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Kalkaska County Library Has Joined TADL

August 22nd, 2014 by


Duluth, GA–August 22, 2014

Kalkaska County Library has gone live on Evergreen as part of the Traverse Area District Library (TADL) system in Michigan.  Kalkaska is the seventh library to join the group.  Equinox handled the migration and also provides support and hosting for TADL.  Kalkaska County Library services almost 12,000 patrons with over 35,000 items.

Jenny LaJeunesse, Equinox Project Manager, had this to say about the migration:  “Teamwork between Kalkaska County Library, the Traverse Area District Library, and Equinox helped Kalkaska to have a smooth transition to becoming part of a shared system.”


About Equinox Software, Inc.

Equinox was founded by the original developers and designers of the Evergreen ILS. We are wholly devoted to the support and development of open source software in libraries, focusing on Evergreen, Koha, and the FulfILLment ILL system. We wrote over 80% of the Evergreen code base and continue to contribute more new features, bug fixes, and documentation than any other organization. Our team is fanatical about providing exceptional technical support. Over 98% of our support ticket responses are graded as “Excellent” by our customers. At Equinox, we are proud to be librarians. In fact, half of us have our ML(I)S. We understand you because we *are* you. We are Equinox, and we’d like to be awesome for you.

For more information on Equinox, please visit

About Traverse Area District Library

The Traverse Area District Library (TADL) is a network of community libraries serving Grand Traverse County and the surrounding area through the Woodmere (Main) Branch, East Bay and Kingsley Branches as well as Member Libraries Fife Lake Public Library, Interlochen Public Library, Peninsula Community Library, and now Kalkaska County Library.

For more information about TADL, please visit

About Evergreen

Evergreen is an award-winning ILS developed with the intent of providing an open source product able to meet the diverse needs of consortia and high transaction public libraries. However, it has proven to be equally successful in smaller installations including special and academic libraries. Today, over 1400 libraries across the US and Canada are using Evergreen including NC Cardinal, SC Lends, and B.C. Sitka.

For more information about Evergreen, including a list of all known Evergreen installations, see

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