Author Visit: Karen Dionne

Come to the library on Wednesday, May 16 at 7pm, for a presentation and book signing by Michigan Notable author Karen Dionne. Karen is the author of the international best-selling psychological suspense novel The Marsh King's Daughter. She has been honored by the Michigan Humanities Council as a Humanities Scholar for her body of work. [...]

Cutting the Cable Cord

Are you considering cutting the cable TV cord? Come to the library to learn about all of the alternatives to paying for a cable TV subscription.  There’s a variety of online content providers that allow you to stream television and movies on demand. On Friday, May 11 at 10am, we’ll be discussing what you need to take advantage of [...]

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Cancer Therapy Advancements

Interested in learning how cancer is being combated? Rachael Sheridan, Ph.D. will be at the library on Wednesday, April 11, at 7pm to share the latest information about cancer therapies. She is the manager of the Flow Cytometry Core Facility at the Van Andel Research Institute.

Spring Is Coming

Are you ready to start this year’s garden? Join us on Tuesday, March 27 at 7pm for cutting-edge gardening advice about preparing your landscape for the season ahead.  Horticulturalist and author Stacey Hirvela of Spring Meadow Nursery will talk to us about how to get the most out of your garden including: Recognizing cold damage [...]

Library Closed

The library will be closed Sunday, April 16. We will re-open at 9:30am on Monday, April 17. As always our website and library catalog are open even when the building is closed.  You can also download eBooks, eAudiobooks, and more from OverDrive, hoopla, and our other online resources. A wonderful weekend to everyone!

Please Excuse Our Dust!

On Monday, April 17, work will begin to replace the library’s roof.  We’re excited to have a new, leak free roof, but there will be a few weeks of inconveniences first.  We apologize for all in advance. While work on the roof is happening, part of the library’s parking lot will be fenced off to [...]

Fine Amnesty Week

Some of us have amazing memories for due dates and deadlines.  Some of us…maybe aren’t as talented in that regard.  If you fall into the latter category, never fear!  All those late fines that have sneaked their way onto your card? You can take care of them during Fine Amnesty at the library. How does [...]

Opinions Requested!

Thank you for your participation! If you or your family participated in our Summer Reading Clubs this summer, we'd like to hear from you!  The surveys should only take a few minutes, and your time is greatly appreciated. Kids & Teen Reading Club Survey: On Your Mark, Get Set, Read! Adult Reading Club Survey: Summertime & the [...]

Explore Farm to Table Food

Enjoy the fruits of the farm to table movement on Tuesday, August 16 at 6:30pm.  Chef Jamie Paquin will demonstrate her recipes for Market Fresh Salad and Roasted Vegetables with Romesco Sauce, both made with only the freshest ingredients from local farms.  Chef Paquin will share cooking tips and techniques during the demonstration as well [...]

Ups and Downs of Lake Michigan Fishing

What’s in the future of fishing Lake Michigan? The decline of Chinook salmon has been well-documented in the media, but does that mean the best years of catching these fish are over?  On Thursday, July 28 at 7pm, join Dr. Dan O’Keefe to talk about what the coming years hold for Lake Michigan fishing. Dr. [...]