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Our Library Members
Lakeland Library Cooperative serves 42 public libraries in Allegan, Barry, Ionia, Kent, Montcalm, Muskegon, Newaygo and Ottawa counties.
Allendale Public Library
Alvah N. Belding Memorial Library
Carson City Public Library
Cedar Springs Public Library
Coopersville Area District Library
Croton Township Library
Crystal Community Library
Dorr Township Library
Fennville District Library
Flat River Community Library
Freeport Area District Library
Fremont Area District Library
Fruitport District Library
Gary Byker Memorial Library of Hudsonville
Georgetown Township Public Library
Grand Rapids Public Library - Main Branch
Grant Area District Library
Hackley Public Library
Hastings Public Library
Henika District Library
Hesperia Community Library
Herrick District Library
Home Township Library
Hopkins District Library
Howard Miller Public Library
Ionia Community Library
Kent District Library Service Center
Lake Odessa Community Library
Leighton Township Library
Loutit District Library
Muskegon Area District Library
Newaygo Area District Library
Patmos Public Library
Reynolds Township Library
Salem Township Library
Saranac Clarksville District Library
Saugatuck Douglas District Library
Sparta Carnegie Township Library
Spring Lake District Library
Tamarack District Library
Thornpapple Kellogg Community Library
White Lake Community Library
White Cloud Community Library
The Newsletter And Snapshot Are Back!
We’re excited to announce that we’ve resurrected the monthly newsletter and the monthly data snapshot! Check them out by clicking the buttons below!
Meeting Packets are available here. Please click on a button below. Any applicable Zoom links can be found in the corresponding packet.
We’re operating under a new strategic plan! We have new goals, a new mission, a new mission, and a new logo (see left). Click on the buttons below for more information.
INTELLECTUAL FREEDOM RESOURCES
Lakeland stands in solidarity with the American Library Association, Michigan Library Association, and Library of Michigan in opposing any and all attempts to censor library collections. Click the button to find resources to help your library prepare for and deal with censorship challenges.
MI Right To Read
MI Right to Read is a grassroots coalition of concerned Michigan residents organized by the Michigan Library Association. The coalition opposes any attempts to ban books from Michigan libraries based on content subjectively deemed inappropriate. Its purpose is to educate the public and oppose any legislation that infringes upon First Amendment rights and intellectual freedom.
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