Charlotte Community Library

226 South Bostwick
Charlotte, MI 48813

517-543-8859

Mission Statement:

The mission of the Charlotte Community Library is to provide materials and   service, which will furnish opportunities for educational, informational,        recreational and cultural needs of the community.

History:

A library in Charlotte was first established on November 19, 1894 when the Common Council levied a tax of 1/2 mil to provide a free public library and reading room to residents. After many years in rental spaces, a committee was appointed to contact Andrew Carnegie for help in establishing a permanent   library. In 1903 the new library building, a gift of Andrew Carnegie, was opened to the public. 

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