• Yack & Yarn Group

    Selected Wednesdays @ 5:45 pm

     The Yack and Yarn Group meets every other Wednesday from 5:45 until 7:45 pm. Bring projects you are working on or those you are having trouble with: maybe we can help! Fall meeting dates are: September 11 & 25, October 9 & 23, November 6 & 20. 

  • Adult Craft Night: Altered Books

    August 26 @ 5:30 pm

    Artist Sandra Wilcox will guide us through the process of making altered books. This is a great way to show your creative side with the use of paper, paint, and a variety of craft items to transform books into works of art. All supplies are provided but space is limited, so please register by stopping in or calling 810-724-8043.

  • D & D Nite for Teens and Adults

    September 5, October 2, November 7 @ 5:00 PM

    Wanted: brave souls to embark on a Dungeon Quest,
    no experience required!

    Those fearless few who choose to join will follow the careful guidance of our DM (Dungeon Master) as he skillfully leads us through a simple, fast paced dungeon filled with obstacles, dangers, and adventures galore. Previous attendance is not required! Space is limited so reserve your spot today by stopping in or calling 810 724-8043.
  • Trick or Treating @ the Library

    October 31, 6:00 - 8:00 pm

    Do you live way out in the "boonies"? Lost so far in the trees that trick or treaters pass you by? Well, here's your chance to enjoy the best part of Halloween with a little help from your library! We are offering space on our own lawn along the sidewalk for out of city residents to hand out treats and enjoy the night. Please bring your own candy and chairs and don't forget to dress for the weather. Space is limited so please stop in or call 810-724-8043 to reserve your spot. 
  • The History of Tiger Stadium: A Love Letter to Baseball at Michigan & Trumbull

    September 30 @ 6:00 pm

    Lifelong Michigan resident Doc Fletcher has written nine books about the joys of canoeing and kayaking rivers in our Great Lakes State. He moves to dry land for his latest work, The History of Tiger Stadium, which honors the "Cathedral at the Corner," the now lost and much beloved ballpark. Join us for this engaging talk about the special place from which we have cheered on our Detroit Tigers. While the structure is gone, the memories remain!

  • Teen Craft: Halloween Earrings/Keychains

    October 21 @ 4:00 pm

    Halloween is coming: let's get in the spirit by making some adorable perler bead earrings shaped like ghosts! Don't let the earring part turn you away; we can easily make them into a keychain too. Supplies are free but limited so save your spot by stopping in or calling 810-724-8043. 

  • Holiday Hair Help for Teens

    November 21 @ 5:30 pm

    The holidays are coming and that means parties, dances, and family get-togethers: are you sure your hair is photo ready? Grondin's College of Cosmetology is here to save the day! They will come packin' with the newest styles and the tools to do the job. There is no charge, but space is limited so please stop in or call 810-724-8043 to save your seat. 

  • 2nd Annual Hobbit Walk @ the Attica Township Park

    September 21 @ 11:00 am

    Let's celebrate Hobbits, the merry, steadfast, short-statured characters created by J.R.R. Tolkien. In honor of the six month trek endured by Frodo and Samwise, wear your Hobbit finery and join us for a mile long meander around the paved pathway at the Attica Township Park. Afterward, we'll return to our library "Hobbit hole" for crafts and snacks, and we'll wrap up with a special sword demonstration by Brendon Kreiner of the MSU Extension Office at 12:30, to really get us in the battle spirit!

  • Home: Safe & Confident

    September 28 @ 11:30 am

    Staying at home for the first time is a big milestone in a child's life, but sometimes there can be anxous moments about all the things that could happen. Well, set those fears aside! Your library is joining forces with the Lapeer County EMS and the Imlay City Fire and Police Departments to talk about some of these possibilities and give you the confidence to deal with things if the worst should happen. Kids in 4th, 5th, or 6th grades are welcome (parents are too) and lunch will be provided. Please sign up by stopping in or calling 810-724-8043. 

  • Pumpkin Decorating Contest

    October 1 - 30

    Forget the mess, decorate it best: that's our thoughts on pumpkin decorating, here at the library! Stop by for your foam pumpkin entry, take it home, and decorate it however you want with anything you like (maybe glitter, paint, or stickers?) When it's perfect, bring it back to the library to be entered in the public voting from October 23 to 30. The winner gets a fresh baked pumpkin pie from the Achatz Pie Company in Armada, and will be notified on Halloween!

  • Halloween Story Nite

    October 10 @ 6:00 pm

    The air is crisp, the leaves are changing, and it's time for wee ghosties and ghoulies to dress up for trick or treating! But before the big night gets here, join the fun as we share several great stories about Halloween and finish up with some spooky fun crafts.

  • Ruth Hughes' Birthday

    October 24

    On this day in 1898 (that's 121 years ago!) our namesake and benefactress, Ms. Ruth E. Hughes, was born. Drop by the library all day for a sweet treat to celebrate this sweet lady!

  • Tree House Travels: Dinosaurs Before Dark

    November 25, 6:00 pm

    Let's celebrate DiNovember with Jack and Annie on another adventure! We're going back to the Mesozoic Era to learn about dinosaurs through crafts, activities, and games. It's sure to be a dino-mite night!

  • Storytime

    Join us for Storytime, our beloved times of the week where stories are shared, songs are sung, ASL is learned, friendships are made, and silliness happens! Check the calendar or the Children's tab on the website for dates, times, and themes.

Attica Branch Closing for Building Repairs

Beginning Monday August 12

The Attica Branch library will be closed beginning Monday August 12 for some unexpected repairs. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, and we encourage our Attica patrons to visit our Imlay City branch in the meantime. We will post updates about the reopening as soon as we have the details.  

Job Opportunity

Library Page

The library is looking to hire one to two pages (materials shelvers.) Please click here for the job posting. 

Book Sale

August 19 - 24

Don't be left without a good book on your summer vacation! Join us for our basement book sale and stock up on some great reads for the sunny season. Monday through Wednesday will be regular book sale prices; while Thursday through Saturday you can fill a bag with books for just $5.00. 

Seasonal Newsletter

The summer newsletter is now available online and at the front desks. Click here for all the details!