The award-winning curriculum is designed to help young children (ages 2–7+) build a strong foundation for academic success. is 100% educational, with more than 4,000 learning activities across all major subject areas-reading, math, science, social studies, art, and music. Best of all, kids love it. And it’s free to use in this library! From Age of Learning, Inc


Our Fairy Godmother reads to children every Friday. Sometimes, when she is out doing what fairy godmothers do, we have guest readers for the children. All children are welcome to join our Fairy Godmother as she takes everyone on an adventure through reading.

For the past four years the Litchfield District Library in partnership with the Litchfield United Methodist Church has provided free summer lunches for area children three days per week, averaging 27 children per day. The money to purchase the meals is donated by the Local Emergency Outreach (LEO) sponsored by the church and the community.

Story Time

Next Library Board Meeting is November 13th @ 6:30pm

Kids Summer Reading/Crafts

The Book Discussion Club meets every 4th Wednesday (unless it is a holiday) at 9 am at the library. New members are always welcomed.

Book Club will meet Nov. 30. New members are welcomed and free coffee will be served. Book for this month: "True Sisters" by Sandra Dallas

Book Discussion Club

Free Summer Lunches


2013 Winner of State Librarian's Excellence Award

ABC Mouse

For more information about any of our programs please click on the CONTACT US button or call the library at (517) 542-3887.

The library's summer reading/craft programs starts in June and runs through July, on Monday's, Wednesday's & Friday's.11:00am-12 noon. 

2018 Summer Reading Program is:
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