The Brighton District Library is located at 100 Library Drive, Brighton, Michigan 48116. The building, opened in May 1996, includes a large flower garden on its grounds, and is adjacent to a wetlands nature preserve. The Library serves more than 42,000 residents in the City of Brighton, and Brighton, Genoa, and Green Oak Townships.
The Library has a collection of 130,000 items, including books, audio books, DVDs, magazines, and a local history and genealogy collection. Through the online catalog, patrons also have access to millions of other items, which can be delivered from libraries throughout the state. The Library offers public computer workstations with Internet access, office software, printing and scanning, as well as a public wireless network. Services also include a business resource center, rooms for community meetings and quiet study, low vision services, adaptive technology, homebound delivery, and public fax and copiers. Online services include free eBooks and downloadable audiobooks, full text databases of articles from magazines, journals, and newspapers, business and marketing data, one-on-one school tutoring, and test preparation. The Library offers programs, classes, concerts, and events for seniors, adults, teens and children, art exhibits in the Norma Grey Gallery, and houses a used bookstore.
For more information, call 810-229-6571 visit www.brightonlibrary.info or follow theh Library on facebook.com/brightonlibrary and https://twitter.com/britdistrictlib.