• Yack & Yarn Group

    May 13, 27 @ 6:00 pm

     The Yack and Yarn Group meets every other Wednesday at 6:00 pm. Bring projects you are working on or those you are having trouble with: maybe we can help! 
     
    A photograph of skeins of yarn, many colors.
     
  • Storytime CANCELLED through April 30


    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.

    An illustration of an open book with letters of the alphabet flying out and around it.
  • Bubbles & Stories at the Attica Historical Museum

    May 16, 11:30 am - 2:00 pm

    Join us as we celebrate the grand re-opening of the newly renovated Attica Historical Museum! From 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Attica Township staff will be providing refreshments, bounce houses, fire trucks, and more. The library will host a special Bubbles Storytime at the museum at 11:30 am, complete with bubble painting, and we'll finish up with Ron the Bubbleman and his Mesmerizing Mammoth Bubbles at 12:30 pm. 
    Woman in background (Gloria) and man in foreground (Ron the Bubbleman) surrounded by bubbles with children watching


     
  • Coach Delisa: Find Your Direction in Your Quiet

    May 11 @ 6:00 pm

    Join us for a special evening with Coach Delisa Deavenport as she teaches us a technique to use quiet to tap into the subconscious mind, finding your inner truth, direction, purpose, and joy in life. Delisa is the founder of Healthy Evolutions coaching company and has worked for United Way and Catholic Social Services. 
    Image of the human head with speech bubble for brain saying Peace of Mind
  • Let There Be Lightsabers Crafternoon

    May 4 @ 4:00 pm

    Happy Star Wars Day, may the "Fourth" be with you! Whether you side with the Sith or the Jedi, these perler bead light sabers are just the thing to show the world that you love that galaxy far, far away. Make a pair of earrings to get you through rebel meetings like Leia, or hang your keychain on the keys to your X-Wing like Luke! All supplies are provided but space is limited so stop in or call 810-724-8043 to reserve your spot today. 

    Crossed red and blue lightsabers
  • Dungeons & Dragons

    May 14, 28 @ 5:00 pm

    Elves, Orcs, Barbarians, and Bards, answer the call! Have you played D&D in the past, or wanted to try it out for the first time? Then this is the just the night for you! Our DM (Dungeon Master) will skillfully lead us through a map teeming with surprises and adventures alike. Bring a character ready made, or let us help you create your character: we are happy to assist! Whether you are a teen or an adult, sign-up is required so stop in or call 810-724-8043 to reserve your spot today. 
     
    Set of 7 black and white game dice
  • Free Comic Book Day

    May 2, all day-CANCELLED

    Free Comic Book Day is being rescheduled internationally for later in the summer, so stay tuned for the new date to celebrate with us the magical world of comics!


    Look: up in the sky! It's a bird, it's a plane, no, it's Free Comic Book Day, back for its 18th year and better than ever! Comics and crafts are available on a first come, first served basis so grab your cape, your utility belt, your lasso of truth, whatever super object you love best, and get to the library! (For anyone who can't make it to the library that day: if there are any remaining comics and crafts, we'll make them available on Monday, so please call or stop by.)

    Logo for Free Comic Book Day
  • Dizzy Dragons

    May 20 @ 6:00 pm

    Did you notice the amazing planets that decorated the walls of the library during last year's Summer Reading Program? We sure did! So, we thought we'd invite everyone again, to help decorate the library and get us ready for Summer Reading 2020, this time with dragons! Design your dragon and then choose to leave it over the summer or take it home (or make two and do both!)

    cartoon purple dragon breathing fire


Library Closed Through April 30


The library is now closed through April 30 to try and help contain the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus. Please watch our Facebook page for further updates, and stay safe and well at home as much as possible.

Even though we are closed, our digital library is still open: check out ebooks, audiobooks, movies, comic books, and music albums through our Overdrive and Hoopla services. Get started here: Digital Downloads.

Tax Forms/Instructions


As of this afternoon, the library has the following tax forms/instructions:
 
Federal 1040/1040-SR Forms & Instructions
MI 1040 Forms & Instructions
MI 1040CR Homestead Property Tax Credit Claim Form
MI 1040CR-7 Home Heating Credit Claim Forms & Instructions 
 
Library staff can print any other forms/instructions for .10¢ a page, but we ask that you please have the names/titles ready upon request.
 
We will keep updating via Facebook and our website as other forms arrive.


Michigan tax information can be accessed on the state website here.
Federal tax information can be accessed on the IRS website here.

Your Library @ the Imlay City Farmer's Market


Stacks of paperback books with their spines visible.

Visit the library booth at the Imlay City Farmer's Market on the third Thursday of the month, weather permitting, from May to October, 12:00 - 2:00 pm. Shop our collection of books and assorted book-themed crafts for sale while you browse the market's fruits, veggies, and flowers.

Seasonal Newsletter

Spring 2020

Click here to see the spring newsletter, for March, April, and May. 
 
An illustration of an old fashioned typewriter with a paper coming out of it with with the word 'newspaper' written in red.