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World Baking Day: Asian Edition
For this year's World Baking Day, try some Asian desserts! Mayumu…
Books Like Harry Potter
Harry Potter has taken the shape of so many things over the…

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A tall, slim ad for the Summer Reading Program. At the top reads "Summer Reading Jun 17 - Aug 31". Below is a green background with a girl who is camping under the starts, She holds a book in her hands and reads by the glow of a lantern or candle out of frame. Below the scene is a mess of darker green evergreen trees, sitting on top of the words "Taylor Community Library 734-287-4840".
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Upcoming Events

July 17, 2024 16:00

Teen Volunteer Group

Are you a teen who’s looking for volunteer hours? Join our Teen Volunteer Group!
July 17, 2024 17:30

Wind Down Wednesdays

Enjoy a quiet designated space for you to read, journal, crochet, knit, scrapbook, diamond dot etc., every Wednesday this summer. 
July 17, 2024 18:00

Adult Book Club

Join us as we read fiction from all walks of life and perspectives. For our next discussion, we’ll be reading The Invisible Life of Addlie LaRue by V.E. Schwab and The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel.
July 18, 2024 12:00

Assistive Device Drop-In (ADDI)

Drop in on ADDI for information or personalized help with popular technology in Accessibility.
July 18, 2024 13:00

Typing

Do you use the old hunt and peck method of typing with two fingers? Does it take you way too long to type simple documents? If so, this class is for you. Learn how to type using all of your fingers. As your typing improves, so will your speed.

Digital Resources

Libby

popular eBooks & audiobooks

Hoopla

streaming audiobooks, music, video & ebooks

JobNow

anytime, anywhere job assistance

TumbleBooks

interactive, read-along digital eBooks for kids

Kanopy

films, documentaries, and more

Braille & Talking Books

Taylor Community Library hosts the award-winning Braille & Talking Books program for all residents of Wayne County. If you are experiencing vision loss or other symptoms that impair your ability to read print materials, you may qualify for this program.

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Hours of Operation:

Monday – Thursday:
10 a.m. – 8 p.m.

Friday – Saturday:
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Sunday:
CLOSED

Location & Phone:

12303 Pardee Road
Taylor, MI 48180

734-287-4840