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Almont District Library

Almont District Library Celebrating 100 Years!

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It has the most up to date information for Michigan residents and their families. It is updated daily.

The library building may be closed but our e-library is always opened! Check out Overdrive button on the right hand side of this page. 

Dear Patrons,

As recommended by the Michigan Library Association, we have made the very difficult decision to close the library beginning today March 16th until further notice in order to help mitigate the spread of the Coronavirus. The health and safety of our staff, their families, and the community is our top priority. During this closure there are a few things I need you to be aware of:

Requested Materials:  If you have already requested an items(s) and it is currently at the library we will contact you by phone and you will be able to pick up your item(s) at our curbside checkout between 12pm and 2pm. This service begins today and will run through Friday March 20th ONLY. We ask that you call the library at (810)798-3100 when you arrive, and that you keep your interactions brief with our staff while they bring your items to your car.

Future Borrowing:  Starting today March 16th all borrowing privileges have been suspended and no requests will be taken.

E-books and Audiobooks can still be checked out on Overdrive. If you have any issues at checkout please give us a call at (810)798-3100 or email us at and we will try to resolve the issue within 24hrs.

Returns:  Please do not return materials to the library, our book return is closed. Rest assured, overdue fines will not be charged. All due dates have currently been extended until April 13th. In the meantime, please store your items in a safe location until we re-open.

Myself and another staff member will be in the library for limited hours throughout the week. Please feel free to call us or leave a voice message if you have any concerns or questions.

Please take care of yourself, check on the elderly in your neighborhoods, and stay safe.

Kay E. Hurd