Open to the Public Since 1894
206 S. Spring St.Harbor Springs, MI 49740
The dedicated staff at the Harbor Springs Library is proud to offer a wide variety of services and of course, great books. The library offers free access to public computers, WiFi, printing services, tech support, magazines and newspapers, interesting programs, and an interlibrary loan system called MelCat. A patron came in the other day asking, “What is MelCat?” Terrific question! MelCat stands for Michigan Electronic Library Catalog. If any book, movie, periodical, audiobook, or musical recording is available at another Michigan library, we can order it and have it shipped to Harbor Springs just for you. The library is thrilled to be partnering again with the Crooked Tree Arts Center by hosting the Summer Library Friends Lecture Series. For more information, visit the CTAC website: www.crookedtree.org. These popular afternoon lectures fill quickly, please purchase your tickets today.
A perennial favorite, summer story-time for children ages 3-6, is every Wednesday at 10:30 am. Bring a friend and join the fun.
Stephen King’s Finders Keepers - A masterful suspense novel about a reader whose obsession with a reclusive writer goes too far—a book about the power ofstorytelling, starring the same trio of unlikely and winning heroes King introduced in Mr. Mercedes.
Jane Smiley’s Early Warning - This book opens in 1953 with the Langdon family at a crossroads. Their stalwart patriarch, Walter, who with his wife, Rosanna, sustained their farm for three decades, has suddenly died, leaving their five children, now adults, looking to the future.
Primates of Park Avenue by Wednesday Martin - Like an urban Dian Fossey, Wednesday Martin decodes the primate social behaviors of Upper East Side mothers in a brilliantly original and witty memoir about her adventures assimilating into that most secretive and elite tribe.The Martian by Andy Weir - After a dust storm nearly kills him and forces his crew to evacuate while thinking him dead, Mark Watney, the first man on Mars, finds himself stranded and completely alone with no way to even signal Earth that he’s alive—and even if he could get word out, his supplies would be gone long before a rescue could arrive.
Dave Barry’s new book, Live Right and Find Happiness - Dave Barry has learned much of wisdom* and he is eager to pass it on—to the next generation, the generation after that, and to those idiots who make driving to the grocery store in Florida a death-defying experience. (*actual wisdom not guaranteed)
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