The Coloma Library Book Club is meeting for a book discussion on Thursday, April 17, 2014 @ 5:30 pm. The title to read before the discussion is The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe. Copies are available at the front desk for check out.
The Book club regularly meets every other Thursday and is always looking for new members. If you are interested in more information please click here or stop in the library.
Springs Story Hour meets on Wednesdays at 10:30 am. Join Ms. Amy for a craft, story and song time! Story Hour is for toddler and preschool aged children. It is asked that all children be accompanied and supervised by an adult. There is no sign-up or fee required.
Past issues of the Coloma Courier (November 1899-1969), Watervliet Record (1890-October 1984) and Tri-City Record (1984-2010) are now available for searching and browsing on this website. The library plans to update the archive periodically; should you need access to papers after 2010, visit either the Coloma Public Library or the Watervliet District library to browse hardcopies or visit the Tri-City Record's Website to browse through their archive. A special thank you to Karl Bayer at the Tri-City Record for allowing the library to make these papers available to the public. Also a special thank you to the Watervliet District Library for their support with this project.
The library's catalog is availabe for you to search from home! Simply click "Catalog" from the menu bar on any page to visit the library's website. When you arrive at that site click "Coloma Public Library" and begin your search.
There you will find further instructions on how to search for books, renew items you have checked out and place holds. If you have any questions, please call the library at (269) 468-3431.
The library is glad to offer ebooks to patrons living within the library's service area. If you need assistance adding ebooks to your device, click here!
*Not all authors/publishers participate in ebook lending to libraries.
**Thank you to the Coloma Lioness Club, their generous donation has made many titles available for everyone to read!