Muskegon Area District Library has more than just Books!
StoryvilleStoryville Villages are early literacy, child-sized villages, where children ages 0-5 and their parents/caregivers can let their imaginations run wild!  Each village helps children prepare for Kindergarten by focusing on playing, reading, singing, talking, and writing. For more information check out our Storyville page.

Homebound Service Homebound Service provides books for MADL library patrons who are homebound, either permanently or temporarily. Books can be mailed postage-free to qualified patrons in our reusable mail bags. Included in the bag will be a shipping label used to return the books to the library.  Check out the Homebound Service page for more details.  

Public Computers & PrintingPublic computers are available at all branch libraries. Printing is available from the computers for 15 cents per page for black and white and 75 cents per page for Color. All branches also have flash drives available for $5.00 and ear buds for $1.00.

Book Club in a bagMADL is pleased to offer our Book Club in a Bag program which allows you to check out a bag that contains everything you need for a great book discussion group. Learn more about Book Club in a Bag.

Microfilm & Obituary ResearchMADL owns microfilm of the Muskegon Chronicle from 1869 to the present. Genealogists, history buffs, or any one wanting to look at past news of Muskegon, will enjoy perusing this resource available at the Norton Shores Branch. To request microfilm stop at the front desk of the library, and our staff will assist you with getting started. For more information see our Microfilm & Obituary Request page.

Copy MachinesCopy machines are available at all branch libraries. Black and white copies are 15 cents each and color copies are 75 cents each.

Library for the visually and physically disabledMADL offers a free service for those whose disabilities makes reading difficult or impossible. We provide those who qualify with audio books, players, and/or Braille books, free through the US postal Service in both Muskegon and Ottawa counties. To learn more check out our LVPD page.

Exam ProctoringAs part of our mission to encourage lifelong learning, the Muskegon Area District Library offers proctoring services to the public.  Exam proctoring is available at select branches and by appointment only. To schedule a time please contact your local library branch. 

Faxing is available at all branch libraries for 50 cents per page. Cover sheets are free.
Interlibrary LoansAs a member of the Lakeland Library Cooperative, MADL can connect patrons to books, DVDs, music, and more from other libraries in the Cooperative. For a full list of available items check our catalog.