Current Hours:
M-F: 9a-6p
Sat: 9a-2p
Sun: Closed

If you have a Spring Lake District Library card, you’re on your way to borrowing books, DVDs, audiobooks, and more or accessing online resources and downloads.  If you don’t have a card yet, find out how to get one today.

123 E. Exchange Street
Spring Lake, MI 49456

616-846-5770
ContactUs@sllib.org

Can’t make it into the library?  All of our eBook & eAudiobook downloads are available from anywhere with an internet connection.

Exam Proctoring

We are happy to provide exam proctoring services for the public. The library does not require students who need proctoring to be residents or cardholders and there is no fee to have exams proctored. The Library will proctor both written and online exams and staff will enforce any instructions or requirements from the institution.

Please email exam proctoring requests to reference@sllib.org.

Meeting, Conference, and Study Rooms

Community organizations and other groups are welcome to request space in one of our meeting rooms for their events. Meeting rooms are free of charge during library hours. To request use of a room, please complete the online request form or stop in to fill out a form. A member of the library staff will contact you to confirm the date and time of your meeting as well as any equipment needed.

Click here for Meeting Room Policies and Procedures.

On a first-come-first-served basis, we have 2 private study rooms available for public use.  Use of the study rooms is limited to 2 hours per person or group per day. Study room #1 can hold 3 people maximum, study room #2 can hold 4 people maximum.

Meeting and Conference - Program Room

Baird Program Room

The Baird Program Room is the largest gathering room at the library. It can fit up to 100 people comfortably or be divided into two separate rooms, each with its own audiovisual system. The room is accessed through the library’s lobby and features a small kitchenette for the preparation of light refreshments. Wired and wireless microphones as well as a telecoil loop for the hearing impaired can be requested when using this room.

Meeting and Conference - Local History

Local History Room

The Local History Room seats 8 around a conference table with room for a few extra chairs. The room is near the adult reference and nonfiction sections. A speakerphone for conference calls and a flat screen TV can be made available in this room.

The Green Room

Formerly known as the Technology Lab, the Green Room can comfortably fit around 10 people. The tables and chairs can be set up to your preference and there is a projector and screen available for use.

Study Rooms

On a first-come-first-served basis, we have 2 private study rooms available for public use.  Use of the study rooms is limited to 2 hours per person or group per day. Study room #1 can hold 3 people maximum, study room #2 can hold 4 people maximum.

Equipment

The following equipment can be made available for your group’s use in the Program Room, Local History Room, or Green Room:

  • DVD player
  • VHS player
  • Standard overhead projector
  • Standard slide projector
  • Digital projector
  • Wireless internet access
  • Dry erase whiteboard