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Welcome to the E.C. Weber
Fraser Public Library!

Mission - The mission of E.C. Weber Fraser Public Library is to provide equitable access to information, to be a place of connection for community engagement, and to enrich the lives of our patrons by encouraging them to explore and learn.

Vision - We strive to situate our library within the community as a place of education and recreation through technological developments, personal connection, and a sense of discovery.




Sunday, July 10 from 1 - 4 pm at the

Fraser Public Library

16330 14 Mile Road, Fraser


Light refreshments will be available for purchase 

(Rain date is July 17)


Rent a parking space for $20.00

Profits from your trunk sales are yours to keep.

All unsold items must be taken home with you.

Reserve your spot by calling, no later than June 24, 2016,

Karen Warson 586-747-5702.


Your junk may be someone elses treasure.  OR you may be a crafter, who wants to get your name out therebe creative and lets have a good time!


Click the link below to view Fraser Public Library's Event Calendar.

    The Event Calendar shows program dates, times and information as well as meeting room reservations and library closing dates.

    Fraser Public Library Calendar

    To reserve the upstairs meeting room:
    1. Open the event calendar link.
    2. Click Suggest Event in the upper left corner.
    3. Fill out the event form.
    4. Click Send Suggestion at the end of the form.
    5. You will receive a notification if the event is approved.
     * There is a $25 fee to use the meeting room.*
     * To schedule large events, please contact Fraser Public Library at 586-293-2055*


      JUNE Activities

    June 1st (Wednesday @ 6:00 p.m.) TAB Meeting: Teen Advisory Board

    June 10th  (Friday @ 10:30 a.m.) Summer Story Time
    Children ages 3 to 5 will listen to stories, play games, and make an occasional craft in each story time session. The benefits of story time for children include: increase attention span, enhance visual discrimination skills, practice auditory processing, reinforce word recognition, examine social situations and behaviors, and instill a love of books! Session ends: Friday, August 19th.
    Sign up NOW!

    June 15th (Wednesday @ 6:00 p.m.) TAB Meeting: Teen Advisory Board

    June 18th (Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) Summer Reading Kick-off!
    All ages are welcome to join us to sign up for Summer Reading Club. Children and Teens sign up in the children's area, adults at reference. There will be a craft and games in the children's area. No registration required.

    June 20th (Monday @ 11:00 a.m.) Story Time in the Park

    Fraser Public Library, in cooperation with Fraser Parks & Recreation, presents an outside story time in the park! We will meet at Fort Fraser Pavilion each Monday (except 7/4 and 7/25) for a story time for ages 6 and under. Story time is accompanied by a craft and a book giveaway. During times of inclement weather (pouring rain), story time will meet in the meeting room of FPL. Registration for all 6 sessions required and begins NOW!

    June 20th (Monday @ 12:00 p.m.) Lunch & Story
    Whether you're a local day camper or looking for something to do on a Monday, anyone ages 6-13 is welcome to attend this read aloud each week in Fort Fraser Pavilion. Bring your lunch and enjoy a chapter or two each week as we read a book together all summer long! No registration required.

    June 21st (Tuesday @ 7:00 p.m.) Books on Tap
    Books: Shotgun Lovesongs by Nickolas Butler
    Location: Hof Brau Bar in Fraser

    June 21st (Tuesday @ 8:00 p.m.) Trivia Night
    Transition from Books on Tap or just come to Trivia Night: the name of the game is Exercise You Mind, Read! Join FPL staff and friends for book-, sport-, and miscellaneous-themed trivia and you might win a prize! Must be a team of two or more. Special thanks to Hof Brau Bar for hosting. No registration required.

    June 22nd (Wednesday @ 3:30 p.m.) Archery
    Nick DiCresce of Our Global Kids is back again with another 10-week archery series. $50 for all 10 weeks upfront, $7 for one drop-in session, or prorated for any signups after participant's initial class (e.g. if you sign up for the last 5 weeks, then session total will be $25). For ages 10+. Registration required. Sign up NOW!

    June 23rd (Thursday @ 6:00 p.m.) Teen Gaming Night
    The teen Summer Reading Club theme is "Get in the game, read!" FPL invites teens going into grades 7-12 to bring a board game to pass or use one of ours! Snacks provided. Registration required. Sign up NOW!

    June 25th (Saturday @ 1:00 p.m.) Theatre Intensive: From Brain to Stage in 3 Hours!

    We did it once and it's back by popular demand with another hour to boot! Educational Theatre Teacher Michelle Weiss is back and she invites teens going into grades 7-12 to FPL to test their writing, directing, and acting chops! Teens will pick one of the three jobs and make it theirs for the afternoon, splitting into two groups to create two plays. Directors and actors will play theatre warm up games while the writers write and then all will come together to rehearse and put on their plays for the public at 4pm in the upstairs meeting room. Registration required. Sign up NOW!

    June 30th (Thursday @ 6:00 p.m.) Fairy Cottage Craft
    Families are invited to come to FPL to create a fairy cottage with Ms. Rindt. Using some materials gathered from the garden, we will make furniture and homes for the little folk and for your outdoor enjoyment! Children of all ages welcome but children younger than 8 years MUST be accompanied by an adult since we will be working with scissors and hot glue. Registration required. Sign up NOW!


    The concept is simple, the rewards are priceless. Read a book (any book) to your newborn, infant, and/or toddler. The goal is to read 1,000 books (yes you can repeat books) before your child starts kindergarten. Any child from birth until he or she enters kindergarten can participate. The program is self-paced and will depend on how often you read together.

    Instructions: Read with your child. Keep track of titles and authors on the given forms. When your child reaches a milestone (signing up; 100, 300, 500, 700, 900, and 1000 books), come to FPL with your filled-in sheet and we will give him/her a small reward, and they will watch their little bookworm


    FREE MUSIC DOWNLOADS using Freegal Music

    Freegal® Music is a free music service provided by the Suburban Library Cooperative for library use. All you need is your library card number and a PIN.

    Freegal offers access to over 7 million songs
    , including Sony Music's catalog of legendary artists. In total the collection is comprised of music from over 28,000 labels with music that originates in over 100 countries. There is no software to download, and there are no digital rights management (DRM) restrictions.

    Click the Freegal Music tab on the left for more information and website link.

    FREE Magazines using Zinio
    Check it out!

    Fraser Public Library patrons now have the ability to read magazines online through the Suburban Library Cooperative - Zinio Magazine Collection.
    Compatible with your PC, Smartphone, iPad, Kindle, or Nook.

    Over 90 magazines available plus 28 foreign language magazines!!

    Click the Zinio tab on the left for more information and website link.

    Michigan Activity Pas
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    For the third year, Fraser Public Library along with libraries across Michigan is participating in the MI Big Green Gym program. Cardholders can enjoy the state's parks, historic sites, campgrounds and more! Print a pass at home or at the library; each one-time entry pass is good for one week.
    Click the link for more information: MI Big Green Gym
    To Print pass:
    1. Go to Michigan Activity Pass
    2. Enter location in My Start Location space.
    3. Type Fraser Public Library in the My Library Name space.
    4. Click search
    ** Click MORE INFO underneath destination for pass information **

    Michigan Museum Passes  Available Online

Plan some muMichigan Activity Pass.jpgseum hopping  with your Fraser Library card. Museum passes can be accessed on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday only online at Each library has five passes per week per participating cultural museum. The pass is good for seven days from the day of checkout, unless there is a blackout day or the museum is closed. A list of the museums is on the MAP website. Patrons are allowed only one pass per library card. Only the original pass can be redeemed at museums.

If you need more information, contact the Fraser Public Library at 586-293-

College Preparation Information

Michigan is switching from the ACT to the SAT in 2016. The Michigan eLibrary (MeL) provides resources and access to sites that have timed practice tests, eBooks and tutorials for the SAT, ACT and others. Check out the link for more information: MeLCollegeBound

Important Information: 

Michigan Secretary of State and your library have joined to make things easier. 

Try the online, no-wait Secretary of State at
    - Renew or replace standard driver's license or ID card.
    - Renew vehicle tabs.
    - Obtain a replacement vehicle title or registration.
    - Submit a change of address. 
    - Join the organ donor registry and MUCH MORE!




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Lorena McDowell

16330 14 Mile Rd.
Fraser, MI 48026

Ph: (586) 293-2055

Monday - Thursday
10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Friday - Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Wed, Jun. 29

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