• Computer Classes

    Summer 2017

    Learn some new computer skills this season with a new set of computer classes at the Ruth Hughes Library!  Our list of classes this season include Beginning Computer, iPad 101, Overdrive 101 @ Attica, Beginning Excel, Google Drive, One-on-One Computer Sessions, and Using the Michigan E Library. Click here to see the full list and information. Call 810-724-8043 or stop in today to sign up! 

       
                                                        
  • Fines Forgiveness Day

    June 1

    Start fresh this summer with our fines forgiveness day! Call or stop in anytime during regular library hours to clear overdue fines from your account. 
    Please note: items must be returned first, and fines forgiveness does not cover fees for lost or damaged items, nor does it cover the $10 non-refundable collection agency fee. 


  • Summer Newsletter


    This summer is jam packed with fun stuff to do at the library! Take a look here  at the seasonal newsletter for all the details, or pick up a copy at the front desk. 



Holiday Closing Dates

May 27 & 29

Both branches of the library will be closed May 27 & 29 for the Memorial Day holiday. 

Michigan Kit House

Thursday, June 22, 6:00 p.m.

Join us as Andrew and Wendy Mutch share their knowledge of Michigan Kit Houses.  In 1906, dreams of homeownership for thousands of Americans began on the pages of mail order catalogs.  With and order from Sears Roebuck or Montgomery Ward, these homeowners embarked on the ultimate DIY project - a kit home.

Painterly Pottery

Watercolor Basics & Techniques, July 24, 6:30 p. m.

Painterly Pottery returns with a new workshop all about watercolor, with an emphasis on landscapes and natural elements.  Learn the basics of watercolor painting with a 'Make & Take" project. Registration is required: Call 810 724-8043 to reserve your space.  All materials provided.

Conference Room: Now Available to Businesses


By popular demand, we have revised the policy on Conference Room Use to once again allow access to local small business owners and independent contractors. We hope this change will allow us to better support our local entrepreneurs and work with the city in its efforts to help grow their businesses and develop our community. 

For more information, select the About the Library tab at the top of our website, then click on Library Policies.

Hoopla Digital Library


Hoopla is a digital library of over 500,000 ebooks, audiobooks, comics, music albums, and movies. It has a simple sign-up and easy-to-use interface. There are no "hold list" waits to borrow popular movies, TV shows, albums or audiobooks. And hoopla digital’s automatic return feature eliminates late fees.

Ruth Hughes Library card holders from our district (Imlay City, Imlay Township, and Attica Township) can download the free hoopla digital mobile app on their Android or IOS device or visit hoopladigital.com to get startedFrom our web page, www.ruthhughes.org, click on the hoopla icon, or click here to learn more: hoopla help.

Currently, users can borrow up to 4 items per month. In order to stay within our budget for hoopla, this figure may change from time to time. When the library's daily budgeted amount has been used up, you may be unable to borrow even if you have borrows left on your account. The daily budget resets at the end of the day; simply try again, or browse and save items to your favorites list to check out later.