Patrons could spend a weekend at the Clinton-Macomb Main Library and still not experience all that it has to offer. In addition to the traditional shelves, tables and circulation desk, the two-story building features a fireplace on each floor, a cafe, snack bar and meeting rooms including one that can seat up to 320. The facility also houses a room dedicated to local history, a shop run by the Friends of the Library, automated checkout machines and public access computers. The youth area features a children’s activity room including a story-time alcove, a craft area, puppet stage and computer stations for young kids and their parents to use together. The architectural expression of the building recalls the formality of traditional libraries built across the United States in the early 1900s. The materials are brick and stone with a metal clad hovering roof. The arched entrance is on axis with the main entrance into the site, beckoning the patron from Romeo-Plank Road.