Fowlerville District Library is a public library that serves the diverse population in the Fowlerville School District. This area encompasses Livingston, Ingham, and Shiawassee Counties. Located in Fowlerville, MI, the Library offers a large selection of materials including books, DVDs, eBooks, eMagazines, and books on CD. We provide 24-hour WiFi access, as well as constantly changing programs, convenient business hours, and an updated space to find and enjoy a wealth of knowledge and worlds of words.
Links to Virtual (Via Zoom), Fowlerville District Library Board Meetings
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Join the Library at our new, larger location, where you can find your favorite authors, research your next project, or just sit back and read by the fireplace. Here, you'll find the largest taxidermy collection in the state, which includes a Siberian brown bear, an African lioness, a Rocky Mountain goat, and more.
We also have a Spanish collection that's great for Spanish speakers, as well as those learning the language.
Since 1934, it's been the mission of our district library to serve the community through library services, programs for all ages, and outreach to provide access to information needed to fulfill the challenges of the day.
Join us today, and be sure to share your experience on social media with #fowlervillelibrary.