Public works trucks and emergency responder vehicles were among the dozen vehicles that families had a chance to get an up-close look at during the Touch a Truck event at Loutit District Library in Grand Haven.
Families had an opportunity to get a closer look at vehicles during the Touch a Truck event at Loutit District Library on Monday.
From magic strings to creating balloon animals, Merrills — known professionally as Mr. Jim — entertained families during the magic show at Loutit District Library on Thursday.
Children worked to take apart items such as cassette and DVD players and a cash register during the Tech Take-Apart spring break event at Loutit District Library on Tuesday.
In honor of March is Reading Month, I am reading “The Library Book” by Susan Orlean, who is also the author of “The Orchid Thief.” In keeping with the theme, I checked it out from the Spring Lake District Library.
The fifth annual Pizza Plus Books will take place at Loutit District Library, 407 Columbus Ave. in Grand Haven, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 13.
Laura Grimshaw, the wife of the late Gary, will give a talk at 7 tonight to discuss Gary’s youth, time in the U.S. Navy and his career as a poster artist for the Grande Ballroom as well as for various artists.
The Michigan Truth Tour will make a stop in Grand Haven at the Loutit District Library tonight (Oct. 10) with a screening of the documentary "Michigan Divided."
The film festival takes place Friday, Sept. 28, and Saturday, Oct. 6, beginning at 6 p.m. both days.
The Wicked Cemetery Tour at Robinson Township Cemetery will look at the township’s “wicked” and “notorious” residents and crimes, and more, on Thursday, Aug. 30.
For more than three years, Dennis Swartout has given voice to more than 150 “Tales of the Tri-Cities” in a weekly program on WAWL-LP (103.5 FM).
Migrant Quilt Director Jody Ipsen and quilt artist Mary Vaneecke will make a free presentation and provide guided interpretive tours of the quilts at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15.
Michigan Pirate Festival underway at Loutit District Library.
Nearly 60 people listened as three of the four Republican candidates running for the Michigan Senate 30th District seat participated in a forum Wednesday night at Loutit District Library.
Questions are being considered during a series of community conversations to help Loutit District Library craft a new master plan.