The Mission of the Fowlerville District Library is to serve our community by providing programs for all ages and access to information needed for fulfilling the challenges of the day.
Current Home of the Fowlerville District Library
Future Home of Fowlerville District Library
The Fowlerville District Library will be relocating to larger quarters once renovations are completed at the former Curtis Grocery building at 130 Grand Ave. Phase One of the renovations will include all of the space except the northeast corner.
The new space--totaling 10,300 square feet-- will feature a Circulation Desk at the front entrance, public computers on a section of the north wall, staff offices in the northwest area, and a large Program Room and Children's Area on the south side.
The middle area will feature sections for Popular Materials and New Books, an area for Teens, and the Adult Collection.
New amenities include a fireplace and reading area and a dedicated Historical Room.
About Our Library
The Fowlerville District Library's current home at: 131 Mill Street was built in 1970. The Fowlerville District Library serves a diverse population in the Fowlerville School District area, which encompasses more than a dozen townships in Livingston County, Michigan. The library has more than 26,000 books in circulation, and patrons can also choose from a large selection of books on CD , DVDs, and CD's. The library also offers wireless Internet access and Internet-ready computer stations for public use.
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