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 Reference/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 links 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 to online services and content only.  The button is in the top right corner of your screen (or just up there at the top with the other buttons, if you are on your phone.)  New accounts only.  Non-residents pay a non-resident fee: $15 for three months or $50 for a full year.  We are working to get online fee payment up and running and should have that option available soon.

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, Trendnet638, is available outside the library and requires no log-in.

Contact the library at, by leaving voicemail at 517-486-2858, or by leaving a message or post on our Facebook page.

Stay safe.  Stay well.


Did you know?

The password you set up when you got your library card is what you use to access online services when the service asks for a PIN. We can reset your PIN to the default if you've forgotten it. We cannot retrieve your password. Sometimes, depending on the service, it's a two-step process. Step One: you will use your library card number (the barcode on the back) and possibly your PIN (password) to unlock access to registration for the service. Then, Step Two, you sign up for the service with a login or username (often an email) and a password you create. If you have any questions, have forgotten your password, or are getting messages about access denial, send an email to Or message us on FB or call 517-486-2858 and leave a message.