Pigeon District Library

Wildlife 911 Event

Author and Conservation Officer John Borkovich will be visiting the library on March 21st to share stories of his adventures. He will be bringing examples of wildlife, and copies of his work will be available for purchase during the event. John was hired as a Conservation Officer in 1985 and was given a one-year freelance assignment to work around Michigan. He also served as an adjunct professor at St. Clair County Community College, in the criminal justice department. His book, Wildlife 911, details some of his ventures as a Conservation Officer.

Snow is Falling , Books are Calling

Adult Winter Reading Program to begin January 7th!

The Pigeon District Library will be hosting their annual Adult Winter Reading Program from January 7th - February 8th. The end of the program party is scheduled for Thursday, February 14th. What can you read? Books, Magazines, e-books and inter-loaned books qualify for the program. Items need to be checked out from the Pigeon District Library. If you participate in the Blind Book Read, you may fill out a slip for a drawing to a tea party. A weekly prize will also be given out. Readers must fill out a drawing slip to participate in the drawing. If you have any questions, please contact the library at 543-2341, and ask for Sherry.