• Read 2 a Dog

    April 1, May 6 @ 6:00 PM


    Prepare for a 'tail wagging' reading extravaganza as Rein the Dog and her dad help us 'paw' our way to becoming better readers. It's not 'ruff!' All you have to do is sign up for one of the 15 minute sessions, grab a book, cuddle up and read! Reading to Rein can help your child gain more confidence in his or her reading ability and change reading from a chore to a delight!

    Call 810-724-8043 to register.   
  • Tree House Travels

    April 8 @ 6:00 pm


    Fans of the Magic Tree House series will remember all the fun that Jack and Annie had as they traveled to different places and times. Well, buckle up because now it’s our turn! Join the fun as we explore some of the same places Jack and Annie went to through crafts, games, and activities. We’ll visit Viking times on March 11, based on the book Viking Ships at Sunrise, and the American Civil War period, based on the book Civil War on Sunday, on April 8 (with special guests the Michigan 15th Reenactment Troop!)


     
  • 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! The dates that we will be meeting are:  March 27, April 10 & 24, May 8 & 22.
     
     
  • Adult Spring Craft Night

    May 20 @ 6:30 pm


    We will be making something special for the garden at our seasonal adult craft night.  Join us for the fun and inspire your creative side!  All supplies are provided, but space is limited so please register at the library or by calling 810 -724-8043.
  • T(w)een Crafternoon: Dragon Eggs

    April 18 @ 3:00 pm

    "WHERE ARE MY DRAGONS?!" HERE, AT THE LIBRARY! Mothers and fathers of dragons, gather at the library where, using simple office supplies, we'll create our own dragon eggs the likes of which have been unseen in the Seven Kingdoms for a thousand years! Supplies are free but limited, so reserve your spot today by stopping in or calling 810-724-8043.

  • D&D Nite for Teens and Adults

    May 2 @ 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 character creation and then a simple, fast paced dungeon filled with obstacles, dangers, and adventures galore. Space is limited so reserve your spot today by stopping in or calling 810-724-8043.



     
  • Let's Make a Mess!

    April 24, May 15 @ 6:00 pm

    Calling all artists: let's make a mess! Wear your favorite "messy" clothes because things could get wild as we find our creative inspiration with help from Imlay City Schools' own art teacher extraordinaire, Jill Campbell. We'll mess around with Paint on April 24 and String on May 15.  
     
  • Stuffed Animal Sleepover

    March 28 - 29

    Bring your loved stuffed animals for an overnight sleepover at the library! Stuffed animal drop off is from 5:30 - 7:00 pm on March 28. We'll start by giving each stuffy a name tag, then attendees can listen to a bedtime story followed by tuck in and lights out, and that's when the fun begins! Pickup is the following morning, March 29 at 11:00 am. Over a light breakfast we'll review all the photos and see what our friends got up to in the night!

  • Blender Bike Smoothies

    April 22, 1:00 - 6:00 pm

    This year for Earth Day, experience Blender Bikes, the tastiest bit of self-sustained energy that you're ever likely to encounter! Earth warriors young and old can use the equipment loaned to us by the United Dairy Industry of Michigan. We'll provide a few simple ingredients, you'll provide the pedal power, and after a few turns of the bicycle wheels, voila: a healthy, delicious smoothie powered by you!


March is Reading Month: Frequent Reader Club


Help us celebrate March is Reading Month in style this year! During the month of March, stop in to the library at least eight times to be entered into a drawing for a grand prize. Participants will receive an old fashioned 'due date' card, and will bring that each time they visit for library staff to stamp. Eight stamps and you're in the drawing! As always, thank you for loving YOUR library!

Tax Forms & Instructions

Federal & State

It's that time of year again, tax time! See below for forms available at the library.

If you need anything outside of what is listed below, please have the names of the forms ready, and they can be printed for $.10 a page.
 
1040 Forms & Instructions
MI-1040 Forms & Instructions
MI-1040 CR-7 Forms & Instructions
MI-1040 CR Forms
 
Please see the links below to access anything you need online from the state website and/or the federal website.

State tax forms and instructions can be found here.

Federal tax forms and instructions can be found here

Book Sale

May 4 - 11

Grab some new material at another one of our quarterly book sales: fiction, non-fiction, children's/YA, biographies, AV material, and much more. Don't be left without a book or two to read!
 

Seasonal Newsletter


The spring newsletter is now available online, with print copies expected soon. Check out all that's "hoppening" at the library this spring: click here!