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We want to help you have the best summer possible with our 62 Days of Summer program. Watch this video for a quick explanation of how the program works, check your mail for a packet from us, then come back to our website for ideas and inspiration. We've got 62 ways to do 62 Days of summer reading, activities and programs at your own pace and comfort level. Our librarians have put together lists of reading suggestions, recommended activities and ways to safely engage with your neighbors and community. See you online!

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Do you enjoy a stroll down the Rouge River Trail? Have you stopped by the Canton Farmer’s Market? Canton residents are invited to provide input at a series of Open Houses as a key part of the strategic process of updating Canton Leisure Services’ Five-Year Master Plan. Members of the community are invited to submit feedback on:

  • Sunday, June 6, from 9AM-1PM at the Canton Farmers Market, 500 N. Ridge Road
  • Thursday, June 17, from 6:30-8 PM at the Thursday Night LIVE Concert in Heritage Park, located behind 1150 S. Canton Center Road
  • Thursday, August 5, from 6:30-8PM at the Thursday Night LIVE Concert in Heritage Park, located behind 1150 S. Canton Center Road
  • Sunday, August 8, from 9AM-1PM at the Canton Farmers Market, 500 N. Ridge Road

Canton Leisure Services’ revised Master Plan will ultimately serve as a guide in planning for acquisition, development, and improvements to Canton parks, and trails, as well as Leisure Services facilities, programs, and services over the next five years.

Members of the Canton community are invited to submit comments at the Master Plan Open Houses or online at www.cantonfun.org. For more information, visit www.cantonfun.org or call Leisure Services Director Greg Hohenberger at 734-394-5360.

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Discover Michigan’s premier cultural and natural attractions using your Canton Library card.

The Michigan Activity Pass (MAP), presented by The Library Network, is a partnership between Michigan libraries and hundreds of Michigan state parks, historic sites, cultural attractions, campgrounds, and recreation areas.

Library patrons can access hundreds of participating institutions by visiting the Michigan Activity Pass website to print or download a pass to their mobile device. Some partners offer complimentary or reduced price admission; others, discounts in their gift shop or other exclusive offers for MAP pass holders only. Each Michigan Activity Pass expires one week from the date it is printed or downloaded.

As of May 1, thirteen metroparks, including Delhi Metropark in Ann Arbor and Lower Huron Metropark in Belleville, are now included in MAP passes.            

Here is just a small sample of places that are open and waiting for you:                                   

  • Plymouth Historical Museum
  • Plymouth Community Arts Council
  • Maybury State Park
  • Mill Race Historical Village
  • Yankee Air Museum
  • Proud Lake Recreation Area
  • Cranbrook Art Museum
  • Detroit Institute of Arts
  • Michigan Science Center
  • Pinckney Recreation Area
  • Troy Historical Village
  • Longway Planetarium
  • Gilmore Car Museum
  • Howell Nature Center

For the latest information before visiting, check out MAP’s Facebook page.