Sun in Sunglasses reading a book

The library is excited to announce our Summer Reading Program! This program is available for all ages, through August 7. You can sign-up and find more information about upcoming activities by clicking here. Don't hesitate to contact us with any questions, at readcoloma@gmail.com or by calling 269-468-3431!

Access Your Library Account

Card Catalog

Click here, to log in to your account with your library card number and password/phone number. View items checked out, renew materials, place holds and search the catalog.

For help accessing your account, email readcoloma@gmail.com or message us through FaceBook. If we are closed, we will answer during the next open hours.


Braille and Talking Book Library

The Coloma Public Library now serves as a demo site for the Braille and Talking Book Library (BTBL). Stop in and we will be glad to show you how to use their digital players.

The BTBL provides library service to residents of the United States who are unable to read or use regular print materials as a result of temporary or permanent visual or physical limitation. This includes those who are blind or have a visual or physical disability that prevents them from reading or handling print materials.

If standard print has become difficult for you, a friend, or a family member, please contact us at 269-468-3431 for more information. Library staff can help you complete and submit a certified application.

To contact the Braille and Talking Book Library directly, call 800-992-9012.


eBooks and Digital Audiobooks - OverDrive

Overdrive Now Available

The library offers eBooks and digital audiobooks through the Southwest Michigan Digital Library.To browse available Libby Apptitles, click here. All you need is your Coloma Library Card number and phone number.

Download e-content even faster directly to your device with the Libby app!

Ancestry® Library Edition

Now accessible from home! Trace your family tree and dig into records going back as far as the 1400s.

  1. Ancestry graphic Click the Ancestry Library Edition icon on the right-hand sidebar of your screen.
  2. Sign in with your library card # in the upper right-hand corner of the screen
  3. Scroll to "Electronic Resources"
  4. Select "Ancestry.com Library Edition"

Newspaper Archive

search our newspapers Past issues of the Coloma Courier (November 1899-1969), Watervliet Record (1890-October 1984) and Tri-City Record (1984-2010) are available for searching and browsing on this website.

A special thank you to Karl Bayer at the Tri-City Record for allowing the library to make these papers available to the public, and to Watervliet District Library for their support with this project.

MiLibraryQuest logo with koalas, an open book, and the text #MiLibraryQuest2021 You find a light-colored antelope with two twisting horns

See the MiLibraryQuest website here to identify this animal and for information about how to discover more animals and enter for your chance to win a prize.

Teen Book Box Logo If you are a teenager who loves free things, you may enjoy our Teen Book Boxes! Just click here to tell us a little about yourself to get started. After we receive your survey, staff will select a library book and put it in a special box filled with goodies!  We will notify you when your box is ready for check-out. You have to return the book to us when done, but you get to keep everything else.  Have more fun by decorating your box. Don’t forget to write your name on it. Each month, you can return your special box and we will refill it with another selected book and more goodies. For questions, call the library @ 269-468-3431 or email us at readcoloma@gmail.com.

Program available while supplies last. Boxes can be picked up at the Help Desk or curbside upon request. This service is for young adults aged 12-18.