magic the gathering

Magic: The Gathering

Join us monthly for MTG tournament-style play on Friday evenings from 6:00 to 8:30 pm.  Prizes awarded to top players.  Everyone in grades 6 through 12 with knowledge of game play and rules is invited to attend.  Please check the Library’s Calendar for specific dates.   Co-sponsored with SRSLY Dexter.

The Library has updated its programming attendance requirements.  Face coverings optional but encouraged in group settings.  Face covering requirements are subject to change without notice.  Registration is required for in-person programming.

Contact:  Mollie Hall mhall@dexter.lib.mi.us
Location:  Dexter District Library, Lower Level

The Dexter District Library requires registration for all indoor, in-person programs.  Registrants will need to register all members of their party.  During this time, only pre-registered attendees will be seated.  To provide for adequate social distancing, the Library will need to limit the number of in-person attendees at each program.  Past attendance patterns for in-person events would frequently exceed current COVID-19 capacity limits.  Walk-ins cannot be accommodated.  The Library will continue to monitor COVID-19 conditions and the Library Board will review these requirements on a monthly basis.

Read & Feed Book Club

This teen/tween book club meets monthly and is for everyone in grades 6 through 12.  Free copies of the book are available to the first five registrants.  Read the month’s book selection before the meeting to prepare for trivia questions related to the book.  This is a fun book club, and prizes are awarded to those who with the most correct answers.  Pizza dinner is provided.  Check the calendar for dates and book titles.

Teen Advisory Group (TAG)

The Teen Advisory Group (TAG) is a volunteer opportunity for teens in grades 7 through 12 to get involved at the Library.  Join us to help plan programs and volunteer at youth and teen events.  TAG meets on select Saturdays each month during the school year. New members are always welcome.

Upcoming meeting dates for 2022:

Registration is required. Space is limited. Face coverings are required for all in-person events.

March 19, 11 a.m. to noon – Registration opens February 19

April 23, 11 a.m. to noon – Registration opens March 19

May 21, 11 a.m. to noon – Registration begins April 23

The Library has updated its programming attendance requirements.  Face coverings optional but encouraged in group settings.  Face covering requirements are subject to change without notice.  Registration is required for in-person programming.

Contact:  Mollie Hall, mhall@dexter.lib.mi.us
Location:  Lower Level Meeting Room

The Dexter District Library requires registration for all indoor, in-person programs.  Registrants will need to register all members of their party.  During this time, only pre-registered attendees will be seated.  To provide for adequate social distancing, the Library will need to limit the number of in-person attendees at each program.  Past attendance patterns for in-person events would frequently exceed current COVID-19 capacity limits.  Walk-ins cannot be accommodated.  The Library will continue to monitor COVID-19 conditions and the Library Board will review these requirements on a monthly basis.

Computer and Internet Access

teenzone

Computers for Public Use:

The Dexter District Library has 4 public use computer terminals for teens ages 13 through 17 located in the Teen Zone.  These computers have Windows 7 and are loaded with the Microsoft Office 2016 suite.  Full color printing is available for $0.20 a page.  Black & White printing is available at $0.10 a page.


General Rules for Internet Use:

  1. Hardware and Software settings may not be changed.
  2. Users will respect all copyright laws.
  3. Users saving files from the Internet to their own disks do so at their own risk. The Library assumes no responsibility for viruses transmitted from the Internet to disks through the use of Library computers.
  4. Any users caught hacking into computer systems or disrupting the functions of other computer systems will have their Internet use privileges revoked.
  5. Users will not use the Library terminals to violate any Federal, state or local laws or to engage in unethical behavior.
  6. Users can be held financially liable for damage to the Library’s equipment and software.