The Clarke Library engages in a variety of public programs. The two programs that are most frequently mentioned are the library’s exhibits and speaker series. The library creates approximately two exhibits each year. The exhibits are based on some aspect of the library’s collection. The library also regularly sponsors speakers who visit campus and discuss some aspect of either Michigan history or children’s literature. When possible presentations are recorded for subsequent viewing over the internet.
Visit the links to discover the library’s current exhibit, as well as learning about future speakers.