The building may be closed, but your library is still open for business!
New online services, programming and access opportunities
Free with your library card or new, online-only UN-CARD:
- Find new content at the Media on Demand tab from RBDigital and Kanopy., along with all the existing content from Woodlands Downloadable Library (OverDrive/Libby), Freegal music, and Hoopla.
- At the Refernce/Instruction tab, find links to local, national, and international newspapers at Access World News, learn a foreign language at Mango Languages, and research your family tree at America's Genealogy Bank.
Find streaming programming from our own Dixie Andres on the Schultz-Holmes Memorial Libary Facebook page under the Social Media/Activities tab.
Also find tlinks to the free online entertainment, education, and activities we've discovered on our Facebook page.
If you don't have a library card, apply for the UN-CARD, an account for access only to online services and content. The button is in the top right corner of your screen. New accounts only. Non-residents pay a non-resident fee.
The library building remains closed until further notice due to the Governor's Executive Order. Because of the closing, we have no circulation of materials, including inter-library loan, and no in-person programming.
The library public wifi network, Trendnet, is available outside the library and requires no log-in.
Contact the library at email@example.com, by leaving voicemail at 517-486-2858, or by leaving a message or post on our Facebook page.
Stay safe. Stay well.