Michigan Activity Pass

Michigan Activity Pass!

The Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) presented by The Library Network (TLN) is a statewide partnership that offers enhanced access to recreational, arts, and cultural organizations in Michigan.

MAP is an online program. Library users with a valid library card can print a pass, either from home or at the library, to one of the over 100 participating institutions, including state parks and state recreation areas.. Find out what discoveries await you by going to: http://michiganactivitypass.info. Some cultural 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 within one week from the date it is printed. Each library will have five passes for each of the participating organizations available.

Passes are for one-time use and are not transferable.  The institution will collect the pass when you visit.  Special exhibits may not be covered, and other exclusions may apply.

Each library has access to five passes per week, per participating cultural partner. Passes will be available for checkout by library patrons on Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Please note that on account the pass is good for seven days from the day of checkout, unless a cultural partner is closed or has otherwise specified a "blackout day" when a pass may not be used. Only one MAP pass is available per library card.


From the start page, enter a location in box 1 [for best results, use a zipcode; when entering a city, please input city and state]. In box 3, begin typing and a dropdown menu of library names will appear. Select the appropriate response. Select "get passes" under your desired institution. Available dates will be shown.  Select "request pass." Type in your information. Select "continue" to view and print your pass.

Click here for a map of participating locations.

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The children act : a novelBy McEwan, Ian author.

Ian McEwen is a highly celebrated English writer whose thirteen novels include Atonement. He is adept at exploring the depths of human emotions, particularly the nuances of everyday life gone slightly off kilter. Fiona Maye is a respected High Court judge, presiding over Family Court. The title of the book refers to the 1989 Children Act, which requires the welfare of children are to be the highest concern of any court decision. Fiona’s personal life is coming undone as her husband has recently confronted her with his wish for an open marriage. Fiona focuses on work, where she has a complicated case involving a boy who needs a blood transfusion that has been disallowed by his religious parents. She visits Adam in hospital to complete her case decision, and is fascinated by this young man who shares her passion for music and poetry. Fiona’s ruling in the case sets off an unexpected chain of events that will change all their lives. Also available as an unabridged audio book (BOCD).

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