Hamburg Library

What's New at the Library

From time to time, we have things happening at the library that we want to highlight, such as temporary programs, new activities, returning services.

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Drop-In Tech Help:

Thursdays, September 28, October 26, November 30 from 3pm - 6pm

National Honor Society students from Pinckney High School will be on-hand to provide free, basic tech help. Bring in your phone, tablet, or laptop or use one of the library computers. Get help using apps, email, internet, Microsoft Office and electronic library resources. No Registration Required. Free.
HTL has partnered with Pinckney and Fowlerville libraries to expand the selection of e-books and e-audio books. This means more variety and shorter waiting periods for popular titles. Download the free Axis360 app to explore the exciting upgrades we’ve made to our digital collection.
Hoopla is a platform that provides a wide range of digital content (audio books, movies, music, ebooks, comics, and TV). hoopla allows library patrons to download or stream media content free of charge.
When logging into Hoopla for the first time, please use your library card password (how you log into the library catalog to check your account) where it says 'LIBRARY PIN'
Beginning in January 2017, kids will have the chance to read away fines they have on their cards. Come into the library and ask for the form on which they can record their reading times and the date. For every 30 minutes they read, their fines will be reduced by $0.50. More details can be found on the backs of the recording forms.

This will not apply to adult cards. Kids must do their own reading.
The ConnectED Library Challenge is a way for communities throughout the country to create or strengthen partnerships so that every child enrolled in school can receive a library card.

In a joint effort between the Hamburg Township Library and the Pinckney Community Public Library, we have created a library card for students of the Pinckney Community Schools that will work at both the Hamburg Library and the Pinckney Library.

It will have your child's name and a 6-digit library number on the back, which can be used at either library.
One card, one library card number, double the resources.

10411 Merrill Road Box 247
Hamburg, MI. 48139

810.231.1771 (main)
810.231.1520 (fax)
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Monday - Thursday: 9am - 8pm
Friday: 12pm - 6pm
Saturday: 9am - 5pm