Just when Grand Haven thought the festival madness was over, the Pirate Festival rolled in for its week of fun beginning Monday.
Ottawa County Treasurer Bradley Slagh is sending out $820,766.85 in checks to nine local libraries from fines collected by Ottawa County’s courts.
Loutit District Library will host an entertaining and informative lecture by author Mike Fornes on Tuesday, Aug. 2 about Michigan's two iconic ships that became known as the "Queen of the Great Lakes."
Loutit District Library will be closed Friday, Aug. 5 for the Coast Guard Festival Craft Fair, and Saturday, Aug. 6 for the Grand Parade.
On Wednesday, Pat Harrison, also known as "Lord of the Gourd" carved watermelons at Loutit District Library.
Loutit District Library kicked off its summer reading program for kids in a unique way Monday morning — with a truck petting zoo.
Robinson Township resident Wendy Schweifler wants to know what you see when you view her “Bohemian Impressionism” art, now on display at Loutit District Library in Grand Haven.
Through the inaugural Repeat the Beat campaign, Loutit District Library and the Walk the Beat organization have collected 20 gently used musical instruments for students who wish to start or continue their musical career.
Children (and their parents) learn about gardening and sustainability at Garden Fest held April 30, 2016, at the Loutit District Library.
The Grand Haven library on Thursday hosted a screening of a movie highlighting the girls' baseball league of the 1940s and ’50s.
Loutit District Library hosted a night celebrating the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League on Thursday night, showing the documentary "A Team of Their Own."
Baseball season is officially underway, and to celebrate America’s pastime, Loutit District Library will host a special presentation at 7 p.m. Thursday that highlights girls’ baseball leagues from the 1940s and 1950s.
Patriotic emotions filled the air inside Loutit District Library on Friday afternoon as nearly 40 people from across West Michigan became American citizens.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services conducted a swearing in ceremony of new U.S. citizens at Loutit District Library on Friday. Nearly 40 new U.S. citizens took their oath, and represented 20 different nations.
Loutit District Library, 407 Columbus Ave. in Grand Haven, will play host to a new series of ongoing art exhibits.