Monthly Archives: March 2019

No Fooling, Automatic Renewal Begins April 1st

Automatic renewal will take effect for items due beginning on April 1, 2019. Therefore, courtesy notices sent by the system on Friday, March 29 will be the first group of items renewed with automatic renewal enabled. The total number of allowed renewals will not change. Automatic renewals are NOT in addition to manual renewals, the [...]

New Online Catalog

Why has the library catalog changed? Whether you remember the days when you could find a book using the library’s card catalog or you have always been looking for your favorite stories using a computer, it can be difficult to learn new ways to find items.  This guide has been created to assist you in [...]

Music by the Fireplace: Folias Duo

Come enjoy your Sunday afternoon with music by our fireplace. This month's performer: Folias Flute and Guitar Duo.  Sunday, April 7 at 3:00 pm.

Retirement Celebration for Claire Sheridan

The Spring Lake District Library Board of Trustees and staff invite you to attend a retirement celebration in honor of Claire Sheridan's 43 years of service to Spring Lake District Library. The celebration will be held on Thursday, March 28, 4-6 pm with remarks and presentations at 5 pm.

Kids Dance Class

Join Steph Rau of Steph's Steps as she leads a dance class for kids ages 6-9. Please register each child individually, registration limited to 15 children. Wednesday, April 3 at 11:00 am.

Preschool Dance Class

Join Steph Rau of Steph's Steps as she leads a dance class for preschoolers. Please register each child (ages 3-5) individually, registration limited to 15 children. Wednesday, April 3 at 10:00 am.

Kids’ Open Art Café

Help us empty out the craft cupboards! Come let your imagination run wild by making art projects with our supplies. Bring a friend! Monday, April 1 at 2:00 pm.

Refugee & Resistance: Speaker Guy Stern

Guy Stern was born in Hildesheim, Germany in 1922. He was 11 years old when Hitler came to power and 13 years old as the world began closing in on him and all the Jews of Germany because of the Nuremburg Laws. Slowly the Jews of Germany were being separated out of German society and [...]