November 28, 2020
November 21, 2020
Due to the rapid rise in COVID-19 cases in Michigan, MDHHS Emergency Order MLC 333.2253 has prompted us to alter our services temporarily. Beginning November 18, 2020, the library will offer Curbside (Take-Out) Services only. You can call the library
Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday
11:00am to 4:00pm at
and speak with a librarian or place an order or place an order online and you will be notified when your order is ready for pick-up. You can also come to the library and ring the doorbell–a librarian will take your order and fill it while you wait in your car. If you need other services like faxes, copies, or computer time, call and speak with us or ring the doorbell during staffed hours and we will try to accommodate your requests.
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.