Beginning June 22, masks are no longer required to be worn at Loutit District Library. You may continue to wear a mask in the building if desired and masks will be provided to those who request them. LDL respects all personal choices in regards to mask wearing. […]
Loutit District Library is pleased to announce that we are expanding services. Evening hours are offered on Mondays and Tuesdays until 8 PM. Study rooms will be available on a first come, first served basis with a two hour, two person limit for each room. Computers for kids and teens are available with a [...]
Summer Reading 2021 June 7 -- July 30 One Program -- All Ages Sign up for our E-Newsletter to be reminded to log your reading beginning June 7! You can go anywhere in the pages of a book. Why not take your imagination on a trip this summer with Loutit District Library? We’re encouraging everyone to [...]
Loutit District Library is excited to announce the official Lakeland Library Cooperative app which is available to download in the Apple App Store, or on Google Play for Android. Take the library with you wherever you go! Features Enjoy quick access to the library's online catalog and place holds with ease. Link multiple library cards into one app [...]
Grand Haven was founded in 1834 by Rev. William Ferry. The town is nestled along the shores of Lake Michigan and the mouth of the Grand River. Rev. Ferry picked this location because of its proximity to the water, as it was an important mode of transportation during that time. The residents know [...]
In July 2020, Loutit District Library signed the Urban Libraries Council's Statement on Race and Social Equity. The library joins 7 out of 397 other public libraries in Michigan in an ongoing commitment to social equity. In order to sign the statement, staff were required to answer the following questions. Reference & Information Librarian Ben Knight provided [...]
OUR STATEMENT Loutit District Library's mission statement is Expanding Horizons. Enriching Minds. Engaging Community. With this in mind, we are committed to exploring race relations as a library and as a community. In that spirit, we will be sharing resources to help increase understanding of race relations in the wider context of the protests surrounding [...]
Loutit staff have been working hard to identify resources to help the community through these trying times. Click here to find the support you need. We'll continue to add to this list as we discover other helpful institutions and solutions to this community crisis.