The Fraser Public Library offers a variety of resources for members of the community. This includes an extensive collection of books, audio books, and up-to-date audio CDs and DVDs. The Fraser Public Library is housed in what was once a historic school, which now makes up the children’s section, meeting room, and features a secluded garden perfect for reading. There is an upstairs space available for hosting classes, having group meetings, and putting on community activities. The library also host events such as a semi-annual book sale, an annual Rummage Sale, and annual Spring Fling. The library offers access to computers, printing, faxing services, scanning services, and free WiFi. Additionally the library has many electronic resources for patrons. These include:
- A collection of databases that can be used to find various resources from legal forms to auto repair guides as well as databases that can be used to research topics from business to science to Michigan history.
- A large collection of electronic books through Overdrive, a web service that provides electronic books for libraries across the country. With access to over 35,000 books, the patrons of the Fraser Public Library can access everything from the latest novels to guides to new technology from their tablets, phones, or computers.
- Access to free streaming music and song downloading through Freegal, which is a service that provides free, legally downloadable music to patrons of the library.
- Free digitized magazines available through Zinio with new editions being added as they are issued.
The library also has a Reference Librarian on staff during operating hours that will gladly help answer any reference questions you may have. To reserve the meeting room please call the library at 586-293-2055 during operating hours or fill out the online form here.