Hopkins District Library

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About Us

  • Contact Us

    If you have any comments, questions, or concerns, please ask! We love questions and will try to answer as quickly as possible.

    Stop in and see us at:

    118 E. Main Street

    Hopkins, MI 49328

    Click here for a map to the library.

    Or call us:

    1-269-793-7516

    Or email us:

    Or...

    Well, we will think of something else eventually (although homing pidgins are out... we just don't have room for them!)...

    Meanwhile:

    Keep in touch.  Your suggestions and comments can make our library better!

  • Your Library Card and our Service Area

    Getting a card, renewing materials, placing holds, etc... See a map of our service area and contact us with any questions you might have (see link at the bottom of the page).

    Who can get a card

    Anyone who lives in our service area!  Cick here to see a map of our service area.  Since we are now a funded District Library, everyone in our service area (please check the map) is eligable for a library card that will allow you to use the 81 member libraries of the Lakeland Library Cooperative, the wireless internet, borrow ebooks, borrow books from nearly every library in Michigan through MeL and use the databases funded and brought to you by MeL!  (Check out thier link on the left side of the page under the e- and audio books link!) 

    How to Get Your Card

    Visit our friendly staff with a valid driver's license or official mail that shows your new address (i.e. rental agreement, insurance/utility bills, etc.), fill out a short form, and you will be checking out books in no time! 

    If you are under 18 or would like to get a card for you child, they must have a parent or legal guardian cosign for them.  This cosigner can not have any fines on their account to cosign for anyone else.

    Borrowing and Limits

    Our books can be checked out for 3 weeks.  Magazines, VHS, Dvds, story books, and audio books can only be checked out for 1 week.

    Placing Holds

    You can place holds on material through our catalog on-line or we can do it for you at the circulation desk.  Don't know how to place holds on line?  Come to one of our computer classes (Computer Basics 2) or stop by and we will show you how!

    Renewing Your Borrowed Items

    You can renew your items on-line at anytime by logging on to your accountNote: your pin is usually the last 4 digits of your phone number. 

    Or

    We can renew your items for you.  Bring them in or give us a call and we can take care of that for you. Note: If there is a hold on your item, we cannot renew it. 

    Library Fines
    Are assessed per day:

    Books: .15

    VHS: .15

    Audio Books: 1.00

    DVDs: 1.00

    Additional fines for damaged materials may be assessed as needed.

    Policies:

    Policy Manual/bylaws

    Updated policies include the following and may not be included in the above policy manual, inquire at the library for copies of these policies. 

    Capital Outlay Policy

    FOIA Forms

    Digital Media Lab and Package Acceptance Policies

    Makerspace Lending and Using policy and form

    Fund Balance Policy 

    Questions, Comments or Concerns?

    Contact us!

    Click here to see all the ways you can contact us!

  • Hopkins Library Service Area

    Find where you live on this map to see if you are part of our service area.

    application/pdf HopkinsLibraryDistrictmap.pdf — 216 KB

  • Library Publicity

    If you wanted to read about what we have been up to... well, check out these articles about the library in various news papers!

    Library Publicity - Read More…

  • Library Board and Staff

  • Ebooks, audiobooks, and e-magazines

    Overdrive

    Your one stop shop for free e- and audio books.

    Digital magazines and adult coloring books.