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Ironwood Carnegie Library

Events

Please visit this page often to find out the latest information and events that are going on at your public library.

At Your Library, we are working hard to improve our community and engage all people of all ages in the passion for reading, research, and public involvement. We will post the latest news and events on our website to keep you up to date on the information that you will find interesting.

ICL Renovation Projects

First Floor Accessible Restroom Project- thanks to a 2023 grant from the American Library Association, the Friends of the Library, and hundreds of generous Annual Appeal donors, we recently added an accessible restroom on our main level. Special thanks to Paul Buchko for creating the plans for the restroom, and the Nasi Construction for their quick and beautiful work on the project. 

Community Center Project-in February 2024, the library was awarded a $750,000 grant from the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity to assist us in creating space that supports our community in areas such as early childhood literacy, senior services, and workforce development. Check back for updates on our project.

The Ponder Poets

The Ponder Poets are an adult poetry group that meets at 5:30 pm on the third Monday of every

month at the Ironwood Carnegie Library! Come and listen or bring your own poems to share! Check

the calendar for their next meeting!

Diversity Matters Reading Group 

The Ironwood Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Team, developed the Diversity Matters Reading Group to create valuable community conversations regarding diversity, equity, sexual orientation, and inclusion in the Gogebic Range area. The group meets via Zoom conferencing. Links will be sent out prior to each date. Interested in joining? Contact Carol Erickson at cberickson5@gmail.com. Check the calendar for their next meeting!