Summer Hours: (Memorial Day through Labor Day) Monday-Thursday: 9 A.M. – 8 P.M. Friday: 9 A.M. – 5 P.M. Saturday-Sunday: CLOSED

With activities such as beach ball volleyball, sandcastle competitions, and water balloon toss, we’ll have all the fun of the beach at the library. Free sunglasses and frozen treats for participants while supplies last. This event is for tweens going into grades 5 through 8 and no registration is required.

With the longer days, warmer weather, and plenty of hours of natural light, summer can be the perfect time to get into a good book, whether you’re a year-round reader or not! This summer, join the Summer Reading Challenge and earn some fun prizes while you’re enjoying all those great books. Children, teens, and adults can register and track their reading on ReadSquared, or stop by the library to get a paper reading log.

Hike a path lined by pages of a book on the Library grounds. Participants of the Library’s Summer Reading Challenge can earn points toward your summer reading goal.

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Pandemic Response Level

By entering, you acknowledge you are not experiencing COVID-19 related symptoms. If you are, do not enter.  You may call the library and request curbside service for some transactions.

Per the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services mask order of February 16, 2022 and on current conditions, MDHHS is expiring the Public Health Advisory on Masking in many Indoor Public Settings

Since social distancing is still important, librarians may choose to assist patrons remotely from the public service desk who need computer assistance and in-person programs may have reduced capacity.

If you have questions or concerns, please call the library at (586) 445 – 5407.


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