Looking for a great book to read? Check out the books our staff members love. From children to adult titles, there is something for everyone! All of the books below are available on Libby/Overdrive as ebooks or audiobooks, and if … read more Staff Recommendations
Visit our Ishpeming Carnegie Public Library Facebook page for the most updated information regarding virtual programs! Our Carnegie Kids page is full of content for children, tweens, and teens. Stay tuned for future program announcements. For now, catch up on … read more Virtual Programs for Children
by Kelsey Boldt 1880 was a different time; this week’s New Old News entry certainly highlights this fact. In the above clipping from the November 20, 1880 issue of the Weekly Agitator, a local laundry thief seems to have been … read more New Old News: Laundry Thief
You can now sign up for a free, temporary digital library card! This card will give you access to our online resources such as ebooks and audiobooks. For more information, and to sign up for a card online click here.
by Kelsey Boldt The Clasp by Sloane Crosley was the ICPL Book Club pick for April. Though book club meetings are currently postponed due to COVID-19 precautions, I still wanted to hear about what our patrons are reading while practicing … read more Book Review: The Clasp by Sloane Crosley
by Kelsey Boldt During this time of isolation in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 the tradition of gathering and celebrating major milestones in life has been put on hold. Birthdays, sporting events, graduations, weddings, religious celebrations – … read more New Old News: St. Peter’s Cathedral Cornerstone
by Kelsey Boldt One of the services we provide at the library is support for patrons near and far in their research efforts. While scrolling through our microfilm reels I’ve found myself on more than one occasion getting distracted by … read more New Old News: April Fools Scoundrel
Listed below are some helpful national, state, and local resources. If you have any questions or do not see the information you need listed below, please contact us at (906)-486-4381 or by email. National and Federal Resources Johns Hopkins Coronavirus … read more Coronavirus Resource Page