1710 West St Andrews

 Midland MI 48640

 (989) 837-3430


Mon. - Fri. 9:30 AM - 8:30 PM 

Sat. 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM 

Sun. 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

*Closed on Sundays

Memorial Day to Labor Day

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Our Mission: to inspire lifelong learning by connecting people and resources

Programs for Adults

Adult Battle of the Books

Gather your team of 3–5 competitors and get ready to read and answer questions about the titles on this year’s list. Team Registration starts January 15. Registration is $40 per team. Ages 18+.


The Battle will take place Friday, April 24 at 6:30 pm in the Orchard Room.

View the books and more information

Board Game Meetup

March 21

12 pm - 5 pm in the Orchard Room

All Ages

Bring your favorite board or card games and meet up with other local game enthusiasts. This is a free, drop-in program.

Computer Classes

February Classes
Sign up beginning February 3. Call 837-3449 or stop by the Reference Desk.
Classes will be held in the Computer lab in the lower level of the library.

Ebooks and More 
Tuesday February 25, 10
Learn about the free digital services offered by the library and how to download them to your devices.

Thursday, February 27, 2:30 PM

Learn the essentials of Google's email service:  read and respond to a message, compose a message, and organize using folders and labels.



March Classes
Sign up beginning Monday March 2. Call 837-3449 or stop by the Reference Desk.

Windows 10
Thursday, March 5, 2:30 PM

Learn to use your Windows 10 computer, locate files, make it easier to use, and more.


Tuesday, March 10, 10 AM

Learn basic skills for cell entry and manipulation, formatting techniques, and formula creation in spreadsheets.


eBooks & More
Thursday March 12, 10 AM

Learn about the free digital services offered by the library and how to download them to your devices.


Tuesday, March 17, 2:30 PM

Learn to create, edit, save, and print word processing documents.


Word: Photos and Fonts

Tuesday, March 24, 2:30 PM

Learn how to use WordArt, graphics, symbols, borders & color to liven up your Word documents.


Thursday, March 26, 2:30 PM

Learn to how to receive and send emails as well as customize the Microsoft email program on your computer.


Word:  Tables

Tuesday, March 31, 2:30 pm

Information in Word can be organized in table grids to make it more readable. Learn how to create, edit, and change the appearance of tables in Word.

Tablet Users Help
Have you bought a new device or received one during the Holidays? Do you need help using your tablet? The Reference Librarians can work personally with you to help you learn how to use your Android, Kindle or Apple device.  To make an appointment, please call the Reference desk at 989-837-3449.

Movies at the Library

Movies at 2

All Ages

Tuesdays at 2 pm

In the Auditorium

March 10 - Philomena

PG-13, 1 hour 38 minutes

April 14 - Downton Abbey: The Movie
PG, 2 hours 3 minutes

May 12 - My Old Lady
PG, 1 hour 48 minutes

June 9 - Ladies in Lavender
PG-13, 1 hour 36 minutes


Knit and Crochet Circle

Tuesdays from 11 am - 12:30 pm

Bring a project or start one

Make It and Take It Craft (Ages 13 and up)

Wednesday, March 11  - Macrame Craft
2 - 4 pm and 6-8 pm in the Orchard Room

We’ll provide the materials, you bring your creativity!
This is a free, drop-in crafting class that happens every 2nd Wednesday of the month. 

Puzzle Competition

Saturday, February 22

2-4 pm in the Orchard Room

Ages 18 +

Call 837-3449 to register your team of up to 4 puzzle-solvers.
The first team to complete their puzzle wins a prize!

Lecture Series - First Person History


Mariana Grigoras - My 30 Years Behind the Iron Curtain

Thursday, March 26

7:00 PM in the Library Auditorium

Irene Miller - My Holocaust Survival Journey

Tuesday, April 28

7:00 PM in the Library Auditorium

Seed Library Grand Opening

Saturday, March 28
2 PM in the Orchard Room

Join us to celebrate the opening of GADML’s Seed Library. A Seed Library is a program that patrons can use to check out seeds and grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers. Once the growing season is over, patrons are encouraged to save the seeds and bring them back to the library for distribution to other gardeners.

Master Gardeners and local author Ben Cohen will be on hand to talk with patrons about growing and saving seeds. So, whether you are a beginner or seasoned grower we’re sure you’ll be excited about this new program!