From the director of the Hartland Cromaine District Library

Mallorie DeVilbiss

In the interest of public health, the Cromaine District Library will  be closed to the public March 15 – April 5. Closing is never a decision that we take lightly, but it was decided that this is the best course of action to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

During this time, we will still be allowing the pickup of holds via our vestibule area. You can reserve items online at or by calling us at 810.632.5200. Once your holds are available (if placed online you will receive an email, if placed by phone please give us 24 hours), call us to let us know you are coming – have your library card or driver’s license number handy when you call so we can access your library account. We will check your items out to you and leave them in our vestibule for pickup. Due to the closure of many other libraries in the region, there may be less availability of items than you are used to.

Hours for holds pickups will be abbreviated from our normal hours:

Sunday: CLOSED

Monday: 9am-8pm

Tuesday: 9am-6pm

Wednesday: 9am-6pm

Thursday: 9am-8pm

Friday: 10am-5pm

Saturday: 10am-5pm

Again, these hours are for the pre-arranged pickup of holds ONLY.

Don’t forget, we always have 24/7 access to books, movies, music and more online! Please visit our website at WWW.CROMAINE.ORG for the latest updates and to access digital resources such as Kanopy, Overdrive, RBdigital, hoopla, Tumblebooks, Universal Class, Artistworks, and Bookflix. We have allocated additional funds for our hoopla service to help with access to those materials.

Stay safe, stay healthy, and wash your hands!

Mallorie DeVilbiss

Director | Hartland’s Cromaine Library

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