over yarn from other projects this is a perfect way to use it up. We assemble knitted or crocheted blocks,7”w x 9”l, e into lap afghans that are approximately 35x45 inches. This is an ongoing project so rectangles can be donated at any time. We also gladly accept donations of yarn, or completed afghans. For more information please contact Myla or Barb at the library.

Have extra skeins of yarn?  We are now accepting donations for our Warm-Up America Lap Robe Project.  If you are interested in crocheting or knitting, please contact Myla or Barb at the library. 

Comstock Community Bulletin Board:   We will be hosting an online bulletin board for the community.  This free service is hosted by the Comstock Township Library for events of interest to the Comstock area residents.  Event submissions are free; however, the library takes no responsibility for the claims made in these advertisements.  Click on the "Submit an Event" link to send us your information. Please visit our website for a link to the bulletin board.

We now have a notary service at the library during business hours.  The cost is $5.00 per notarial transaction.  Call 345-0136 for more information. 

We now have a fax service! Must use credit or debit card to send.

Now Available: OverDrive! Download free audiobooks and e-books from home using your computer, MP3 player, e-book reader, and other compatible devices.
Computer Help:Have a question about the computer? Would you like to learn how to use the computer, download eBooks, use M.S. Word, M.S. Publisher, M.S. Excel etc.? Please call 345-0136 to "Book-a-Librarian" for one-on-one help.  Must be a Comstock Library cardholder. 

Need Resume Help? Please call to schedule an appointment or visit the adult reference desk to do so. We will help you construct a cover letter or resume, or just proofread one that you already have. Call 345-0136 for further information.

 Would you like to learn how to research genealogy using Ancestry Library Edition?  Please call the library 345-0136 to set up an appointment with a librarian.

Michigan library patrons can get into Michigan's more than 230 state parks, historic sites, forest campgrounds, recreation areas for free, receive a personalized tour or get a discount in museum shop.

MAP Activity Pass and Park and Read Pass

Homebound Delivery Services

The Homebound Delivery Service seeks to provide library materials to Comstock Township Residents who are unable to visit the library according to the criteria below. Homebound delivery includes the selection of materials by library staff and delivery of those materials by library employees.

Residents are to be considered homebound if they have a condition (due to illness or injury) that restricts their ability to leave their place of residence, except with the aid of a supportive device such as crutches, canes, wheelchairs, and walkers, the use of special transportation, the assistance of another person or if leaving home is medically contraindicated. In most circumstances, if a resident drives, he/she would not be considered homebound.
Call 345-0136 for further information.
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Adult Programs
The library now has a Cricut Expression available for patron use (must be eighteen years or older or with a parent or guardian to use and must provide your own cardstock). Please call 345-0136 for further information.

These cartridges are available.  Click on link to view content of cartridge

Baby Steps                                                  "Just Becauseā€ Cards

Lyrical Letters                                             Noah's ABC Animals

Simply Charmed                                         Straight From the Nest

Sweethearts                                                 Tags, Bags, Boxes & More 2

Walk in My Garden                                       Wild Card