State Library Council launches Michigan Activity Pass


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BY ANTHONY RIZZO

All Michigan public libraries are partnering with cultural attractions across the state, promoting its diverse history.

The Michigan Activity Pass allows library-users to reserve and print passes to cultural attractions, all over the state.

Things like the Detroit Institute of Art, the Buick Auto Gallery in Flint, and the Children's Museum in Marquette.   

Jim Flury is the Technical Services Manager of the Library Network.

"We recognize that the arts are a valuable resource in the state of Michigan and that Michigan has a lot of really great cultural attraction, cultural institutions. And the fit between libraries and museums justs seemed a natural one." Flury said.

Flury said, the Michigan Activity program kicks off in May.  

He said there are some 400 libraries and 50 cultural attractions on board.  


   
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