The library will be closed for Labor Day on Monday, September 3.
On January 29th with the full Board of Trustees and two Officials from the USDA, we closed on our 6.5 million dollar Rural Development loan to begin the construction of our Library Improvement Project! We want to thank you all for being patient and excited throughout this process. Starting today, Tuesday, January 30th, the driveway entrance […]
Announced January 23rd at the Allegan City Council Meeting along with a $130,000 donation to the City of Allegan, the gift will fund the Perrigo Learning Lab for children and the Perrigo STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, Math) Lab for teens. Each area of the STREAM Lab will encourage creative thinking through interactive activities […]
See us on WWMT Channel 3 News: Allegan District Library adds robots and 3D printers to its shelves and Allegan County News: allegan-district-library-unveils-robots-tech-stem-programs
Looking for a way to relieve some stress and unwind? Join the Allegan District Library and The Laurels of Sandy Creek for a morning of coloring fun. Supplies and pizza provided, as well as soothing music. Already caught the coloring fever? Feel free to bring your own supplies. Space is limited. Registration required; call 269-673-4625.
Thanks to generous support from the Perrigo Foundation, we are ecstatic to announce our new robotics and tech programming series – ADL Labs! In celebration, we are hosting an open house to “meet & greet” our new tech! Stop in to try Lego Mindstorms, Bloxels, Spheros, Dash and Dots, a 3-D printer, a Chaos Millennium […]
Our regular hours are 10AM to 9PM Wednesday. Thursday, January 4th, we will be open 10AM to 9PM. Friday and Saturday we will be open from 9AM to 5:30PM. We look forward to seeing you.
Youth Services Coordinator (Part-Time) The Allegan District Library is looking for a dynamic, creative, and hardworking person to become a member of our team and serve our community. Join us as the library transitions to a new, larger, library space as part of the ADL Library Improvement Project. Deadline for Application: December 29, 2017 Job […]
Using techniques of forensic genealogy combined with investigative research, historian Chriss Lyon has been able to uncover little known facts about the people and events surrounding the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. Join us as she uncovers Southwestern Michigan’s connection to the Prohibition-era assassinations that took place in “Bloody Chicago”. Space is limited. Registration required; call […]
During the week of October 2, we’ll be offering a Fall Fine Forgiveness program. During this week-long period, late fees of up to $10 per account will be waived on all returned books, CDs, DVDs, and other materials, no matter how long overdue! The forgiveness program is an opportunity for our community members to reconnect […]fines, forgiveness, overdue