January 16, 2021
Beginning January 16, 2021, the library will be open with Covid-19 restrictions in place in accordance with MDHHS Guidelines–we will continue to offer Curbside (Take-Out) Services for patrons as well.
MASKS REQUIRED all masks must cover both mouths and noses.
Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday
11:00am to 4:00pm at
January 12, 2021
The library water well failed last fall and had to be replaced. The total cost of this unexpected expense was $8660. We are currently seeking, donations to pay this bill. Graves Well Drilling Company has generously extended our due date while we work on raising funds. Proceeds from the sales of the Glennie Bicentennial Cookbook, private donations and our Facebook “Go Fund Me” site will help us pay for our new well. The cook book is available for purchase at the library or a few stores in Glennie, like Ace Hardware. All donations are tax deductible and as always, thank you for your generous support!
December 21, 2020
January 9, 2020
Libby by Overdrive has free eBooks and audio books to check out and download –all you need is your Curtis Township Library card after you download the LIBBY app.
The Gutenburg project specializes in out of print classics and some audio books as well:
Bookbub has bargain Books $0-$3.00
Chirp has low cost audio books usually under $5.00
Open Culture has free books, audio books, movies and even some free college courses.
Open Library has books that are free to download, sponsorship available.
January 9, 2020
The Michigan Department of Attorney General invites all Michigan residents to join the fight against illegal robocalls!
Click the logo and spend some time on the robocall web page to learn all you can about illegal robocalls and their scams. Then sign up here to become part of the Robocall Crackdown Team and participate in our resident enforcement program.