Loutit District Library is located in Grand Haven on the shore of Lake Michigan. LDL is a public library serving the city of Grand Haven, Grand Haven Township, Robinson Township, Ferrysburg, and the part of Port Sheldon Township included in the Grand Haven Public Schools system. Residents and visitors may borrow materials, access wireless Internet, and research local history and genealogy. Check out our classes and Programs for children, teens, and adults. We have something for everyone! Expand your horizon. Enrich your mind.
The first step is to find us!
Occasionally, we look for someone to share our future. Is it you?
We’re a Wi-Fi hotspot! Bring your laptop and enjoy our cozy fireplace or a summer breeze on our covered deck. The computers in our Public Computing Room also offer a free and speedy Internet connection.
Our Library Trustees are our busiest volunteers! See when they meet, what they’ve accomplished, and how it fits with our mission. Library Board meetings are open to the public.
Would you like to see us add a book, magazine, DVD, or CD to our shelves? Here’s your chance.
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What's Your Michigan Library Worth to You? Use this calculator to see your individualized return on investment when you use the library.
Read the interesting history of Grand Haven's Carnegie Library (now the Loutit District Library) from 1914 - 1967.