Find Your Super Powers at Chelsea District Library

Dash to the Chelsea District Library in September and join the Incredibles for American Library Association’s National Library Card Sign Up Month. Be one of the first 200 patrons to sign up for their very first CDL library card in September and receive a special Incredibles library card along with a chance to win a Kindle Fire® 7 tablet.

Children must be able to sign their name to be eligible for a library card. Current cardholders can purchase a special Incredibles library card for $2 while supplies last.

A CDL library card is the key to finding super powers. It unlocks a vast array of products and services. Not only access to a constantly updated collection of books, video games, movies, music and e-books, CDL provides so much more.

Stretch your imagination. A library card provides access to nontraditional items like zoo and park passes, mobile Wi-Fi hotspots, 3D printers, low vision equipment, and unusual items such as a metal detector from the CDL garage.

The library also opens the door to fun activities for all ages. Youth programs such as Babytime and Storytime offer parents and their little ones an opportunity to learn important reading skills as well as a place to socialize. Teens find a place to gather at That Thursday Thing and book clubs.  Programs for adults include educational workshops, musical programming, book clubs, and special events like the CDL Song Fest. Whether it is Rockin’ on the Farm this fall or entering the No-Carve Pumpkin Decorating Contest, the entire family will have fun and learn new things at the Chelsea District Library.

Owning a CDL library card can also help you power into the school year. “CDL is an amazing resource for students of all ages. From digital collections to tech training and online homework help, there’s really something for everyone, and it’s all yours with a library card,” remarks CDL director, Lori Coryell.

For more information on how to sign up for a library card, visit the Chelsea District Library in person or go online to

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Seth Kinker

Reporter/Digital Media for The Sun Times News

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